65 Serangoon Garden Way
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09:00am - 10:00pm

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09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

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09:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Two things stood out to me:
1) Wow that’s a lot of toast
2) Wow that’s a lot of dips

Go crazy with the dips I think are butter, maple syrup, cream and more. It’s really filling and if you have a sweet tooth, go for this dish!

This mix is really interesting. The caramel popcorn has an obvious taste to it for sure but the soft serve has a smooth yet savoury taste to it that makes you go think it is and it is not miso. It was a nice way to end the meal although it was a bit small.

Our original reservation was at 10+am, but we ended up leaving to return at noon for their bigger lunch menu. Went straight for this Pork and Pear Tartine and enjoyed it! It was a well-thought out dish - crunchy ciabatta bread topped with a generous portion of caramelised onions, roasted pears, bacon and ricotta. Bread was so nicely toasted and crunchy, and you get a medley of flavours from sweetness, savouriness to a subtle earthiness. That said, it’s best to share as it can get a little sweet if you’re having this all on your own.

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Apollo uses farro grains for their risottos. This one came with miso bacon, oyster mushrooms, fried enoki and an oozy egg. The crispy bits of bacon especially, were a smart savoury touch! Pricey, but we did enjoy the earthiness and good bite.


The sweet, mellow, soft roasted pears worked so well with the generous amount of crispy bacon and creamy ricotta, and when you put all that yumminess on a really good slice of bread — serious toast heaven. What I found to be an especially great touch, was the fried sage leaves liberally sprinkled over. It adds such a surprisingly earthy, savoury, and wonderfully herbaceous note to the toast, completely elevating it imho. What I didn’t really like though, was how sweet the caramelised onions were. They would’ve been fine in dishes without other sweet elements, but here, together with the roasted pears, it made the entire dish a little too sweet for me.


Salmon soba bowl ($18+)

The mix of the bowl was simply delectable! Salmon was well cooked and you can add the sourish yoghurt to pair. However, even on its own, it tastes good. Didnt have any trouble polishing off the entire bowl.