5 Cox Terrace
Level 2 Fort Canning Arts Centre
Singapore 179620

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09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

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The floral-themed cafe was lush and beautiful. It felt that we were dining overseas as the interior was absolutely charming and dreamy. We had the popular Crossiant Waffle ($24) which came with buttery croffle, truffle scrambled eggs, sauteed mushrooms, tater tots and some greens. I've had some expectations and was left disappointed as the croffle was neither airy nor fluffy. It also lacked the buttery of a crossiant or sweetness of a waffle that I was expecting. The Spicy Squid Tagliatelle ($22) was pretty average as well with light flavours. Still a gorgeous place so I wouldn't mind coming back to try the sweets.

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Squid Tagliatelle - $22
Lovely pasta that’s flavourful, and with a hint of spicy. The taste of white wine is prominent in the dish, and I really enjoyed.
The squid was fresh and cooked to the right tenderness. Plus points for dining in at the restaurant filled with flowers
Le Jardin

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Very limited menu selection of you are looking for mains. Fair enough the draw of this place is of course being surrounded by fresh flowers everywhere but that novelty wears off once the quality of the food is put to the test .

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Hidden behind the swathes of zigzagging paths that lead towards the top of fort canning hill, @lejardinsingapore is found in Fort Canning Arts Centre (where the bicentennial was hosted) -- a location enveloped in greenery. What adds to the ambience is the Victorian-style interior, which is covered in fresh flowers and wallpaper. This cafe is also by the same people behind @cafedenicolesflower but I preferred this cafe over the other because of its fitting location.

What makes a waffle a croissant? I suppose it's the various layers of flakes in the waffle itself. Quite an interesting creation but it wasn't crispy enough. The scrambled eggs, mushroom ragout and pork tolouse sausage were enjoyable but the rest were quite lacklustre.

This place's redeeming quality is solely its sublime ambience. I didn't even feel compelled to try their fancy overpriced drinks. May be worth a try if your an ambience kind of person but food wise, just grab something else at the city hall or bras basah area.

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This pathetic excuse for brunch tasted as bad as it looks. The sunny side egg had absolutely no interesting qualities about it, and the mesclun salad was a sad few strands of greens that felt like residents of the bottom of a salad bag.

I didn't give a 0 rating because the mushroom ragout actually tasted really fresh despite its small size.

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Ordered their Pistachio Raspberry Tart & Vanilla Strawberry Choux & Butterly tea(?).

All very average and sour but preferred the vanilla strawberry > the other one. The butterfly tea just tasted like orange juice to me hahaha