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Located at the foot of Mount Faber, the junction of Wishart & Morse Road. Serving coffee, all-day brunch, and many more. Call 63520768 to make reservations.

16 Morse Road
Singapore 099228

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

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Truffle Fries [$11] or Salty Fries? Can’t really taste the truffle flavour but undoubtedly it is still nice because of the saltiness :p

Drink more water though.

Tried the Pork Chop with Sweet Potato Mash [$20] and it’s gooood. The meat is tender with the right amount of fats :p Not a fan of sweet potato and veggie but I managed to finish almost all of it (perhaps to balance with the sinfulness of this dish and truffle fries :p keke)

Pardon the poor quality picture but this dish is 👍

Absolutely loved this dish! The salmon was cooked to perfection as it was flavorful yet moist. The roasted vegetables may look unassuming but they sure packed a punch taste wise. Portion was generous and made for a hearty lunch. Used burpple 1-for-1.

Ordered the Chilli Crab Pasta ($18) and Truffle Mushroom Bacon Pasta ($17). Both were tasty. The chilli crab pasta had a slight tinge of spice and the serving size was different. I recommend to make reservations as the place was full on a Friday night.

Ambience was nice, recommend to come in small groups. The curry was too spicy for my friend and I, but the cauliflower in it was delicious. Bread was toasted to crispy. We ordered the waffles with ice cream to “cool down” our stomach and it was delicious! The chocolate ice cream was yummy. There was home made salted caramel sauce drizzled on our waffles, which complemented with the dish well. Would come here to try other dishes again.

pasta was good!! a little bit too al dente for me but was good overall. sauce had that spicy kick and the soft shell crab was tasty :-)