|Bae ordered their Truffle Yakiniku at $18|
|Black Garlic and Roasted Leek Negitoro at $18|
|Homemade Granula at $10|
|Ordered hazelnut latte, vanilla latte (see the “v” label haha) and cappucinno|
|Seafood Aglio Olio at $9.90.|
|To-gather Big Breakfast at $9.90|
|The slippery lobster at $18.80 and the gravy ‘zhap’ is so awesome!|
|Their After You Toast with Thai Ice Tea ice cream at $8.80|
|Just had to order Green Curry Chicken|
|Their tom yum clear soup has a unique taste to it.. I’m still not sure if I like it though haha|
|Have to take a video of this!|
|Matcha salted egg croissant|
|Rancher Eggs on toast with Avocado at $8.50|
|British Breakfast Platter that my Bae had. At $14.80|
|Countryside feel. But their other outlet at Novena looks more posh in my opinion.|
|Does he look like their coffee ambassador? 😛|
Weekend crowd was packed, great coffee, good vibes.
Recommended for those who likes to work (corner seats with high chairs that faced the roadside), catchup with friends and afternoon tai-tai tea.
9. The Ramen Stall
Visited this halal store twice, with my first visit to try their Volcano ramen!
|Their volcano ramen which got me teary-eyed halfway through.|
Second visit was with my ex-colleagues (Interned at Euromonitor before and wow, we still kept in touch after so many years!)
|Our hungry and happy faces|
Overall, their ramen is good but their barachirashi don was a disappointment.
Recommended for family and friends gatherings.
10. Necessary Provision
This cafe is inaccessible. But it reminds me of those Bangkok cafes which is hidden and hard to reach. Love this cafe and is one of my favourite cafe list now. 🙂 My bae researched and found this hidden gem and he’s so proud of this! haha.
Didn’t manage to capture a shot of their coffee/tea but I’m sold with their cafe settings – rustic feel and we sat there for hours.
Recommended for those who wants a respite from city area and good for dates.
Alright, shall continue Part 2 next time and stay tuned for my next blog entry!