537 Bedok North Street 3
#01-575
Singapore 460537

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Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Chef ran out of spaghetti but still managed to create a special dish for me (Bueh Keluak with seafood). Owner Marie and Christopher were chatty and courteous, overall very pleasant experience and we had to get the belachan and kueh lapis for a try! Definitely bringing my family n friends here back for a visit!

We randomly chanced upon this place. The ambience is nice, the staff is wonderful. The food is superb! This gem in the neighborhood must be shared with people!

Buah keluak spaghetti was uniquely nice. The portion was generous too! Prawn and scallops were freshly cooked. Thumbs up!

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The aroma whilst they are making this waffle is unreal. You’d think you’re full after your meal, but a whiff of this is enough to stimulate your enzymes to digest your food faster to make space in your stomach. From the name of this cafe you’re not going to be surprised that they sell Kek lapis. But the fact that they’d think to take lapis butter to recreate into waffles is plain ingenious. The waffles here are unlike your light and fluffy Belgium waffles you’d find elsewhere, but don’t be deterred! Whilst having chewier texture, it was very light on the palate. This chewy consistency was oddly appropriate, bringing out the flavour of cinnamon and kek lapis out very prominently.

The blue pea vanilla came in a very jarring blue, but it still tasted good. The caramel almond went very well with the waffles as well, especially because it gave an added crunch but was not too sweet. Both scoops of ice cream proved to be a right choice as I found them extremely pleasant and of sufficiently creamy texture.

Rate:🌟🌟🌟🌟

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Aromatic beef rendang that I would come back for. The rempah was so damn flavourful, and the portion of sauce was so generous to make every scoop a savoury one. The rempah gravy was spicy, but it did not stop us from adding that extra kick with the cafe’s homemade belachan (so good I asked for seconds). Being surprised by fragrance and well-execute rempah was not good enough by Marie Lapis’ standards. They managed to amaze me with the melt-in-your-mouth tenderness of the beef chunks. Topping this dish off with a perfectly aesthetic fried egg is needless to say, a huge bonus.

Rate:🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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Not gonna lie and say I know exactly how buah keluak tastes because I can almost never put a finger on it, but I personally liked the earthy taste it produces. There can be a slight bitter taste, yet it wasn’t unpleasant. In fact, it complemented surprisingly well with the onions that were cooked with it. A pretty generous amount of prawns and scallops for the price as well. I did think that the spaghetti didn’t come through a lot, feeling more like just fried noodles. Ultimately, what really elevated the dish for me was their very own home-made belachan. It packed such a good punch of spiciness, but was also fragrant at the same time. A unique dish that I would recommend you to try.

Rate:🌟🌟🌟

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