A new branch of the C.Nai group of restaurant. Situated in the Bugis Village, on the second floor.
Had lunch here yesterday. Think this is one of the new Hong Kong Cafe branches. There is another at East Coast Park.
It is situated on the second floor of the Bugis Village. The stuff available are the usual Hong Kong stuff.
Variety wise, there is far less than other Hong Kong cafes. Me and my gf had the following:
1) Beef Curry with rice $6.80 - This is superb. The curry is just nice. Not those indian or malay curry but more like perankan style curry. It is a bit thick but savoury and nice. Not too spicy also. The beef is tender. Only drawback is potato is a bit hard, though already far softer than most other cafes. My gf commented it's ok though.. maybe just me.. "chi ruan bu chi ing" hahha.. MUST TRY.
2) Baked pork cutlet spaghetti $6.90 - This is just normal thoguh it taste a bit different. Portion is small though. Would prefer other Hong Kong cafes 1 (kim gary at vivo)
3) Mango Pomelo Ice blended $3.30 - This is a very refreshing drink. lots of pomelo and mango pieces in it. Nice.
4) Cold Chocolate $3.50 - "Stole" some of this from my gf.. haha.. at first tot it will be like ice milo. But it really taste like ice choco. Can try if you like chocolate.
Overall, the food is ok. Just that they are served warm instead of piping hot. Good and bad depending on your preference. Price wise, they are ok. Somemore, there is no service charge (also mean you need to get your food from the counter yourself. unless the food not ready yet)
Service personnel are ok. Small place though and easily full.
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