[CLOSED] Cafe Racer

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Tried this place out after a recommendation from my brother! Food took a while to come out even though we were the only ones there, but the food was pretty good and a very good price point. The burger was generous with beef, egg, bacon and 2 slices of cheese. Fries were crispy with a little truffle taste. My husbands fish and chips was not bad as well, but was snapper instead of cod (as stated in previous reviews), with home made chips. My friends snapper burger has a couple of small bones but still pretty good. Prices were nett, so it was a really value for money meal! Will definitely be back!


Cafe Racer's Cheese Burger ($12)
This cheese burger from @caferacersg had honey bacon, Gerkins salsa, tomatoes, romaine lettuce, Spanish onion, a sunny side up and cheddar cheese. At that height, I could only have the burger in parts! Overall decent burger for the price paid but the patty lacked sufficient flavour.

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Fish and Potato Chips ($13)

This fish and chips from @caferacersg is so value for money! At $13, you get 2 slabs of COD fish encrusted in a crispy and delicious batter. Love the soft flaky and moist cod meat hidden within. The homemade potato chips were also surprisingly addictive! Just wished they pinboned the fish better as there were still some stray fish bones I found in there.


Owned by the guys who run the motorcycle workshop next door, this Eastside motorbike-themed cafe near Telok Kurau serves up an all-rounded menu of feel-good food — Asian, Western and everything in between. While inspired by bikers, the cafe offers plenty of classics to keep the rest of the public happy. File this away for eclectic gatherings — prices are reasonable, and there's likely to be something for everybody, be it Thai Roasted Beef Salad ($6), Peking Duck Pizza ($9) or Spaghetti Bolognaise ($8). Burppler Dex Neo was particularly impressed with the Fish N Potato Chips ($13), which sees lightly breaded cod fillets (so crisp yet juicy!) served with housemade potato chips and tartar sauce. For dessert, try the Red Wine Poached Pear ($8), which Burpple Tastemaker Xing Wei Chua describes to be tender and juicy with an alcoholic kick. Yum!
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Dex Neo

Cafe Racer's Peking Duck Pizza ($9)

This newly opened cafe tucked away in a relatively quiet part of the east had a motorcycle themed decor interior. We were quite pleasantly surprised with the more than decent grub served and the prices!

This peking duck pizza 🍕large enough to feed 2 had paper thin crust and generous peking duck toppings. I particularly loved how the hoisin sauce accompanied each bite of the peking duck!


This was recommended by their wait staff, unfortunately it was the weakest out of everything we tried. Not that it's a bad burger, but there's too much going on here and waaaay too big to handle for a burger. 🍔

Consisting of bacon, gherkins, cheese, a grilled pineapple ring, onions a fried egg and the patty, you're gonna have to deconstruct everything to get started.