118 Killiney Road
Singapore 239555

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08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

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What a stylish Cafe right in the Centre of killiney road. Easy access, easy to locate. Beautiful!!
Staff was extremely friendly and welcoming.
I ordered the beef Burger, side salad, Cajun pasta and choco Frappuccino. Everything was nice and wonderfully presented.

The prices are a bit high. I spent around $70 for 2. So this can be a splurge, not your regular Cafe.

Must try once.

Wasn’t particular fond of the banana cream that overpowered the almond cream. But one thing that was on point will be the thick chocolate drizzle over the flaky croissant.

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Croissant was no doubt flaky and buttery, topped with crunchy almond flakes. Just felt that the almond cream spread between the croissant could be less sweet as it overpowers the taste of the croissant.

Pretty impressed with the coffee here. Coffee was strong and milk was froth well with a rich creamy texture.

This was such a delightful, refreshing salad. ($12.90 + $4 for chicken) The salad base consists of kale, lettuce and spinach and its sprinkled with cranberries, crunchy red apple, pecans, feta, edamame, cherry tomato and quinoa. The salad was drizzled with a lemon oregano dressing and also came served with a slice of toasted brioche. Somehow everything just worked and all the flavors melded together beautifully, with the different contrasting textures and flavors. And it was surprisingly filling paired with the chicken and bread.

Its very clean and fresh-tasting, but definitely needed the extra boost of protein from the chicken, which tasted pretty average and definitely not worth $4. The brioche too, was rather dry and crumbly, but still had a nice rich milky flavor.


Upon my first sip of this coffee I was so immediately impressed that I ordered another ($5.80). ABC gets its beans from Toby's Estate, a local specialty coffee roaster.

The nutty flavors were not subtle at all, and just hit me like a flavor bomb. It is a crisp, full-bodied coffee with a low acidity, which gradually increased as it cooled down. I didn't let it cool down much though, the cup was gone before the coffee had turned lukewarm.

And the cafe itself is gorgeous too; such a cosy, inviting environment to do a spot of studying.