64 Prinsep Street
Singapore 188667

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09:00am - 10:00pm


09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 12:00am

09:00am - 12:00am

09:00am - 10:00pm

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Prawns were fresh, broth was super satisfying. I love this dish!

Similar to their sister cafés, Curious Palette's waffles are flavorful and also crispy on the outside and dense yet fluffy on the inside. I particularly love the strawberry compote - full of sauce-y strawberry goodness with some of the bits still intact, without the sour flavor as compared to my experience with Strangers' strawberry maceration waffles. The rest of the components feel the same as waffles at their sister cafés.
In frame: Buttermilk waffles with vanilla-infused strawberry compote [$12.9]

Look at that terrible pork rind. I thought these Pork Belly Baos would be a spin off of either kong bak baos or like roast pork buns, but nope these turned out to be — I’m most certainly declaring this — the worst bao creation I’ve had. The description says: pork belly, 5-spice red miso, XO dressed local greens. I expected melt-in-your mouth braised meat with a fantastic miso sauce, shrimpy xo sauce and maybe some slaw of local veggies. Nada. What I got was BOILED pork belly (look at the grey unappetising rind?!) with meat that was crazy rubbery, tough, and completely tasteless. The red miso was insanely salty and unevenly distributed, veggies were simply blanched without any semblance of seasoning, and where’s the XO sauce??? Dude this was so terrible I literally have nothing positive about it I can say.


If you can’t be bothered to read the whole review, the key takeaway is you’ve got to order this. This addictive side sees battered cauliflower florets deep fried then dusted with curry powder, served on a bed of lemon emulsion and a drizzle of mega yumz fish sauce caramel. Sounds funky but it really isn’t. The earth curry notes are super prominent here, especially with the addition of fried curry leaves, making the little cauliflower popcorns extremely fragrant and tasty. Then you’ve got that creamy, slightly tangy emulsion to keep it fresh, and then a umami caramel to tie it all together. So satisfying and exceedingly addictive!!


But I gotta admit the fried chicken was exceedingly yummy. I mean it was nicely marinated, tender and juicy, and had a fabulously crunchy batter that’s very much like what you get from shrimp paste chicken wings, but without that flavour (if you get what I mean). It’s a wee bit salty on its own, but nicely balanced out with slices of fresh tomatoes, simple slaw, and a genius touch of sour plum powder. Now what I didn’t like, was that the toast was perhaps a little over-toasted and lacking that fluffiness a good sando has. Also would’ve preferred if they pounded the chicken so it’s a more even piece that’s easier to bite into? But what really ticked me off was the salad dressing, which I swear tastes basically like pure lime juice emulsified with a bit of oil — crazy sour and like, really guys it’s a rookie mistake come on.


Expect to wait ~20mins for something pretty mediocre. Slightly burnt hotcake, showered with loads of mixed seeds and little berries.