17 Eng Hoon Street
#01-04
Singapore 169767

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

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🥪Signature Har Jeong Gai with Garlic Chye Poh Sourdough
Garlic Chye Poh Bread served with prawn paste chicken, fried egg and in house sweet chilli sauce.
💰$14
🥪Stewed Beef and Cheese with Multigrain Sourdough
Mutligrain sourdough served with generous japanese braised chunk tender, caramelized onions, mozerella and Colby and Cheddar cheese mix.
💰$14
🥪 Battered Fish and Paprika with Sunflower seed sourdough
Sunflower seed sourdough served with fried fish fillet and in house egg mayo.
💰$13.

My fav is the har jeong gai, the chilli not spicy and not too sweet,  and the taste balance, none is overpowering.
And I like all their sourdough bread (baked freshly everyday)
FYI: they sell the bread separately.

Beside the sandwiches, they also sell Assortment of Sourdough Brioche Doughnuts ($23 for 6), and cakes likes Signature Pralet and Sugarfree Kueh Sarlat.

Delivery is free above $120 or within 3km, they are all delivery platform (Grab, Foodpanda and Deliveroo)

To place an order, can visit this link
: https://take.app/a/ordercaffepralet
Or WhatsApp 83180698.

📍Caffe Pralet by Creative Culinaire.
17 Eng Hoon Street, #01-04.

#mediadrop

Not the prettiest of cross sections (I blame P2HA and disposable cutleries), but don’t let that take away from how amazing this Signature Har Jeong Gai ($14) sandwich was. The fried chicken was juicy and tender (albeit a lil soggy cause of the whole takeaway circumstances), the prawn paste marinade fragrant and discernible. Now I like very punchy and aggressive flavours so I’d say they can afford to be more heavy-handed, but that’s not to say it was tasty as it is. Very well-executed in fact, I was very pleasantly surprised. The sweet chilli sauce was commendable as well: sweet enough and not one-dimensionally so, nicely balancing out the fried chicken. Kick up the spice a notch and it’d be perfect. What I loved the most however, was their chye poh sourdough — our bread of choice. It’s kinda like a super savoury and umami a sourdough focaccia with a great crust and soft, fuwa fuwa insides. It’s a shame I couldn’t taste actual bits of chye poh in there, or else I’d buy loaves of this back immediately.

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Good coffee, smooth and not acidic, with decent caffeinating power. The blend is by Sarnies.
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• flat white [$4.50]

With nice decor. Even tho the location seems out of the way, it was pretty crowded for lunch. Students get to enjoy #studentdiscounts here as well. #throwback to the Farewell Lunch for @this_is_pris_ and @natalyaalison. So sad so many ppl leave 😭

The set is SO worth it!! Only available at around 2pm onwards tho I think. The ondeh ondeh cake was not bad, though it was nothing special - the cake layers could be fluffier and more moist. And they offer gryphon tea!!

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Went out and tried the mentaiko battered fish bowl for lunch ($12) the bowl came with battered fish, mentaiko cream sauce, jap rice (customisable), furikake pumpkin and tri coloured slaw. I really liked the slaw it was tangy and cut down the richness from the fish and cream sauce. The mentaiko was not really prominent in the sauce however they were generous with the sauce. Other bowls pictured are the terriyaki chicken ($10) and bulgogi beef rib ($12)
We added a set (+$7) for a drink, soup and cake. Soursop and passionfruit was good with chunks of soursop in the drink. The soup was pumpkin soup, it was hearty however it may not be for those who dislike thick soups. The cake was the signature pralet cake (a rich chocolate cake) which was really really good but I suggest you have someone to share it with as it may be too rich for a single person to finish.
Truffle fries are truffle fries. ($10) Fries with truffle oil parmesan and garlic aioli. The fries were good and the truffle was spread throughout the whole serving. The garlic aioli tasted more like normal mayo though.

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