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The UTW (“Under Ten Words”): Queue-tastic, massively popular value-for-Money Japanese chirashi bowl goodness. The must-orders (if any): Bara Chirashi Don, Seasonal Chirashi Dons Summary: One of the breakout stars of 2016 thanks to its ridiculously photogenic and value-for-money marinated bara chirashi don, Sushiro has gone on to rapidly expand from its…

Houjicha Pancake (vanilla ice cream, chia seeds, crushed hazelnuts, matcha spread, seasonable berries) from Les Patisseries’ newly-refreshed menu. The pancake starts off like a comfortably light, brownie-esque chocolate cake before quietly unveiling a dusky, gracefully understated hojicha fragrance and bitterness which lingers on your tongue long after the moment has…

The Word. Brekkie from WORD – sausage, choice of eggs, toast, grilled vegetables, bacon. Brunchly satisfying despite being disarmingly earnest, although you can positively hear the clang of spaluta against Mom’s favourite frying pan ringing from a distance. 3.4/5 WORD Cafe 906 Upper Thomson Road Singapore 787110

Bara-Chirashi Don from Sushiro, a humble 12-seater Japanese concept situated within Thomson Plaza. The generous portion of the happily-sized and uber-fresh seafood cubes will leave you in a state of suspended sashimi bliss and the pearly rice-to-seafood ratio was magical. Elsewhere, the marinate was a glorious cross between Teppei Syokudo’s…

Horffles from Les Patisseries – 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream, Horlicks powder, Horlicks sauce, toasted candied almond, fresh berries. Whilst the slightly sour waffle had a gentle crisp and the nuts certainly were welcome guests, the late-blooming vanilla ice cream only revealed its tuition teacher-encouraged potential late in the…