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Yes yes, it’s a post about Frankie & Jo’s again. To be fair, they launch a few seasonal flavours every month so I have to try May flavours before I leave Seattle! Made with fair trade organic beans and cinnamon, the new coffee ice cream has swirls of creamy dulce de leche and chunks of chewy almond shortbread in it. Soooo good, especially when paired with my usual scoops of chocolate date and salty caramel ash!

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Between HeartBeet Organic and Chaco Canyon Organic Cafe, I prefer the former for sure even though the latter clearly has their share of fans. Flavours at HeartBeet are more “refined” (K will know what I mean ha) whereas my salad of smoky kale, roasted yams and tempeh bacon at Chaco is pretty one-dimensional.

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I’m back for more feel-good food at HeartBeet Organic Superfoods Cafe within 24 hours! This time I make sure that I choose a light salad (marinated kale FTW) so that I can indulge in a slice of “pure pie”. The dark chocolate salted caramel pie is remarkably rich and decadent! And it’s 100% vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free, can you believe it?

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The Living Cafe is one of my all-time favourite cafes in Singapore and HeartBeet Organic Superfoods Cafe reminds me of TLC very much. There’s smoothies, salads, warm grain bowls and desserts, basically everything I want to eat! But reality is harsh and I can only pick one… HeartBeet burger it is. A walnut, sesame seed and sun-dried tomato burger patty with dehydrated “onion bread”, served with maple coconut chips and BBQ sauce. I love it but oh my, this is super dense and filling!

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Gosh, 3 times within a week; I told you Frankie & Jo’s is my favourite! This time it’s chocolate sauce over chocolate date ice cream, and moo goo (in-house activated charcoal salted caramel) over salty caramel ash ice cream. I love this place so much that I told K that we should open one in Singapore haha.

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Other than Cafe Flora, Plum Bistro is another well-regarded vegetarian restaurant in Seattle. I prefer the former though; my order of pan seared creole tempeh with wilted collard salad is not exceptional and the celery root puree is strangely cold hmm.

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Back at Frankie & Jo’s because there is one more flavour I want to try — tahini chocolate! It’s quite interesting; sweet, nutty and salty at the same time with lashings of sesame fudge throughout. The staff recommended adding the vegan chocolate sauce and I’m game for it of course #yestomorechocolate

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