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Oatberry Granola Kitchen

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Oatberry granola vegan, allergy-friendly, and delicious! Made from all natural and ingredients and no refined sugar. The perfect way to start the day right!

46 Telok Blangah Drive
Singapore 100046

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10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

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📌went w the fam and got Tropicana (w macadamia nut butter drizzle) & berrylicious w organic honey drizzle

🍯🥜Gotta say their homemade granola was really yummy!! Was kinda expecting the base to be diff since I ordered the Tropicana but the base was the usual açai base, only the toppings were different unlike the ones served at the social space. The nut butter drizzle was amazing as well!!

✨The 1-for-1 deal made it really worth!!

🤙🏻Damage: 8.90 for 2 medium sized bowls

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Add this hidden gem to your list of must-visit acai spots! Located at a void deck along Telok Blangah drive (just a short walk from Telok Blangah MRT), this joint specialises in a variety of locally-baked natural oat granola that you can add to your acai bowls – from Dark Chocolate to Cinnamon Apple and Maple Pecan. Burppler Grace Lau recommends the Berrylicious (from $8.90) – a berry lover's dream comprising strawberry, blueberry, blackberry and banana topped with original granola.
Photo by Burppler Grace Lau


Decided to check out this lovely new place for acai. It’s a hidden gem at a void deck, but it’s just a short walk from the mrt station~

The acai was great, and we opted for macadamia nut butter drizzle which was a first amongst so many acai places we’ve been to. They also topped it with their own OatBerry granola which was pretty good:) Do check this place out!

Tucked away below a hdb is this quaint little cafe! So glad I found a new acai place!!! Ordered the Tropicana, slightly different from the usual acai bowls topped with blueberries and strawberries. This bowl was topped with mangoes, dragonfruit and passionfruit. I was pleasantly surprised by how sweet the passionfruit was as the passionfruit sold at local supermarkets are usually really sour. They also have the option of an unconventional drizzle- the macadamia nut butter! The highlight, however, is definitely their homemade granola! It has a rly nutty and homey taste and isn’t too sweet like the granola that an acai affair uses. A huge thumbs up for their granola!!

Their interior is rly pretty and I love their wooden furniture and honeycomb mirrors hehe (looks straight outta a Pinterest pin). I have to comment however, that they took quite some time to make our acai and my friend who had patronised this place quite a few times also pointed out that they take a really long time to prepare the acai bowl (she had to wait 30 mins once!!) so be prepared to wait quite a while especially if you’re coming on the weekends!

Overall, a really different take from the usual acai bowls and I really love their homemade granolas!!! They actually sell individual packets of their homemade granolas but be it’s too pricey for me to bag home😢

Taste: 9/10
Presentation: 8.5/10
Ambience: 8.5/10

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📌back again for some great açai!!