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Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Kaki Bukit, Singapore.

The best food in this entire Coffeeshop. Have been eating this for ages!

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$8 a plate. Delicious deep fried dried shrimp over green french beans. Will go back for this.

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$9 a plate. Served bubbly hot. Egg tofu, mixed vegetables, prawns and savoury sauce.

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$10 a plate. Seasoned pork stirred fry in homemade sauce. No bones at all.

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This combination of salad is the best for me. For $7.90 you can choose 3 items + 1 base. My choice was brown rice (base), chunky tuna, smoked salmon and teriyaki beef. I topped up $4.50 for an iced mocha. In total my lunch bill was $12.40 and it was the best value for money. No GST and service charge.

However the service for ordering coffee quite slow as there was only 2 persons at the counter doing the cashier & serving coffee. I suggest they should hire extra hand for brewing the coffee, otherwise customers might need to wait 15 mins just to grab a coffee on the go.

The interiors quite cozy and modern, and it’s always packed during lunch time. Not suprised as this is the only nice cafe around Ubi/Kaki Bukit area. Quite a lot of ang moh patronize this cafe, to get a coffee, sandwich or salad.

Best option to grab lunchie here of you’re on diet mode, since they serving healthy and light food.

Rate: 7.9/10

Compound Coffee Co.
31 Kaki Bukit Road 3 #01-02C
Singapore 417818
8am - 5pm (Mon - Fri)
11am - 5pm (Sat)
Closed on Sunday
9126 7398

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(Coz I had cravings since sat night's failed trip!) Arranged in favourites: Red grouper steamboat, tofu prawn, ngor hiang, prawn paste chicken, coffee pork ribs and oyster omelette. Meal for 6 was $108! #tianwaitianfishheadsteamboat #tianwaitian #tianwaitianhotpot #burpple #burpplesg

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If you ever find yourself in the Kaki Bukit industrial area, you’ll be surprised to know that there’s a vegetarian restaurant there!

This is the Ipoh hor fun which comes at the special price of $4.50 during lunch hours. I added egg for 50 cents. The warm soymilk ($2.60) was comforting and I was glad that it came without any sugar.

There are lots of local dishes including nasi lemak which I was also tempted to try. Maybe next time?

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with klthew around, no need to worry about parking lots. 听 parking lot. 自摸 parking lot within 5mins. mee hoon kuay nice. soup not that flavourful though. 料 alot. no idea what else to jiak in ubi liao. anyone got recommendations bo? thanks in advance. #ezparkingezlife #ministryofcleansg #fs0401 #burpple #sgfood

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Fairly good but where’s the sambal??

Full review in Tian Wai Tian,
http://www.thejulietmike.com/2018/01/05/tian-wai-tian-one-best-fishhead-steamboat-singapore/

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We were not very impressed with TWT’s version of prawn paste chicken. Crispy but too oily, and lacking on taste of prawn paste.

Full review in Tian Wai Tian,
http://www.thejulietmike.com/2018/01/05/tian-wai-tian-one-best-fishhead-steamboat-singapore/

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The eggs were deeply fried and dispersed to create this fluffy, cotton-like omelette. It can be too oily after a few bites, but the oysters given were surely a lot. Still prefer the usual hawker finds of oyster in egg and starch mixture.

Full review in Tian Wai Tian,
http://www.thejulietmike.com/2018/01/05/tian-wai-tian-one-best-fishhead-steamboat-singapore/

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