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I would eat this every day if I could I loved their Off The Bone on my first visit, but when the big boss said to try the Salami & Potatoes which is his new favourite...I did, and it’s now my new favourite too. I’m going to skip on describing the texture of the galette cause I’ve raved about it so much I don’t wanna bore you, so onto the fillings. I loved how balanced and earthy this combination was: you’ve got the soft and naturally sweet roasted potatoes, stuffed with brie and a perfectly oozy egg, then topped with slices of crispy, toasted salami carefully folded in a rosette 🥰 It’s great cause the salami + brie combo’s definitely not as salty as the ham + gruyere + cheddar one — not that the latter’s too salty it’s still super delish — so the earthiness of those roasted potatoes really get a chance to shine. And of course we all know how well rich runny yolks go with potatoes 😉
Nobelle
39m
So simple, so elegant, so so good. The thing I really love about Gather, is how they offer simple and fuss-free products, choosing to not over-complicate things and, instead, pay the utmost attention to the little details and quality. You see this literally in every corner of their store: from the interior design, dinnerware, the goods they carry; to the personable service, impeccable coffee and food. . Take their Burnt Caramel crêpe: it’s classic combination of sweet and salty, caramel and butter (no fucking nutella thank god), really simple stuff; but what sets them apart is the quality of the produce and flavours. They use a sparing but sufficient knob of Bordier butter (ie the best butter, quoting Google here it’s not just my opinion), and drizzles just the right amount of burnt caramel for that touch of nutty, slightly bitter sweet element. Every ingredient is perfectly balanced and has a role to play in this dish. It’s just, so elegant.
Nobelle
5h
New Crepe Place To Go To-Gather With Friends Burnt Caramel crêpe which comes with burnt caramel, and Bordier butter. The crêpe itself was delightfully soft, chewy, and slightly eggy. Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/gather-crepe-cafe/
Maureen
1w
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Grilled Cheese ($12) Another new bakery!? Be greeted by an array of fresh handcrafted bakes @bakersbenchbakery. From scones to loaves and sandwiches served from 11am. The Grilled Cheese isn’t quite what I envisioned. Crusty sourdough layered with tomato chutney, smoked cheddar, gruyere, mozzarella, before it’s crowned with parmesan. Don’t expect a pocket of cheese inside though.
Cassie
2d
Cheeky Chicken Two slices of toasted sourdough sandwiched Koji-brined chicken thigh, purple cabbage slaw, kombucha vinaigrette and furikake. ($14) Its not the most delicious sandwich in the world, but I can see its a labor of love. I like the tanginess of the vinaigrette paired with the creamy slaw and the tenderness of the chicken. I wish there was a tad bit more of it for the price point. The sourdough...hmm. Not sure how I feel about that. I suppose I just wish it was more dense and more thickly sliced? But maybe that's just a personal preference. 6.5/10
Chew
5d
Sticky Bun Oh hello there!! I basically screamed and made a beeline for this like the excited little girl I am. 🤣 It comes on a big tray with all the buns stuck together and just dripping with caramel. This bun is super fluffy, chewy and just covered with glossy caramel and topped with pecans. It's reminiscent of those soft breads you get in at the neighborhood bakery except it's majestically sized. It tears open like a cinnamon roll (and indeed, the dough is flavored with cinnamon) with just the perfect crumb. I don't think there's anything mindblowing about it, it's just so aesthetically appealing and you can't go wrong with syrup slathered on fluffy bread. And that crunch from the pecan...totally awesome. 7/10
Chew
4m
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Newly opened Lucid is one of the new kids on the block in the bustling Lavender vicinity. We were there during the soft launch phase and Lucid will be officially opened in the mid of February, so do check them out for coffee and bakes. •••••••••••••••••••• 📍Lucid 38 Hamilton Road, Singapore 209208
Julius
1w
Cloud Beta v0.1 One place that one would not have missed if scrolling through social media over the last few weeks, LUCID is a new space that serves up specialty coffee and cakes at Hamilton Road in the Jalan Besar neighbourhood; the latter sourced from Thoughts Bake. The Cloud Beta v0.1 features elements such as Ivoire Chocolate Mousse, Strawberry Basil filling, and Shortbread base; slicing through the white chocolate mousse layer on the exterior, the mousse was considerably smooth, while the inside reveals a tart filling that gives a refreshing tang from the infusion of basil into the strawberry filling — a very classic combination of flavours, with the shortbread base giving a good buttery crunch. Not the first place to serve up a cloud-shaped cake, but a pretty decent one nonetheless that fits that raw aesthetic of the space
Xing Wei
1w
Three cups of coffee☕️ a day, keeps the doctor away! Tucked away at Hamilton Road, @alucidspace is a new minimalist-metallic café that has gladly extended their soft launch till tomorrow (2 Feb) before closing for a week. Note that they are currently on a tipping basis. 。 👉Strong White - SGD5 👉Milky White - SGD5 👉Mocha - SGD5.50 。 Can’t wait to see their reworked menu, as well as try their bakes from @thoughts.bake. Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Mr Digester
1d
