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24 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089131

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Saturday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

We ordered a falafel salad and hummus platter which was over $15 but too little.

The burger was too tiny and was surprised by the size of it. Don't get me started on the Kombucha drink.

I wouldn't go there again.

However, i was quite hesitant to try due to mix reviews online about how the portion was really small and how raw vegan food was an acquired taste.

We ordered the:
1. Avocado kimchi rolls ($14)
-Served with almond sushi 'rice', housemade kimchi and topped with avocado.
- My mum felt that the sushi was too dry for her liking as they used nuts rather than rice. For me, i felt that the kimchi did add a crunchy and juicy texture to the entire dish. The dish wasnt mindblowingly tasty and tasted pretty average. Its definitely drier than the avocado sushi that has sticky moist japanese rice. Having been in korea for months for my semester exchange, i felt that the kimchi taste was too mild for my liking and wasnt very authentic.
-3/5

2. Acai Bowl ($15)
-Acai berry, raw museli, seasonal fruits and raw berry puree.
-This acai bowl was TOOOO SWEET for our liking. It totally lacked the sour accent of berries. The raw museli was too hard for us that we didnt finished it. Overall we didnt enjoy it as it felt really one dimension and all we could remember about this dish was just the word SWEET. I felt that the sweetness masked the acai profile (as we couldnt taste the fruity red wine flavour with chocolate overtones that most acai blend have).
-The portion is really very small (probably between the size of a medium to large acai bowl) and for $15, it is a tad too pricey, especially since the ingredients/toppings were very little.
-0/5

Worth it: 1/5. Yeap i have to agree with the online reviews that the small portion certainly does not justify its price (with 10% svc). Also, the taste was below/just average and hence i wouldnt pay so much for it.
Ps. We went to try as we saw that they have 50% discount for EATIGO users at weird timings (ie 3-4.30pm) if you are interested to try then i feel using the eatigo deal would be better.
Taste: 1.5/5
Overall: 2.5/10

No go😖😖 not for us😅
Can go
Must go

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Two thin slices of salted caramel cake with interesting bits of nuts and fruit - dragon fruit, blueberries on top.

The cake is smaller than it looks in the image but heavy to eat. It is not too sweet and contains honey (so do let them know if you can’t take honey) which I liked.

The staff thoughtfully asking about any food allergy prior to ordering. Guilt free Afterglow Avocado Kimchi Rolls--creatively replace sushi rice with almond 'bits'. The kefir water is a little pricey though, perhaps should opt for their cold pressed juice or other freshly made drinks.

We really enjoyed the açai here - the serving size was pretty generous, the toppings were great and the açai was smooth, creamy and very nicely flavoured. Love the presentation as well, in a wooden bowl reminiscent of Bali’s smoothie bowls. I would definitely come back for this if I’m looking for a healthy dessert in the area!

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Colleague was raving about this cafe so we decided to pop by for lunch. Reserved this on eatigo at 50% off so I would say it’s a definite steal considering how expensive these niche foods usually are. This was a tasty, wholesome and filling meal and the best part was that I felt really good after eating this.

Rating: 4/5

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