108 Depot Road
#01-30 Depot Heights Shopping Centre
Singapore 100108

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08:30am - 05:30pm

08:30am - 05:30pm

08:30am - 05:30pm


08:30am - 05:30pm

08:30am - 05:30pm

08:30am - 05:30pm

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Carbonara was quite rich and nicely prepared. Although the portion looked small, the cream sauce and linguine pasta was very feeling. Quite food-comaing inducing (Saying this in the most positive way!!). Good recommendation for neighborhood cafe!

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Yummy chicken burger, made a bit different with minced meat patty and fish crackers on the side. Great for groups!

Nice cozy environment, with pretty fairy lights! Great for groups as they have lots of tables for 4-5pax and even for bigger groups! I recommend for mid-day break!

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The menu is really limited. There’s no pork or beef, and the only item that has chicken, is the burger which is served with side salad and keropok. All other savoury items feature seafood, eggs, or vege. There are no appetisers for sharing and no fries. The flavours are pretty light too. So, definitely not a location for lavish and hearty brunches.

We ordered a French Toast and Prawn Aglio Olio, as well as an iced Latte. Food was alright and I enjoyed my Iced Latte.

I wouldn’t say I was disappointed because maybe I’m just not the right target audience. We also picked this location without checking out the menus beforehand cos we wanted to be spontaneous, and this place seemed to have great reviews (4.9 out of 5 on Google).

That said, the decor is nice and comfy, and it’s a decent choice if you just wanna chill. Just make sure you check out the menu first and adjust expectations accordingly.

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Went on a sunday and the service was quite slow. Ordered a non spicy aglio olio but was served with spicy aglio olio. Still, the pasta was nice. Not jelat or dry. The prawn also fresh.

Depot Heights Shopping Centre seem to be pretty bustling with the new cafes that have sprouted up in the neighbourhood shopping centre of the late — apart from Mad Roasters which has recently opened here, there is also the new Bailey & Whiskey that operates an even larger space towards one end of the mall. The sprawling space, named after the owner’s cats, is warm, cosy and inviting — filled with random mismatched furniture and decor that is close to nature; a welcoming change from the pristine, clean and minimalist cafes of today. The menu items served here are rather basic, featuring items such as pasta, burger, open-faced toasts etc., while also offering bakes and cakes seemingly sourced from suppliers whilst offering specialty coffee, tea and milkshakes for beverages.

Wasn’t feeling all that brunch-y so decided to go for their Carbonara — whilst most Carbonara elsewhere usually involve the use of ham or some sort of cured meat, it is interesting to note that the Carbonara served at Bailey & Whisky comes with a choice of protein — either prawn or salmon. Purists may point out how the Carbonara probably isn’t the dry sort, but I guess the creamy Carbonara still has some sort of appeal with other folks out there. The Carbonara here is nothing short of being creamy — whilst coming with linguine, the linguine felt that it was done a little past al-dente, but I could see how some people may like it done this way. It also comes accompanied with bits of mushrooms and some greens for a wholesome feel; the chunks of salmon does come with a rather distinct note typical of the fish that goes particularly well with the dish; a twist to the usual savoury note of cured meat that is found in Carbonara.

With a tagline that says “when you’re here, you are family”, Bailey & Whisky does feed their patrons like family — hearty portions with an emphasis on wholesome fare, the food here seems nothing short of broth comforting and homey; comforting dishes that is great for the soul. Needless to say, Bailey & Whisky is that sort of spot to hit for those looking for a conducive spot to get some work done alone, as much as it is somewhere for a brunch date with couples and a family-friendly cafe for young families alike (especially after the lifting on dine-in restrictions of two pax) — sincere and unpretentious as they are.