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Little Part One is one of those places you'd only know about by the word of mouth, because it's tucked away in a little corner along Upper Thomson Road next to Thomson Plaza that is easy to miss. it has been open for at least five years now, which is a feat considering the short lifespans of other non-hawker eateries along the road.I usually come here for a cosy dinner and a bottle of beer. The food here is not remarkable but decent enough, some items I have ordered are the Curry Fries (absolute
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Little Part One is one of those places you'd only know about by the word of mouth, because it's tucked away in a little corner along Upper Thomson Road next to Thomson Plaza that is easy to miss. it has been open for at least five years now, which is a feat considering the short lifespans of other non-hawker eateries along the road.

I usually come here for a cosy dinner and a bottle of beer. The food here is not remarkable but decent enough, some items I have ordered are the Curry Fries (absolutely delicious), Shepherd's Pie (not bad), Chicken Schnitzel (good) and Pomodoro Chicken Wrap (average). You can choose your poison of choice from the wide selection of beers and ciders. On my last visit, a friend ordered a new cider they had just brought in (can't remember the name but it was strawberry flavoured) and it was good, not overly sweet like most other fruit ciders. My only gripe is that the prices of the food is a bit more expensive than what I would pay for at such a location.

The vibe here is very laid-back and non-pretentious, and feels a bit like a backpacker's cafe with a shelf of travel guides and memorabilia from a number of countries
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2012-10-15
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$20 (Dinner)