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Level4 2014-07-11
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Food's okay and Han's food is value for money.My friends and I often dine at this Cafe because the place is spacious and comfortable with great ambience and good food. They only have western food here.Everything is nice, but the service is a bit bad.The coffee with milk is their specialty. Tasty!The NZ Sirloin steak is awesome.The reason for me to order other type of fish because I knew their Fish and chips is no good.Tip: Must try the grilled fish dory because it is very nice. continue reading
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I simply like to grab the sandwiches here for breakfast from time to time.For an ordinarily chicken sandwich just cost SGD 2.5! If you wanna add fried egg, just add SGD 1 more!The 2nd taste of sandwich which I like to take here is spicy tuna, which costs SGD 2.2 These two tastes of sandwich are my favorite by far from HanisDon't forget to order Kopi (local coffee, SGD 1.4) to taste with the above, awesome! continue reading
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Level4 2012-08-21
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The chicken pie here is one of my favourite snack when comes to having my tea break with my hubby. The chicken meat inside is very tender and juicy and also really tasty as well. The chicken pie crust is also baked till really nice golden brown colour which looks really appetitizing and not too oily as well. The portion is quite generous and the price is consider quite reasonable too. continue reading
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I guess everyone knows Hans and know that its a place that serves average food at average prices. The things is that the wilkie edge one is so near my place i take my tuna mayo sandwich here whenever i want smt small that fills me before my saturday gym sessions. Its not spectacular but i like the fact that they toast the sandwich on the spot (even if you take away) and costs $2.20 for a whole meal tuna sandwich. Even though its mayo somehow it doesnt feel as creamy and fattening as the real mayo so i dun feel so guilty eating it. LolI also order the yinyang drink here quite often.. and according to the angmokia, the croissant served here is one of the best he had in Singapore(!)Ok i need to clarify this last point because to a french, a real croissant is not supposed to be so crispy that it just crumbles into crust. Its supposed to be creamy yet soft on the inside.. and the one served at Hans is just that. Whats more it costs just $1.20. If you are a croissant fan you shld give this understated 'bakery' a try! Other than this, I also take chicken burger here when i want something filling. The chicken patty is not a synthetic one you get from the frozen part in cold storage.. it tastes more like something they made on their own.. at the price of $4.50.. its filling enough ( you can add cheese/fried egg with extra charge), i think it feels healthier than the fast food ones... wats more u r not tempted to take on unhealthy sides like french fries. =) continue reading
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Although the place is quiet, and you feel like owning the entire place, Hanis is a cafe which also joins Starbucks to open 24 hours in this branch.Portion to fit a king in the evening (where you should eat like a pauper instead) the set meal consisted of the dessert, which first I thought was warm bread to accompany the appetizer cream soup and the main meal and a choice of drink. And garlic bread too!The turkey set meal for $13.90 included the vegetables and potato as your carbo fix! The meat, was just like any other chicken/white meat as if you're curious what's the difference. The meat was not as hot and juicy and soft, but it was paired with a good complement of fruit jam (strawberry or blueberry) to smear all over with eating your poultry.Eating this hearty meal the day before war (read: exam) gave a sense of fulfillment and releasing the relaxing endorphines when I ate the dessert which I thought was the warm bread for the soup - my favorite, CREAM PUFF! IT WAS HUGEEEE FILLED WITH sous cream, just the way I like it. It made my night at least continue reading
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