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Shishito Chili Chicken East Asia Shishito Pepper Chicken Drumsticks (2 pcs), Garlic Potato Buns, Yoghurt Dip. From the new Apollo Coffee Bar; the latest concept by the same folks behind Atlas Coffeehouse, Lunar Coffee Brewers and Colombus Coffee Co. which had taken up one of the two units previously taken up by Pow Sing Restaurant at Serangoon Gardens. Open all day, Apollo Coffee Bar's menu features brunch dishes, as well as small and large sharing plates; some dishes being favourites brought over from Atlas Coffeehouse, though there are quite a number of new items on the menu as well. Seemingly taking inspiration from the classic Nashville Hot Chicken, the Shishito Chili Chicken here is their own twist with an Asian fusion. Instead of featuring fried chicken drenched in a spicy hot sauce, the variant here features what seemed to be roast chicken with a East Asia Shishito Pepper spice rub; the result is a moderately spicy, savoury flavour that provides much of the flavours of the entire dish — the chicken coming with a slightly crusty skin whilst being juicy, tender and succulent. Those who are not so tolerant to spiciness can consider dipping the chicken into the yoghurt dip; more like a sour cream in terms of flavour, it helps to neutralise the spiciness and add a creaminess to the chicken — eliminating the heat from the spice rub itself. While Nashville Hot Chicken usually comes with sliced commercially-produced bread, this came with Garlic Potato Buns; almost akin to that of those local bakery buns served with Hainanese Western cuisine, the buns were toasted for a slight crusiness on the outside, but still soft, fluffy and pillowy within; very light and perfumes of garlicky fragrance. Pretty heartening to see how Atlas Coffeehouse (or even to a degree, Assembly Coffee) had grown over the years, becoming the multi-concept name that still constantly delivers over the years — pretty much explains why it had, and still is drawing crowds into their cafes all the while. A spot for avid cafe-hoppers to check out, and certainly a convenient location for Serangoon Garden residents to go for a delightful cup of coffee and quality brunch offerings.
Xing Wei
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Minimalist, Well-lit, Relaxing The interior decor here is bare & minimalist; the floor-to-ceiling windows that face the main road (Dunearn Road) let a lot of light in, which makes the space bright & welcoming. It wasn't crowded on a Saturday afternoon when I visited, & a nice chill playlist plays softly in the background while customers chit chat or do work. There is a study area of 8 small tables on one side, & the remaining other tables have "No Studying" signs next to them. Parking is free (though limited) at Sime Darby Centre on weekends - the parking lot is on level 2 right outside Cold Storage. But if you're taking transport, Kong Cafe is right next to King Albert Park MRT. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats only 📶 Free WiFi available 💦 Water is not chargeable 🙋🏻‍♀️ No service charge 🚫 No GST
Emily
4w
Easy Drinking Ordered a Flat White ($5.50 nett small, $6.50 nett large) to go with my brunch; got the large one at a promotional price of $6.00 nett. Pleasantly surprised at how easy this is to drink, yet has that oomph of a double shot of coffee to kick you awake. Would return here again for the coffee, to just spend time chillin' here. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats only 📶 Free WiFi available 💦 Water is not chargeable 🙋🏻‍♀️ No service charge 🚫 No GST
Emily
4w
