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A huge portion of Rosé udon, loved the creamy gochujang flavour that kicked a nice spice, and the very bouncy yet chewy texture of the udon. The karage was just decent - a tad bit dry and I couldn’t really make up the flavours of the batter. I still thought it was quite an interesting and filling plate, so I’d recommend sharing!

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The duck rice is not bad but i find it abit gimmicky. The yam rice was ok. It was sprinkled with fried garlic so got crunchy texture. The duck meat was abit tough. The ajitama was done well even though doesnt look nice. You can also buy their normal duck rice at $5.

1. Breakfast your way ($17.50+): built your own breakfast set. I had pancake with scrambled egg + mushroom + bacon + maple syrup. The pancake was overcook, hence texture was hard. Egg was ok.

2. Garlic Calamari & Prawn Pasta ($19+): comes with two tiger prawns, was fresh and yummy. However the whole pasta was too oily for my liking.

3. Acoustic Laksa ($21+): taste exactly the same as our traditional laksa but this a dried pasta version. The laksa fragrance was thick enough, Recommended!

4. Classic Tots ($9+): mini harshbrown with maple syrup, this is my to go dish if I’m returning next time. Simple yet delicious! Must eat!

But if you want something refreshing and cold, then go with their mango dessert to complete your meal here.

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Don’t finish your meal here without trying some of their desserts as well. And their yam paste really worth getting it.

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A dish of vegetable on the table is definitely a must especially coming to a vegetarian restaurant. And we went for their sambal sweet potato leaves. Really enjoy the spicy taste of it but not too overwhelming.

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Recommend to get this with group of people on table. The yam basket is filled with assorted vegetables to share among.

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Most of the mocked meat dishes here used the mushroom, and available in a few different style of cooking that you can choose from. Either going with sweet & sour or you prefer something spicy.

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They served pretty decent mapo tofu here for the excellent execution of taste. With the tofu accompanying with lots of ingredients.

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This vegetarian restaurant could be easily missed out as they are located on second floor at the corner, which the entrance is right just beside facing the Buddha Tooth Temple.

Very suitable for big group of dining here and offering tze char style of vegetarian foods on the menu.

One of the recommendations would be this wasabi vegetarian prawn. You would immediately get the spicy feel of wasabi as you eat it.

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1-for-1 with #burpplebeyond!

We also had a recommended starter, the grilled sourdough with pistachio butter. I don’t usually prefer sourdough bread due to its sharp tanginess, but I didn’t mind this grilled version at all. Exuding a nice smokiness from the slightly charred edges with some degree of chewiness, it was perfect to pair the rich creamy, nutty pistachio butter with. Such decadence, but could come across slightly sweet.

Thanks to #burpplebeyond, we enjoyed 2 mains at the price of 1!

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1-for-1 with #burpplebeyond!

Celebrated my dear friend’s birthday this year at @eatat.baste where the dining concept revolves around Modern Asian-tapas, marrying Asian and Western flavours.

Started off dinner with a cold dish, the truffle capellini served with olive vegetable, chives, and a familiar Japanese umami touch of ikura. What was tantalising was the addition of Goji berry, famous for its health benefits and used widely in Asian cuisine. Although it served more as a topping, the Goji berries were essential to deliver sweetness amidst the umaminess. The capellini was al dente, coated deliciously with the earthy truffle, and complemented by the deeply savoury, earthy olive vegetable. Never imagined the olive vegetable could be paired this way, since it is a specialty of Teochew cuisine.

Thanks to #burpplebeyond, we enjoyed 2 mains at the price of 1!