283 Joo Chiat Road
Singapore 427537

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
08:30am - 05:30pm

Thursday:
08:30am - 05:30pm

Friday:
09:00am - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 03:00pm
06:30pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
08:30am - 05:30pm

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Reviews

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Ordered a Florentine and Wagyu Beef Sando. The price is way too steep for what we ordered. The $25 Florentine hardly had chunks of crab meat in them instead we had shredded bits of crab meat, bits of spinach with a poached egg on top of a small muffin. It’s not value for money. The $26 Wagyu Beef Sando was slightly better as the beef was tasty but the whole sando had a one note taste which was a smoky flavour with hints of bitterness. It was a bit boring after a few bites. The togarashi fries was good though and was the scene stealer in my opinion. Also, we felt hurried to vacate the table as there was a queue waiting and the waitress kept walking around and checking to see if they could quickly clear our plates. Was also shocked that they charged $12 for a yuzu + lime meringue pie.

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Best of both worlds, these fried mini doughnut balls are filled with mochi and tossed in brown sugar; and served with a scoop of salted Hokkaido milk ice cream. Each small dough ball had a nice crisp on the outside while the inside was soft, airy and chewy. I would recommend having them on its own to enjoy the slight sweetness and texture from it.

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These little dumplings were tasty and had a subtle sweet and tangy taste but not mind-blowing. I felt that it could have been better if the pumpkin taste was more accentuated and roasted to boost the overall flavour profile. Worth the try though and good for sharing.

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The wagyu sando was luxurious yet simple with small slabs of marbled beef wayu meet wedged between soft, crustless bread. Compared to other sandos I've had, this version was light and clean with the strong beefy taste coming through clearly without being covered by any sauces or caramelised onions. The meat was firm yet juicy and tender, and the accompanying togarashi fries are definitely top on my list.

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Chilling at this lovely cafe. Seated by the window for people watching

Many places fail to nail hollandaise - it's either too sour, too thick or too tasteless. The miso hollandaise here hits the right notes, silkily buttery and replete with umami, dressed over runny poached eggs, sancho pepper glazed ham, and wilted wasabi spinach. The hash brown on the other hand, was an afterthought. Nice enough as it was, for this price, I expect the best damned eggs benedict in the world.
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Taste: 3/5

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