33/35 Kampung Bahru Road
Singapore 169354

(open in Google Maps)

09:00am - 04:00pm

09:00am - 09:30pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 10:30pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE


From the Burpple community

Green is the name of the game . This has all my favourite things . Grapes Pistachios Matcha Honey & Lavender . Bursting with flavour with every lavish bite . Love it !

Kream & Kensho has been on my to try list for a long time, seeing it all over social media. It looks so good. Finally went down to try and I was slightly disappointed. We ordered two K&K Milk Tea ($6.50), a Cheeseburger that came with a side of the Kombu Truffle Fries ($20) and the Sakura Ebi Capellini ($18).

K&K Milk Tea - Nice but would not get it again.

Sakura Ebi Capellini - This was nice and maybe the best out of what we ordered, but the portion was small and I honestly don’t think it was worth the price.

Cheeseburger - My friend did not enjoy it; maybe because we really like black tap’s burger🤣

Kombu Truffle Fries - Average nice but would not get it again.

Overall: It is very aesthetically pleasing and it looks delish in pictures. Other than that, taste is average considering that it is quite overpriced in my opinion. Also very overhyped.

We love the pairing of the different mains ordered and we definitely hope to give this place a return for their desserts treats! 💯 aesthetic pastel vibes, indeed a great place to hang out for your brunch dates with your pals ☺️

Finally visited @kreamkensho by @shermainexk 💕✨ located in the new blooming cafe hood - Kampong bahru near Outram park mrt!☺️ their signature and highlight is the GRAPE & RICOTTA MATCHA BRIOCHE ($13) 🍇 🍵 🧀 all your favourite yet unlikely combi as brunch somehow works really well with the sweet juicy bite that melts into the savory cheese but balanced by the earthy bitter matcha powder👍 definitely one of a kind! The Sakura Ebi Capellini ($18) - the angel hair is perfectly seasoned in the rich unami sauce with mini exploding ikura topping😋 delicious with every bite! I only have one comment for all is that the portions are to small🥺abit like 3/4 to 1/2 of usual sizes at this price? My personal take! But the quality is definitely on point with the Instagram-worthy plating and pastel aesthetic surroundings💘 would recommend for brunch and cafe hopping around the area✨

Located just a short walk away from Outram Park MRT Station, @kreamkensho is a Japanese-inspired café that offers a fusion spread of savoury brunch delights, cakes, artisanal coffees, craft beers and more. They don’t accept reservations, so be prepared to queue during peak hours and weekends.

👉Grape & Ricotta Matcha Brioche - SGD13
Grapes, Red Gum Honey, Ricotta, Pistachio, Lavender, Brioche
📝Definitely a must-try for first-timers! Not only was it aesthetically pleasing, the combination revealed a delicious harmony of flavours and textures.

👉Kombu Fries - SGD12
Straight Cut Fries, Kombu Truffle Paste
📝Served hot and fresh, I love how the fries stay crispy till the end. Generously sprinkled with furikake & kombu seasoning (more hidden below from sight), you may also amp up your fries by dipping into their kombu mayo. Kinda disappointed since it wasn’t trufflelicious...

👉Mushroom Toast - SGD16
Portobello Mushrooms, Mixed Herbs, Scrambled Eggs, Brioche
📝While this dish sounds simple, each component was executed well.

❗️Save a bit by purchasing a SGD20 Cash Voucher at SGD15 on @favesg

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Kream & Kensho
33/35 Kampong Bahru Road, S169354

1 Like

I remember K&K Grape & Ricotta Matcha Brioche ($13+) making waves on my feed when they first opened, and while the combination of fruit + ricotta + toast ain’t revolutionary it did sound rather yummy. So when a friend asked us there for brunch, I knew we’ve got to give that a shot. Let’s start with what I liked: the juicy, plump, skinless grapes were refreshing and an absolute joy to down; and the lavender buds added a wonderful gentle fragrance to the dish, lifting it up without overpowering the other ingredients. I thought the dusting of matcha powder added a nice complexity and balance to the syrupy honey and creamy ricotta as well, though the aesthetically-pleasing-but-unevenly dusting over the honey also meant I got solid bitter clumps in a few bites. I didn’t quite get the crushed pistachios though: they weren’t crunchy enough and didn’t add what I thought’d be a nice toasty, earthy, salty sorta touch. Their brioche also fell a little short for me, neither fluffy nor chewy, sweet nor buttery, and it was also a wee over-toasted so I felt like I was eating a baby wafer with a crunchy exterior and sorta stale insides LOL 🤔