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65 Tras Street
Singapore 079004

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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10 Feb’19, Sat⛅️⁣⁣
📍Baristart Coffee Singapore⁣⁣
- Flat White☕️⁣⁣

Heavy bodied with nutty finish flat white~
Decent but find it a little too pricey...

There are quite a number of seats available, can cater for groups but a little noisy though...

Quite instagrammable if not of the crowd...

Damage: $7.17 (inclusive of svc charge & GST)

Milky puffs that feel like clouds, this was sinfully addictive and oh-so-light👌🏻

Beautifully designed, this chestnut and Mont-Blanc parfait was way better than the Shiro Kuma in terms of taste, though both were instagrammable in their own ways.

Made by stacking several layers, there’s cookies and a bitter-sweet Houji Tea pudding at the bottom, followed by whipping cream (you can’t deny that it’s a good but sinful dessert). Topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream that has chestnut cream piped on the outside; essence of the parfait as you sink into a rich chestnut flavour from the cream made of sweetened puréed chestnut, tiny chunks of chestnut and finally a piece of Feuillantine, flaky buttery crispy. Not to be missed by chestnut lovers.


Mixed Berries Waffle
mixed berry compote, strawberry, blueberry, sliced almond, Biei Jersey milk soft serve

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Tasty cream puff ($4.50) with Hokkaido milk sweetened cream. Returned 2nd time for this. This and coffee is way better than its mains.

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Said to be born in Obihiro in Japan, this hearty bowl of Butadon comes with Hokkaido Nanatsuboshi rice, grilled kurobuta pork belly, mizuna, green onion, homemade teriyaki sauce, sprinkle of shicimi togarashi and served with miso soup.

Although the portion was a little small, the kurobuta pork belly slices, that was laid on top of the fluffy Hokkaido Nanatsuboshi rice, had a balanced meat-to-fat ratio. Drizzled with some teriyaki sauce to add sweetness to the savoury dish, I felt that it would have been better if the pork was grilled slightly longer for the additional smoky flavour. I especially enjoyed the sprinkling of the Shichimi togarashi, a seven flavoured spice blend, that complemented the meat so wonderfully with a kick of spiciness and delicious umami taste. Mouthwatering overall, but I wish the portion was bigger.