Amber Ember

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What We Love
  • Cosy space, concrete floors, natural light.
  • Chic cafe serving jaffles and coffee for a relaxing morning
  • Cheeses Loves You, Fun Guys, specialty coffee, cold brew

730 Upper Serangoon Road
#01-01 Yeley Building
Singapore 534613

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10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm


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From the Burpple community

Been craving a good grilled cheese and I had the best variation of it.

I had Amber Ember’s “cheezus loves you” jaffle. A jaffle is a brioche pressed in a cast iron, typically found in Australia. If you’re a blue cheese fan, this is a must-have. It is the perfect balance of flavours deriving from an indulgent combination of ingredients such as Gruyère, emmental, mozzarella, blue cheese mayonnaise, caramelised onions and a balsamic glaze. It also comes with a side of rocket or tapioca chips.

Loved it!

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Love it! Sambal is not very spicy and is well matched with the sourdough bread. Cafe is well designed and a nice place to hang out with friends.

Deviled mushrooms, mozzarella, served with poached egg, salad with vinaigrette, parmigiano reggiano and balsamic glaze 》$14

A very satisfying weekend brunch. The poached egg was done well with a runny yolk and the mushrooms were flavourful. Although tasty, having one flavour to yourself might be a little too heavy/boring after a while. I would recommend ordering different flavours to share and at the same time get to try different flavours

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Roast chicken thigh. ranch, mozzarella, served with pickled Japanese cucumber, parmigiano reggiano, salad with vinaigrette 》$15

A jaffle is like a toastie sealed around the edges by a jaffle iron. The bread was toasted till crispy and the chicken was surprisingly not too dry. I prefer the fun guy over this.

If you don’t think about the fact that this is essentially a sandwich you could make at home yourself, the 𝘾𝙝𝙚𝙚𝙠𝙮 𝘽𝙚𝙚𝙛 (~$17) is quite decent. Taste wise, of course. The pulled beef held a slight sweetness to nullify the cheesiness, and I actually liked the bread crust (shocker! I usually hate the crust)
But all good things come to an end, as I found the Jaffles getting too dry as I continued eating. The poached egg (which was more ramen egg than poached) did little to save that.

Ig @goodfomood

This was quite a large bottle compared to other cafes. It was really creamy with a very very mild coffee flavour. Would definitely prefer a white cold brew with more coffee and less cream.

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