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$19/pax

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ArcticStar
 • Wednesday at 8:33pm 228 reviews 1 follower
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It was time for catching up with one of the Buddies, and we chose Maison Ikkuko this time - a lifestyle turnstile that is a cafe by day and cocktails bar by night. Look at all the low, cushy seats that are so comfortable to sink into - though a little low for eating / drinking.

I had the Iced Vanilla Latte (SGD7.00) - a decadent indulgence in its creamy deliciousness.

I also had the Smoked Salmon and Avocado Sandwich (SGD$16.00) with wholemeal bread. The bread was crispy, and the dill sour cream was thickly distinctive in flavor. The smoked salmon was springy in texture and buttery avocado added to the overall explosive texture of the scrumptious sandwich.

The Buddy had a slice of Chocolate Fudge Cake (SGD$5.50) - a rich slice of chocolate heaven - a little hint of stickiness and solid fluffiness all made of bittersweet chocolate - a delightful indulgence anytime. The chocolate flakes sprinkled atop adds a tinge of crunchiness to the delectable dessert.

For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/08/lunch-at-maison-ikkuko-cafe.html
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I spent $25 per person.

Must tries: Salmon Avocado Sandwich, Chocolate Fudge cake, Iced Vanilla Latte

I also recommend this place for:
Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
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The Hungry Bunny
 • Wednesday at 5:57pm 540 reviews 19 followers
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For more reviews, please hit up http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2014/04/maison-ikkoku.html
Maison Ikkoku may look pretentious but their food (and coffee) are really quite splendid. The weekend all-day breakfast selection may be decidedly limited with just 10 egg dishes, but boy, are they good. So good I think they make worthy rivals of the king of brunch Wild Honey.  

We had:

1) Signature Eggs Benedict ($22): a couple of perfectly poached eggs layered upon silky ribbons of prosciutto ham and thick buttery brioche, draped in a wonderfully balanced and delicate hollandaise sauce. Probably on par with Choupinette's rendition.

2) Ham & Cheese Omelette ($14): fluffy and moist with copious shavings of honey baked ham and melted cheddar cheese for maximum flavour.  

3) Vanilla Latte (+$2 top up as part of the breakfast set but $7 usual price): the vanilla added a subtle sweetness belying its potency. 

4) Cafe Latte (complimentary as part of the breakfast set but $5 usual price): well-rounded and robust. I liked that they do pretty consistent latte art too.

5) Tiramisu ($10): Perfectly balanced, ultra moist and creamy, with heady coffee overtones
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Davidson Koo
 • 16 Jul 2014 3 reviews 4 followers
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Iced mocha must try! Superb friendly staff.
Good for a hot day to chill out. Not easy to find parking.
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