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v creamy & portion was q big! kind of got bored of it after a while though…

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Duck Confit Hash
Price: $22

Pleasantly surprised with this dish! Rosti was crispy, served with perfectly scrambled eggs, generous portion of shredded duck confit and hollandaise sauce. Very delicious, although the shredded duck was slightly salt. Overall, very well paired with the rosti and hollandaise sauce! Will definitely order again on my next visit!

Overall: 9/10 👍🏻

We tried the duck confit hash at Knockhouse Cafe again! The dish comprises a potato rosti, topped with shredded duck confit and two poached eggs! Hollandaise sauce is served at the side to pair with the duck confit and poached eggs! Compared to the previous time we visited, Knockhouse cafe has altered their Hollandaise sauce slightly and it is now lighter and a lot less buttery/flavourful than before. :(

As usual, while the rosti was served hot and crispy (which we really loved), the shredded duck confit was really tough and dry. It might have been overcooked a little, just as it was in our previous visit. Furthermore, the poached eggs were rather tasteless this time round and it does not help that the hollandaise sauce is lighter and less gao than before!

The dish is priced at $20.90++, which is a little expensive given that the dish was a little disappointing. Nonetheless, Knockhouse Cafe has great vibes for you to have a nice chat with friends, although there is a dine-in time limit as the cafe gets pretty crowded later in the day!

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Their salted caramel latte has a strong hint of coffee, but sadly couldn’t enjoy it much with the salted caramel.

They started as Pacamara Singapore here since 2013, before rebranding to Knockhouse Cafe in 2020.

Beside being a coffee specialty place, they do served some decent brunch and main foods as well.

Their truffle carbonara was strong with its truffle smell and flavour, creaming with the carbonara sauce and cheese. There’s also lots of mushroom and bacon, topped with sous vide egg.

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For $17, this dish is for those who are feeling ravenous for breakfast as the serving size is quite big. It can also be too gelat after a few spoonfuls. There was too much truffle oil added such that it overpowered the cheese, which was a pity. The chicken cubes were a bit too tough as well, perhaps it would be better if thinner slices of chicken were used instead.

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