97 Hougang Avenue 8
Singapore 538792

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05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

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Nice, quiet and cosy cafe operated by timbre group. No service charge but you've to return tray. Dogs allowed! Food is decent fusion style.


Another concept by Timbre at Punggol Park. Pet and dog friendly! Simple fusion food at decent prices with no service charge but you've to return your tray.


Beef Stew $10.80++(2%svc + 7%gst)

Five loaves and two fishes depicts the miracle that Jesus performed to feed thousands with just five loaves of bread and two fishes. I believe that is the mission of the restaurant too. Hiring under privileged personnels to serve speaks about their purpose.

I was transfixed when all food and drinks were served 5 mins upon order and all came simultaneously.

I would order a beef stew whenever i see them on a menu without hesitation and it never fails my expectations. The beef briskets were simmered to perfection with a rich broth. The texture were tender yet not losing the bite you expect from a good beef. I could whip up 2 bowls of rice with that. I would personally advice them to add carrots and potatoes to enhance the flavor and contrast.

Remember to return your tray not just to get the $1 back but to help the under privileged to work in a better environment.

We will be back!

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Always good to see enterprises with a positive intent to give back to the society. Great ambience, close to nature as it is "hidden" in punggol park and the perfect place to chill with friends. The food though, was mediocre considering that you can find better tasting and more affordable ones out there. And I would consider the drinks a tad overpriced for a lemon barley drink to be priced at 5 bucks. But I'm willing to pay for food with a social cause.


The dessert selection may be small here, but the Pulut Hitam was one that we enjoyed. Heavy on coconut milk, the Pulut Hitam was served chilled; dense and fragrant with the whiff of the black glutinous rice alongside the creamy coconut milk, the coconut ice-cream helps to enhance the flavours more as it melts into the dessert.


Portion was a little small for $10.80, but I guess the whole idea was to share with some drinks and rice on the side. That being said, the Gaeng Kiaw Wan was actually pretty fragrant without being overly creamy and jelak like how some Thai Green Curry can become — this could however be a little bit on the salty side to some. Coming with chunks of beef and eggplant, the beef could have been a little more tender, but still pretty decent here. Otherwise, a dish that we would prefer over the Crab Meat Pasta here.