Decided to come here for a birthday celebration on a weekday as we thought there would be less people and indeed the crowd is a lot less than what you'd see on the weekend. Decided to pig out and try an assortment of food.
Royal Pudding: Strawberry ($4.50) and Original ($4.00)
I preferred the original as it was sweet but not overly sweet. The strawberry flavor felt as there was quite a significant percentage of syrup or jam involved. The bottle is not conducive to eating the pudding though as you can't eat it cleanly but it's definitely a cute concept. Brought the pudding bottle home to put stuff in
potato wedges were served hot and filled with potatos. One of the best potato wedges I in Singapore!
The burger sandwich was sort of messy and the sauce did sort of drip all over the place, but it was hot and filling. The patty was not overly cooked and not too rare. yum!
The portion of the Pad Thai salad is definitely enough for a meal, however, I didn't quite like the combo and how it was served. Most likely because I don't like glass noodles and the other food fared much better in comparison. Would like to try other salads, but I doubt I'll be ordering this anytime in the near future.
Drip coffee and lemonade soda: somewhat mediocre
They heat up the bread for you and there's a cheesy layer on top. I think it's rather filling and the bread bowl is not too huge. Very yummy. I think they could make good business just by selling this chowder bread and their royal pudding.
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