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Little Diner

Hubby initiated a Saturdate for today. He went searching for a nice place for us to have lunch. His initial choice was met with some hiccups, and found an even better choice, and made a reservation days before. 

So! Our big date (today is our 154 by the way) was at Little Diner, located at 789 Bukit Timah Road. Parking was a little difficult outside the restaurant. Many parked huge cars, and squeezy lots space. We parked at Guthrie House, about 5 minutes walking. 

Preview of our lunch. Yum yum. 


Little Dinner looks like a space restricted place from the outside. Inside, it's still small, but not as small as what I imagined. Cozy place, friendly people. Lovely. 


On every reserved table, there's a tiny handwritten note with the name of the person the table is reserved to, time and number of people. Lovely gesture. When we were seated, we were served almost immediately with water. Even baby gets her cup of water in a plastic cup and and shorter (than the adults') straw. 


Little Diner's promotions are listed at a glance on the wall. 


Ok.. The dog's portrait is cute. Our Latte at this point of time, is having his grooming session, being served like a king. 


My order: Omelette of the Day (Smoked Salmon) ... S$15.50
Served with Thick Brioche Toast & Mix Greens.

Lol. The description said to have toast? But my order doesn't come with toast. Made me feel not totally satisfied (in terms of full). However, the omelette is very thick, and it wrapped a very thick layer of smoked salmon. Delicious. Though a little too salty. But worth the value. 


Hubby's order: The Italian Benedict ... S$19.50
Parma Ham Slices, Roasted Red Bell Peppers, Sautéed Mushrooms, Poached Eggs & Hollandaise Sauce on Toasted Brioche. Side of Baby Green Salad.

Oh I love his. Delicious poached eggs with hallamdaise sauce. When eggs are nicely done, it's a winner. Did I ever mention I love eating eggs?


Our coffees. Hubby's Mocha S$5.50 and my small cup of Cappuccino S$4.80 (there are two sizes to choose for Cappuccino). Delicious coffee. Little Diner serve coffee from Toby's Estate. What more need I say?


Overall, love the food, love the people. Baby friendly too, with high chairs and child cutlery. We'll be back to try the other food that we saw served to other tables (greedy us lol).  

Little Diner
http://littlediner.sg/
789 Bukit Timah Road Singapore 269763
Make your reservations via Chope! http://book.chope.co/mr/booking?rid=littlediner1210ldra-4

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