354A Woodlands Avenue 5
#01-01 Lucky Star Coffeeshop
Singapore 730354

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm


11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Rosti was a bit too burnt for my liking. Wouldnt mind eating this if im at Woodlands but wouldnt specially travel for this

Having their rosti with dory fish and chips! Big portion and taste very good for just $12.80! The Rosti is crispy, soft and not so oily pair with their mushroom sauce! Their dory fish is super crispy and big ! can feed 2 pax πŸ˜‹πŸ€©πŸ‘ Recommend to get their western food with their rosti πŸ‘πŸ‘.
πŸ“Ivan's Carbina
354A Woodlands Ave 5, Singapore 730354.
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Do visit Ivan's Carbina if you happen to be stopping by Woodlands, because this is one of the few western food stalls in a coffee shop which sells rosti, and does so at really low prices. For a black pepper chicken chop with a rosti, the dish is priced at $8.50, which is fairly reasonable. This is even more so given that a really generous amount of potato is used for the rosti, and we were really full after the meal.

While we liked the slightly burnt taste of the exterior of the rosti, we felt that potato strips used for the rosti were a little thick, which felt a little strange after a while. Aside from that, the potato could use a little more salt, although that gives you a lot more room to use the sour cream at the sides!

The coffee shop is fairly crowded during mealtimes and it is rather small too, hence you might want to avoid peak mealtimes if you are planning to dine here.


I tried their Garlic sausage rosti and chicken cutlet rosti.
The garlic sausage comes with sunny side egg, meanwhile the chicken cutlet is huge, crispy and not dry.
The Rosti was soft inside while outside some part crisp, some part no crisp, served with sour cream and mushroom sauce.
πŸ’°$8.5 for garlic sausage.
πŸ’°$10.8 for chicken cutlet
πŸ“Ivan’s Carbina.
Block 354a woodlands avenue 5.

My favourite place to get my potato fix! My friends love them too! If you happen to be in the north area, can give this a try! :-) p/s: or use food panda HAHAHA

Made a long journey here, attracted by images of the rosti and their mushroom sauce and the promise of hawker-like prices. Was not disappointed!

Big portion of rosti charred perfectly on the outside (but admittedly, not particularly well cooked on the inside - but it's really difficult to balance both factors) with delicious brown mushroom sauce and an extra-tangy, extra-interesting sour cream which I suspect they add lemon juice to. Bonus points for the fact that they serve the mushroom sauce even if you order just the sausage sets!

Chicken chop ($8.20 with Rosti) was average in all departments; acceptable taste, texture, portion without being anything to shout about nor criticise. Instead, plan for a light brunch and go for the sausage sets ($7.20) which come with a beautiful sunny-side up egg instead.

Wide enough variety of options for which meat you can choose with the rosti set, and respectable prices. Would come more often, if only it were more convenient for me.

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