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sEATS at Single Origin Rockwell

Single Origin is one of the latest and "hip" resto to go to in Rockwell. It boasts not only of good food and ambiance, but also its extensive choices of drinks (liquor and craft beers) and also Salted Caramel Milkshake!


Here's what the place looks like inside. It looks perfect for casual dining or hanging-out with friends. Single Origin has now teamed-up with sEATS, a dining reservation app. This is perfect if you are in the mall and want to dine at Single Origin. You can simply book a table for your group via the sEATS app so you need not worry of falling in-line for lunch or dinner.


Learn more about sEATS here ---- sEATS Restaurant Reservation App


And here's what we had at Single Origins.

Wagyu Frankfurters.


Chicken and Waffle Sandwich.


Crab-fat Pasta.


Truffle Pasta.


4-Cheese Grilled Cheese Sandwich.


Choco French Toast with Strawberries.



*** all photos were taken using OPPO F1s

the k
itchen goddess
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