200 South Bridge Road
Singapore 058749

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08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

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Waffles definitely were reminiscent of churros in smell but not in taste which was fine, as they are usually deep fried and that was not the taste we wanted. The lemonade was delightful and did not have a bandung taste from the rose, which with the lemonade would have been strange. And the foam with the tea was delightful!!!! Lovely place to eat and work in!!

Finally got to try this after watching shokugeki no soma

It was an interesting experience pouring the bacon green tea broth over the bowl of brown rice and salmon.

The broth balanced out the fishy taste from the salmon which made the overall taste so light and refreshing.
The salmon skin was slightly crispy while the flesh was smooth and soft🍼

The cafe was very pretty and chill, suitable for doing work.

Overall, it was a very comforting meal😚

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Great place to chill n have a chat with friends over coffee.

My turn to have this salmon ochazuke!! Once again, grids and circles is a really cosy spot but it’s getting crowded (especially lunch crowd)! Other than that I did enjoy my lunch which tasted really healthy but the flavours went well together - the Dashi was light and when poured into my rice, went well with the salty earthy flavours of the rice and other ingredients! Liked the salmon which has a crispy skin :-)

Absolutely didn't expect this to be so good. It doesn't pack a lot of flavour but you can taste the freshness and earth-iness of each ingredient! Great work plating the dish too. Loved it! 😋

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Both of the dishes were done in a really healthy fashion. Not my kind of dish, but jf you enjoy light and clean flavors, this might be your thing!

The salmon dish came with a seared salmon fillet atop a bed of grains. The most exciting part is when you have to pour the broth into the dish. The broth lends the dish its deep savory notes with an ocha fragrance. The key component comes from the dollop of crimson sour plum paste. It lifts the flavors of the dish and adds another another dimension to the flavor palette. Highly recommended.

The pork bowl was quite meh. I wouldn’t pay full price for it but i would say they were quite generous with the meat slices. If you dont want seafood, this would be it.