79 Owen Road
Singapore 218895

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09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm


09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

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Tasty and worth to try

A very unique way of serving it however it’s quite pricey

Creamy chicken scrambled egg crossaint:
Eggs were warm and fluffy and flavourful! The cream sauce with mushrooms and chicken were tasty too but could have been more generous with the serving. Crossaint was buttery and crispy and stayed crispy throughout the meal! Overall am satisfied with this dish
Ikura kombu capellini:
Looked really appetising and packs a punch in flavour.
All the elements come together to create an umami explosion! It is pleasantly spicy but does get a little too salty halfway through the meal so I’d recommend it for sharing

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This pasta with shio kombu sauce reminded me of an elevated fusion version of aglio olio. The pasta was al-dente and topped with sakura ebi, seaweed and ikura. Every bite was so flavourful yet light on the palate with a slight spicy kick to it, and was absolutely umami that I just wanted more of it.

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A pretty tea-based drink for non-coffee drinkers. Created with three layers of strawberry puree, black tea and house-made whipped cream.

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This minimalist cafe though looks bare gives a cosy laid-back ambience. The Creamy Chicken Scrambled Egg Croissant ($16) was a huge hearty sight to behold. The croissant was crispy and fluffy and covered with a blanket of overflowing scrambled eggs. Topped with a light cream sauce, chicken and mushrooms, each bite had a light and buttery mouthfeel. Very filling and very satisfying. 😄

As a tiramisu lover, I definitely had to try their Kahlua Tiramisu ($10) and oh wow! It was a delightful balance of mascarpone cream, espresso and Kahlua; and the ladyfingers were not overly soaked. Super loves! 🥰 They also have a non-alcoholic version.

And I definitely had to try their signature SYIP Coffee and I got the iced version ($6.50). Topped with a thick layer of their house-made whipped cream, the cream was light and its sweetness complemented well with the bitterness of the espresso. 100% must-try! 🤗

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