Good ol food

Good ol food

Featuring Lola's Cafe, One Man Coffee (Upper Thomson), King Of Fried Rice (Golden Mile Tower), Cafe Milligram, Wursthans Switzerland
debs  lee
debs lee

beef burger: patty was soft and juicy and very flavorful! caramelized onions were sweet and egg was runny!! truffle fries were also crispy and the taste of truffle was very distinct.

crab cake benedict: swapped out poached egg for scrambled eggs because my mum has something against runny yolk but it still fit the dish pretty well! flavour of the crab came through and meshed well with the sauce but might get a bit jelak after awhile.

miso salmon bowl: salmon was a tad dry and there was a bit too much sauce on the quinoa which made it quite salty! appreciated the avocado, hanjuku egg and baby corn though!

iced latte: flavour of coffee was decent but wish it could have been slightly richer.

(not pictured) chocolate hazelnut waffle: waffle was superb but ice cream was a little bit too sweet. the fresh blueberries and strawberries helped to cut through some of that though!

service was impeccable and servers were really friendly and helpful. definitely one of my favorite cafes in singapore (:

for the price, the mains (chicken pomegranate salad and all in brekkie) are pretty decent! just a gripe is that the bread for the all in brekkie was SUPER toasted aka biscuit-level crispy, and the bacon was crazy salty.

the cold brew was a major let down for a place that's supposed to pride itself on its coffee :/ it had a very weird, unpleasant, flat and almost stale aftertaste and i could not even bring myself to finish it. one of the most unpleasant coffees i've had in my life and i have had MANY mediocre coffees.

got the yakiniku beef bowl, pesto gnocchi, truffle fries and iced white (unsweetened).

beef bowl: was not expecting much for a

Do note that the menu is different from what is on Burpple.

Base price ($14.90)+ Pork escalope (+$1), Fried egg (+$1), Signature rosti (+$1), Dijon mustard
- Pork escalope was tough to cut and mega salty
- Fried egg was a fried egg
- Rosti was quite nice and crispy

Base price ($14.90)+ Grass fed ribeye 180g (+$4.50), Fried egg (+$1), Signature rosti (+$1), Sour cream (+$0.50)
- Steak was pretty tough and a bit burnt
- Fried egg and and rosti were pretty good

OVERALL: the meats were quite a letdown but the rosti and fried egg were pretty good. Would definitely not recommend without burpple beyond and would also suggest to try different meats. But was not a super bad experience because I have low standards for food.


Pork chop was juicy and the charred bits added a really nice touch and the fried rice was indeed flavourful. BUT we ordered at 5.50pm on a Saturday and only got our food at 7.20pm and had to stand around about 30mins before getting a table. It's good but not 1.5 hour wait kind of good ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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