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This is jacqsowhat living in Sengkang. I am a Audio Producer I also love Desserts and Cakes, Ramen, Steaks and Grills.
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Big quantity & affordable prices OK Jun 17, 2014   
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Categories : Café | Desserts and Cakes | Pasta | Pets Friendly

Full review of dishes http://jacqsowhat.blogspot.sg/2014/06/happy-3-bites-cafe-everton-park.html
Being the newest kid on the Everton Park block, you will find NEA-approved pets cafe, Happy 3 Bites. It's cosy and pretty nice ambience to chill, with menu items incorporating a local touch to western cuisine. What's unique about them - being pet-friendly! The menu is pretty extensive considering the shoe box kitchen. Ranging from various mains and desserts to choose from, as well as waffles made with pandan batter.

 
Overall, some were above average while others fell short of our expectations. It was decent but the big breakfast was a big disappointment sad Given the big quantity and affordable prices,this would be an ideal place to chill over dinner without burning a hole in your pockets.
 
Spending per head: Approximately $24(Dinner)

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Great place to chill for brunch OK Apr 29, 2014   
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Categories : Multi-Cuisine | Café

Stateland Cafe in Bali Lane is recently opened by three young man, whom is in their early 20s. Definitely a place with great ambience to chill with your friends. For the dessert menu, there were thick toast to six different waffle flavours. A classic waffle with berries and syrup starts at $9.90. We decided to try Black Forest Waffle ($14.90) which is topped w cherry compote and chocolate ice cream. And the Plain Waffle ($11.90) with a scoop of honey yoghurt ice cream. Overall, the waffles were a little disappointing, they were crispy on the outside but hollow and dry on the inside. Maybe that's just me. And there were too much of cherry compote on the black forest waffle which makes it soggy and overpowering the taste of the waffle itself. But the classic waffle was good!
It was average and fell short my expection

It was average and fell short my expection

 
Moving on to the breakfast menu, we decided to try the popular ones like Eggs Benedict and Statelander's Big Breakfast. I personally think the quality of food here isn't worth the cost. But I'll definitely be back for coffee and others! smile
Full review on brunch dishes at http://jacqsowhat.blogspot.sg/2014/04/stateland-cafe-bali-lane-singapore.html
 
Date of Visit: Apr 24, 2014 

Spending per head: Approximately $20(Dinner)

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Great place for coffee OK Apr 20, 2014   
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We decided to check out chock full of beans as they're known to serve cute latte art in their coffees. We had Ice Caramel Macchiato ($6.50) as 3D art is only available for ice beverages. Do note that 3D latte art is only available upon request. It will be random design as we were told that they were busy. We had brunch - Banger & Eggs, very simple dish with scrambled eggs, a croissant & German sausages. Overall, it tasted average and this is definitely not worth the value of $17 bucks. We ordered their big breakfast version as well.
Read full review here, http://jacqsowhat.blogspot.sg/2014/04/chock-full-of-beans-changi-village.html

 
 
Date of Visit: Apr 05, 2014 

Spending per head: Approximately $25(Lunch)

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Categories : Multi-Cuisine | Hotel | Buffet

This is our second time having Marriott Cafe's high tea buffet since 2 years back and I must say, it's more or less the same dishes still as items may vary. Starting off with the seafood section, there were fresh white prawns and mussels together with bentos of sushi/sashimi assortment for the sushi lover.

 
Mariott Cafe offers a bit of everything. From porridge, satays, dimsum to local mains like chicken rice, prawn mee, bak ku teh, yong tau fu, mee siam, curry chicken and more. We start to find it boring but I'm sure it will be a good take for tourists. Though the dessert portion seems limited, I'm still glad that they've a bit of everything. From ice kachang to Asian desserts such as kueh lapis, malay kuehs and lastly to English sweets. Being a high tea buffet, desserts should be the highlight of it but I find it disappointing to have such a small spread of sweets.

The food quality for it's high tea buffet tasted average with plenty of local dish which I find it too 'familiar'. Overall, it's still worth a visit - $39++ per pax for high tea buffet. Read full review at http://jacqsowhat.blogspot.com/2014/02/high-tea-buffet-marriott-cafe-singapore.html
 
Date of Visit: Feb 03, 2014 

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Categories : Swiss | European | Café | Hotel | High Tea

During Christmas this year, Café Swiss @ Swissotel The Stamford is having DBS 1-for-1 for their festive lunch & dinner buffet. We decided to try out cafe swiss as we read reviews about it and since it's 1-for-1 deal.

 
Started off w the greens and the wide selections of salad in big pots - taste decent. Moving on to their savory dishes, a variety of picks for cheese fondue. Pasta & Omelette station - A choice of tomato or mushroom sauce for your pasta. I had numerous servings of it because of their flavorful mushroom sauce w generous servings of mushroom. Delicious! What's Christmas without roasted turkey? Serving alongside were the German sausages as well. Not to miss the Japanese station, assorted sushi and salmon sashimi. Sashimi were average, not too fresh either. Seafood cold section - Chilled clams, mussels and fresh prawns.

 
The dessert section were pleasant and satisfying though the variety were limited, considering it's a lunch buffet. There were the log cakes and festive fruit cakes as well! We end off with some sweets from a spread of cakes to pick from.

 
Café Swiss is a buffet that offers a limited spread yet good quality of food. Some were above our expectations while some fell short. Is it worth it? Read more at http://jacqsowhat.blogspot.sg/2013/12/cafe-swiss-festive-lunch-buffet.html
 
Date of Visit: Dec 28, 2013 

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