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Carpenter and Cook

1871 Wishlisted
~$10/pax
A vintage home store and cafe, selling carefully curated furniture, home decor, fresh home-made baked goods and confectionery. We also provide dessert tables, styling services, vintage props and decor for weddings, parties, photoshoots and more.

19 Lorong Kilat
#01-06
Singapore 598120

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Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
09:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Thick cut of brioche french toast topped w fresh fruits, almond & lightly drizzled w syrup. This was pretty good! It came w 3 thick slices of brioche which were soaked w loads of egg which we appreciated bc it made it v french-toasty! The sugar-coated almonds & fruits were a nice touch as well. It’s quite a hearty dish, so it’s v worth w the entertainer 1-for-1!

Pulled pork eggs benedict served w homemade cornbread, hollandaise sauce & salad. Eggs were nicely poached & pulled pork was tender & well-seasoned. However, the cornbread was a miss for us. Although they were v generous w the cornbread, we felt like the texture & taste (it was pretty tasteless in our opinion as the pulled pork overpowered it) didn’t go well w the dish & we would have preferred a more flavourful buttery crispy croissant roll instead (like those served w their salmon eggs benedict)! Salad was pretty good tho. There was a 1-for-1 on entertainer, so we would say this is quite worth for the price! All prices r net as well 👍🏼

Used entertainer 1f1 here and paid $17 nett for a really good brunch. I must say the eggs Benedict here is one of the better ones out there in the cafe scene - the poached eggs were perfectly golden and runny, the hollandaise sauce provided was just the right amount, the pulled pork (generously served in a whole heap) was juicy and sweet and to me, the star of the show!! - the croissant rolls that were so crispy, the flakes would fly as you sink your knife through.

A nice cafe with vintage decor and chill vibes 😌 waited around 30min for a seat on a weekend but noticed that the crowd subsequently cleared up around 1+ so maybe coming a bit late would be better

This cake was love at first sight 😍 if you like cedele’s carrot walnut cake, then this cake ain’t gonna disappoint! I enjoyed the dense sponge cake paired with the light and fragrant pistachio butter cream (just the right amount and not too sweet!) to make it sufficiently moist. The tart raspberry jelly layer provided a good contrast as well. And I mean, just look at that generous amount of roasted pistachios all on the top!!!

Undeniably, the price pretty steep for a slice of cake but rest assured, you get good quality ingredients and a lovely cafe experience in a vintage set up :) Pretty sure I’ll find myself craving for this cake from time to time...

The large passionfruit meringue tart is always sold out by mid day, so we settled for a slice of their lemon meringue cake ($8)! This was surprisingly delightful, with lemon curd layered in between vanilla sponge and topped with torched meringue. Would have liked the lemon curd to be a tad more tart, but I really enjoyed this!

Had to wait ~ 20 min to get a seat on a weekend afternoon! Thought we’d try something different by getting one of their savoury pastries. The ham & cheese croissant ($6.50) looks rather underwhelming, but it maintained a crisp exterior. The inside seems denser than their plain croissants, which is a pity as the buttery layers were not appreciable. The melted cheese ties the ham in nicely!

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