64 Prinsep Street
Singapore 188667

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09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm


09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

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The pulled pork, hoison BBQ was not bad. It was pretty fragrant and has a good portion of meat. The chai tea latte could be stronger, as it is not flavourful enough. The berry ricotta pancake was nice and fluffy and has a nice aroma to it.

So glad that I have finally given this a try at Curious Palette, considering how this item had been on my to-try list ever since it’s introduction on the menu here.

Possibly one of the most expensive renditions of Kaya Toasts around at S$10.90 before taxes, the variant here also sees a creative approach of using coffee-infused butter and kaya with old-school toast. The result is something familiar and nostalgic, but with a surprisingly appetising twist — the toast carries that familiar crispness of that found in Ya Kun’s kaya toast; the highlight being the generously thick slab of coffee-infused butter that sits in between the toast. All smooth and luscious, the coffee butter provides the kaya toast with a rich flavour that carried distinct, fruity notes of the espresso used in the coffee butter; all that without clouding the tastebuds with a strong aftertaste — a rather clean finish despite its heavy taste profile. The kaya helps to provide an aptly sweet note to balance off the coffee-infused butter, but does not attempt to overwhelm at the same time.

The item also comes with 2 runny eggs and a small bottle of Espresso Shoyu on the side; a classic and comforting combination with kaya toast as always, though the Espresso Shoyu felt pretty close to a light soy sauce — not necessarily a bad thing, though I kinda expected a slightly fruitier or earthier undertone given its namesake.

Despite its priciness, the Kaya Coffee Butter is pretty much a novelty worth trying for its innovative twist to a proven formula — one that also showcases their knowledge behind their craft as a cafe that is part of the third wave coffee movement; also something that I actually would not mind having again.

While this item is unavailable in their delivery menu, Curious Palette does serve up a dedicated menu for delivery and self pick-ups through their own website, as well as via GrabFood — a great option to grab their White Magic at the comfort of your own home is dining-in isn’t quite your thing at the moment.


By the folks behind @strangersreu & @wakeysg, @curiouspalette is a well-established cafe-restaurant located along the stretch of shophouses at Prinsep Street. Thanks to @entertainersg, we got these for the price of 1!

👉Cray Roll - SGD21.90
crayfish roll, ebiko, prawn mayonnaise, fried capers, fries
👉Prawn, Mentaiko Belacan Pasta - SGD21.90
charcoal grilled tiger prawns, tamarind glaze, sakura ebi

Unfortunately, the mains fell short of our expectations. As you can judge from the photo, the amount of clayfish given wasn’t substantial at all for the price. For the pasta, I have to admit the marriage of Mentaiko and Belacan was a pretty smart move, but the overall execution wasn’t satisfactory. I guess we were just unlucky that day🙃

Free islandwide delivery for orders above $50. Check out the link in their bio.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️

The cray roll ($21.90) melts so softly in your mouth after being freshly cooked 😛 drizzled in prawn mayonnaise gives off a nice end to every bite you take !

Pulled Pork, Hoison BBQ was an amazing choice although slightly salty but worth a try :) ! The pieces of pork just packs a bunch with the different garnishes on top with sourdough 😍

Food : 4/5
Ambience : 5/5
Location : 5/5
Pricing : $$ - $$$

Would i come again ?

Generous portion that I had to take away🤣 tasted pretty good!!

Interesting! First time seeing cauliflower as a main dish. I like the sauce:)