1230 Upper Thomson Road
Springleaf Nature Park
Singapore 787129

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Saturday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

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Lowef Shack is 5min walk from Springleaf MRT near the nature park. Open outdoor dining concept. Relax vibe. Ordered their Eggstatic Sando ($6) with a serving of bacon at additional $2. Thick toasted brioche, still soft and moist at the centre. Generous portion of scramble eggs. Capaccino will be $1 off if you order together with breakfast. Coffee is just average.

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Came here on Sunday for breakfast. Just 5min walk from Springleaf MRT. Tried their burger (no meat), comes with with scramble egg ($8) . Ordered avocado as add on. Moist burger and scramble eggs are done well. Big portion. I should have skipped the avocado as the burger is very filling by itself.
Ordered piccolo latte. I prefer stronger brew. You get $1 off for drink if you order with food.

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Soft fluffy brioche bun served with scramble egg, cheese, sambal mayo and I added spam.
💰$8 for good morning burger and $2 for spam.
📍Lowef artisanal sandwiches.
Springleaf nature park 1218 upper Thomson road

Took a little while for them to get to serving up some form of hot food, but am pretty glad that The Löwe’f Shack is currently serving up a small selection of hot food such as the Good Morning Burger, Avocado Toastie, and Eggstatic Sando from 8am to 11:15am — great for early birds who are intending to grab a bite before starting their trek in the nearby nature trails and parks.

Opting for the Good Morning Burger, the burger consists of elements such as their in-house sourdough brioche, spiced caramelised onions,
free range scrambled eggs, mature cheddar, sambal mayo. Would say that this is a pretty well-portioned item — certainly not too filling but one that fits the average appetites pretty well. I always liked how The Löwe’f Shack places a lot of emphasis in the flavours and textures in the items that they serve, and the Good Morning Burger is just that. For one, the in-house sourdough brioche bun does carry that slight tang that one would have expected out of sourdough loaves — what really intrigued me is how the toasted bun gives a slightly crisp crunch when chewed upon, but yet easy to chew through and doesn’t have too much of a tension as compared to that of sourdough toasts served in the form of open-faced sandwiches out there. Here, the main star would be the free range scrambled eggs; silky, creamy and eggy, it is also fluffy and well-executed — a balance of flavours with a good texture that played well to the other elements included. The melted mature cheddar added that savoury touch with a rather dull tang that rounds off the creamy scrambled eggs, the slightly sweet caramalised onions and the “sambal mayo” nicely. Personally found the sambal mayo to be a bit of a surprise to me — would have expected something especially creamy, savoury and punchy based purely on the description but it turns out more to be of a consistency similar to Thai sweet chili sauce; something more translucent, and particularly gentle in terms of spiciness that worked especially well for me considering how I tend to favour non-spicy dishes to start my day with. Overall, a really comforting breakfast item that sounds simple on paper, but really thoughtful when one thinks of the execution of every single element from scratch.

There are many cafes around but The Löwe’f Shack carries a vibe unique to its own — set in the lush greenery of Springleaf Nature Park; itself an area that remains rather untouched despite the constant urbanisation of the island, it is especially warm and pleasant just to sit here to enjoy the surrounding nature, sipping a cup of coffee whilst gradually waking up to the smell of freshly-baked sourdough bread. Sure, the location is slightly far flung but The Löwe’f Shack is a gem of its own — not to mention it is much more convenient with the opening of Springleaf MRT Station on the Thomson-East Coast Line; looking forward to them expanding on their menu as they further settle into their operations here!

~$20 pax for sandwich and a drink

Place is not super crowded so you can get a nice sitting area. Their avocado toast is really good. Right amount of savory in it. I ordered #1 hot chocolate which is for the more gao one and it’s yums

Mornings like this! Let’s have a quick breakfast and coffee.

Löwe’f, a family-owned business that bakes its bread, makes a cosy breakfast spot as it is hidden away from the crowd.

Eggstatic Breakfast ($10) is made up of free-range scrambled eggs, choice of ham, bacon or spam with bread and salad on the side. Paired their butter-seared brioche with the velvety rich scrambled egg, avocado and spam, it’s a simple yet satisfying breakfast choice.

P.S: they are located right next to Bras Basah MRT Exit A.

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