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Tiramisu @ $13++

It's good, but we have had much better. The rum wasn't soaked through in the middle so the taste could have been better.

Base sauce was mango and raspberry which didn't really go well with tiramisu.

Crab meat linguine @ $28++

We have craving for pizza and decided to come this place which has been on our wishlist for quite a while. Decided to have 1 pizza and 1 pasta and we landed with this, which is good but we think the pizza was really great and we'll probably try more pizzas next time.

Went for lunch at 2ish and they said there's 1 for 1 for any of their pizza, pasta and mains. Think we saw the promotion say mon - sat 1 for 1 lunch promotion from 11.30am to 2.30pm, which is really great and a very pleasant surprise for us.

Prosciutto pizza @ $25.50++

Really great pizza! We absolutely love it!
The pizza has breadlike base, but they managed to keep it thin with very great texture and the right amount of sauce such that it's not soggy and the base crust is crispy! Hits all the right spot for us.

Flavour is great and we hope to try other pizzas next time.

Went for lunch at 2ish and they said there's 1 for 1 for any of their pizza, pasta and mains. Think we saw the promotion say mon - sat 1 for 1 lunch promotion from 11.30am to 2.30pm, which is really great and a very pleasant surprise for us.

Love their pork wanton noodles with fiery chilli oil so so much!! Spicy chilli got kick! Must add $1 to get their signature chewy qq noodle!

Honestly, was a bit disappointed. The scallops didn’t taste fresh. And there wasn’t enough sauce to flavour the rice (unless you count soy sauce)

You should be familiar with this local ice cream brand that has been selling since 2003.

Hidden at the second level of Holland Road Shopping Centre, a cozy space to enjoy some chilling ice cream.

I went for the Very Berry flavour that combines of strawberry & raspberry.

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One of the stalls that you can find queue in this hawker centre, Lao Chen Ju is famous for their yong tao fu that you can pair with a bowl of kolo mee.

Choose minimum 5 pieces of yong tao foo, each of them are delicious and taste well with the soup.

The kolo mee has lots of minced meat and fried shallots on the top. Remember to ask for spicy version to get the kick of taste.

So why is everyone queueing in front of this shop? That’s because everyone are here for just one thing, it would be their Warabimochi!

Thankfully the queue moves pretty fast, and just a short wait for them to call your number to pickup your order.

I believe everyone been to Japan should be familiar with Warabimochi and finally we can enjoy it right here in Singapore.

The smallest portion available with 5 pieces in one box. Which you need to add on the sweet syrup provided before eating them.l

Honestly, I try it back in Japan and sadly it wasn’t something I enjoy much. I have the same experience here as well. The texture was great but probably just not my taste. I’m more a muah chee person I guess.

One of the talking point in town now would definitely be this place that constantly attracting queue in front of the shop, with everyone lining up patiently to get their turn to make order at the counter.

Well, since you have spent time queueing, then you would need a drink to cheer yourself up.

This place offered a wide range of drinks such as this refreshing matcha lemonade. Available in either medium or small size.

Warabimochi bites has added to the drink for some texture as you sip on your matcha lemonade.

This place has really good lamb. At first they shaved me cuts that were too fatty for my taste . But the service was excellent , they changed the entire plate to leaner cuts when requested . Excellent meats .

Black Sesame Mochi Shio Pan ($2.80)
○Wish there was more of the earthy fragrant black sesame paste! Baked with their signature shio pan, the sesame-studded bun had a very pleasant savoury note which matched swimmingly with the sweet nutty filling. The mochi was so fun to bite into as well, soft and chewy~

Garlic Cheese Shio Pan ($2.60)
○Real garlicky (beware of garlic breath). A lovely savoury number but nothing too mind-blowing.

Maple Bacon Shio Pan ($2.60)
○Love me a salty and sweet combo. The slightly tacky coating of maple syrup worked surprisingly well with the bacon-stuffed salt bread.

Mentaiko Onion Shio Pan ($3.20)
○A tad too cloying for me with the rich creamy cod roe sauce (it kinda overpowered the taste of the bread in my opinion) and I personally felt that the chopped onions didn’t help to cut that heaviness. But a nice option if you like a strong flavour.

OG Shio Pan ($2)
○My favourite! It proved that it is hard to go wrong with their classic Shio Pan. Very buttery, wonderfully tender with a slight chew and had a really nice tinge of saltiness.

🗒 I ordered online for their island-wide delivery but you can also choose self-pickup to save yourself from a possible snaking queue~

$5.50 + $1

Bib Gourmand (Michelin Guide Singapore 2024)