Wouldn't eat this again.
Emily S
Emily S

I was horrified when my Latte (8oz, $4.50 nett) came in a paper cup. I try to avoid disposables when I can.. & this came without any pretty art, which was disappointing. It tasted fine, but it was an unfortunate mismatch in expectations from the pictures I’d previously seen.

💳 Accepts credit cards (with min. $10 spend)
🌬 12 indoor seats available
☀️ Outdoor seats available
🅿️ Roadside parallel parking available

Heard so much about Un-Yang-Kor-Dai, what with it being on the Michelin Bib Gourmand list 3 years in a row (2021 - 2023). Maybe this hyped it up too much in my mind, but I felt that what I ate was just.... Okay. Not bad (except 1 dish), but certainly not outstanding IMHO.

Let's get the offending dish out of the way: 𝑮𝒓𝒊𝒍𝒍𝒆𝒅 𝑷𝒐𝒓𝒌 𝑵𝒆𝒄𝒌 ($17.00++). I don't know how one can mess up pork neck, but it was actually pretty dry & tough to eat. Didn't expect that, & definitely wouldn't order it again.

The only good thing about my Taro Milk Tea with Pearls ($5.00, M) were the pearls, which are an add-on (i.e. not part of the standard offering). Perfectly bouncy texture, great chew to it, & tastes slightly sweet. One of the best ones I've ever had!

Unfortunately, everything else was disappointing; even the great pearls couldn't salvage this experience. In a nutshell, I didn't know what liquid I was drinking - no taste of taro, & barely any taste of tea.

Perhaps the staff that made my drink was really stressed; there was a massive order that came in before mine. The moment I stepped in, she immediately said "need to wait 15 minutes ah". I appreciated the transparency, & could tell she was stressed. I went out to run errands & popped back 15 minutes later.

I do hope this was an off-day - I mean, there *was* a huge order placed before mine. But to be frank, I'm not exactly motivated to return...

Also: No filming allowed inside the store (there's a sign that says this). Not sure of the rationale behind this, but it's worth noting if that's something important to any of you content creators.

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I didn't expect any wok hey from the Hokkien Mee ($29++), & that indeed was the case. Love how generous the portion is & how plentiful the ingredients are..

.. But the sauce was too thick & so salty that I couldn't finish my last bite of noodles. This rarely happens, but it was just too much. Ultimately, I wouldn't order this again.

Their western food options have tended to fair better in my books, but I was really craving local cuisine having just spent 3 weeks in Europe.. Hahaha

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Indoor seats available
☀️ Outdoor seats available
🖥 Accepts reservations via their website


I bought the last portion of ban mian at 13:45hrs. Mee hoon kueh was sold out by then..

.. It was okay. Soup was umami, but the noodles themselves were ordinary.

Also, they messed up my order & gave me a standard bowl - when I ordered the one with abalone 'cos if I'm waiting this long for my food, I'd better be boujee to make it worth my while. Was rushing for time, & hence didn't get this rectified.

Wasn't terrible, but also wasn't worth the wait. I left in a rush to my next appointment feeling pretty grumpy & dissatisfied.

I was craving something sweet to finish up my coffee with, & ordered the Chocolate Croissant ($4.80+) as a treat. Unfortunately, this was such a struggle to finish.

T'was heated up cheerfully, but the inside was so tough to cut through & chew.. Felt tough like soggy cardboard. My sweet tooth craving was satisfied, but I was sad I spent money on this. Wouldn't order this again.

💳 Credit cards not accepted
💵 Accepts cash
📱 Accepts electronic payments e.g. PayNow/PayLah/FavePay
🌬 Indoor, air-conditioned seats only
🙋🏻‍♀️ Service charge applicable (for dine-in)
🚫 No GST
🥡 30¢ charge for takeaway of food items

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Yaks ($12+) was a promising option on Stack's waffles menu, but unfortunately fell flat. In theory, it sounded unique & appealing, but as an dish, the flavours of everything clashed with each other - mostly the coffee cream cheese & shoyu caramel IMHO. It was an odd mix of salty, bitter, sweet & creamy mixed into one.

I would've actually liked for the kaya flavour to be more prominent, but that's feedback on the soft serve on its own... I don't think any additional flavours are needed in this dish as an integrated whole. Wouldn't recommend this.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats available
☀️ Al fresco seats available
🖥 Does not accept reservations
🙋🏻‍♀️ No service charge; only GST
💦 Water is not chargeable (& it's self-service)

Long queue on Saturday at 12pm lunch, but turnover was quite quick. Cleared 9 people in front of me within 10 mins - IMHO, because of the systematic way of they take & prepare orders.

However... I really don't know what people are queueing for. This was a super ordinary bowl of prawn mee ($4). The soup wasn't as umami as I'd hoped for, they messed up my noodle type (gave me 面 instead of 米粉面), & there is a disproportionately large amount of noodles to ingredients.

It wasn't terrible, but I wouldn't return for this. Not sure what the hype is...


Had high hopes for Ah Gong BCM - I mean, claypot BCM sounds quite heavenly.. But the soup was super salty, & I wasn't the only one who felt this way.

Ingredients in the Signature Claypot Bak Chor Mee ($4.50) were not bad - minced pork, pork balls, dumplings & fish maw slices. But the soup... I can't. I'm sorry. I'm hoping this was just an off day.

💵 Accepts cash
📱Accepts ePayments e.g. Singtel Dash, GrabPay


Eh. $6 for 2 big prawns & 2 slices of fish cake. Some taugeh. Very average at best. Soup was nothing fancy...

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The Oolong Cheese Tea ($4.50 nett) with Pearls (+$0.50 nett) left much to be desired.... Tea was disappointingly diluted, albeit I was comforted by the chewy, nicely done pearls.

I finished the pearls, but couldn't bring myself to do the same for the tea.

Also took a while to be prepared - which I can overlook if this was a good cup, but it unfortunately wasn't.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats only

Pho was okay. The grilled cockles, however, were another story.

They tried to convince me that the 18/25 of the cockles that weren't open could be opened with a toothpick. I'm like... No.

Then they offered to re-grill the crap out of them & now I have blackened cockles. Which I poked & out of the 18 grilled, 9 still weren't opened. The ones that did open are opened ever so slightly that the width of a toothpick can't even fit in.

Just..... No. You may be comfortable with prying these open, but I'm not. I'm good, thank you very much

Emily S

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