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Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago
If you’re the type of diner who can never decide what cuisine you want for dinner, there’s a solution: Staple. Its menu is categorised into five different flavours: fresh, familiar, spicy, umami and sweet.
Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago
The terriyaki beef sandwich ($14.80) was very good. Came with caramelised onions and sweet potato crisps. I topped up $1 for the sunny side up, which I recommend. I swopped out the multi-grain toast for the brioche which was fluffy and nicely toasted. The marinade for the beef is a little salty / too flavourful (for the health conscious, which I am not) but goes well with everything else. 4 stars mainly for this which I recommend. Only available for all day weekend brunch. My family ordered the seasonal veg pasta - it’s not very flavourful and the crust is nothing to shout about. The bolognese spaghetti is a little watery (we like ours thicker but watery is common outside) and lacking a bit of punch. Spaghetti was also a little overdone (we prefer ours al dente). House smoothie bowl - we got the greek yoghurt ($10). Cane with blueberries, house granola, a whole banana with dessicated coconut. Not bad but small portion.
Rated 1.0/5.0 2 months ago
Tried the place for brunch. It's not at all as it was in the pictures. Only take out options available. Ordering&paying is done via qr code but there's no wifi. So not suitable for tourists without a local SIM card. Food is not at all what's in the promo pictures, place is also much smaller than in the pictures. Sandwich served with raw chicken. But at least it was replaced thanks to the manager
Rated 4.0/5.0 2 years ago
Kids pasta was a big hit for my kids. I loved the healthy bowl. Ingredients were all very healthy and fresh. They offer freshly juiced apple juice for kids meal but our kids did not like the juice at all. It didn’t even taste good to me. Next time, we chose Babyccino instead. It looked great but taste was bad. It’s just steamed tasteless milk.
Rated 3.0/5.0 a year ago
It's a pity, I would have given 5 stars for my soba bowl - delicious roasted pumpkin, cajun chicken and roasted mushrooms in sesame sauce. But a few things marred the experience. The olive fried rice was way too salty. It was the saltiest dish we have eaten in an eatery. I had to give my husband some of my soba to balance out the saltiness of his rice. When ordering, we were told they ran out of iced chamomile, and there was only "longan" or "honey lemon". As I don't take caffeine, I ordered honey lemon. But it was actually honey lemon tea. When the tea was served, the server was apologetic and offered to replace with another drink, but none of the available iced teas were caffeine free. Hope management can take note and make the necessary changes. We will be more than willing to come back and try the food and drinks again.