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Nestled in Tai Seng, Harry’s offers the perfect blend of dinner and drinks, showcasing a delightful menu brimming with enticing bar bites and Western favorites! Don’t miss the irresistible Truffle Mushroom Pizza and tempting 1-for-1 deals, making Harry’s the ultimate destination for a fantastic evening!


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Plus 肉根 (I don't know its English name). Not easy to get this Malaysian dish in Singapore. Overall everything was good, but ironic the premium 肉根 was undercooked and quite nauseating.

Plus sliced fish. Not easy to get this Malaysian dish in Singapore. The soup and pork were good, and the kway teow was indeed not the local variety. What niggled at us was how fishy the fish was.

Nice indoor dog friendly place. The fish is perfectly fried, but would be good if the seafood are not overcooked.

One of my go-to orders when I’m ambivalent on what to eat at the Mountain, Ocean, and Sun burger chain.

Fresh and tender fish head in thick and lemak curry loaded with ingredients like okra, beancurd skin, brinjal, long bean and tomatoes, served in a bubbling and piping hot claypot in cold and rainy weather. The fish head was very meaty and the not-too-spicy curry goes well with rice 》$34


Weak fire, and the meats were of slightly below avg quality

Prices are reasonable for the quality

Opt out for less sweet for Matcha Latte ($7) but I felt that it's still sweet for me tbh 😅 but due to the milk added into matcha.

Mee Hoon Kuek ($5) is slightly hard to chew through but the soup base was slightly salty. Its not enough for people who have bigger appetite tbh.

Modern food hall by day and bistro bar at night, B.E.D. is located in the industrial buildings of Tai Seng, right beside BreadTalk HQ. Admittedly, it was difficult to find our way once inside. The space was huge and had a variety of food options like a sushi bar and chinese restaurant. Well, we were here for their newly opened 𝗕𝗿𝗮𝗶𝘀𝗲𝗱 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗧𝗲𝗼𝗰𝗵𝗲𝘄 𝗣𝗼𝗿𝗿𝗶𝗱𝗴𝗲 stall. Located at the back of the Tai Seng Food Hall, they serve up assorted vegetables and side dishes you will usually find at a 潮州糜 place.