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Nice Ambience Quaint little cafe hidden in Bras Basah Complex, with nice ambience. The owners were also very sweet and friendly which made the whole experience at this cafe enjoyable ^^
No Frills Coffee Fix Popped into the recently open @dancinggoatsg since we were in the area, and recharged our coffee addictions at this no-frills coffee joint 😋❤️☕☕ Run by a family who makes the cafe feel like a corner in a minimalistic home setting, the coffee here was surprisingly good. Especially enjoyed the Mocha which was richly aromatic without being cloyingly sweet. ☕🍫 If you enjoy a strong Flat White without the usual creamy taste, you'd enjoy the iced version! Thanks to #burpplebeyond we got 2 cuppas at only $5.50 (That's $2.75 per cup with this 1-for-1 deal!!!) 😱😱😱 Definitely worth returning to if you're in the Bugis/ Bras Basah area. 👍🏻☕❤️❤️❤️
Best Coffee, Hands Down We found this small, unassuming little coffee joint tucked away near bras basah complex, near Bugis and the National Library. It was helmed by a really friendly couple, and when we took the first sip of the flat whites we ordered, we were completely blown away. The coffee taste was so so strong and rich, and the flavour was impeccable. So many flat whites I’ve had elsewhere are simply disappointing, with too much milky taste and only a light coffee flavour. The coffee here was so impressive, and we were exclaiming in awe with every sip. Will definitely be back again!
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For Creative Dishes and Dependable Joe Move aside, run-of-the-mill cafe fare – this Arab Street resident dishes out creatively done, big-on-flavour bowls and burgers. Go for the highly raved Pulled Pork Kolo Mee ($17), a fusion dish of poached egg, flavour-packed pulled pork and springy kolo noodles. Perfect for a sumptuous lunch, the Steak Burrito Bowl ($18) sees a generous portion of perfectly seared steak on cauliflower rice, best paired with the well-balanced Flat White ($5.50). Photo by Burppler Gwen Cheng
Rib Eye Bowl & Pulled Pork Kolo Mee The Hangar . Location 🗺: 25 Arab Street, Singapore 199724 . Nearest MRT 🚇: Bugis . Opening Hours 🕒: 8:30AM - 9PM . Rating 📈: 3.5/5 . Price 💸: $18 (Ribeye Bowl), $18 (Pulled Pork Kolo Mee +$1 Chilli Oil) . Review 💬: Initially went for their steak burrito bowl and their half baked cookie dough, both of which was unavailable so we opted for the kolo mee and ribeye bowl instead. Kolo mee was pretty good to me but my friend lamented that she’s had better and at a cheaper price. Though the pork was a little dry, it was still pretty flavourful and when mixed into the noodle with the egg and the chilli oil, it tasted pretty good. However, having to pay an additional $1 for that small dollop of chilli oil was a little disappointing. There was also 1 pickled cauliflower and some picked carrots and cucumber. We opted for brown rice for the ribeye bowl and I thought it was not bad. The steak was seasoned with just your everyday flavouring but was still pretty tasty to me. Came with a small side of smashed avocado and beans, the latter I did not really like as I prefer my beans warmed up. Food took about 20 minutes and although service was slow, staff were quite bubbly. Do take note that this cafe charges service charge, but not GST. Wouldn’t go back specially for either of the dishes but if I were to crave for an atas kolo mee, The Hangar would definitely be my choice.
For an Excellent Cauliflower Burger Recently adding new burgers to the menu, the Cauliflower Power ($17) emerges a star at this joint. Think perfectly charred cauliflower steak wedged between mozzarella, avocado salsa, purple cabbage slaw and crisp buns. You won't be missing meat anytime soon, but IF you do, The Big Cock ($18) featuring tender chicken breast is also stellar. Photo by Burppler Dex Neo
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Tipo Pasta Bar Love how the pasta was really al dente. We all created our own pasta. Ragu was ragu. The aglio olio tasted spectacular. Not overly dry and flavourful.
TIPO PASTA BAR This plate of pasta had a strong truffle aroma and taste. The sous vide egg when mixed made the Alfredo even more creamier. However, The pickle-brined chicken breast was lost in all the truffle but was tender nonetheless. All in all, I liked how everything came together well. :) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In addition to make your own pastas, you can order their recommended combinations, desserts and drinks. They're also halal certified so Muslim friends can enjoy this as well. #throwback
Sage & Onion Fettuccine with Sautéed Prawns and White Button Mushrooms in a Roasted Red Pepper Sauce ($14.90) Fettucine, linguine, new Lamborghini. Recognising that two of the three given words are pasta types is of course, the first step to understanding and appreciating the beauty of the usage of three syllables in a word. Also it is common sense. A small but homely restaurant nestled within the winding streets of North Bridge Road, Tipo prides itself on making fresh and unique pasta variations in-house everyday. There is something unmistakably comforting in knowing about the identity and the near religious righteousness pasta possesses, but of course, who am I to say? I literally described pasta as “possessing religious righteousness”. Tipo offers full customisability and allows anyone to make their own pasta with their desired noodles to use, sauces and toppings. After a brisk but warm welcome into the establishment, you will be introduced to their daily selection of homemade pasta noodles beautifully presented on a tray. On the day of our visit, my partner and I were allowed to select between some lovely artisanal Lemon & Dill Mafalde, Paprika Fusilli and Sage & Onion Fettuccine. I had their Sage & Onion Fettuccine with Sautéed Prawns and White Button Mushrooms in a Roasted Red Pepper Sauce ($14.90). Spicy, tangy and simple delicious. The sautéed prawns were delectably fresh and sweet, mingling with the aromatic spicy sauce.
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