224 Telok Kurau Road
#01-01 UNI Building
Singapore 423836

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09:00am - 08:00pm

09:00am - 08:00pm

09:00am - 08:00pm

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Earl grey latte with honey and butterfly pea tea. Couldn’t really taste the butterfly pea flavour because the Earl Grey ultimately was stronger in flavour. The gave a mini jug with the butterfly pea tea separate from a glass of milk to pour the tea in so that one can watch the ombré effect when pouring in. But I thought it should have been the reverse, where one can adjust the levels of milk to be poured into the tea. This was also because I felt that the drink was a bit too milky. Nonetheless, the drink was still rather pleasant and light. I can only wonder how the hot one tastes like. Worth a try :)
A good place to chill and enjoy the ambience, with a cup of coffee or the special drinks they offer. However, if you’re allergic to pollen (and relatively expensive food that doesn’t match it’s worth :() this place isn’t for you. But if you’re a sucker for pretty pictures, it really wouldn’t hurt to come here to treat yourself.

Great service from manager Leonardo and the staff there. :)


Now this is a dish worth trying if you want to eat here. I thought it was interesting - and albeit the small portion, the creaminess of this pasta would definitely fill you more than you can imagine. The ravioli itself wasn’t bursting with filling, but it was decent enough to be filled with meat. It felt a bit mushy, but nothing that can’t be overlooked especially with the sauciness of the cream dousing the pasta. Smoked bacon and onion added a layer of saltiness and crunch to the truffle cream sauce - which would perhaps have been off putting without the additional flavour and texture. This was recommended by the staff because the croissant I wanted to order was out of stock. I’m not a fan of all things creamy (other than ice cream), but I thought this was an interesting try I didn’t regret.


Amazing presentation for this glass of lychee purée, rose syrup, lemon juice, and Soda. I expected this drink to be overwhelmingly sweet with the different syrups combined together. Surprisingly, it wasn’t. It was pleasantly sweet enough - not too much and not too little. You might even want to drink it with the sugar granules lined at the mouth of the cup, to give every sip an additional crunch! In fact, it was even more fun that way🤣

Many come here for the amazing aesthetics and floral decor. Indeed, that’s what I came for and what I would come back for. Not so much for the food, but I recommend those who love taking pretty pictures of food to come here, preferably just to sit down for a drink and chill. The drinks may be gimmicky in its own right - which I would not mind paying for if it falls short of expectations but look way too pretty to drink. But the food are a tad on the pricier side and not as great.

Service was not bad! Shoutout to manager Leonardo for great service.


Portion and quality of this dish was not worth the price. The sea bass was small and thin, skin felt air fried. The sides of cherry tomatoes were rather pathetic as well. The dish itself was decent, but really nothing impressive that one would pay an exorbitant amount for. For $18.90, your money may be better spent having lunch elsewhere and just coming here for the drinks.


Matcha latte topped with strawberry ice cream and pocky $9.80.

You get to choose the amount of milk to add to the matcha, since the milk is served separately. However, even without the milk, the matcha was not as intense as expected. The strawberry ice cream was creamy and sweet, offering a big contrast to the matcha latte, which unfortunately overshadowed any matcha taste thereafter.

The dish was served with two souffle pancakes, topped with an enormous amount of granola and bits of pecan and hazelnut, and covered with a moderate serving of dark chocolate sauce. Despite the generous ingredients, we felt the souffle was a bit too undercooked, as it was way too soft and moist at certain parts. Certainly great for taking a shot of the souffle wobbling though!

Be prepared to wait at least 20 to 30 minutes for the souffle! Aside from the waiting time, do note that this dish costs $21.90++, which is a little too expensive for a dessert item too. On a side note, the interior of the cafe was really pretty and if you are keen to take some photos for your Instagram, it might be worthwhile to come on a Sunday night, as the cafe was almost empty when we visited.

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