907 East Coast Road
#01-04 Springvale
Singapore 459107

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Saturday:
08:00am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 10:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 10:30pm

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From the Burpple community

@wearelafez is the place for the perfect girly hangout for your 1001 insta OOTDs at every corner😂💕 the gorgeous pink arches and warm hues from their use of red clay interiors and gold accents truly resembles hints of moroccan inspiration 🕌 worth a visit for a unique cafe experience✨ ( recommend their food more than desserts personally😋)

Opened to much fanfare, La Fez Cafe & Bakery is one of the few places which had gotten much hype in social media of the late — located just right beside Kota88 Restaurant in Springvale along East Coast Road, La Fez Cafe & Bakery serves up Moroccan-inspired fare; a spot that Muslims can also consider checking out for how it is Muslim-owned. Do note that La Fez Cafe & Bakery is still in its soft launch phase at the point of writing this post, and they are fine-tuning their operations during this period

One of the items that had gotten much attention online is the Majorella Shakshuka with Feta Cheese — an item which features poached eggs, spiced tomato and pepper sauce served in a traditional tangine; essentially a traditional Moroccan earthenware pot, whilst also served with sourdough toasts on the side. There are plenty of Shakshukas served in other establishments apart from La Fez Cafe & Bakery, and their version was one which I found to be satiating — their rendition does come with a satisfying zing and was pretty refreshing and tangy from the spiced tomatoes; rather tasty especially when dipped with the bread with a slight hint of pepperiness and a slight punch of cheesiness from the Feta Cheese if one manages to pick up a piece. Due to the lack of meat in this variant, there is also none of that gaminess that some may associate with the variants of Shakshuka that features lamb sausage as one of the condiments; instead, this version works pretty well as a brunch item for its bright, tangy notes. That being said, some may find the lack of molten, gooey egg yolks in this version a downer; mostly something that can be attributed to the use of the traditional tangine which helps to keep the dish warm throughout the entire time. Would also prefer if they could allow patrons to switch up the sourdough toast for flatbread; the latter already being an option with sourdough toast to be opted for as a carb for the Turkish Poached Eggs — while the sourdough toast comes warm with a soft and fluffy interior that works great for soaking up sauces like that in the shakshuka, I wasn’t a fan of the sourdough for its slight blandness in general, though was well-crusted on the exterior; not withstanding the fact that serving it up with flatbread may be more fitting to its theme of being a Moroccan-inspired cafe.

La Fez Cafe & Bakery is indeed a promising spot in the east of Singapore dishing out Moroccan-inspired cafe fare — apart from its brunch offerings, the other mains also showcases the use of Moroccan spices and cooking methods, be it being cooked in traditional Moroccan earthenware or baked from their fire oven. There are already plenty of cafes and bistros in Katong to begin with, but La Fez Cafe & Bakery is a spot that would like garner its own following with its unique offerings, not to even mention about how it also dishes out Muslim-friendly fare. A spot worth checking out at least once, especially if already at the neighbourhood.

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