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260 Orchard Road
#B1-02C The Heeren
Singapore 238855

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Been wanting to try the chendol waffles at Hideout for a while. After a failed attempt a few weeks ago when we arrived at 9pm and found the cafe closed, we reached at 8.30pm this time. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the chance to try the waffles once again as they were out of ice cream. This none of the desserts with ice cream could be served (chendol waffles, pulut hitam waffles, ice cream croissant, etc). I was tempted to try their cakes (they had earl grey and chocolate banana) but ended up going for the chendol ($4.50).

Bad choice.

The chendol arrived quickly. The ice, though fine, was completely drenched in sugar syrup. It was WAY too sweet for any of us to take more than 2 mouthfuls. I ended up scooping the red beans and shaved ice at the bottom of the bowl which hadn’t soaked up the sugar yet to eat with the chendol pieces. I did like the texture and taste of the chendol, but the sweetness of the shaved ice really threw me off. We basically left about 90% of the syrup-laden ice in the bowl after scavenging the red beans and chendol pieces.

I’m quite disappointed that I still haven’t managed to try the chendol or pulut hitam waffles at Hideout, but their mains look pretty interesting and I might make a trip back to try. However, the chendol is a no go in my books and I would not recommend it to anyone else unless you have an extreme sweet tooth.

Hidden at the basement of The Heeran, this is actually a good place to have your meal consider they have lesser visitors at the moment.

They actually generous with the amount of chicken pieces and their salted egg sauce was excellent. $12.50

Pretty happy to have found a cafe serving our local dishes with their own system of customisation.
Take this Nasi Lemak for instance. It starts at a price of $8 which I assume, covers the basics of the rice, fried egg, ikan bilis with peanuts, cucumber and sambal. Then depending on what you choose to add, the total amount increases. I picked the Ayam (chicken) Rendang which was fragrant and tasty. The other options listed on the board included Ikan Kuning and Edamame with Corn.
What I found to be the highlight on this plate was the sambal. It’s dryish, more savoury than sweet and when eaten with the coconut milk-rich rice, very shiok.