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Top 10 for Cafes & Coffee in Bartley

Top 10 places in Bartley, Singapore.

Latest Reviews for Cafes & Coffee in Bartley

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Bartley, Singapore.

Can’t get enough of the pretty Mushroom Soup ($12) & super thin & crispy Blend It Up Pizza ($21). 1st time trying the Vongole e cozze ($15) & they were so superbly slippery like they were being ‘scrubbed’ 🤣 It was more garlicky than ‘wine’ taste ☺️
We really love the ambience of this place & looks like this will be our favorite frequent hunt 😘

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Hits and misses with this dish. The pistachio lava cake was really nutty, strong pistachio flavour and cake was a little crispy on the outside with fluffy inside. I had issue with the fact that the lava gave way from the bottom instead of the side when we attempted to cut through. I also didn't like the lukewarm temperature of the cake. The cold gelato totally overwhelmed the lukewarm cake. Still it's a very good experience having only tried molten chocolate lava cakes previously.

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This spaghetti prawn pasta aglio olio is really worth having. $19 with chunks of dory fish slices along with prawns? Wow it's a steal. On top of that the dried prawn paste is makes the dish really flavourful with the right balance of spiciness and a distinct prawn taste.

Ft. Tom Yum risotto & laksa lasagna. Was attracted to the 1 for 1 weekday lunch deal but was greatly disappointed by the taste. The tom yum risotto lacked of the distinct hot and sour flavour , and it tasted more similar to laksa . Mediocre laksa lasagne is a much better choice compared to the prior one

Truffle taste was like "where?" But boss was really open to feedback and explained that they were new. So they will change the source of truffle oil to another that perhaps have a more intense taste than the current one.

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Pistachio lava cake was a little on the sweet side and couldn't quite taste the nuttiness. But at least it flowed and the hazelnut gelato which came on the side was good !

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Pretty new cafe serving Italian fusion food (this is where its name blend it up came from - I'd have thought it sounded like a smoothie place lol) helmed by veteran Chef Peter Neo. Quite an extensive menu. ($18.80) - thin, crispy crust (thought it was pretty good), feta and mozzarella cheese, honey baked ham, mushrooms and a sunny side up.

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