Hip ‘hood Kampong Glam, already dense with offbeat outlets like Maison Ikkoku and Blu Jaz, has welcomed three new indie F&B joints: Symmetry, Artistry and Ogopogo. Two of the arrivals have picked addresses off the main drags (think Haji Lane and Arab Street) in quirky corners perfect for underground types.We had brunch at the largest […]
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Get a bento or a don set here for just $15 nett. Bento sets change twice a week, while you can choose from rice bowl sets like tori karaage don, or salmon teriyaki don.
Choose from sets like ebi no kakiage, or Kurobuta katsu, where you’ll get a main dish, salad, steamed rice and miso soup.
For $15 nett, get a soup of the day, a vegetarian or non-vegetarian main, and dal served with naan or rice.
The five-course meal here starts off with a garden salad, and their soup-of-the-day. Choose from mains like Singapore fried mee hoon and Vintry Hokkien mee. Finish off your meal with ice cream, and coffee or tea.
Get a four-course set lunch at $15 nett. Choose from appetisers like spring roll or green mango salad, a main like pad thai, accompanied by their signature tom yum soup. The meal comes with a glass of calamansi juice.
Start off the four-course meal with a salad or soup, followed by a choice of main like breaded chicken with rice, or quesadillas, and end it off with the dessert of the day. A glass of soft drink included.
The four-course lunch, which goes for just $15 nett, comes with a variety of fried rice, like XO chicken rice or Yang Zhou fried rice, with soups like Shanghai dumpling soup. A glass of lime juice and fresh fruits will round off your meal.
A three-course meal goes for just $15 nett, with rice paper and crispy spring rolls, a main course like pho bo, or ragout, and a scoop of ice cream for dessert.