Power Coffeehouse

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We’re Uncle Heng and Auntie Anna, and welcome to our Power Coffeehouse! Nestled in a cozy corner within the neighbourhood of Bedok, Power Coffeehouse is our brainchild - a place for good food, great conversations, and the familiar sense of home.

84 Bedok North Street 4
Singapore 460084

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08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Instead of the usual classic braised pork rice, they have braised chicken rice here. Bite sized chunks of chicken slow cooked to perfection with white rice drenched in braised sauce that tasted more like teriyaki. Served with coleslaw and 63C sous vide egg.

The 2 sides we ordered are beancurd king (fish paste with beancurd skin) and ngoh hiang. Nothing special but just a casual meal in a neighbourhood.

Thanks to Burpple Beyond, we get to enjoy 2 Classic Main and Side for the price of 1 ✌ (U.P. $8.50 + $4.50 Sides)

I prefer my curry to be thick and spicy but the curry here is watery and lacks flavour. Neither does it have a distinct coconut taste in it. However, it comes with a good amount of ingredients such as chicken, potato and tau pok to keep our tummies filled. Served with a bowl of plain white rice.

Thanks to Burpple Beyond, we get to enjoy 2 Classic Main and Side for the price of 1 ✌ (U.P. $8.50 + $4.50 Sides)

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We had the laksa Hokkien mee, ayam “lu rou” don, Ngoh Hiang, and Thai karaage chicken. Must say that we were really impressed with the innovative food and service! Will definitely be back to try the other items on the menu.

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Very nice bites like kueh pie ti, muah chee, popiah etc with very wide selection of drinks - with hojicha latte and matcha latte etc!! Definitely highly recommended :)

Heritage bites from Power Coffeehouse
Made upon order.
Yummy snack always.
Smooth brewed coffee.

Haven’t been back here for 9 months. So glad it survived the COVID and is still operating. The portions and ingredients are generous. The Laksa Noodles have two huge prawns. The Claypot Chicken comes with baguette, one drumstick and two smaller parts. Including drinks, I paid $13.40 for 1-1 deal. They even provide you a paper box to throw away the chicken bones and prawn shells. It is definitely an underrated place, friendly staff and simple, yummy food!