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Stick To Cheesecake Wanted to try the Gochujang chicken but didn't see it in mains hence went for the Cajun chicken with potatoes $16 (changing to fries will cost additional $3). Feel that the chicken was lightly spiced, no particular taste of Cajun, quite ordinary Western food. Should go for the cheesecake in future.
Ashley
1d
[NEW] Kins' Burnt Cheesecake ($7.50) is officially my favourite cheesecake in Singapore now! 💛💛💛 . It took awhile but the Basque Burnt Cheesecake trend has finally made its way to Singapore and spearheading the charge is none other than this creamy cheesecake from The Kins, a new cafe that just witnessed its official launch last week. Congrats guys! 🎉🎊 . Though this cheesecake might not look as pretty as regular cheesecakes with its singed top, trust me when I say that it's so damn delicious that you'll want a whole piece of this all to yourself! 💯 . Underneath the uneven blackened layer lies a moist, oozy layer at the centre followed by a light, fluffy layer of Japanese style cheesecake at the base 😋 . Dig your fork into the cheesecake and watch as the cheesecake just oozes languidly onto your fork. Lift said fork to your mouth and let the cheesecake just dissolve on your tongue. Pure ambrosia! ❤ . With each mouthful, you open up your palate to a variation of flavours and textures ranging from the slightly bitter & smoky crème brûlée-esque top to the creamy, custardy centre layer which boasts a strong milky flavour & a refreshing hint of zest and finally on to the sweet, fluffy layer of cheesecake at the bottom. Oh yeah, and there are those firm edges at the back which provide a different mouthfeel too! It's oh so satisfying and not cloying in the least bit! 🤤 . Though the cake is served with a dollop of sweetened whipped cream on the side (not sure why ours looked like a puddle from the moment it arrived 🤷‍♀️), the cake is honestly so good on its own that it didn't really need this extra cream to elevate its flavour! 💯 . Definitely wouldn't mind heading all the way back to Pasir Panjang just for this baby 💋
Ariane
1w
Burnt Cheesecake ($7.50) Tasted better than it looks with slight bitter burnt taste for the top and light creamy cheesy interior and a surprise "caramelised crumbs?" on the bottom. A wonderful dessert and chill-lax place. 👍🏻
Ashley
2w
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Turkey Bacon & Scrambled Egg Pancakes It took about a 15- to 20-minute wait for this to be served after ordering. Their Turkey Bacon & Scrambled Egg Pancakes (S$18.90) was one of the three savoury pancake options that one would consider for an all-day breakfast. To be brutally honest, the wait was just a prelude to the bigger disappointment that came next. Without the soufflé puffiness, their classic pancakes was really ordinary in flavours (I quote the diners from my adjacent table commenting that this was comparable to fast food standard), and it did not help that the turkey bacon lacking crispiness and were served cold, and the scrambled egg was somehow tasteless. I probably would not be the only one who would think that this item did not match its price point. Somewhere out there, there were diners who seemed pretty satisfied with their Tiramisu Pancakes. That might be something I would try if I were to come back for them.
Siming
1d
Premium Pancakes Soufflé pancakes were not new to the local culinary scene, but these from Gram were quite special. Originated from Osaka, these S$17.90 pancakes were airy, fluffy and every piece were said to be 4cm thick. Slightly leaning when stacked, the wobbly pancakes also came with maple syrup, freshly-whipped cream and a dome of special butter. On its own, the pancakes could melt in the mouth with little floury taste; with the toppings, the pancakes became further enriched with sweet, buttery and silky notes. While Gram was clever to use the limited portions to create the hype (one month on and the queue would still form for the Premium Pancakes), I was not impressed by the tightly-packed tables and the slow service, as this item was served 15 minutes later than the initially-promised time of 8.00pm (not forgetting a one-hour wait before that). The likelihood of coming back for this was questionable, as there were other restaurants out there that offered cheaper options, and much possibly a shorter wait.
Siming
2d
French Toast w/ Chocolate & Bananas This was okay only I guess... some cafes in SG can do better. But I kind of preferred the toppings that came along with this to the premium pancakes, though I didn’t enjoy the taste of the french toast.
Monkey
4d
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Almond Butter And Blueberry + Pumpkin Seed Sourdough ($7.50+), Beetroot Hummus + Wholegrain ($6+) Almond butter and blueberry jam served on sunflower and pumpkin seeded sourdough toast ($7.50 before gst). They are generous with the spread. Tasted like natural almond butter and the jam is not sweet (not like from a jar in NTUC) Beetroot hummus and honey on homemade whole grain toast ($6 before gst). Honey goes well with the hummus as it brings some sweetness to the toast. The toasts are HUGE and thick, nicely toasted with great crunch on the sides. 1 slice is good for tea break or breakfast, 2 is abit too filling for lunch - especially with coffee I prefer the almond butter toast to the hummus toast. Will go back to give the other toasts a try as it goes well with coffee. Coffee are standard PPP coffee - full bodied and not acidic which I like.
Ting
6d
Heibihiam Cream Cheese Toast Sought refuge during the crazy opening and this was definitely a good place for a quick break (good cuppa + there’s wireless charging for devices ha)! Wasn’t sure what to expect for this Heibihiam cream cheese toast - but I liked the combination of savoury heibihiam (it wasn’t spicy though) and mildly sweet cream cheese on a crisp sourdough toast! May not look like much but I surprisingly managed to survive on this and a happy cuppa till dinner time😂 Will definitely be back - the bakes and kuehs look good too!
