2 Jalan Mat Jambol
#01-08/09 BIJOU
Singapore 119554

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm


11:00am - 09:00pm

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Strong brew coffee that is not acidic or bitter, not milky; love the Christmas tree latte art..

Raw cheesecake; top is very soft with some smoky taste; centre is very creamy & rich with cheese taste yet not jelat; non-cheese lover also love it..

Beef is very soft & tender, mild beefy taste, beer taste lingering in the mouth when chewing the meat; sauce is very flavorful & rich that I wiped clean with the toast; with pieces of carrot & potato that are well-cooked to soft; toast are thick, soft & fluffy; probably 1 of the best beef stew I've eaten that makes me craving for more..

Al-dente pasta tossed in thick & creamy tom yum sauce; sauce is fragrant, flavorful and robust, mild spicy & sour, very appetising; with slices of squid & 3 medium size prawn that are fresh & well-cooked..

Duck meat is lightly salted, fully cooked but quite tough, probably need to cook longer; with slices of potatoes with onions that is well-cooked to soft; baby French bean with garlic well-grilled that retain juice & crunchy; love the orange marmalade that is citrusy sweet & refreshing..

As much as I love my creative dishes, not everyone does and sometimes the best judge of a café is how well they do the classics. What I like about this Kins’ Big Brekkie ($24) is that it really does look like a massive, hearty, tasty breakfast plate — and it tastes like that too. Their scrambled eggs are done rather well and just the way I like em: nice silky folds, creamy from being just slightly underdone, and not overly rich or buttery. Big thumbs up to their shrooms too, which were beautifully browned, well-seasoned and full of umami. Sourdough was nicely buttered and toasted; tomatoes sweet and grilled just right; and the regular processed hashbrowns well, hard to fuck up. I am a little on the fence about their candied bacon, which was very unevenly “candied” — if that makes sense to you. It was more akin to maple-drizzled bacon strips to me, with the top slice receiving more of the syrup bath and the bottom slices like regular (and very crispy) bacon. The sausage also tasted more like those processed English Cumberland ones, without the juicy chunky meat. It is a lil expensive considering the rather straightforward ingredients, but it’s tasty and satisfying and yknow it’s not always that easy to find a brekkie that offers you that — as common as this is.