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Cafe Food

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Pat Jon
Pat Jon

One of the better french toasts that leaves you satisfied. Great for a filling breakfast if you're craving for something sweet. Liked that the sauce was milk instead of maple syrup, since the toast was already sweet enough on its own. The rhubarb was a nice decoration but didn't go well with the dish for me.


Although this is listed as a side dish, this was surprisingly filling and it is best shared by at least two people. This is your usual mac and cheese, with a generous serving of mentaiko paste and tobiko on it! Note that the dish also contains prawns, and hence may not be very suitable for those who do not like seafood. Pretty great dish for $16++.

Cafe was full when we went at 8.30 am on a public holiday and we had to wait for 45 minutes for a table for two :( so do be prepared to queue!!

For only $4.50+, this was a really big chocolate danish! I think dark chocolate was used as the filling was slightly bitter. However, this item tasted pretty normal and I would go for the croissant or Kouign Amman for future visits.

Do visit this outlet early because it gets full by the time it is 9 am!

For $17, this dish is for those who are feeling ravenous for breakfast as the serving size is quite big. It can also be too gelat after a few spoonfuls. There was too much truffle oil added such that it overpowered the cheese, which was a pity. The chicken cubes were a bit too tough as well, perhaps it would be better if thinner slices of chicken were used instead.

The duck confit was really tough and it required quite a lot of effort to chew :( It would have been nice if the dish was served with a more generous portion of hollandaise sauce as well. However, the poached egg was cooked to our liking and that was nice. Overall, we felt that even though the amount of shredded duck meat was rather generous, the dish was a little too pricey ($20.50++).

Pasta was cooked al dente with a very generous serving of clams for only $19++ (before Burpple discount). Tom Yum flavour wasn't very strong, with only a mild tinge of spiciness and sourness. Interesting combination for folks with lower spice tolerance levels 😋. My only issue with the dish was that the amount of noodles wasn't enough to fill my tummy. 😔

This was the cake of the day! Lemon cream was a lot more overpowering than the osmanthus, so the dessert ended up being a lot more on the sour end. Definitely refreshing to have it at the end of your meal but the sourness may not be to everyone's liking.

The cafe was a really chill place and the interior was rather empty on a Monday evening. Al fresco dining areas were still taken up as it is a popular spot for people with pets.

Delicious almond croissant for $4.50++. Crispy on the outside, but sweet and buttery on the inside. Only wished it were warmed up a little further before it was served :)

This is my go-to item if I head down to Butter Bean for breakfast. The chicken cutlet was certainly crispy and the curry sauce is slightly sweet and goes very well with the fried chicken. Out of the four sauces, I think curry sauce would be the best for this item, followed by the BBQ sauce! It would be better if the stall was more generous with the sauce! For only $6.80, you can get the sandwich and a large drink 😋

This was actually not bad... considering the reviews that I have heard about this restaurant. The outside was lightly charred and crispy, while the inside was soft, fluffy and smoking hot! Do try the souffle with and without the chocolate drizzle, as the chocolate sauce is sweet enough to substantially change the taste of the souffle!

For $22++, the dish includes two fluffy pancakes which were of the softer and more moist variety. The pancakes were covered with crumbs, as well as caramelized fruits and walnuts, and were topped with a layer of caramel sauce! I thought there was a very nice balance of sweet and sour in the dish. However, the serving was huge and way too much for my breakfast, as I started getting satiated from the pancakes after a while.

Soufflé Pancake layered with homemade sweet cream and sprinkled with cocoa powder and berries, topped with espresso ice cream. $19.90

The staff informed us that the pancakes require a 20min wait but the wait was v well worth as the pancake was so fluffy and bouncy. The cream was just nice and not too gelat as well. (I could have eaten the whole plate myself.) The espresso ice cream was average compared to ice cream cafes but it's okay as the pancake is the limelight of the dish. Definitely one of the best soufflé pancakes around. 👍👍👍

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Pat Jon

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