51 Upper Serangoon Road
#01-59 The Poiz Centre
Singapore 347697

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Thursday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Tried their Hybrid Waffle ($14.90) & this was the mains that we enjoyed the most! πŸ’—
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Featuring homemade Belgian waffle πŸ§‡, grilled bacon πŸ₯“, sausage & sunny side egg 🍳 with a drizzle of maple syrup, this classic eat was a hit! βœ”
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Albeit not the best, the waffles were pretty good - not too dense & i loved the aromatic sides with a slight char! 🀎 Eggs were perfectly runny & the balance between sweet & savoury on this dish was on point. πŸ˜‹

Tried The CRAB ($13.90)! πŸ˜‰ Featuring tomato relish πŸ…, deep-fried softshell crab πŸ¦€, poached eggs 🍳 with a drizzle of homemade Thai sweet chilli sauce 🌢, I can see why this would be a popular dish at this price-point.
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While I adored the overall taste of the dish - the tangy tomato relish with the sweet chilli & savoury crab πŸ˜‹, there were definitely areas for improvement in execution.
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The poached eggs were over-cooked πŸ˜” & non-runny, while the chilli sauce made the crab & sourdough soggy - would have preferred the sauce on the side. πŸ‘ŒπŸ» The salad on the side πŸ₯— lent a refreshing touch.

The Poiz Centre seems to house quite a number of interesting tenants under its roof, including Ho Jia Ga which serves up the Taiwanese classic Sausage with Sticky Rice ε€§θ‚ εŒ…ε°θ‚ , and Ms. Durian which specialises in durian desserts and pastries.

Juparo Coffee is one of the newest tenants to have moved into the mall, situated along the perimeters of the building without having to enter the mall to gain access to the cafe. Whilst serving up quite a variety of all day brunch dishes, pasta and mains alongside a small selection of cakes and desserts, Juparo Coffee seems to offer quite an extensive menu for its coffee selection that includes the Kogeta Cappuccino (similar to a Creme BruΜ‚lée Latte), siphon and pour-overs, as well as Long Neck (i.e. Cold Brew with an Espresso punch). One of the all-day brunch items that caught our eye was The Crab β€” Sourdough, Tomato Relish, Deep-Fried Soft Shell Crab, Poached Eggs and Homemade Thai Sweet Chili Sauce. It offers no surprises, being what it essentially is in its description β€” the sourdough being a little tough and difficult to chew as one has to wrestle through the slightly limp crust. But otherwise, the entire affair was pretty decent β€” runny poached eggs with a molten yolk that eagerly bursts as one pokes through the egg with a fork, while the soft shell crabs were crisp and reasonably fresh without carrying a heavy, muddy flavour. Felt that the dish could come with more character if the tomato relish and the Thai sweet chili sauce could be mixed together instead of occupying different parts of the bread to give a sweetish tang. Coming with garden salad on the side, the garden salad comes dressed with lime(?) dressing that carried a visual aesthetic close to mayonnaise; pretty refreshing whilst providing the dish a wholesome feel.

Given their special concoctions of specialty coffee here, Juparo Coffee seems to be a spot that would serve the residents around Potong Pasir pretty well with decent food offerings and interesting beverages; the friendly neighbourhood hangout that residents will grow to appreciate having here.

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