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81 Macpherson Lane
Singapore 360081

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08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm


08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

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It’s pretty rare how I find myself ending up here for the mains; didn’t plan for this but no regrets indeed. Available as part of the specials menu, the Mushroom Bomb is essentially a dish featuring an assortment of sautéed mushrooms served atop sourdough, whilst also coming with melted, blow-torched cheese and greens on the side.

The sautéed mushrooms comes all earthy and roasty with a hint of garlic and seemingly balsamic (?); a slight zing that helps to add a contrast to the mushrooms, while the toasted sourdough soaks up all of that juiciness of the mushrooms, providing a hint of earthiness amidst the light tang that comes from the fermentation process of the bread which still retains some of its crustiness that adds to the texture to the dish. Liked how the melted cheese on the side can be paired with the toast for an extra hint of savouriness and smokiness that goes exceptionally well with the sourdough toast on its own, or even with the mushrooms, while the garden salad which also features elements like capsicums and cherry tomatoes help to provide a refreshing mix of flavours and textures to cut off the earthiness of mushrooms for the dish.

An item that is worth considering for those looking for a hearty brunch item that does not involve meat — pretty simple, but satisfying.

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Venue: MacPherson Lane, Blk 81
Cost: 5-6bucks
Description: Nice lavender aftertaste from the cheesecake

Check out my video review of this and nearby Tai Seng cafes at https://youtu.be/ZHYA7x0yefQ !

It took quite a while to find this cafe as it's located in the heart of a lazy HDB district. When we finally found the cafe after marching through the blazing heat, we were really disappointed to find that they sell out of savoury food after lunchtime. We were about to leave when I started reading up on great reviews about their tarts.

We decided to reluctantly try a matcha tart that looked rather light and mousse-y. Once I had a taste of it, though, I realised how dense it was, and how smooth the gentle taste of matcha blended into the creamy white chocolate. I don't usually like green tea but the mellow sweetness coaxed me into sliding my fork into the tart to take a bite again and again.

Atmosphere wise, the cafe is quite minimalist and nordic, with its white walls and wooden furniture. I went on a late Friday afternoon and I only saw another two girls there. A very nice place to camp with a cuppa and your laptop.


didnt see any reviews for this so i thought it was new hahaha you can taste the faint lavender in this, the cheesecake is pretty average HAHAHA its good but doesnt make me crave it and wanna eat more. the biscuit crust need some skillzz to cut through it but its not hard (prob the fork) the choco was pretty disappointing for chocolate-drinkers, not rich enough v light (greenfield's choco milk nicer hehe) but 10/10 for the adorable glass bottle!!! && really like the ambience of the cafe so nice to chill in!!

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I love cheese!! :') the cheese was still stretchy (but somehow not hot). this portion is larger than the egg mayo but could get too heavy if you finish this all by yourself so it's good to share this!

creamy and chunky pieces of egg mayo with yellow peppers v easy to eat!! its good, the mayo taste dont overpower the other components of the dish