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220 Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574352

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09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 07:00pm


09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

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One of the top cold brews on my list (and generally their coffee is 👍). As its name suggest, the cold brew was more milky in comparison, smooth and slightly sweetened with delicious tones of coffee in each sip. Loving it!

Perfect for cooling down and perking you up from the heat

Pictured are the Summer Soba Noodled ($18), Summer Chicken Stew ($18), Creamy Mushroom on Toasted Sourdough ($14) and Truffle Fries ($9). The chicken stew comes with toasted sourdough, but the broth was watery (we were expecting something thicker/creamier) and not as flavourful as we hoped for, it just didn’t go well with the bread at all. The soba noodles and creamy mushroom however were delicious! Truffle fries are also some of the best in the game.
Also the white cold brew was quite good, seemed to be sweetened with gula melaka which adds a real depth of flavour. The coffee in general was one of the best around, which isn’t surprising since they’re Atlas’s roasted beans.

Cakes taste the sweetest when shared, just like happiness.

It's a tough fight across these three: rasperry curd pie ($8) - strong tangy punch, dark choc cheesecake ($9) that is consistently rich and lemon olive cake ($8) that we felt was a little too sweet with the sugar glaze.

I'll be back to try their other cakes, like the key lime pie!

Overall enjoyable and well-executed for a burger from a non-specialty place - 2 small soft shell crabs, a runny yolk sunny side up, caramelised onions and generous pepperings of furikake, sandwiched between buttered brioche buns. The soft shell crabs were crisp but not over-fried.

It’s pricey for the portion but the quality is good!

One of the better white cold brews we’ve had. It was milky and just mildly sweet, with a delicious bitter tones of coffee. There’s really nothing not to love about this white cold brew!