Lately, there are many new restaurants coming to Thao Dien area, mainly in Xuan Thuy street. But none of them bring the concept of American diner despite of many American living here. Last weekend, it appeared! Eddie’s – New York Diner was having their soft opening. Discount 20% during this period (while they have their staff trained more).
I was invited to go there last Sunday. It was late afternoon and an awkward time to have a meal, so we ordered Cinnamon Roll for share and a homemade soda for me.
I love the smell of cinnamon even though I’m not a big fan of bread. This cinnamon roll was delicious! It was not as sweet as normal cinnamon roll, but I think that is the plus point with many people avoiding sweet stuff nowadays. Overall it was great. I just thought maybe if they could heat it up a bit before serving that would be even better. A warm cinnamon roll, yum!
The homemade soda was also great. I had to move it to empty glass though because the taste was too light with a lot of ice cubes on the glass. It was better after that. I can taste the ginger and orange in it, and was still cold even without ice.
We were looking at the menu and my friend was explaining the names on the menu. Some of them I never heard of since I’ve never been to US nor American diner. Most of the food are meat. There are some salads menu as well. When we reached side dish section, I saw onion rings and I ask her if it’s possible to order it without main dish. We can!
I was so happy when it arrived. Onion rings is one of my favorite snack (although sometime I got sick after eating too many). This onion rings were awesome. The texture of the onion was perfect. The crispy batter was great. The only thing I would recommend is to sprinkle some salt on top of it before eating it. Pour some ketchup, dip the onion rings, and enjoy the crunchy batter and soft onion inside.
Next time I will try their main dish! Have you visited them? What is your favorite american diner dish? Tell me in comment below.
We walked out from our hotel and planned to have breakfast at one of cafe in wheelock place. When we passed by Shaw Center, we saw Watanabe Coffee has opened and they have breakfast as well. We went here instead 😀
It was around 9.20 am when we entered the coffee shop. There were not many people at that time. They only serving breakfast menu, until 10 am. They will have brunch menu at 10 am to 12 am, but in the morning they only serve breakfast menu.
There are several choice for breakfast. We tried their set menu, 1 toast, 1 egg and 1 drink (coffee / tea / juice). The price for set is around SGD 8 in average. Not bad eh?
The coffee was okay. Vietnamese coffee still better haha!
It took so long to get our food even though not many customers at that time. There are only 2 waitress as well. Very efficient in human power. They both handle everything from order until payment, and cleaning up.
My husband ordered banana cinnamon toast with hard boiled egg. They gave him wrong egg. It was not hard boiled egg, so we complaint and they gave him a new egg. The toast was really good! Very tasty and the sweetness was perfect. A good choice! Definitely recommend this one.
I ordered pizza toast and onsen egg. This one was delicious as well, but really heavy. I couldn’t finished it, so I gave some to my husband 😀 Win win solution. Onsen egg also cooked well.
Overall the food is tasty. I like their taste in music as well. Very cozy feeling. Next time you look for a place to have breakfast, consider to give them a visit.
The other day I went to Bitexco Financial Tower to meet up with my husband, then we planned to have dinner. He brought me to a Vietnamese Restaurant near by. It is called Mam Bac. Located at 94 Ho Tung Mau street, very close from Bitexco.
He said the bun cha here is good, so we ordered one. Another dish we ordered was com tam suon nuong opla (broken rice with grilled ribs and fried egg). For the drink I ordered kumquat juice.
And he was right! Everything we ordered was delicious. The price also reasonable as well for prime location. Definitely a good choice to have lunch or dinner if you are in the area.