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the triple flavour salmon selection ($5.50) had 3 types of aburi salmon nigiri:
- nacho cheese
- mentaiko mayo
- something mayo but was my fav!!

the seared beef sushi ($3) was honestly damn worth. v flavourful and the beef strip was very long. there were 2 nigiri too for the price this is such a steal!!

a thick NY cheesecake with a layer of candied sweet potato on top. kinda giving donki vibes. i think there’s sweet potato incorporated into the cake too!

the slices were LEGIT THICK super worth. we saw the table beside us immediately order another 3 more plates👀

since it’s from Sushi Express, they do also have their usual $1.50 plates on the conveyor!!

A wordplay of 寿司家, Sushi Plus is a contemporary sushi dining concept from Sushi Express. You still get to enjoy economical prices starting from $1.50++ with the addition of premium items that cannot be found at Sushi Express outlets. Ordering was fuss-free with our mobile phone using the QR code that was given to us. Orders will then arrive swiftly on a sushi train, similar to Genki Sushi and Sushiro concept.

I felt that their quality is better than Sushi Express outlets with very economical prices. Of course, you have to be realistic and not expect high quality tasting sushi at such a price. The thick-cut salmon was really thick, fresh and firm which made us order more after having one. The garlic butter scallop was interesting and they have really cheap and good teriyaki scallop skewers. If you love clams, go for their miso soup with clams that come with a generous portion of clams swimming in there.

Thick-Cut Salmon Sashimi 》$4.50
Mentaiyaki Tamagoyaki 》$2.20
Triple Flavour Mini Hanamaki 》$3
Grilled Mackerel 》$4.50
Garlic Butter Scallop Sushi 》$2.50
Miso Soup with Clams 》$2.50
Teriyaki Scallop Skewer 》$1.50

Ordered the Half Garlicky Chicken, Chir Chir Mi Chir, Topokki & Cheese and Mac & Cheese.
Started off with the Mac & Cheese, it was creamy but bland, it lacked taste.
Next was the Topokki & Cheese, such an interesting concept, like the Mac & Cheese but using Topokki instead of Macorroni, and it works! Creamy & Tasty; the Topokki was soft & chewy, also loved the extra bacon bits & ham on top of it.
Tried the Half Garlicky Chicken, a huge recommendations is to add $2 for the Topokki & Sweet Potato, perfectly glazed, it was absolutely delicious and combines well with the sauce from the chicken.
The chicken itself was tender & delectable! Loved the Garlicky Flavour.

Lastly, we had the Chir Chir Mi Chir, the chicken was meaty and tender, the sauce that came with it, rich & creamy, and the spaghetti was a nice added touch to the dish.
It was like a creamy carbonara in a form of a chicken.

Overall, asides from the slight damper from the bland Mac & Cheese, the rest of the meal was an overall success.

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Twobakeboys is a relatively new cafe in the Kampong Glam area. The lady boss (her story for setting up this cafe is really inspiring btw) came over to ask us how the cakes were, and judging from past google reviews, they’re very humble and willing to improve their standards. We used burpple 1-for-1 (damn value), and there are deals for takeaway - they give cute sauce packets to-go! This place is a gem in Bugis and you should drop by if you ever have a crepe cake craving 👍👍
Taste: 3.5/5
Stonks: 4/5
Overall: 4/5 🤩🤩

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Hojicha Crepe Cake ($8) 🍵🍰
A newly added item, the sweetness and smokiness of the hojicha was really brought out in the cream and that was a pleasant surprise! Our main gripe was that it was on the dry and denser side, and it seemed like it was lacking a hojicha sauce to really bring the wow factor

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📍Twobakeboys (Bugis)
Thai Tea Crepe Cake ($8) 🧋🍰
Their signature thai tea crepe cake is SO GOOD that it’s to die for. The cake itself had a very gentle tea flavour and was slightly dry, until we luxuriously slathered the thai tea sauce all over it (swipe to watch us fail HAHA). You must pair them together for the best flavours and fun!

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Burpple set ($17.90)
⭐️ 4/5 ⭐️
🍴Former BBT shop Cha Nung has rebranded and introduced taiwanese food at affordable prices (mains from $7.90), made more value-for-money with @burpple beyond. Each set comes with two mains and two bubble teas.

We enjoyed both our chosen mains that were classic taiwanese fare done well in being flavourful and hearty. Have always been a fan of 卤肉饭 (braised pork rice) and theirs had well-marinated pork and rice with good lean meat:fat ratio, alongside fresh carrot and cucumber. The 牛肉汤 beef soup noodle (+$1 to the set) had ultra tender beef pieces and thin-cut light noodles (almost beancurd-like) in a fragrant beef stock with light spicy undertones.

The signature milk tea was a tad too milky, and would have preferred stronger tea notes. The passionfruit green tea was refreshing and tangy with a bittersweet profile.

📍@zesttaiwancafe, 01-57, Duo Galleria, 7 Fraser Street, Singapore

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Heard that Good Luck Beer House now serves noodle. Mr. W used this excuse to tempt me here for lunch after work. Then they only serve noodle after 2pm. So we ordered them sim dum platter and xo carrot cake.

There was a bit of a cultural shock here on xo carrot cake. The one i expected was carrot cake fried in XO sauce which is a very common snacks in chinese restaurants in HK. Crystal Jade here has it too. This one was like a fritter. Tasted good but very different.

The dim sum platter was not bad. Nice for a light lunch.

So much for light lunch, we ended up takeaway some of the dim sum.

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