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Featuring Jamie's Italian (VivoCity), W39 Bistro & Bakery, Carousel (Royal Plaza on Scotts), Les Amis, Arteastiq (Mandarin Gallery), Antoinette (Mandarin Gallery), TWG Tea (Marina Bay Sands), LeVeL 33, Marché Mövenpick (VivoCity), Wine Connection Tapas Bar & Bistro (Robertson Walk)
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\\ Coconut Strawberry Bliss Frappuccino
Blended Cream Frappuccino with toasted coconut flakes, coconut powder and a tangy strawberry puree finished with whipped cream and a sprinkle of crunchy coconut flakes.

\\ Roasted Marshmallow S’mores Frappuccino
Marshmallow-infused whipped cream at the bottom, layered with rich milk chocolate sauce and a creamy blend of graham crackers.

Venti 》$9.40 Each

This 2-tier bird cage stand spread with an assortment savoury and sweet delicacies priced only $48++ for 2 pax and include 2 speciality tea of your choice. Definitely a great place to spend your weekend enjoying a affordable high tea with your love one, friends or family.
Location: Mandarin Gallery, #04-14/15 333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238867
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While a haven for vegetarians, Fortune Centre is also home to this nondescript yet wholly popular shop dishing out bowls of donburis to hungry hordes. Tucked away on the third floor, Japanese Curry Express is a popular spot for students and office workers in the area, and for good reason! The Pork Katsu Curry ($7) is one of their cheaper options and consistently hits the spot if you're in the mood for something deep-fried. What we really like however is the Salmon Mentai Don ($10), which sees generous slices of lightly torched salmon and mentaiko laid over fluffy Japanese rice. Portions run small, so upsize the bowl (additional $3) for a donburi that'll definitely hit the spot. If you're still pecking, get the moreish Salmon Kara Karaage ($6) to share and nibble on lightly battered salmon offcuts.
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burppler Alicia Kho

Serving western food.. The price is reasonable and cheap.. A nice place that can chill with friends after work..Recommended 👍🏻

Finally tried this highly raved about cafe !!!! Ordered the acai smoothie bowl (cup) for $7++ which is rly quite worth it and I rly liked the crunch on the top from the granola as well as the array of fruits, except it was only at the top :---((( plus bc the cup is so narrow, it was difficult to dig into the acai below without topping falling off (maybe I am just clumsy heh) but was q sad that the rest of the cup was just the acai and coconut chia pudding with no more crunch. Perhaps I for one enjoy layer upon layer of "goodies", not just at the top and no where else but nonetheless the flavour was good!!! The large one ($12++) comes in a bowl which I supposed will be much easier to eat ~~~ we ordered the Viking salad as well with a variety of meats like salmon/meatballs/chicken and tofu etc. which despite looking a little dull in color, tasted q flavorful :-) I will go back again to try something else for sure, in the meantime maybe I'll just think of what to order while preparing for my next visit 👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼☺️

Smoked Salmon, Feta, Quinoa, Egg, Edamame
(Delivered by @Uber_SING #UberEATS; use 'eats-uberbryandmlee' for $10 off your first order!)

This bowl includes Norwegian smoked salmon, a baked egg, edamame, quinoa, tomatoes and romaine, as well as a choice of dressing. I thought this was only ok, the ingredients were fresh enough but not spectacular. I liked that it included slices of lemon, but there was no feta in it as was mentioned in the menu. 🤷🏻‍♀️ A boiled egg (instead of the baked) would probably have kept better seeing as these bowls are pre-prepped and then refrigerated.

What I did like was that there was quite a generous portion of smoked salmon - which was what made me order it over an acai bowl.

I also got the green goddess juice ($5.50/6.50) - a blend of greens, celery, apple, cucumber and lemon. Just what I needed on a sweltering hot day.

Good value at $35 for 3 courses. I had green curry chicken, deep fried prawn cakes and tom yam soup.
Unfortunately I was having a sore throat so I ordered my tom yam soup without spice. I have to admit that it was not too fulfilling without spice but it still tasted very good. I can imagine it will taste even better when it is spicy.
Luckily I did not alter my green curry. I was told by the well meaning waiter (who knew I had a sore throat) that the green curry was spicy. My response was that it was simply not possible to have green curry without spice 😂. That was the highlight of the lunch. It was very well executed, just the right amount of spice, aroma and creaminess.
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Look no further than @velvetconfectionery, located at Rodyk Street. Six interesting Flavours in my box: 1️⃣ Devilishly Chocolate, 2️⃣ Summer Berry Custard, 3️⃣ Carrot, 4️⃣ Lemon Blueberry, 5️⃣ Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Pretzel and 6️⃣ Raspberry Red Velvet. My favourite is the sea salt one!

️☀️💦 A combination of all things honey and crunchy crumble at the bottom 🍦 Short week for me & TGIF!

Thanks to clear directions from @littlemissbento I managed to find it with ease.
The service wasn't exactly prompt but I did enjoy my lavender themed frozen yoghurt. Lavender meringue, jelly, macaron and sauce. The one thing I felt could be improved on was the lack of lavender flavour in the macaron.