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at Cheeky
Main Dish
SAVE ~$15
Main Dish
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Main Dish
SAVE ~$15
Main Dish
SAVE ~$15

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The white garnishes atop the dish had a taste and texture which resembled that of feta cheese, but is actually pickled cucumber yoghurt relish, according to the menu.

I liked the flavours of the dish, the chicken packing a nice level of heat, and the saltiness and tanginess from the yoghurt relish helping to balance out the spice.

However, the dish was too mushy on the whole, with both the cauliflower “rice” and yoghurt relish being soft. Would've appreciated a greater depth in textures!

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Wasn’t mentioned when asked for recommendations but bagel cravings struck and so this was ordered. Overall was pretty tasty, only gripe is that the bagel was a little tough

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Jot this Neil Road spot down for quiet weekend brunches. Occupying the space of now-defunct Botanist, expect scrumptious brunches like the Cheeky Breakfast Club ($22) — a wholesome breakfast platter including fluffy scrambled eggs, balsamic roasted mushrooms, honey confit cherry tomatoes and a thick slab of bacon. Another must-have is the Kaya Pancakes ($15), comprising fluffy pancakes stacked alongside fragrant house made kaya.
Photo by Burppler Melissa Chue

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[MEDIA] Familiar brunch territory can be found in the Cheeky Breakfast Club [$22], a substantially sized breakfast platter that includes fluffy scrambled eggs (sorry, no chilli crab here), balsamic roasted mushrooms, honey confit cherry tomatoes, spinach, and one of the thickest cuts of bacon I’ve seen.

With such an enticing mixture of aromas wafting from this plate, you’ll be struggling to resist the temptation to dig right in while your cafe hopping buddies clamour for a photo of this beautifully plated dish!

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🚇: Outram Park
💵: $15 - $25
📝: http://bit.ly/chueoncheeky

Follow me on IG @chuepachups for more foodventures and recommendations

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[MEDIA] The Kaya Pancakes [$15] combines the best of both worlds – Western brunch fare infused with local flavours. Made in-house, the kaya sauce adds richness and sweetness to the fluffy pancake, which has been quartered and stacked alongside a medley of fresh berries and jam.

I’m not one to recommend sweets that often, seeing as I’m biased towards savoury food. But believe me when I say the Kaya Pancakes are worth breaking your diet for!
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🚇: Outram Park
💵: $15 - $25
📝: http://bit.ly/chueoncheeky

Follow me on IG @chuepachups for more foodventures and recommendations

Their house kombucha is brewed with high-quality loose leaf tea and made to highlight the floral qualities of the tea. This has a more pronounced sour taste as compared to normal tea. Plus points for the aesthetic, it looks like I'm drinking out of a potion bottle.

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