Lola's Cafe (Simon Road)

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Hello there, welcome to your backyard café. It’s cozy, it smells of great food and freshly ground coffee. You must have with you everyone and anyone who matters to you for maximum enjoyment. When Lola’s Café was first conceptualized, there was one binding thought that was not to be compromised; Lola’s was going to be a playful and casual environment where you could get honest, unpretentious comfort fare in the company of great friends. We insist to serve only the food & drinks made with great love because food served from the heart is the most delicious.

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Had the brunch menu this time round. Ordered the Lola's Breakfast ($19), Crab Cake Benedict ($19) & Lemon Meringue Tart ($7). I like that the Sourdough is toasted with butter and the bacon was quite meaty. Tater Tots was crispy which is better compared to when I had it for dinner previously. However, the scramble egg was disappointing as it is on the hard and dry side. The Crab Cake Benedict was delicious as the poached egg moist the handmade crab cake so it wouldn't be dry. The lemon meringue tart was quite flavourful to me with all the sour lemony flavour


To be honest, my friend and I initially saw the dinner menu and it looks normal even though many people talk about how good is it and wanted to go elsewhere. However, we decided to continue with the plan as if we don't go, we also don't know where else to eat.

We ordered the Tuscan Seafood Stew ($20), Grilled Kurobuta Pork Collar ($20) & Nacho Cheese Tater Tots ($11). The Tuscan Seafood Stew initially I was no expecting much. However after the Stew came, I was surprised the amount of seafood and its large choice. The sourough is really big and tasty by itself, let along dip into the sauce. The Pork Collar looks disappointing when it came as it is small and looks like just fats. However I was proven wrong once again as there is lots of lean meat and the pork although is grilled, the layer around is crispy which really shocked me. Lastly, our neighbouring table had the taer tots and I decided to get it too.

Crispynes wise is not there but flavourwise really packed the punch and the nacho cheese taste like smoked type which is delicious.

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Nicely cooked quinoa base with sesame dressing!


Cheesy Tater Tots ($11) will probably be a favourite dish to share, as this came as a pretty huge portion that is good for 3-4 to share. Each piece has a satisfying crunch, with a creamy potato within! Love how they are very generous with the cheese sauce and it is a wonderful addition to the already addictive pieces of mini hash browns.

Had a lovely dinner, will be back again!


The Soy Garlic Chicken Burger ($16) came with a pretty massive fried chicken patty. The crust is slightly crispy and the chicken was really tender due to the use of thigh meat! Definitely well seasoned, the soy garlic flavours were powerful. Look out for the yuzu mayo they put on the burger buns, as they complemented the patty really well by adding a little tartness to the dish. I actually prefer to have the pickled radish on the side instead. A wonderful dish overall!

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Been some time since I've been to Lola's and so many things has changed, including their menu!

We got the Duck Confit with Truffle Mash ($18) and we loved how tender the duck meat was. Really succulent, every mouthful of the duck meat paired with the mash and the sauce was a burst of flavours. Though the mash didn't have much truffle taste, it was creamy. The sauce reminded me of a good meat stock, with additional balsamic vinegar to ease the fattiness. Loved how they added a few pomegranate seeds for citrus touch to cut the heavy flavours!

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