Chill Out Cafes

Chill Out Cafes

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Somehow don’t feel so guilty eating a cake like this πŸ˜„

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Fluffy pancakes with crusty edges served with light syrupy kaya and maple syrup ... nice but we couldn’t finish the four pieces of pancakes even though we shared. πŸ˜…

Decent nasi lemak. The fried chicken strips were good and the otah tasted good (but a little too soft for me). Wish there was more chilli. It’s expensive at $13.80. If you order a second main course, you will get 50% off so it’s better if you are there with a friend.

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Always enjoy the tarts at Drips. This one did not fail me too.

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The coffee here has never failed us, including this very solid cold brew white which has a good intensity of coffee!

Presentation was not the most exciting because of the colours but it was one enjoyable dish. The potato hash was homemade and fried to a nice crisp. Eggs were nicely poached and went well with the bratwurst and potato hash.

The tasty beef patty was juicy and well complemented by the crunchy cheese crust. Served over a slow cooked egg with spaghetti in a spicy tomato-based sauce, the dish was bursting with flavors! Best for sharing as the flavors were pretty intense.

This is a down-to-earth, unpretentious cafe. The smoked salmon, avocado, cream cheese and red cabbage were sandwiched between 2 slides of toasted multigrain bread along with a side of baby spinach salad ... tasted good and the portion was substantial.

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Back to try other items on their menu and was certainly not disappointed. Both items were executed well and very enjoyable!

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I love fresh bakes! It was rather difficult to decide what to order cos I wanted to try so many things. Settled for a cherry scone that was served with whipped butter and jam. I like the crusty scone but wish it was a little more moist inside. But the butter and jam complemented it well and overall, it tasted good.

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Bright airy cafe that’s popular with both families and working crowd. Tried the Mario Truffle which is truffle scrambled eggs on toasts with enoki tempura. While the truffle fragrance was evident, the scrambled eggs was bland unfortunately. Perhaps next time I should try their pastas which seem to have better reviews.

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