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Gula Melaka Cake with Cashew Crumble from the NEW ‘atas’ looking Singapore Coffee cafe. The Gula Melaka Cake with Cashew Crumble is a rich butter cake infused with gula melaka, coconut milk and rum, then topped with cashew nuts. The dessert is also served with a creamy scoop of ice cream, which you can drizzle espresso over. Some may find paying that much for Iced Kopi ($7) not that worthwhile, and may choose an ‘upgrade’ with its Kopi Shake ($9) which is more foamy, served in a cocktail, and has rich-chocolaty aftertaste. Swipe right to check out the beautiful interior. More NEW cafes here bit.ly/sgcafes #DFDCake
Daniel
34m
It’s impressive how this NEW cafe has elevated Asian coffee. At first glance, it might seem weird to pay $5++ for a cup of Kopi C, a drink you can get for around $1 or slightly more at every coffeeshop in Singapore. But I think it is great that Asia-sourced, locally-roasted robusta coffee beans (the gentleman in charge of this part of the process is Dayat who was instrumental in setting up Kith Cafe and Dutch Colony Coffee Co.) that are brewed and served in our local style is being recognised for being special too. There is no doubt @singaporecoffee_official has done a wonderful job with their branding. From the choice of location in the iconic Raffles Hotel Arcade to the look and feel of the space, from the smartly-uniformed team to every aspect of a customer’s engagement with the brand including menu design, as well as the preparation and service of their beverages, you can see and feel premiumness. There is a section in Singapore Coffee’s menu called the “Grand Asia Collection” that might interest the serious coffee enthusiasts. It is devoted to a collection of exclusive poetic-sounding coffee blends (think “Jewel of Asia”, “Merlion Dance”) to be savoured via siphon or signature drip methods. I had decided to order the Kopi Shake ($9++) for myself after seeing Hamdan take such pride in making it for another customer. The cold coffee, served in an elegant martini glass, was aromatic, rich and is laced with just the right amount of shaved chocolate for sweetness. Besides the local styles of kopi, Singapore Coffee also does espressos, cappuccinos and lattes. For non-coffee drinkers, they offer a Chocolate Piccolo and a few types of tea that include Turmeric Ginger Latte, Red Chamomile, Fine Mint, Matcha Latte and Teh Tarik.
Veronica
1w
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Big Breakfast $27 Everytime I feel it’s a good idea to go to P.S. Cafe(because chilled out ambience – which is the only thing it’s got going for it really), I immediately regret it after the fact. Their brunch items are consistently underseasoned, with the eggs, sausage and salad suffering from a dire lack of any taste whatsoever. Add to that miniscule portions for the giant price tag and it’s guaranteed to put me off till 6 months down the road when I’ve forgotten the distasteful experience and repeat the cycle of self-inflicted sadness again. Taste: 2.5/5
Jason
5d
Crab Tart ($32++) Ps cafe finally available in the hood! As with all other ps cafes, a bit expensive, especially the overpriced drinks, but they do how to create the perfect ambience for each location. In this case, the sound of waves play constantly over the sound system. Contrived, but somehow it works. I prefer this beach location more than the Fullerton one, but my favorites are probably still Ann siang or raffles city as they just look more.. European? . 🚗 : carpark D3 (erp parking) is closest 💡 : Avoid weekends for now as they just opened end Nov 2019 and you know how Singaporeans rush to be the first then complain about the crowd. Weekdays are fine.
Smitten
9w
Lemongrass Mussels and Clams Spaghettini ($29.50++) M E D I A T A S T I NG This was the other dish we tried and enjoyed. Very large in portion (two people can share and probably still have some leftovers), it has the lovely aromatics of a Thai Tom Yum but only a hint of its spiciness. The gravy has a sourish note which entices you to keep sipping, and the seafood tastes fresh as well. I have not doubt this is going to rapidly become a popular item at the beachside branch of P.S. Cafe.
Veronica
10w
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Braised Pork Belly Shiitake Mushroom, Pickled Radish, Lava Egg, Ginger Flower. From Slate; a new establishment at Purvis Street which operates as a Aussie-style cafe in the day, and a contemporary tapas-style restaurant in the evening. An item that is more Asian-inspired than Aussie-style, the Braised Pork Belly is an item off their brunch menu — more of a stew than being braised, the braised sauce carries a savoury note lighter in flavour as compared to the dark and rich sauce typically served up in Chinese renditions of such a dish. Coming with chunks of pork belly and mushrooms, we felt that the portion of mushrooms seem to be more generous than that of the pork belly; no doubt the pork belly was all juicy, succulent and melt-in-the-mouth (though sometimes carrying bits of cartilage), but we felt that it could do with a better ratio of pork to mushroom given how the pork should have been the highlight of the dish. Otherwise, the mushroom does provide a good contrast in terms of texture to the pork belly, while the coriander helps to cut through the savourines; the molten lava egg features a runny yolk and a soft egg white that is a crowd-pleaser. Comes served with a well-portioned bowl of rice on the side, we liked how the rice was just enough to go around the entire serving of Braised Pork Belly and was not too excessive, while the item also comes with sambal and green Chili on the side. A pretty decent item, though perhaps one of the dishes that lacks the Aussie-style influence we were expecting from their concept — still a good dish nonetheless.
Xing Wei
1d
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