16 Hamilton Road
Singapore 209186

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10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

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Crunchy and not too oily. Just nice!

This is a kid’s meal but the portion is quite generous.

This was lovely. It had a lightly crisped exterior but still fluffy on the inside. Loved the housemade coffee caramel cream and salted coffee nut crumbs to pair with! Did wish the portion was a tad bit bigger though.

Was so tempted by their bakes too, especially the Potato & Leek Focaccia and Sticky Pecan Bun, but resisted because we had more food stops after this 😂 Will be back to try more!

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Popped by Missus, a new Muslim-owned cafe in Jalan Besar. Their whole space is super cute!

If you’re craving for something cheesy, they have 6 types of grilled cheese sandwiches. Missus Melt is one of their signatures that has a combination of a 4 cheese blend + truffle paté, sides of roasted garlic tomato soup and sweet chili tapioca chips. It’s super rich as a whole and I’d personally like it much less salty, but they did the sandwich very nicely crunchy. Look at the cheese ooze! Definitely best to share this.

Hamilton Road does seem like the hotspot within Jalan Besar for the opening of new cafes of the late — with LUCID being one of the first few tenants that had moved into this street back in 2020 before the start of the pandemic, multiple cafes had since started operations along this street with the likes of La Levain (by Chef Wythe Soon previously of Keong Saik Bakery and Bakery Brera) and more recently, The Lunar Rabbit Boulangerie, Missus is the newest addition to Hamilton Road at the time of writing this post. Decked in a style that features earthy tones, the interior of Missus is really soothing to the eyes with its warm lighting and wooden furnishing and fittings. Missus is a Muslim-run cafe; the menu here features all day items that includes a Granola Bowl, French Toast and a Kaya Cheese Toast, whilst there are also other sections dedicated to sides, grilled cheese sandwiches (available only after 11am) and desserts. The list of beverages include specialty coffee, which is brewed using beans roasted by State of Affairs (yes, the one at Longhaus along Upper Thomson Road), as well as a list of sparkling juices and teas. They also do offer some breads that are on display in the display case at the counter.

Amongst the items listed in the Grilled Cheese section of the menu, the item that seemed to capture our attention the most would be the Slumdog Grillionaire. The Slumdog Grillionaire features elements such as their Signature Cheese Blend, Masala Potato, Coriander Pesto and Tomato Tamarind Chutney — all grilled cheese sandwich orders also do come accompanied with sweet chili tapioca chips from Max’s Farms by the side. Whilst it didn’t come across as that obvious to us when we first read through the menu here, it was actually clear when we had the first bite that the item is in fact inspired by the Masala Dosa, and executed in the form of a grilled cheese sandwich. Chewing through crisp toast, it becomes really obvious — that hint of flavour from the chunky spiced potato and that herby note of the coriander pesto is almost akin to that of having the masala dosa with the dips on the side; itself working especially well in a form of a grilled cheese sandwich since melted cheese and potatoes are a well-made match together as well. With that stretchy and oozy melted cheese creating that cheese pull that also laces around the chunky potatoes, the inclusion of the Tomato Tamarind Chutney on the side replicates that of the tomato soup that one dips in with the usual grilled cheese sandwich — that extra tang that takes all the heaviness of the cheese, carbs and starches away. An item that we found to be especially thoughtful.

Where items from the Grilled Cheese section and the All Day section of the menu are of concern, it does seem that Missus have placed a lot of thought in what they wanted to serve up — their ideas are very clearly put through in a way that it not only works, but is also pretty well-executed and delicious. We also found their Baked Ketaifi Cheese really memorable — akin to a Kunafe with melted cheese in the middle, and their rendition came with a homemade rose syrup-infused saffron cream that came with an alluring floral fragrance. That being said, we do feel that they do need a bit of work on their coffee; didn’t really find how it was pulled that made it feel like it justice to what State of Affairs had roasted. Still, with food items where effort and passion for the craft can be felt, Missus is off a great start; a spot that is worth making the visit for!

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