33/35 Kampung Bahru Road
Singapore 169354

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I rather enjoyed the kombu fries. They were non greasy and the sauce was nice.
Beef was okay, rice was dry, truffle was a gimmick. Egg was more Half boiled than Ibsen. Pickles were good though.

Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup ($16) comes with Murcia Al Vino, Ham, Brioche, Tomatoes & a side of Cucumber Pickles.

Tbh, if you separated the dish into two, their grilled cheese turned out to be a pretty decent croque madame, with a well-packed meaty center & loaded up with LOADS of cheese. As for the tomato soup, while it tastes smokey & slightly tangy at first, the flavour dissolves at the end to give you a watery finish which was a slight turn off. 😕 But I guess the grilled cheese/croque madame made up for it!


Fries were crispy and infused nicely with truffle and kombu. Quite an interesting combination filled with tons of umami. My only gripe is that the seasoning does not really adhere to the fries, though that can be easily fixed by dipping some of the flavoured mayo first. Unless you REALLY love fries, it might be wise to share it with someone as it was quite a large portion. Definitely worth a try!

Price: $18
While the pasta was well cooked and throughly coated, the taste was not mind blowing and rather one dimensional. The portion was more on the smaller side as well. It was a pity that the flavours of the chilli oil and shio overwhelmed the ikura. Overall, worth a try but not a second.

Fries were cold and double/over fried which was super disappointing. I thought this was their famous dish?
Moreover the sakura ebi capellini was $18 for a tiny portion. Super not worth! >

It's been awhile since I last cafe-hop, but finally visited this popular spot that I heard of.

Tried one of their signature desserts - Grape & Ricotta Matcha Brioche ($13). One might find the combination of fruit & cheese strange, but this surprisingly works pretty! The sweet-sour tang of the grapes, paired with the savoury ricotta works pretty well! To top it, a sprinkle of lavender bits perfumes the dish & your mouth. It surprisingly doesn't overpower the other flavours, but gives it a light gentle flavour boost. Probably the thing that sets it apart from other fruit-cheese combinations.

That aside, coffee is pretty decent as they take it from @commonmancoffee ☕️ as their kitchen closes early on weekends, so it's a great tea time spot to be at!