66 East Coast Road
#01-01 The Flow
Singapore 428778

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09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

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Most of the cakes and kuehs were sold out at this peranakan-inspired cafe when we reached, leaving us with a quick decision of Yuzu Cheesecake and Bandung Lychee Tart. The yuzu cheesecake had a citrusy-tang to it, and I really like the lychee boba and the rose-milk mousse on the bandung tart. As it was cold and rainy, the smooth and medium-bodied latte provided a nice warmth; and the hot chocolate was velvety smooth and rich with 60% couverture chocolate.

Latte with signature gula jawa, a sugar harvested from the coconut palm.
Smooth and creamy textured iced coffee that was pretty damn delicious in my opinion. Because of the gula Jawa, this coffee is on the sweeter side. I could taste the coconut sweetness and elevated creaminess to this drink, which I very much welcomed. This unique cup of coffee was however too sweet for me, and I added more water to it after a few sips. Not a bad thing if you ask, it felt like I got a bigger cup of coffee๐Ÿ˜œ I highly recommend this.


The pretty purple ombrรฉ drink pictured top left. This drink was top-notch aesthetic. Strawberry coulis, orange juice, butterfly pea tea, rosemary infusion and Soda. An interesting concoction with a burst of flavour in this thirst quencher. A tad bit sweet, especially with the addition of Soda and strawberry coulis, but nothing too overwhelming. I liked how ultimately, the flavours to this drink were light and floral. Very appropriate on a hot day and if one is not a caffeine drinker :) plus points for the beautiful aesthetics!


Golden roasted soybean powder with adzuki red bean pictured bottoms left. I truly enjoyed this. The mochi gave an alternate chewy texture together with the tart. The roasted soybean flavour was nutty and earthy, delicately fragrant and yet not overwhelming. The tart was light, and the crisp shell gave its entirety a good crunch. Would come back for this!


Pictured bottoms right is the Orh Nee Tart with an aesthetic finish of Pumpkin purรฉe on top. This is my first time eating an Orh Nee Tart, and Iโ€™m glad to have had my first try here. However, I would trade this for the authentic Orh nee dessert any day. Donโ€™t get me wrong - I think this was a decent taro tart, but it wasnโ€™t Orh nee. It was an in your face purple taro tart, but there really wasnโ€™t the elements of coconut sweetness and ginkgo nuts I envisioned. The pumpkin however, was a bit of a weird addition to me that did it complement the taro very well surprisingly. Nonetheless, as a taro tart, it was packed full of yam flavour with a paste-y texture. A must try for the taro lovers, especially because itโ€™s not too sweet!


Nice Yuzu Tart, just a tad sweet and good Long Black. Interesting presentation on Peranakan tiles as plates.