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Top left: balloon bread @ $7.90
Top right: mixed platter @ $28.00
Bottom: za'ata bread @ $8.90

Couldn't decide what dips to go for so went for the mixed platter. So glad we did as all the dips were so good! There's hummus, yogurt with cucumber, blended eggplant with yogurt and spices, eggplant salad with capsicum, and diced eggplant with tomato sauce.

Our favourites are the hummus and blended eggplant with yogurt (babaganoush) which are really delicious with the breads.

The mixed platter comes with the balloon bread and we also added another za'ata bread which sounded great cuz of the spices. But maybe because the dips are already tasty, so they really go much better with the balloon bread that's just topped with sesame seeds.

Extremely delicious!
And service staff are really great, though might be due to lack of patrons.

First of all, the price was so worth it because it was so filling I was full for 9h. The brioche was buttered and really fragrant and soft. The tamago had a balance of sweet and savory and was really soft. The portion of tamago was generous too. There were bonito flakes and mayonnaise which made the entire sandwich super umami and tasty !

Used burpple beyond so it was $3.4 for each large cup which was pretty worth considering the quality of the tea and toppings. All were fresh and the tea was fragrant. Brown sugar fresh milk was a little sweet as the sugar level was fixed but delicious. Pudding was soft and slightly sweet so it went well with the lower sugar tea latte.

The roll was really soft and had the layers. But couldn’t really taste the cinnamon, was more a hazelnut chocolate bread.

Spiced Pork Cubes Mee Pok from Toast Box in collab with Myojo Singapore. It has 3 spice levels for their homemade chilli oil - mild, spicy and fiery. Noodles were too soft for my liking though and it could definitely work with more sauce to coat the noodles more thoroughly. The pork cubes were marinated five-spiced style. This is available ala carte or as a set with a cup of barley drink.

Thank you @toastboxsg for the invite! ✨

Spiced Pork Cubes Mee Pok from Toast Box in collab with Myojo Singapore. It has 3 spice levels for their homemade chilli oil - mild, spicy and fiery. Noodles were too soft for my liking though and it could definitely work with more sauce to coat the noodles more thoroughly. The pork cubes were marinated five-spiced style. This is available ala carte or as a set with a cup of barley drink.

Thank you @toastboxsg for the invite! ✨

Spent the day off heading all the way out to the East early to check out the various new cafes around the Joo Chiat neighbourhood — the area is quickly becoming one of the most hip hangouts around the island considering how there are just so many F&B establishments that had just recently moved into the ‘hood; from renowned names such as Common Man Coffee Roasters, Windowsill Pie and Apiary to newcomers into the scene such as Sevens Cafe, one could totally draft out their East Coast (Brunch) Plans in various combinations just to check all of them out in multiple visits.

Being a cafe that is operated by a property developer (i.e. Sevens Group), Sevens Cafe is located beside their property showroom, Sevens Atelier; the space is pretty much aesthetically pleasing with its chic and modern style featuring arches and plenty of natural elements such as wood. The cafe does offer quite a wide spread of options ranging from all-day brunch to burgers, mains, pasta and sides — also available are a selection of bakes such as tarts and roll cakes, while the beverage menu features specialty coffee brewed using beans roasted by Cata Coffee (yes, the Cata Coffee often associated with Woodlands Sourdough during their Serene Centre days) and a good selection of tea.

Visiting the cafe in the early morning, we weren’t really into the heavier mains but didn’t really want to go for the other items such as the Cheese Toast with Ham, 7S Big Brekky (i.e. their Big Breakfast platter) etc.; and that was how we found ourselves settling to share the OZ Buttermilk Chicken Pancakes in the early morning. Described as “Crispy Buttermilk Chicken and Pancakes with Pink Peppercorn Maple Syrup and Whipped Butter”, the OZ Buttermilk Chicken Pancakes was a rather fair attempt on chicken and waffles by the sort of establishment that it is. While the pancakes do look sort of commercial, it does it’s job being sufficiently fluffy and carried a wee bit of sweetness (not sure if that was from its own, or by the pink peppercorn maple syrup) that provided much of the flavour that went considerably well with the fried chicken. The fried chicken, whilst being all crisp on the exterior and with juicy flesh, tasted a tad bland — could certainly do with some brining or marinating for some flavour. The pink peppercorn maple syrup sounded pretty interesting on paper, but there wasn’t a distinct peppery note that would have supposedly given the item a slight spicy kick; instead, it just felt pretty much like a typical maple syrup.

Given the type of establishment that Sevens Cafe is, the OZ Buttermilk Chicken Pancakes is a decent attempt on comforting soul food that is to be served up as a brunch item. Whilst one should probably not expect too much of the items served here, it is undeniable that Sevens Cafe does make for a pretty great spot for a catch-up sessions with friends or a spot to get productive alike — the cosy decor being something which we particularly appreciated during our visit here.

A must-try whenever you visit LINO. Marinated cherry tomatoes with tomato passata and basil pesto.

Price: 4.5/5
Taste: 4.5/5