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20 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089127

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Thursday:
08:00am - 12:00am

Friday:
08:00am - 12:00am

Saturday:
10:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
08:00am - 12:00am

Wednesday:
08:00am - 12:00am

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This cafe-bar previously shared a space with Maxi Coffee Bar, and now has its own spot on Keong Saik Road. Fill up on the Smoked Mackerel on Toast ($20) โ€” oak-smoked mackerel and kale smothered in avocado butter โ€” and the zesty Linguine with Pickled Crab ($22). On cocktails, have the Hay & Apples ($20), which sees whisky soda mixed with peated whisky and fermented apples, or the tangy Bloody Mary ($20) spiked with wasabi distillate. Otherwise, their smooth and light White Coffee ($5) is a great non-alcoholic option.
Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua

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Popped by this newly-opened cafe-bar to check out its coffee. Turned out to be a good choice as it served a really good cup of joe that was light-bodied and smooth.

From the newly-opened No Sleep Club along Keong Saik Road; a new cocktail bar which serves up bar bites, starters and also "Crack-wiches" (essentially open-faced sandwiches) alongside a long list of cocktail options with non-alcoholic options such as coffee and tea.

Featuring elements such as oak-smoked Mackerel, Kale, and Avocado Butter, the Smoked Mackerel on Toast works as a great brunch plate, as well as a good pairing with alcohol considering how it is not too heavy in its overall feel. Really liked how the Mackerel comes with an intense flavour from the smoking process; savoury, smoked fish that carries a punch while the avocado butter comes more like a smashed avocado here โ€” the creaminess binding all of the elements together from the crusty bread all the way to the crisp kale and the smoked Mackerel altogether. The bread comes crusted on the exterior, whilst dense within and giving a bit of a tension with every bite โ€” pretty good on its own. Coming with a side of pickles, the pickles take away the heaviness of the dish with its zingy notes โ€” refreshes the taste buds from the smoked fish, avocado and toast. A pretty chill spot that is rather apt for the neighbourhood that it is in, No Sleep Club serves as a great option for brunch (though options albeit limited) in the Keong Saik area; would probably be back some other day for the drinks they have to offer.

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