[CLOSED] November 8

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Hiked out here for the coffee. My sleep schedule is upside down so having coffee at night is my new normal. The place is located in an oddly-designed building whose architect's guiding principle seems to be ensuring you can't get to where you want to go. Enter at your own risk. Fortunately, November 8 can be accessed directly from the street, provided you are lucky enough to stumble upon that entrance. Good thing I have plenty of practice locating things using GPS, thanks to geocaching. The barista was super nice and tried to brew us a small cup of Panama Esmeralda Geisha from some leftover beans, which only stoked my desire to have a full cup soon. The coffee was pretty good, sticking to my own rule of thumb -- V60 for citrusy varieties and affogato for dark chocolaty varieties -- yum yum. The waffle was very enjoyable, crisp and light and perfectly complemented by the creamy ice cream. Gone in minutes 😋


The ice cream had a good milk tea flavor. Authentic and sweet just like its Thai counterpart. The waffles although crispy was a little too heavy for my liking. Maybe I was already full from dinner. The Gula Melaka sauce was too watery and tasted kinda artificial. Could try to take a leaf out of hatter's street Gula Melaka sauce. there's still room for improvement but still a decent dessert.
Monster loves his Thai milk tea!


Despite the waffles looking as if they were fairly shagged and limp after a hard day of grading papers, CCA supervision and other teacherly endeavours, the moist and doughy quadrants were surprisingly fragrant and sweet, with a familiar pandan-esque charm that made me forget I ever thought of telling them to have a bath and freshen up first before meeting. The scrambled eggs portion was generous, and the piggy components suitably salty. 3.8/5

(Now if they find a way to handle the long waiting time and, more importantly, the unsavoury Chomp Chomp-esque smokiness in the air, I would more strongly recommend you give their cafe fare a try...)



WHOOHOO lemme indulge for a while (even though I know the biggest hurdle has yet to be conquered...)
Hehe anyway #throwback (again) to really good {Strawberry Waffles}! This is one of the underrated waffles out there. But it's light and crispy and definitely worth a try!

A closer look for the egg Benedict. The toast quite crispy. Very filling portion for the price of $14.50.

$6, quite thick. Just nice to warm for a gloomy day.