451 Joo Chiat Road
#01-07 Katong Point
Singapore 427664

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Coffee is the hero flavour here - the beans are grounded in-house for that fragrant and smooth taste, and paired with rum essence into this classic sweet treat.

This quaint cafe along Joo Chiat road drew me in with its vinyl record covers and house of modest yet variated menu. Lady boss was very friendly and patient despite being busy, sharing a flowchart of flavour profiles when asked for a recommendation to find the best fit. Ordered a fruit-infused cold brew tea ($7) because of the non-caffeinated offering and enjoyed how refreshing it was on a hot summer day.

Visited Choice Cuts Goods + Coffee’s new space within the shophouse located at 446 Joo Chiat Road — the cafe was formerly situated within Katong Point, and is one of my favourite hideouts apart from Brawn & Brains within the same neighbourhood given the underground vibes of their former space.

The revamped space is now brighter and a whole lot more Scandinavian as opposed to that of their former location even despite the use of the very same furniture as they had previously, but I am glad that they are still serving up almost the same selection of food and drinks as before. This was an item that I have had my eyes on for quite a while; something which was also unfortunately sold out during my last visit. Going for the chicken bratwurst option (the beef was already sold out when we arrived), there is simply no regrets for this one. It’s a really simple deal here; toasted bread roll, egg mayo spiked with truffle, and a chicken bratwurst in the middle — nothing too complicated nor hidden; really enjoyed that fluffy and light toasted bread that is slightly crusted which holds are firmly to every bite, while the chicken bratwurst comes with a good snappiness as one chews on the meat. The sausage comes just nicely saltish; all that being well complimented by the truffle egg mayo — a mix that was not too creamy, yet carries a whiff of truffle that helps to ante up the flavour profile of the egg mayo without overwhelming the other elements of the entire dish.

Simple as it is, but very satisfying — the Bjorn’s Truffle Egg Mayo Hot Dawg is much like the other items I had tried from their menu; a dish that is pretty straight-up in the face with the elements that they use without trying to be too fancy nor pretentious. Congratulations to the folks behind Choice Cuts Goods + Coffee on the opening of their new space; definitely coming back for more of the Hot Dawg buns, as well as giving that Cheese Pepperoni Pizza Bagel a try soon!


Very strong coffee based Tiramisu, fluffy, drenched and flavourful.

On the less sweet side.

Choice cuts has shifted to next to Cat Socrates!

Hadn't mentioned much about this place, but this had been one of my hideouts for a while within the Katong neighbourhood.

Having started to serve up more substantial food apart from open-faced sandwiches for a while, the Bratwurst dog is something I absolutely dig if I were to crave for something simple, but not quite so. The bread roll is nothing fancy; buttered and toasted, but it is the toppings here that matter — served with sauerkraut for a refreshingly light and sour-ish note and a crunch along with caramelised onions, the bouncy Bratwurst (choice of chicken or beef) comes doused with BBQ sauce for savoury tang, as well as mustard for a slight zing, further elevated by the jalapeño that provides a spicy kick in between morsels of the hotdog roll. Sounds like something one could easily whip up at home, but I must say that it's a well put-together combo; something that I probably would not be able to achieve by myself — probably something that would be inspiring myself to look for great, artisan hotdog buns elsewhere too!

PS: The Espresso Tonic in the background is pretty dope too!


+ a buzzing crowd at the most happening music joint in the east = what a Friday night!