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Little Hiro

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Little Hiro brought a cheeky twist into Hawaiian-Japanese cuisine. Eat together and enjoy the company of family and friends in a fun, welcoming restaurant that serves exotic flavours, premium ingredients with excellent value.

Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 21:30

Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 22:00

Sun: 11:30 - 21:30

+65 64663477
$14 based on 10 submissions
Boys Night Out (6 votes), After Work (4 votes), Chillout (3 votes)
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Fun, Hipster Eats in a Chilled-out Neighborhood Diner

I've been to Little Hiro way more times than I really should because of their awesome ramen burgers. Other interesting menu items I've tried are the spam fries and chicken & waffles - both of which are entirely worth their calories! They always seem to have something new on the menu, and their prices are affordable. With their laid-back Hawaiian-ish beach vibe going for them, I feel like this place is really unique from other cookie-cutter restaurants in SG. Three thumbs up!

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• 17 Mar 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Fun, Hipster Eats in a Chilled-out Neighborhood Diner

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I've been to Little Hiro way more times than I really should because of their awesome ramen burgers. Other interesting menu items I've tried are the spam fries and chicken & waffles - both of which are entirely worth their calories! They always seem to have something new on the menu, and their prices are affordable. With their laid-back Hawaiian-ish beach vibe going for them, I feel like this place is really unique from other cookie-cutter restaurants in SG. Three thumbs up!
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• 08 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Not value for money

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I went to this place without knowing about it at all. It just so happens that I went pass it and decided to try it as the place looks nice and clean. So my review is completely independent and unbiased by previous good/bad reviews. Food/Drink: I ordered the Beer batter fish and chips with calamari rings. Fish and chips is ok, I can barely taste the beer batter and all I can say is i have had much better fish and chips. The calamari rings look and smells delicious. However, when I tasted it, it doesnt taste fresh and totally tasteless. I had to accompany it with the various condiments to make it edible, otherwise it feels like I am just eating fried rubber. Value: The food here is not expensive but neither is it cheap. Overall I don't think they should charge that price for the quality of food I had. Ambience: It's good! I love the designs and theme of the restaurant. It's like a bright little hut in the middle of nowhere. The menu designs are beautiful and the pictures of the food are alluring. Service: Not impressive. I was hoping the counter staff would recommend me something but she looked as blur as I am and was probably tired from the day's work (it was 8 plus when I went). There were 2 more customers after I ordered and they were sitting in the restaurant having their burgers when the staff informed them to move to the seats outside as they are closing soon. I am wondering if the staff could have told them that before hand instead of letting them sit inside when they would be closing 10minutes from time. It's not nice to ask customers to move with their food and all their stuffs when they are in the middle of a meal, especially having burgers with their hands already dirty. Overall: I would have been disappointed have I read the reviews before going but I didn't. So my opinion is I might be visisting again just to try some other items but definitely not the fish and chips and calamari ever again.
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• 10 Nov 2014 • 28 reviews • 0 follower

Come Here for the Nacho Fries Supreme

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I was disappointed with the burger. I had the bbq bacon cordon bleu burger. The burger patty was too hard, and did not taste fresh at all. The cordon bleu cheese sauce did not go well with the burger. I barely ate the bun because it was too dry. My boyfriend had the chicken kaarage ramen burger. That too was a disappointment. The ramen buns was too soggy. The sauce for the chicken kaarage did not go well with the ramen burger. The best thing we tested on the menu was the nacho fries supreme. It was so GOOD! The best cheese fries that I have ever had. The ground beef was so flavourful. The cheese was different, savoury and not too heavy.
I will definitely come back again just for the Nacho Fries Supreme!
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  • Nacho Fries Supreme

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