Tastes Better Than It Looks 😂 Their menu is plastered all over their walls near the cashier, & I took some time to read through them. Eventually, I ordered the Scrambled Eggs on Sourdough Toast, which unfortunately is not available on its own. It's mandatory to order an add-on, which I think is quite a shame because I didn't actually want any of them - Hummus, Sausage, Homemade Chutney, Bacon. I decided on the sausage in the end, making my Scrambled Eggs on Sourdough Toast with Sausage $13.50 nett. This was served very quickly. It honestly doesn't look like much, but it tastes pretty good. The scrambled eggs are creamy & slightly runny, just the way I like them. I just admit that the sausage gives the dish saltiness in good proportion. The sliced sourdough bread was impressively toasted to perfection! Crust not too hard (still easy to bite into), & the soft part of the bread pillowy & fluffy. I do hope they consider putting just Scrambled Eggs on Sourdough Toast on its own on the menu. I'd frequent this place more often if they did. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats only 📶 Free WiFi available 💦 Water is not chargeable 🙋🏻‍♀️ No service charge 🚫 No GST
Emily
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House Kaya Toast Pandan Kaya, Coconut Flakes. From the new Micro Bakery at The Red House, replacing the former premises of Heavenly Wang. A pretty simple item that is essentially a more artisan variant of our all-familiar breakfast item, both the toast and Kaya are made from scratch here. Almost akin to that of thick toast in terms of presentation, the toast beneath carries familiar notes of sourdough; just a hint of sourness from the fermentation process that carries a slight tang, whilst being crusty and carries a good, firm bite for some chew. The Pandan Kaya spread atop is unlike those of the likes of commercially-made ones; hints of strong notes of Pandan and coconut without being too sweet, yet being thick, rich, and fragrant. Topped off with a slight sprinkle of sea salt, the sea salt helps to provide some contrast without being overly salty, while the coconut flakes further enhancing the flavours of the Kaya. Very much a sucker here for good Kaya toasts; the House Kaya Toast here is a variant I very much enjoyed with its well-executed Kaya, and sourdough that is made with lots of passion for the craft — no doubt more expensive that the usual coffeeshop rendition, but something that is worth going for if one is willing to shell out just a little more for a more souped up version of the classic Kaya Toast.
Xing Wei
1w
Biscoff Brownie The brownie was quite light in texture yet crisp at the top. It was rich in flavour and the lotus cookie flavour in this went well with the brownie too.
Ethel
2w
Iced Chocolate This iced chocolate is quite different from the usual and is less sweet than most I've had. Though it's a small cup, the drink is quite thick and rich in flavour too.
Ethel
2w
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“Upcoming 1 for 1 promotions“ ・ 📌Bao Makers @ Westgate ・ ずっといつオープンするのかな〜と気になっていたWestgateのBao Makers。 たまたまオープン当日の朝に、その日オープンすることと1 for 1プロモーションをすると言う情報をダブルで知ってしまった。 オープン時間がどこを探しても見当たらず、公式ページにコメントして確認したら、トップページに営業時間が表示されるように(笑) リーさんのケーキの前にいつものホーカー行く予定を急遽変更して行ってきました。 1 for 1の対象は、バオコンボとライスボールのセットだったので、バオ4個とライスボールを2つをチョイス。 【バオ】 Chilli Crab Bao Salted Egg Chicken Bao Mala Beef Bao Blackened Chicken Bao 【ライスボール】 Korean Sliced Beef Barachirashi これだけ頼んで$24.7(1人約$8.2) 1 for 1有難や。 店名にバオ(包)が付くだけあってバオが美味しい。 チリクラブは具材もチリクラブを体感できるし、バオはチリクラブと一緒に食べる饅頭風でこのバオだけは蒸しではなくて揚げてあってカリカリ食感もチリクラブと合って美味しかったです。 他はソースが決め手。 それぞれシーソルトエッグソース、マーラーソース、ガーリックマヨソースが美味しかったです。 炭の黒いフライドチキンは普通の衣よりサクサクしていたような?(笑)チキンも柔らかかったような?(笑)とにかく見た目のインパクトは一番でした。 ライスボールも普通に美味しかったです。が、プロモーションでなければバオセットを頼むかな。 今回は頼まなかったけど、写真を見るとドリンクもなかなかパンチの効いた感じなのが揃っていたので次回は頼んでみたい。 3枚目はお友達が撮ってくれた写真。 息子の写真チェックがなかなか厳しいです(笑) #baomakers @baomakers #シンガポールグルメ#シンガポールカフェ#シンガポール生活 #シンガポール #シンガポール在住 #シンガポール旅行 #新加坡 #海外旅行 #singaporeinsiders #travelsingapore #singaporetrip#lovesg #singapura #singaporelife #sginstagram #igsg #singaporediaries #sgfood #sgfoodies #sgeats #sgfoodstagram #sgcafe #sgcoffee #visitsingapore #foodpornsg #sgcafefood #cafehoppingsg #burpple #みど散歩
dori
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