Top 10 in Lorong Kilat

Top 10 places in Lorong Kilat, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Lorong Kilat

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Lorong Kilat, Singapore.

This is the medium size, because small ($15) is only available for lunch. Generous with the seafood, and I especially liked the raisins that came in the rice that added a nice sweetness to it. I'd suggest getting a counter seat to watch the chefs in action - makes the meal so much more fun!

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Wish I could cook meatballs like these 😂 they tasted homely and it's definitely less popular than the roast pork cheek, but a tasty dish nonetheless!

From their daily specials menu, this grilled squid was the first thing that came and we couldn't stop eating it! The combination of smokiness from the grill and the lightness of the dressing made it a great starter to a wonderful meal here!

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The distinct nutty notes within the creamy blend made it "almost like peanut butter" as the barista put it.

Loved the passionfruit meringue tart; and all their other pastries were good as well. Cozy and homely space with lots of vintage decor; i will definitely come back again for a bite if I find myself in the area.

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Third visit here but the first time I’ve ordered the Signature Burffle ($18). I’d ordered the Fried Chicken and Waffles ($16) my first two times which I love, but decided to change it up this time. One thing I can say is that the savoury waffles are always consistently good - the texture and taste are both just right. The burffle is perfect for people who love waffles and burgers and is a perfect marriage between the two. The light airy waffles make a good substitute for burger buns and don’t leave you feeling too stuffed after, the patty is moist and yummy, but what really pulled the whole burffle together was the sauce which complemented the waffle and patty really well! Would definitely make another trip back here for their awesome waffles!

Affordable brunch fare that popped up in my hood recently - makes me a very happy girl. Quite a nice space to chill/do work in as they have free WiFi, water & good air-conditioning.

Flagwhite's "Flag Your Brunch" option allows you to customize your brunch platter to your liking by adding only the food you want - & the best part is, the prices are pretty reasonable!

For eggs, I chose the Poached Eggs ($4 nett), of course. They were done perfectly & oozed onto my Sourdough Bread ($3 nett) to perfection. I wish the bread were toasted a little less, as the edges were quite hard to bite into comfortably, but it was overall still ok.

The other add-ons (they call 'em Flaggers) I chose were the Sauteed Mushrooms ($3 nett) & Grilled Tomato ($1 nett), both of which I'd order again. I pinched a bit of my friend's Roasted Pumpkin ($3 nett) & it was D I V I N E, so sweet & tasty. Unfortunately she said the Breakfast Sausage ($4 nett) was very salty & not nice, but that's fine wth me, because I could do without meat.

Other options for eggs: Sunny Side Up/Scrambled Eggs; & for bread: Croissant/Brioche.

Had to order a coffee too, in typical cafe style. Had the White ($5 nett), which is an Espresso on Milk - & I could choose between the 2 types of beans they had for that day. Not an expert so I can't comment on that, but it's certainly nice to have options!

💷 Cash/NETS only
🌬️ Air-conditioned seats available
☀ Al fresco seats available (just 1 table outside)
📶 Free WiFi available
🔌 Power sockets available
💦 Water is not chargeable
🙋🏻 No service charge
🚫 No GST


Warm crispy waffle topped with caramelized bananas, banana cake chunks, walnuts, and vanilla ice cream. Great if you like bananas and have sweet tooth.

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My Friend and I decided to visit this new kid on the block! I ordered the Chicken parmigiana, being one of the more unique food item served here. It was really delicious. The chicken was juicy and tender, while the skin was satisfyingly crispy. The cheese mix gave the dish an elevated level of savouriness, while the tomato concasse gave the dish a contrasting tanginess in its flavour. The dish also come with some garden salad and fries as sides, where I found the fries to be seasoned the way I like it, not too salty, and it was fried to perfection. This place is definitely more than just a pun!

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Kim’s on Lorong Kilat is hands down my favourite spot for Korean food. Doesn’t matter it’s an absolute trek to get there. The budaejjigae here is my fave thing on the menu, followed by various BBQ items and their pancakes. Most importantly, their banchan game is super strong. Refill please!

Though it opened quietly over in Jurong Kechil early this year, this serene, homey spot of a cafe has already won over several Burpplers. The coffee's good, with interesting blends by in-house Quarter Life Roasters (previously at The Moon). On food, expect hearty mains like a Chicken Parmigiana ($15) as well as build-your-own brunch items. Bring a book for company.
Photo by Burppler Christabel Tan