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DIY Japanese pancake restaurant where one can try your hand at cooking or leave it to the professionals. We opted for the latter to ensure that it was grilled to perfection but can imagine it might be fun to give it a try yourselves.

Choose your own ingredients for the pancake and we opted for prawn/ taco, smoked duck and shiitake. Sweet-savory mix with generous topping of okonomiyaki sauce, mayo, and umami bonito flakes and seaweed. Crisp exterior with a creamy center of egg, greens, red ginger, and tempura crisps. Preferred the taco over prawn for a chewier textural contrast.

A tad pricey for what it is but enjoyable and authentic experience.

📍@ajiyasg, 104 Jln Jurong Kechil, Singapore

Pretty Rosti with crispy bacon. We sat underneath the tree which was pretty cool. Chill spacious place and it was easy to hold a conversation. We had the 1-for-1 for the espresso based drinks and topped up for ice.

Huge bun and a double patty hiding in the middle. We topped up for ice for the iced latte.

A nice quiet & cozy cafe at bukit timah that is popular for their waffles, more specifically for their savory waffles.

As I was more of a dessert feel when I came during tea time on a lazy weekend, decided to get a sweet and buttery waffles instead. Got a "Fly me to Mars" Waffle. Waffles were crispy and smells so buttery.

Also decided to have 2 smoothies:

1) Bananarama
- Banana, Honey, Milk

2) Gila about Gula
- Gula Melaka, cookie Crumble, Coconut Milk

Both of which was milkilicious and felt so decadent.

Nice quiet environment. Rather popular too, maybe hard to get seats and parking spaces. So be prepared to have a backup plan, if either of which is not forthcoming.

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A nice quiet & cozy cafe at bukit timah that is popular for their waffles, more specifically for their savory waffles.

As I was more of a dessert feel when I came during tea time on a lazy weekend, decided to get a sweet and buttery waffles instead. Got a "Fly me to Mars" Waffle. Waffles were crispy and smells so buttery.

Also decided to have 2 smoothies:

1) Bananarama
- Banana, Honey, Milk

2) Gila about Gula
- Gula Melaka, cookie Crumble, Coconut Milk

Both of which was milkilicious and felt so decadent.

Nice quiet environment. Rather popular too, maybe hard to get seats and parking spaces. So be prepared to have a backup plan, if either of which is not forthcoming.

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A rather popular okonomiyaki, need to queue to enter. 10% off Okonomiyaki if u DIY.

Kids will like this place, my friends have brought their kids here after our visit here.

One of the best Okonomiyaki I ever had in Singapore. We actually ordered a 2nd Okonomiyaki. Yums

- Garlic fried rice was awesome.
- Scallops Mentai were huge and juicy
- other dishes were just fillers, nothing fantastic

End of the day, u are coming here for the Okonomiyaki.

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Quite nice and the ingredients are fresh.. worth it come once

Salted Caramel is an establishment that has been around for quite a long while — the scene may have seen many entrants in the past number of years focusing on gelato and ice-cream, but Salted Caramel has always been a mainstay in the scene serving up intriguing flavours without being too over-the-top. Its Thomson outlet might perhaps be the most known location, though their Beauty World location has also been around for quite a long while as well. One thing that we have noted about Salted Caramel over the years is how they seem to be always incrementally improving themselves to keep the brand up-to-date to the business environment — the Beauty World outlet is their first expansion since their establishment at Thomson, and sports a minimalist interior that is a refreshing change from the Thomson outlet back then. Since then, the Thomson outlet has also seen some renovation works that helped to spruce up the space a little — interestingly, both outlet also do serve up a line-up of danishes now with the Beauty World outlet serving up a wider variety than the Thomson location.

Salted Caramel’s ice-cream needs no introduction at this stage; whilst we are not frequent customers of the brand, we have had their ice-cream and also written about several flavours that we have had over the years. What made us feel compelled to make a return to Salted Caramel was their danishes — it is interesting to note how the range of danishes at Salted Caramel comprises of both savoury and sweet danishes, though the sweet danishes do make up for quite a large selection nonetheless. We were actually rather intrigued by the Yuzu Calamansi Meringue when we skimmed through the danishes on display — almost like a croissant that got a fancy, punk-style hairdo from the spiky meringue. The description card placed in the cabinet describes the Yuzu Calamansi Meringue to come with elements such as Yuzu Calamansi curd and Italian Meringue; the Danish was also interestingly warmed up upon order — something which we never quite had expected these folks to do considering how much they are a dessert establishment and that the Yuzu Calamansi Meringue is a sweet danish to begin with. Slicing down the Yuzu Calamansi Meringue, the croissant was crisp, light, airy and flaky — surprisingly buttery without feeling particularly greasy; definitely better than what we had expected. The slicing action also meant that the Yuzu Calamansi curd filled within would ooze out of the croissant as well; there was actually a good portion of Yuzu Calamansi curd within the croissant that gives zippy and sour-ish tang that helped opened the tastebuds. The torched meringue on the top comes slightly hardened on the exterior, yet still light and fluffy within with just a bit of sweetness to cut through the tang — quite on point. Overall, quite a satisfying treat that definitely hits the spot for us; looking forward to try the others that they have to offer some other time!

A very chill cafe that serves all day breakfast. Total damage including coffee $36. Not the cheapest but hey! this is Bukit Timah area.

Ordered the signature breakfast. Portion is definitely big enough for two to share. Loved the sausage and the sautéed mushrooms! Coffee was robust too!

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Micasa Kitchen & Bar is a hidden gem in Bukit Timah that serves European cuisine tailored to the local palate using local sustainable sourced produce.

https://hungryghost.sg/micasa-kitchen-and-bar/

I’ve only been to 2 okonomiyaki specialty stores in sg - ajiya and seiwaa, and I much preferred ajiya.

The okonomiyaki here has a nice crispy base (formed mostly by the pork belly), and as it’s left on the heated countertop it remains piping hot throughout your meal. It’s creamy but not in a cloying manner, and flavourful - there’s sweet, savoury, and tangy. Wouldn’t be complete without okonomiyaki sauce and bonito flakes! I find it a little pricey given the ingredients (only 3-4 thin slices of pork belly, some tako and the various veggies in the eggy batter) but it was very enjoyable.