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

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09:30am - 09:30pm

09:30am - 09:30pm

08:00am - 09:30pm

08:00am - 09:30pm

08:00am - 09:30pm

08:00am - 09:30pm

08:00am - 09:30pm

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From the Burpple community

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.


In the heart of Orchard Road, within the basement level of The Heeren building that also houses the flagship store of Robinson’s is the Hideout Care. I had tried their Teh (tea) with “gula jawa” (palm sugar) once before and liked it. So since I was in the area, I decided to grab a bite here.
Ordered two items, one of which was the “wet” Mee Siam (they also do a “dry” one). It was my first time seeing this dish come topped with an onsen egg and served in a bowl with a pair of chopsticks. Makes sense though as the gravy is closer to that of a soup. Nevertheless, it still had sufficient body and was tasty. It’s not too spicy either but they have a sambal that you can add on if you like your food with more heat.


From Hideout Cafe by The Local Box; a new establishment from the folks behind The Local Box at Icon Village. Must say that the Soup Laksa with Soft Shell Crab is pretty well-balanced; not overly creamy but a good balance of both rempah spices and coconut milk — all accompanied with Mee Tai Mak for easy eating. The short noodles were slurpy yet chewy, whilst accompanied with fresh and plump shrimp and a reasonably fresh, Soft Shell Crab coated in a golden brown batter on the exterior that is crisp. $13.80 for a bowl of Laksa can be a little pricey, but the spot does make for an easy place to settle for some food whilst settling last minute Christmas shopping at Robinsons without exiting the building; not to mention this variant comes with Soft Shell Crab as well.