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34 Boon Leat Terrace
Singapore 119866

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Friday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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First time trying soufflé pancakes. Served on a simple biodegradable plate, this unpretentious stack of pancakes was fluffy and pretty good

First, it's Char, of which I've heard conflicting reviews. Second, it's an outpost within another brand. But, it passed with flying colours. Despite coming in cheap cutlery and turning cold, the two leads - pork and noodles - were excellent.

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$14

A must try when you head to Habitat!

Poofy cloud soufflé pancakes served with vanilla Chantilly cream, maple syrup and fresh berries.

The pancakes are soft and fluffy as the name poofy cloud suggests. Eat it while it’s hot to enjoy the fluffy pancakes.

New kombucha bubble tea concept. If it was made to make ppl feel less guilty of normal bubble, then Im sold

Best f&c hands down, with the chunky fillet paired with a crisp finish reflecting the good quality of the catch. While we shop around for the drink (check it out and sip it), the meal is ready. They definitely mastered the vibes for the lazy afternoon, spaciousness and natural light perfect for catch ups.

Futuristic vision of shopping which despite the lil hassles here and there, i still prefer due to the freedom granted

I have to get this out of the way before a table gets tossed over my head: I’m an old-fashioned kinda guy. Aside from the certain fact that I prefer my ducks to be pan-fried rather than sticking them in food condoms before placing them in a water bath, I like cash. I praise the beauty of physical currency, finding joy in rubbing two notes together like Rob Schneider hinting for a tip in Home Alone 2. Of course, none of this information would be pertinent if not for an article detailing my experiences at a larger-than-life bunker-esque food paradise that half the Singaporean population may be familiar with: habitat by honestbee.
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This is the epitome of smart-living. From your first step into the converted warehouse space to your premature exodus, everything is assisted, motivated and carried out with your mobile phones. As a person who is stuck in time trying to maintain a heritage whilst simultaneously innovating and completely fucking over the same idea in deliberate contradiction, I have never been fond of utilising mobile phones for anything other than aimless social media crawls and sprawls. And also for writing an endless stream of paragraphs pertaining to food whilst trying unravel the very notion of pretentiousness at its core. That being said, habitat by honestbee requires a smartphone, an Internet connection and half a monkey’s sanity to traverse in one piece.
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If there’s one thing everyone comes here for, it’s the Poofy Pancakes ($14) by Riz Labo. This ethereal creation features three Japanese soufflé pancakes that are ever so fluffy and almost wobbly to the touch. A dough jelly, if you will. Paired with a ridiculously light and supple topping of vanilla Chantilly cream, the plate was cleared in less than 5 minutes after an almost 2-hour long wait.
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We also tried the Char Siew Rice ($8) by Char, which was a very traditional serving of char siew Brazilian pork belly, bok choy, ajitama and Jasmine white rice. This was followed by a lovely Snapper Fish and Chips ($14.90) from Captain Snapper, which featured a lovely crisp portion of beer-battered snapper and some sriracha mayonnaise to go along with the quintessential chips.

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