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Coconut Shibuya Toast from Tuk Tuk Cha. The air-fried golden toast had probably given its delectably crumbly innards a nice spray-on Lurpak butter tan as even one’s internal organs sometimes crave a nice summer glow for topless selfies and Instagram likes-collecting, etc. Elsewhere, the crunchy young coconut flesh tasted its primary…

Panzanella di Aragosta from In ITALY – Canadian lobster with Tuscan bread and tomato salad. Essentially like a zombified Frankenstein lobster salad – it’s cold, it’s wet, it’s clammy, the vegetables squirt cold veggie juice upon bite – but in a surprisingly pleasing way. 3.8/5  <strong>In ITALY</strong> 38 Craig Road Singapore…

Shibuya Toast with Butter Pecan Brittle and Banana Chocolate ice cream, drizzled with peanut butter and white chocolate green tea sauce from Meet & Melt. Expectations-wise, this was akin to ordering carrot cake and then being served a beta-carotene orange stick with leaves intact and frosting on top. The “Shibuya…

Mango Shibuya Toast from Tuk Tuk Cha. The memorable air-fried golden toast (which I had earlier described as having the delectably crumbling crispiness of a century-embalmed Egyptian mummy) was gloriously buttery and elsewhere, the fleshy mango chunks and thick mango ice cream – easily able to pass off as the actual…

French Toast from Red Baron – brioche, gula melaka, bananas and coconut ice cream, with a sprinkling of desiccated coconut. While the coconut elements did their jobs admirably and the brioche had a nice and remarkably eggy middle, the edges of the toast made me suspect that the brioche may…

Milo french toast from Collective Brewers – thick brioche, dipped in Milo egg wash, served with strawberries and butterscotch syrup. Essentially a fair-skinned bland maiden masquerading as an exotic olive-skinned intercontinental beauty, and your eyes and nose hairs would love this more than your tongue. The coating of milo is…