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Rainbow bagel slab with beef patty and melted cheese. May have look scary with the colourful bread as sometimes colourful = poison ๐Ÿ˜‚

The beef patty was quite juicy, and topped with a layer of cheese to give another enhanced flavour. But the bagel was mehz, just think bread lol.

Btw, this is a pop up store at a charity carnival.


Handsome Burg $20
House Shrimp Salad $14
Rootbeer Float $7
Butterscotch $8

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I got this at the Geylang Ramadan bazaar for $10. It's double the price if you dine in @ their brick and mortar restaurant. To be fair, the ingredients are slightly lesser than what is served at their restaurant, plus there was an hour wait for it. Nevertheless the patty was very juicy!

:) And this is @word._cafe ice cream soda, it was pretty refreshing to drink despite it having 250 calories. It's nice to see such labels on drinks so we know what we are drinking๐Ÿ‘
It wasn't too sweet which was nice and it was slightly fizzy and I was so not prepared for the "POP" when I slid off the rubber top of the bottle. Suction ๐Ÿ˜‚ ๐Ÿš™
Rainbow bagels , burgers and halal :) word can be quite gimmicky but there's still some awesome food whipped up! ๐Ÿ‘

Contrary to my friend's belief, it takes a lot to move me, but I always believe in giving credit where credit is due.

This new food outlet I believe, excelled in almost all aspect of their business. The restaurant decor was elegant, with large open glass windows that you could see what the chefs are making in the kitchen. The restaurant was spacious, offering indoor and outdoor seatings. The service crew has an amazing and pleasant attitude. It was always a nice moment interacting with them.

As for the food, we had their rainbow burger, called the Handsum Burg, their Between Two Buns (essentially cheeseburger - $12) and their battered Mushrooms.

Their rainbow burger ($20) was 10/10 instagrammable, and not just that, it was surprisingly good! I mean, the patty was juicy, the bun had a nice chew to it, and the spicy peanut butter sauce complemented the whole burger quite well, resulting in a well rounded, and while hearty, still not as jelak burger. Price wise, it is a little on the expensive side though.

The other dish worth mentioning is the fried mushrooms ($10 for 5). The fried skin on the outside was nice, and the mushroom was so juicy at every bite. Loved it.

I give credit to the crew for putting in tremendous effort in making the customers happy and occupied. They would go round asking if you needed anything, and are responsive to cues and requests.

While the area is a little out of the way and I've seen cafes come and go in a short time there, I truly wish them the best and continue to keep up the spirit!

Was I moved? You bet!

PS: don't stand outside while waiting. Got bitten by mosquitoes just now. >

There's two choices to the rainbow bagel. One is the a burger with beef patty, another as a desert. I like how appealing it is, and there's so much cookie crumbs! Be mindful as you might spill most of the crumbs out onto the plate.

Rainbow bagel feels kind of tough to bite. There is also mango sauce in the bagel, matched with some coolness from the ice cream.

Overall ambience is good. The staffs are very very very friendly too! I wouldn't mind coming back again to try other mains.