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- Beef was braised till soft with no tendons or fatty parts which I appreciated.
- Enjoyed the brioche which soaked up the flavourful sauce, yet maintaining its integrity and surprisingly not soggy!
- Sunny up was well-cooked with a slightly creamy yolk and tender whites 🍳 [8/10]

- Honey glazed and black forest ham could be more moist with more cheese as some bites were quite dry with the brioche 🍞
- Onion jam gave a burst of sweet savouriness.
- Hashbrown was a bit over-fried and crunchy hard at the edges, would prefer it thicker. [7/10]

- Rich nuttiness with a savoury earthiness although could be a bit dry, quite pricey and would prefer a little more sweetness to enhance its natural fragrance. [7.5/10]

- Very fragrant and densely packed with grounded nuts though I would have liked them to be less crushed for more crunchiness. [8/10]

- Filling disintegrated into a smooth creaminess in the mouth with its mild sweetness, not artificial tasting [8/10]

- Juicy sweet grated coconut providing crunchiness to the chewy skin, could’ve a more prominent gula melaka flavour. [7.5/10]

- Tasted like corn mixed into salted mung bean paste which could be overpowering, salty sweet flavours felt a bit separate at times. [6.5/10]

Dearborn warrants a second visit. THIS WEEK. Just for their seasonal 𝐋𝐄𝐌𝐎𝐍 𝐏𝐈𝐒𝐓𝐀𝐂𝐇𝐈𝐎💥💥 granola. Crunchy and freshly-baked with maple syrup to give a warm caramel flavour. It's not too sweet, but rather light and refreshing🍋, littered with whole pistachio nuts. I recommend pairing it with 𝐃𝐀𝐈𝐑𝐘-𝐅𝐑𝐄𝐄 𝐂𝐎𝐂𝐎𝐍𝐔𝐓 𝐕𝐀𝐍𝐈𝐋𝐋𝐀 𝐁𝐄𝐀𝐍 𝐘𝐎𝐆𝐔𝐑𝐓🥥 This bowl costs $9, but imo you are paying for quality and the novelty!

Seating is outdoors (fans are provided) and pet-friendly so you might see cute doggos🤩🥺

Extremely generous with the self-made pistachio praline which was pretty nutty, and you can tell it's sweetened. You do get to taste the slight bittersweet matcha powder that's dusted on top, with sweeter and lighter matcha cream in the middle. Bagel itself was chewy which I enjoyed, and the matcha cookie crust also added good "crunchy" texture. The burnt basque cheesecake within provided some tangy/ cream cheese flavours. Truly a glorious looking bagel right here!

Morimori Yogashi is a little homely Japanese artisanal bakery located on the ground floor of the Everton Park HDB estate and right next to the famous Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh.

Miss K can be quite fussy when it comes to bread and Morimori Yogashi is one of those that gets the golden ticket from her picky tastebuds 😅😅😅

Japanese bread tends to be soft, moist and fluffy. This is because they use a special ingredient known as tangzhong or cooked dough. By cooking the dough, it absorbs moisture and makes the end product more moist, airy and fluffy.

Morimori Yogashi's mentaiko seaweed buns are one of their signature buns. The buns are soft, light and fluffy. I like the balance between the subtle sweetness of the bun and the savoury salty mentaiko seaweed. I do recommend that you either have them fresh from the oven or reheat them gently before having it because it would other be rather greasy. I must say though that at nearly $3 for one, their buns can be relatively pricey for a neighbourhood bakery!

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