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28 Jalan Bukit Merah
Singapore 152028

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10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm


11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

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baked eggs with sausage, bacon, capsicum // read a few mediocre reviews about this place but it really exceeded my expectations! the food was v affordable (most mains

Piquant Thai salad. can do with lesser dressing though.. salad was drenched

Decided to try this pasta as it was one of their signature dishes as marked out on the menu, but unfortunately it was pretty disappointing. Could not taste any hint of truffle at all, and the sauce was just creamy. Preferred their scrambled eggs!

I’m a bit of a softie for soft shell crab, so I just had to order Refuel II’s soft shell crab burger ($13.50 nett). I’m gonna be honest with ya, it’s nothing special, nor is it memorably magnificent. It was decent. Yeah, it was decent.

The soft shell crab was nicely fried and didn’t carry around too much excess oil, and it was rather meaty, which was certainly a nice surprise. However, what really made this burger great was the wasabi mayonnaise. The dollop of wasabi mayo on it was a serious, no bullcrab and absolutely kickass mayo mix. It had a very feisty kick of wasabi, mixed with the creamy addictiveness of mayonnaise. The only problem I had with it was the notable lack of it on the burger. MORE!


I gotta say, Refuel II’s food is decidedly cheaper than most other cafés out there. Usually a dessert would set you back by at least ten buckaroos, but at Refuel II, sweet sin-sations like this Homemade Apple Crumble cost $8.90. Nett. That’s right, no service charge or annoying government tax here.

Their apple crumble is very, very unique as there is absolutely zero pastry involved in the making of this dessert. I’m not entirely sure if this qualifies as a deconstructed dessert, but the traditional apple pie filling is generously dusted down with buttered & toasted oats, and it works.

The apple filling is still very traditional, as the sweet and slightly tart chunks of apple are coated in a pleasantly, moderately sweet sauce. The oats provide a very nice contrast with their crunchiness, and while it fails to replicate the heartiness of a traditional pie crust, it makes the crumble a lot lighter and perfect for a post-meal dessert. This is a dessert that’s a bit too easy to finish solo, trust me.


Refuel II’s Iced Caramel Latte ($5.90 nett, $6.90 for the big ‘un) sounds delightful, but it just ain’t quite all it’s hyped up to be in real life.

Like the title suggests, it’s more milk than coffee, and it got pretty diluted at the end thanks to all that ice floating around in there, which sank the latte just like its bigger icy brethren did to the Titanic years earlier. Not sure why close to no cafés are doing the whole frozen coffee cubes idea instead of ice, but oh well.

On the bright side, the caramel flavour was pretty damn delightful. Plus, it managed to keep me awake at work till it was time for beer, so that’s definitely gotta count for something.