Zhihui
6d
Piccolo $4.50 Each & Ang Ku Kueh $2.50 Each As a specialty coffee lover, we regularly visit ‘Papa Palheta’/ Chye Seng Huat hardware in Jalan Besar. When we heard that their sibling Brand “PPP coffee” open in Funan, we were very curious to check out and went there twice. First time there was no seat (understand that the place might be popular for regulars). This second time we visited at 6 pm. We ordered 2 piccolo $4.50 along with Ang Ku Kueh $2.50 to enjoy with. We don’t care much about the latte art on our little caffeine milk shot but feel let down by the body of piccolo. It was full of foam with little ristretto (extraction of espresso). The piccolo body is not mighty shall we say. Another let down is a hygiene issue when the person who serves us sneezed twice while making the last shot but continue finishing her shift anyway. 😪😱 P.S. visit them between 3-5 pm to enjoy 1-for-1 deal they run on Instagram.
Kugel
6d
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Other than Afuri ramen in Funan, there’s also @GodmamaSG. This brand new Peranakan concept serves hearty Peranakan fare at accessible prices. This Egg Skin Popiah is prepared from co-owner Christina Keilthy’s recipe that was handed down by her Godmother, and is served with chilli if you need that additional punch.
The
3d
*late post* Rare dine out brunch on a weekend.. BABI ASSAM BAKED EGGS: Well-stewed pork belly in tamarind sauce; meat is very tender and soft; sauce is thick and flavorful; with baked eggs; sourdough is fluffy.. AYAM BUAH KELUAK BURGER: Grilled chicken thigh with sambal buah keluak sauce; meat is tender and well-marinated; with onion, tomatoes, greens and fried egg; love the bread too; with belinjo crackers served as sides instead of usual fries; a pretty good peranakan-western fusion food.. KEBAYA BLUE LEMONGRASS TEA: Very light and refreshing tea after meal; personally prefer a stronger taste.. Overall a filling and satisfactory meal; indoor seats very limited; service is good; wanted to tried their egg Benedict but it's not in the menu.. #godmamasg #brunch #bakedeggs #burger #tea #burpple #caloriesoverload #jaslynfoodinstagram
Jaslyn
1d
Sambal udang from Godmama at Funan. I love that they left the prawn head intact cos that’s why all the flavours are. And when mixed with the sambal, the dish is elevated. Godmama serves very accessible Peranakan food, so it’s perfect for those trying it out for the first time. The menu may not have many wow moments but plating is pretty, and the view from the outside seats and the cocktails make up for it. . . . . . #eeeeeats #foodbeast #nothingisordinary #eatfamous #feedfeed #dailyfoodfeed #f52grams #lifeandthyme #onthetable #singaporean #sgvsco #gf_singapore #godmamasg #peranakanfood #nyonyafood #funan #sambaludang #udang #prawns #sgfoodies #sgeats #weetseats #singaporefood #sgfood #foodsg #Sgfoodporn #burpple #eatoutsg #exploresingapore #whati8today
Weeteck
6d
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Cocoa Brown Sugar Deerioca Milk Unlike the Jewel outlet, there’s a minimal queue at The Alley Luxe in Cathay Cineleisure. We got our drinks within 5 minutes and there were plenty of seats on Sunday night for us to enjoy our beverages. Note that the Deerioca series comes with a fixed sugar level. This was way too sweet for me, and I didn’t enjoy the cocoa after mixing it with the brown sugar pearls. The cocoa milk was pretty decent on its own before being stirred with the brown sugar, so drink it that way if you don’t like super sweet drinks. I can see why people do like the pearls at The Alley though, they’re QQ and just the right texture for bubble tea. While I wouldn’t order the Deerioca series again because it’s just too sweet for my tastes, I wouldn’t mind getting their other drinks with pearls. Matcha Deerioca Brown sugar milk and Deerioca Brown sugar milk Honestly not worth queueing for unless you have an extreme sweet tooth. Bubble tea stalls are a dime a dozen nowadays, and apart from having nailed the art of making tapioca pearls with just the right consistency, The Alley bubble teas just don’t stand out in the crowd. It probably boils down to a matter of preference - how much do you like brown sugar milk, or how important are pearls to you? Does it justify queueing for? For me, I’m out. Gong Cha or Koi are enough to satisfy my BBT cravings should they arise.
Melissa
1w
🆕 Brown Sugar Deerioca Creme Brulee Milk. A finecup of brown sugar fresh milk decked in meiji deluxe, brown sugar camo, silky pudding and yes more brown sugar boba. . Location: The Alley Luxe @ Cineleisure, 8 Grange Rd, #02-06A/B, Singapore 239695 . 📸 & 📝 @myjream . #thealleysg #burpplesg #burpple #thealleyluxesg
Joe
2w
Kaya Cruffin ($5) Kaya cruffin from Bakery Brera that I purchased from The Alley Luxe. I believe it is 50cents more expensive than the one from their Empress Mall outlet. Staff will ask if you want it heated up. I did. Cruffin is flaky outside and soft inside with generous amount of not so sweet kaya - which I like. I think one can finish it in 3 mouthful. It was good but not mind blowingly good. I get the same amount of satisfaction from a 4 leave mini kaya croissant. Worth a try for croissant and pastry lovers. After all it’s so convenient at The Alley.
Ting
2w
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