Saturday, 27 September 2014

Works like an atas Coffee Shop... but

Just how good can an air-conditional Coffee Shop be? Just by looking at the ones that you are getting in the shopping mall in your neighbourhood can give you a pretty good idea how it will turn out. However, there are exceptions too. For example...

Even though there's a few stalls inside this coffee shop, but most of the
customers here are ordering food from the stall selling 'sliced fish soup'.
Therefore I decided to give it a try too.

'Tom Yum Seafood Soup'
For a start, though I'm paying the same price that I'm getting at an atas
coffee shop, but with the looks of the soup, things are getting better and
better already. There's a big load of ingredients inside this bowl of soup
and on top of that, there's a nice mixture of different types of ingredients
too. Best of all, the soup looks pretty thick and fiery, which is also
something that interests me pretty much.

As I dig into the meal, the ingredients are coated with a thin and bright
layer of orange color, when I pull them out of the bowl of soup. As I took
a bite off these ingredients, there's a nice mix of sour and spicy taste,
though I personally find the spicy taste much more overpowering than the
sour taste. :P In fact, after finishing up all the fresh ingredients, things
just didn't end there. I started moving on to the bowl of soup. One scoop
after another, I finish the whole bowl of soup within minutes, which is a
big (+). :D

So where can you give the 'Tom Yum Seafood Soup' a good try?
The name of this atas coffee shop would be 'Hotspot Cafe & Restaurant'.
It's located on level 1 of 'Burlington Square' and at the same time, it's
opposite the 'Sim Lim Square' too.

Opening Hours of 'Hotspot Cafe & Restaurant':
  • 10:30 - 23:00 Daily

Opening Hours of the stall:
  • 10:30 - 16:00 Daily

* Click here to find out more about 'Hotspot Cafe & Restaurant'.
^ Click here for the Facebook Page of 'Hotspot Cafe & Restaurant'.
~ Click here for the location of 'Burlington Square' on 'Google Maps'.

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