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26 Sin Ming Lane
#01-116 Midview City
Singapore 573971

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Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Nice and delicious but the portion is too big for small eater like me..

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With the revamp of their menu, Caffe Zeppin renamed their Seafood Soup to the cheesy (figuratively) Dive Dive Must Eat (S$9.90 with rice, S$11.90 with Udon/Ramen/Bee Hoon).

A warm bowl of soup can never go wrong on a rainy day. Moreover this bowl contains a king prawn, meatballs, sliced fish and clams. It’s kind of an average bowl of soup we got there, but definitely not as economical as their Zeppin Chashu Ramen, which costs only S$8.90.

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The bentos here at Caffe Zeppin comprises a bit of everything: garlic fried rice, chawanmushi, potato salad, tamagoyaki and a choice between katsu, salmon teriyaki/shioyaki and yakitori.

The pork cutlet in their Katsu Bento (S$12.90) seem to be pretty lean and does not feel oily. And their chilled tamagoyaki (Japanese egg omelette) tasted quite smooth and sweet, comparable with those served in Japanese restaurant chains. It would have been perfect if there is a piping hot bowl of miso soup included in the bento set, but this is sort of a decent lunch.

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People who have visited Taiwan before would have fond memories of a local delight like this, or more widely known as 魯肉飯. Essentially plain rice with diced pork and fats slow-cooked to a melt-in-your-mouth experience, Caffe Zeppin serves a similar version of the dish, with the addition of sliced cucumber and an Ajitsuke Tamago (Ramen egg), all for the price of S$6.90.

To be honest, if eating healthy isn't a thing in Singapore, the lean meat can be replaced with more fatty meats for that exact euphoria that I experience in Taipei. But the overall taste of this bowl is really decent for an eatery tucked in Midview City. I love it when the fatty braised sauce covers every grain of rice, but one can request for more or less sauce depending on individual preference.

Now I know where to go to for that quick fix of 魯肉飯, and if I am lazy to come all the way here, I can actually get this food from Uber Eats too! Great convenience there!

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Trekked my way down to Midview City after seeing that they have some pretty legit Taiwanese Braised Minced Pork Rice here. It's a relatively new eatery (5 months old) in the area with an evident Taiwanese vibe, though they do serve quite a variety of cuisines including Japanese and local cuisines.

It's a good bowl of Taiwanese Braised Minced Pork Rice here at $6.90; it only comes in a standard size here and while it's not the flavoursome ones that carry a punch in terms of flavour, it balances out pretty well without being too punchy — not too overpowering despite the lack of pickled greens. I am quite attracted to Braised Minced Pork Rice that carries bits of slow-cooked pork belly — the reason why I made my visit here; the meat being pretty tender and soft with a bite creating a multitude of textures in a single element alone. Personally, I thought that there was ample gravy but I wouldn't mind more for there was a few parts of rice left pretty much alone. The egg was not really up my alley however; felt odd being cold and gave a rather odd temperature contrast — like an attempt of ajitama gone a little wrong. That aside, it's actually good considering it's meant to serve the workers in the big complex that it is situated in, not to mention it's pretty comforting and hearty too.

PS: They seem to serve "Barista Coffee" here rather than sticking with the usual Kopi/Teh option — a cup of Hot Latte costs only $3.80 and is surprisingly decently pulled; the only qualm being the sort of coffee beans that they use which did not feel particularly "specialty". But looking past that, I am actually pretty satisfied!

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