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Bistro And Cafe

Bistro And Cafe

Featuring The Bravery Cafe, Wimbly Lu (Tyrwhitt), So France, TP Tea (Changi Airport Terminal 2), Yifang Tea, Sbagliato Kitchen & Bar
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Small and chewy pearls, strong brown sugar flavour.

Sugar level and ice are prefixed. Cheese topping is very fragrant but would be better without sweetness (personal preference) as the sweetness kicked in before the tea aroma.

Perfectly poached eggs and hollandaise sauce, coupled with crunchy toast and good chicken ham, this dish will give a satisfying meal!

One for sharing as the portion is pretty big. The crust is layered which some may enjoy. All in all, it is an average dessert.

Part of the lunch menu, thick creamy sauce to go with tender bite-sized chicken. The mashed potato is a tad dry in an otherwise refreshing tomato-based sauce.

Part of a lunch set. Good cheese and ham! Would love to have a bigger portion!

Interesting coffee with strong hint of lavender. Food was good. Will be worth another visit for other dishes in the menu.

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