Singapore Cafes

Singapore Cafes

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Eleanor Tay
Eleanor Tay

Truffle Brie Grilled Cheese!! ($13) Couldn't resist ordering this when I saw it listed at the counter! And it definitely didn't disappoint!! The truffle level is just nice (hate strong, fake truffle smells that make me wanna gag) and it's just melted cheese heaven between crisp Pain de mie. I would definitely order this again.

Before I ordered this, I was eyeing other goodies like the Cinammon Rolls and Breakfast Brioche Burger which looked too good to eat. I definitely want to revisit this cafe!

@chuand.co → 15 Lichfield Rd, S556835

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Add $3+ for bacon. I liked this combo with quinoa, avo, pomegranate, bacon. The grain toast was a little too tough and chewy/hard to cut through for my liking. I would order this again… maybe next lifetime when the price isn’t so inflated for avo toast. Cut out the fancy plating or increase the portion I say.

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Fish fillet on a bed of fresh cucumber cubes & edamame, zesty kimchi mayo, avocado, barbecue dressing & furikake sprinkle.

This was a very filling dish with lots of flavours and textures. The sourish kimchi keeps the dish from getting too overwhelming and the battered fish wasn't too oily. Overall a good dish I'd order again.

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Sweet potato latte with fairy floss and a flat white. Basic cafe with nice natural lighting and gimmicky drinks thst are great for photos. A decent cup of coffee if you're not picky. The cafe also serves up Bingsu and toast. Lots of power plugs for those that like to work in cafes. But seeming no free wifi. 🤓

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Although this cos seems to be known for its sweet interior and cakes, I thought the mains were much better. Especially this Prawn Laksa with spaghetti. The sauce was coconutty and creamy with just enough spiciness to get tastebuds tingling.

Cos of National Day, till the end of August '17, the 2nd dish is 52% off when you order either this or the Nasi Lemak.

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Finca Himalayan blend. Nice and easy to drink. Not overly acidic, mild chocolaty flavour. I could have 5 cups of this in a sitting.

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GRAINS — quinoa, bulgar, almond, cucumber, dried tomato, mesclun, avocado, fine bean, pomegranate and yogurt dressing.

More my type of dish—light, refreshing, healthy. Could do with a little bit more flavour for the dressing, but the dried tomatoes and pomegranate did help to add a little bit more sweetness/tanginess.

— Hustle Co. —
52 Craig Rd, Singapore 089690
#HustleCoSG

Craft beers on tap at Hustle Co.
They have a range of bottled craft beers to choose from too.

— Hustle Co. —
52 Craig Rd, Singapore 089690
Opening hours: 9am – midnight (closed Mondays)
#HustleCoSG

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Hustle Co. serves up coffee with beans from A.R.C. A little weak with milk (for my taste buds), I heard the blend is not great as a black coffee as it's a little too acidic. The staff at Hustle do recommend to have the coffee with milk too.

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Stack of 2 fluffy pancakes covered with blueberry compote, a scoop of mascarpone, sprinkle of candied nuts and maple syrup ($18 nett). Honestly the plating could have been a little nicer as it looks really dark and gory in real life. But overall, this is a good dish if you're into pancakes.

For myself I found that the pancakes do get a little overwhelming especially parts where there's no sauce to break through the cake like texture of thick plain pancakes. A little more maple syrup on the side might help.

The space has nice big tables for groups to gather and free wifi! 🤓

— Hustle Co. —
52 Craig Rd, Singapore 089690
#HustleCoSG

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Icy cold, tangy goodness. The type that makes you scrunch up your face when the sourness hits your tastebuds, but you keep going back for more of the icy cool drink to combat the Singapore heat. 🍹

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Can’t really go wrong when you put two of my favourites tastes together with Potatoes and Lup Cheong (preserved sausages). I really enjoyed the rosti part of this dish and could just eat it by itself. Soft shreds of potato flavoured with lup cheong and sesame oil makes it super comforting. Personally, scrambled eggs aren’t really my thing, I’d prefer sunny side ups with oozy yolk instead.
— Froth —
 Level 2, 2 Finlayson Green, Singapore 049247

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