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Featuring Deanna's Kitchen (Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre), Chef Icon Nature Bakery (Kampong Bahru), YOLO, Grain, Swissbake (Marina Bay Link Mall)
Yan AW
Yan AW
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At $6.50 and laden with clams & brothy goodness, this is as close as it gets to homemade! You know how sometimes we leave behind the soups after finishing the contents? I had to drink up every drop even though I was full as it was too good! Pro tip: Come early if you don't want to wait too long in the queue. And, don't forget to add chillis!

At $8.90, with its huge size and generous fillings of cheese, avocado, lots of greens, pickled cucumbers and peppers, this was great value for your hard earned dough! IMO at least 😁. Yes, seriously just the other day I paid $8 for a small size of sourdough bread with paltry garnishings on top. Anyway, that aside, it was a pretty good ambience to have breakfast there in the morning with no crowd.

Wholesome meal that can be had without tasting like cardboard. I was quite impressed by the Peranakan Vegetarian curry which packed a punch and had a delightful melange of spices. That certainly stirred my appetite and set my digestive juices flowing! I had the Mini bowl ($9.90 + $1 + $0.50) additional for the Salmon Quinoa patties and Peranakan Vegetarian curry. Add $3.90 for coffee/tea or a range of cold pressed juices.

Owing to the $2 return voucher with minimum spend of $10 that I have accumulated, I decided to have lunch at Chef Icon Bakery Kampong Bahru branch. It was 12.30pm and it was not crowded. Tried the Sambal burger ($8.80). The bun was heavenly with walnuts encrusted in it. The sambal sauce with the tofu ham was also a correct match for the burger. It was meatless yet very satisfying. The best part is not feeling guilty after eating a burger! The Flat White ($5.50) was also good.

This is not a brick and mortar food place but it offers super affordable delivery of just $2 with minimum spend of $20. The menu changes periodically and currently includes my favourite Barbequed Unagi ($16.95, hearty portion). The Unagi is sweet and good memories - inducing (so juicy and well seasoned). The rice that goes with it is flavorful as well and so are the grilled carrots. This is my 3rd time ordering from them and I have tried a few of their dishes and desserts. The Earl grey pear tart doesn't leave you feeling guilty as the ingredients are quite wholesome (If you ignore the sugar and glucose 🙃). They use butter! So no trans fat laden cheap vegetable oils or butter substitute. Taste wise: decadent I must say. Belly belly good!

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