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[CLOSED] The Hangar

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~$20/pax
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * The Hangar is a Melbourne-inspired café and bar. We serve 100% Arabica coffee that we roast ourselves every week, sourdough bread that we bake fresh every day, creative dishes and snacks paired with craft beers & premium spirits.

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While my money isn’t thick and stacked (unfortunately), the Hot Pancakes from The Hangar certainly are. Three pancakes, composed out of The Hangar’s homemade batter mix, are drizzled with maple syrup and garnished with poached blueberries, thinly sliced strawberries and bananas.

For $20++, it felt kinda underwhelming. While the pancakes were fabulously fluffy and satisfactorily sized, it felt somewhat dull and monotone. The sweet poached blueberries, bananas and strawberries were nice, but it just wasn’t enough to tie everything together. What the hotcakes are sorely lacking is something to bind all the elements together, like a scoop of ice cream.

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To this day, all of Singapore’s self proclaimed top tier coffees have been a beautiful letdown. Good coffee? Probably. On the same level as Aussie coffees? Yeah, nah mate.

However, The Hangar is quite possibly the closest any café in sunny Singapore has come to brewing up a cuppa that could go toe to toe with astoundingly amazing Aussie coffee. Their cappuccino is lightly and delightfully toasty, mildly bitter, and has a luxuriously thick body and creamy mouthfeel.

It’s truly no mean feat to even come close to the standard of coffee down under, so congratulations are definitely in order to the Hangar for reliably pouring up beautiful brews for the last half decade or so.

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Wanted to try their specialty, The Nutty Professor, which was coffee cubes in almond milk but they sold out.

Opted for iced latte instead. Good, not too acidic.

This is $7.50.

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Move aside, run-of-the-mill cafe fare – this Arab Street resident dishes out creatively done, big-on-flavour bowls and burgers. Go for the highly raved Pulled Pork Kolo Mee ($17), a fusion dish of poached egg, flavour-packed pulled pork and springy kolo noodles. Perfect for a sumptuous lunch, the Steak Burrito Bowl ($18) sees a generous portion of perfectly seared steak on cauliflower rice, best paired with the well-balanced Flat White ($5.50).
Photo by Burppler Gwen Cheng

📈: 6.5/10

💸: $18 (Ribeye Bowl), $18 (Pulled Pork Kolo Mee +$1 Chilli Oil)

🤔: Initially went for their steak burrito bowl and their half baked cookie dough, both of which was unavailable so we opted for the kolo mee and ribeye bowl instead. Kolo mee was pretty good to me but my friend lamented that she’s had better and at a cheaper price. Though the pork was a little dry, it was still pretty flavourful and when mixed into the noodle with the egg and the chilli oil, it tasted pretty good. However, having to pay an additional $1 for that small dollop of chilli oil was a little disappointing. There was also 1 pickled cauliflower and some picked carrots and cucumber. We opted for brown rice for the ribeye bowl and I thought it was not bad. The steak was seasoned with just your everyday flavouring but was still pretty tasty to me. Came with a small side of smashed avocado and beans, the latter I did not really like as I prefer my beans warmed up. Food took about 20 minutes and although service was slow, staff were quite bubbly.

Full review on my Instagram @euniceeatseverything
https://www.instagram.com/euniceeatseverything/

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Location 🗺: 25 Arab Street, Singapore 199724
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Nearest MRT 🚇: Bugis
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Opening Hours 🕒: 8:30AM - 9PM
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Rating 📈: 3.5/5
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Price 💸: $18 (Ribeye Bowl), $18 (Pulled Pork Kolo Mee +$1 Chilli Oil)
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Review 💬: Initially went for their steak burrito bowl and their half baked cookie dough, both of which was unavailable so we opted for the kolo mee and ribeye bowl instead. Kolo mee was pretty good to me but my friend lamented that she’s had better and at a cheaper price. Though the pork was a little dry, it was still pretty flavourful and when mixed into the noodle with the egg and the chilli oil, it tasted pretty good. However, having to pay an additional $1 for that small dollop of chilli oil was a little disappointing. There was also 1 pickled cauliflower and some picked carrots and cucumber. We opted for brown rice for the ribeye bowl and I thought it was not bad. The steak was seasoned with just your everyday flavouring but was still pretty tasty to me. Came with a small side of smashed avocado and beans, the latter I did not really like as I prefer my beans warmed up. Food took about 20 minutes and although service was slow, staff were quite bubbly. Do take note that this cafe charges service charge, but not GST. Wouldn’t go back specially for either of the dishes but if I were to crave for an atas kolo mee, The Hangar would definitely be my choice.

#euniceeatssavoury #sgcafe #sgcafehopping #sgigfoodies #burpple

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