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185 Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574333

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09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

09:00am - 11:00pm

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quite a unique dish compared to traditional truffle fries :) good to try!

Although the café belt along Upper Thomson received flocks of diners during weekends, occasionally we just had to brave the crowd to get that hearty breakfast fix.

And so the Breakfast Platter (S$24.00) did the trick. This brunch item comprised two eggs of your choice of doneness, and came with all those good stuff as shown on the photo. The only thing that shocked me was that they started to adopt a “No Pork, No Lard” policy. Halal certification in the near future? Maybe... but that would have meant that the pork sausages and thick cut bacon that used to be there would be replaced by chicken or turkey substitutes. Breakfast just seemed imperfect without perfectly-crisped bacon.

The cafe was pretty crowded but I believe is common on a public holiday. the food is not really fantastic, have space for improvement. Felt that it is kinda salty for the sauce and need to drink a lot of water. The bacons was removed from the burger so the price is not really worth. However the latte is good so still not too bad.

I wasn't keen on this, but ordered it since it's a signature. My reason was duck confit is brilliant as a whole, so why shred it? True enough, the meat was lame and dry. Add to that I'm not a fan of rosti. I liked the toast, hollandaise sauce and obviously poached eggs, but they weren't sufficient to save the dish.

We ordered the highly raved about duck confit with rosti ($20.50). Unfortunately with only hollandaise sauce to accompany the dish, it was a little dry. Perhaps they could be more generous with the sauce? The rosti was not too bad, but could be more flavourful and crispy. We were slightly perplexed at the inclusion of long beans in this dish though.

I quite liked the Mushrooms on Toast ($17), tho the price is really quite steep for what is just mushrooms in a truffle cream sauce + bread + fried egg + vegetables.

Iced mocha ($7.50, not in photo) was good! Would come back for the coffee, but maybe not for the mains due to the steep prices.

First off I really like the truffle fries ($9) here because they’re really generous with the portion sizing and give a considerable amount of truffle flakes layered at the top. The mac & cheese ($17) is really amazing as well! I’m surprised that I didn’t feel super heavy or jelat after few bites. The portion sizing is just nice for a person and I really like how they infused in truffle in the dish as well.