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[Curious Palette] - The Fried Cauliflower with Fish Sauce Caramel ($11.90) was a highly addictive snack comprising of crispy battered and fried cauliflower florets dusted with curry powder. The fragrant lemon emulsion provides a tangy contrast to the luscious house-made savoury-sweet fish sauce caramel. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/07/curious-palette-prinsep-street-presents.html . Curious Palette 64 Prinsep Street Singapore 188667 Tel: +65 62381068 Nearest MRT: Bras Basah (CC Line), Bencoolen (DT Line) Opening Hours: Mon, Wed-Sun: 9am - 10pm (Closed on Tue)
SG
20h
Great Coffee And Ricotta! It was a hot Sunday afternoon and the cafe was crowded and noisy. We got a table for 2 rather quickly. Were told that the waiting time for ricotta hotcakes is 30mins and we decided to wait. Coffee were served fast. Flat white was decent ($4.90) and White Magic was magical, it has a coconut x caramel aftertaste which we kinda like it. The hotcakes arrived 30mins later and oh boy, it was huge and soft! Love the rum & raisin syrup! We were so stuffed after that though we did not order any mains. Would suggest to share this with more friends!
Jaster
3d
Kaya toast for dessert!? A luxe twist on our local classic dishes as @curiouspalette collaborate with Chef Desmond Shen (previously from Magic Square and introduce creations that are bound to tantalise your tastebuds. Kaya, Coffee Butter ($9.50) consist of toasted bread spread with kaya (made of coconut milk and gula melaka) plus a thick slice of coffee butter. To take things up a notch, the soya sauce for sous vide egg is incorporated with espresso. But this sophisticated ‘dessert’ comes with a sweet little price tag which will deter most. Curious Palette Address: 64 Prinsep Street, Singapore 188667 #curiouspalette #kayatoast
Cassie
1w
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🎶Right from the START~ You were a thief, you stole my heart~🎶 Looking to START your meal light at Strangers’ Reunion? Their Snapper Ceviche ($13.90++) will fit the bill. ✅ Featuring a mix of firm cubes of snapper cured in lime juice, creamy avocado, aromatic cilantro, crunchy red onions & shaved fennel, this will surely whet your appetite. 😋😋😋 . Like the tangy zest from the lime juice which perfectly masked any remnants of fishy taste or smell of the raw snapper, & got my saliva gland into an active mode. 🤤🤤🤤 The crunchy cucumbers also rendered a good crunch - I topped mine with the soft & creamy mix of ceviche before popping it into my mouth, just like cheese on crackers. 💕 . Definitely a light & refreshing starter! 👍🏻 Never mind if you can’t get the pronunciation right - just use the universal sign language of pointing & you’ll do just fine! 😉
serene
1w
Avocado Toast ($16.90), Truffle Fries ($13.90) Beautifully plated, had very high hopes for the toast! While the avocado cubes were thick and fresh, the sourdough toast was a bit of a letdown because it was so tough (felt like it was a few days old?) Enjoyed the sweetness from the nuts that cut through the tartiness of the cheese. The truffle fries were crisp and yummy, came with a truffle dip that was addictive!!! And the bowl is deceivingly small, it felt like a never ending mound, so worth I guess!
Natalie
1w
Roasted Cauliflower Salad I keep seeing this dish in menus everywhere. Roasted Cauliflower with yogurt, with mediterranean elements. This rendition was not bad, but not that memorable. Added a sausage which looks out of place haha.
Katherine
2w
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Iced Cappuccino The service at Les Patisseries is quite minimal. Despite accepting same-day Chope reservations up to an hour before the reservation, the staff didn’t bother to check my reservation and just pointed to any table. Most of the tables at large, so you might get a few groups sitting at the same long table when it gets crowded. However, it was quite empty on a Sunday afternoon. The way my iced cappuccino was served in a disposable cup, with a lid and straw despite dining in made me disappointed that this cafe is environmentally apathetic. While their coffee isn’t bad, they didn’t have any non-dairy alternatives when I visited. Perhaps these people need to step up their cafe game, especially in terms of service, if they want to survive in the Upper Thomson area.
Melissa
1w
Matcha Affogato A very thick matcha shot with vanilla ice cream. We found that a fair bit of matcha tended to solidify on the ice cream instead of sliding off and pooling at the bottom as the shot was very viscous, but overall the mixture turned out to be really thick. This would do well as a dessert, but not a beverage on its own. The balance of the bitter matcha and sweet vanilla ice cream is good, and both components complement each other well. I liked the almond flake toppings as well as the bed of crunchy granola, which added a contrasting texture to this creamy and thick dessert.
Melissa
1w
Houjicha Molten Pancake ($17) Boasting an extensive selection of waffle and pancake flavour combinations, Les Patisseries is a great place to head to for desserts in the Upper Thomson area. It’s especially nice for chilling out at, because it’s a lot less crowded than the other cafes around the same neighbourhood. The Houjicha molten pancake is the chef’s special creation and one of the recommended items on the menu. It’s an interesting take on molten desserts, and the roasted tea taste comes through quite well. The molten Houjicha doesn’t flow out that fast, because it’s very thick, but that wasn’t a deal breaker for me as I loved the texture of the lava and its contrast with the pancake. The pancake is topped with black sesame ice cream, kurogoma coral and sesame tuile . I love this pairing so much, and the black sesame taste is so good. I feel that the ice cream deserves a mention of its own as the goma flavour was so strong and nutty. In addition, there’s actually tons of whole sesame seeds inside, which gives lots of nutty flavour and crunchiness in each spoonful. I love it! I loved the Houjicha molten pancake, but there’s so many options for pancakes and waffles that I’m excited to return for the other desserts (and another taste of that black sesame ice cream!). Chope bookings are possible, but requires a minimum spend of $10 per diner (not too difficult if everyone orders a drink and you get a dessert to share).
Melissa
6w
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