64 Prinsep Street
Singapore 188667

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Thursday:
09:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
09:00am - 12:00am

Saturday:
09:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
09:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
09:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
09:00am - 10:00pm

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I've heard raving reviews of the white magic coffee and had been wanting to get a few bottles for the husband (then fiance) during the circuit breaker period but was constantly missing out on the order slots! Am glad that we finally got to try it this time and my, the smoothness and creaminess of the White magic was indeed, m.a.g.i.c.a.l. Priced at $6.90 per bottle, this is rather steep but I'd say, worth it. It's perfect for coffee starters, and peeps who generally do not enjoy particularly strong coffee. There's no strong acidity in this, nor was there any bitterness or sudden, strong hit of coffee-ness at first sip. I love how the coffee flavour emerges slowly with each sip, and particularly how creamy and smooth this drink is!

This has got to be the brightest-coloured dish on the menu. And it indeed was as bright as it looks. The bright orange and red hues definitely lit up the face of the hubs, who's a great fan of Asian and Seafood. The tiger prawns were grilled to perfection; was juicy and tender. The pasta was cooked to al-dente, mixed with belacan mentaiko mix which oddly went all. The mentaiko paste/gravy did not taste artificial (ie. something out of a supermarket tube) nor was it overly salty. It was a heartilicious asian fusion pasta!

Asian twist to the Western brunch featuring 3 slices of sourdough toasts served with one generous pile of pulled pork, topped with shallots and runny sous vide egg. The hoisin BBQ sauce added a sweet-salty mix to the tenderlicous pulled pork. As with most hoisin BBQ sauces, the hint of BBQ was pretty mild; subtle enough for flavour. Sous vide egg passed the runniness test - it oozes out nicely in the mix of pulled pork and I found great satisfaction witnessing the gooey mess in my bowl. Scooping up a bite with one fork and having a bite of the sourdough at the same time brings so much comfort to start the first meal of the day! I'm not a fan of shallots and I think I definitely refer it without the shallots!

It’s been a few years since my last visit here and I’m glad that some things don’t change (‘: the hotcakes are still super fluffy!! Comes with vanilla bean ice cream, berry compote, fruits and seeds☺️

Pro tip: order this first! It takes 30-40 mins to prepare so you can enjoy your mains first and it comes right in time as a dessert.

though it wasn’t fall off the bone or melt in your mouth tender, it was still tasty, esp with that brown butter soy sauce!!

cut a slice & wrap it in the lettuce provided together with pickled seaweed & a dollop of yuzu kosho - it’s the best pairing

Waffle is slightly crispy outside, inside is soft with right amount of moisture; taste quite bland on its own; big scoop of vanilla ice cream that is enough to cover the whole waffle & not too sweet; wild berries compote is not too sour or sweet & with lots of soft juicy berries; with caramelised banana slices that add some sweet smoky taste to it & complement the ice cream waffle well..

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