63 Kampong Bahru Road
Singapore 169369

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08:00am - 02:00pm


08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

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Grilled chicken thigh is tender with strong herb taste; buns are soft & fluffy; spicy tomato relish aids in balancing out the taste; with fried oyster mushroom that are crispy yet not greasy..

8 pieces of big, firm & succulent meatball with moderate herb taste; with roughly mashed potatoes with adequate amount of moisture; love the flavorful brown sauce; the lingonberries is sour & balance out the meatiness feel; with well-grilled carrot & broccoli; probably the better quality meatball..

Generous portion of Coldwater shrimp in Swedish dill sauce at the side; sauce taste similar to the tartar sauce of McD fish fillet; but is refreshing and appetizing with mild sour; shrimps are fresh & crunchy with natural sweetness; love the addition of fresh tobiko that add crunch; with 3 pieces of lightly crisp toast..

Our Iced Black had some boldness and acidity yes kudos to them, but in exceedingly muted notes. Overall it tasted very flat and oddly a little lukewarm?

Their Mount Sweden I thought sounded really promising, with a frozen espresso mountain, milk, coconut milk, gula melaka, and coffee jelly. But it turned out a lot less impressive It couldve been a fabulous drink if I could actually taste the coffee, but it took waaaaaay too long to melt. Which might have been salvageable with some patience if it were the only frozen component in the drink. In order to prop up that frozen espresso mountain so it looks aesthetically pleasing, there were toooons of ice cubes placed beneath. Which also makes it harder for the espresso to melt + by the time it does every other component just tastes diluted. Down to the individual components: I could taste the gula melaka but it wasnt punchy and sorta tasted like a syrup instead. Wouldve liked it to be more aggressive. Coffee jellys not bad, and I like the balance of milk to syrup theres not too much of either. On the whole, its still a fail for me. It could taste decent at the first sip, but if Im waiting for the espresso to melt and all I get in the end is some watered down milk and sweetener then好ah bruh.

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A rather delightful afternoon treat and walk around the colourful shophouses and rail corridor.

Checked out the new @3 recently; a Nordic-inspired cafe situated along Kampong Bahru Road within the same row of shophouses that one can also find Kream & Kensho, Dolc怬 Patisseire and Strangers Reunion was quite impressed with the minimalist decor and attention to detail in the renovations here with text embedded in the cement floor, as well as that corner with a book-inspired chandelier and a pencil-shaped floor lamp; things that I personally found very intriguing around the space. The menu here comprises of a limited variety of sandwiches/toast and a big breakfast plate dubbed the Viking Breakfast, whilst offering patrons beverage options such as specialty coffee, tea, juices and soft drinks. While I have seen a mix of cakes from both Dolc怬 Patisseire and Olsen Bakehouse being served here through the social media accounts of those who have been to @3 before we made our visit, it was noted that the cakes served during the day of our visit were seemingly from Olsen Bakehouse and The Better Half.

Being at a Nordic-inspired cafe meant that the Skagen Toast here is something that one must try a classic Swedish dish that features shrimp salad on toast. I liked how simple the item was, but yet so flavourful the shrimp served atop the toast was fresh, juicy and succulent; carried a distinct sweetness that is typical of crustaceans, while sitting atop a mix of mayonnaise, sour cream, Ebiko and dill that gives it a slight umami note that binds it with the crunchy leaves of butterhead lettuce beneath with a slight herb-y touch which was refreshing. The toast beneath was sufficiently dense; gave a good chew while the exterior was surprisingly crusty liked how it didnt end up getting soaked from the various ingredients that came over it which is an attention to detail in its plating. An item that would work well for a light brunch plate to pair with a cuppa and a book at hand

Currently in its soft launch phase, I liked how @3s food is somewhat simplistic and fuss-free; not overly complicated, yet well-executed with heart. Hoping that they would expect their menu to include more meat options some day though; a spot that cafe-hoppers should visit!

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