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simple. to the point. fresh. but I do always appreciate it more when places refrigerate their fruits so when juice is served, it has that extra layer of coldness.
this cauliflower steak was severely undercooked. the seasoning was interesting but again, not enough to make up for the failure in texture. this dish is so often repeated in menus at different healthy bistros and cafes that more
it needs a slightly better balance of softness and crunchiness. but truly, it is so close to perfection.
this would be significantly better, as good as it is, if it was fridged beforehand. the base of the cake is tastes like health and joy. the banana is ravishing. the cream is fluffy but definitely needs a little spike of cold temperature.
the base of the drink is actually butterfly pea. the lavender jam comes along side in the small glass container. the taste is definitely unique but mostly strange
this is a take on the classic that is probably available at most vietnamese restaurants. it is decent, I’d say. potentially needs a little more soya sauce to balance it out
this is an extremely satisfying and clean dish. the vegetables are simply boiled but the gyozas are so intricate and delicious, the rest compliments and follows.
this is very flavourful and interesting on the mouth. it is slightly reminiscent of mulled wine. beautiful choice
this restaurant is fully vegan, so they have a version of this iconic japanese pancake here. the texture is phenomenally crunchy. the sauce accompanies this, perfectly.
this is definitely overpriced but you can keep the giant glass bottles after you finish the drink. the tea is very subtle and fragrant. the other drinks on the menu such as lychee or peach tea are on the slant in terms of more