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1 West Coast Drive
#01-73 NeWest
Singapore 128020










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Monkey Business ($12.9)-toasted banana loaf was a bit dry, peanut butter poppiah was incredible paired with the sweet loaf and ice cream 4/5

Serving some health concious food although not lacking on the naughty stuff as well.

Assam Fish Bowl ($17.9)-sour and spicy, not really a fan of the aroma, but taste wise was good 4/5

Believe it or not, this hole in the wall serves up pretty good and healthy dishes with vegan options! The cafe presents a quiet and comfortable ambience complemented with warm lighting and an open kitchen - perfect for a 1-to-1 meet up with your closest friends.

The Assam Fish Rice Bowl ($17.90, back) gave a good first impression with its rainbow colours and an assortment of ingredients. That blob of fish pieces coated in a thick red gravy may not seem appealing, but it sure packs a punch as the nonya spice slowly infuses your palate and kicks you with the chilli. A really impressive dish!

The Norway-inspired Open Sandwich ($12.90, front) comprised of a vegan patty made out of lentils, mushrooms and almonds, sitting atop one whole portebello mushroom and wholegrain toast. Once again, a good impression was given as the earthy fragrance of the mushrooms assailed my nostrils. The vegan patty and cashew mayonnaise were indeed flavourful, but I wasn't too pleased with the patty being crumbly - it kept breaking apart whenever I stick my fork and knife in. Perhaps a little binding agent to hold the patty together will be good! Also, the bread tasted a little stale and I found it hard for all the components to harmonise well together.

Nonetheless, I love this cafe for its extensive menu of wholesome dishes and chill vibes. Would definitely return to try other dishes, especially their desserts!

The griddlecakes played it like fragrant, buttery McDonald's hotcakes, whilst elsewhere the pistachio ice cream was a thick, nutty pleasure and the bitter coffee butter was a Sudoku puzzle to the tongue. 3.9/5

A dish that surpassed my expectation, with the flavourful prawn broth bearing a sweet unami note. Instead of the usual fried, dry style of Hokkien mee, this version is served in a soupy base, resulting in soft, wet vermicelli where every mouthful possessed the sweet, umami flavour and fragrance of the prawn broth. Due to my personal preference, I had requested for squid to be omitted in replacement for more prawns. Prawns could have been more plump and juicy IMO but the addition of generous amount of fried egg and tender, well marinated chicken chunks made the overall meal a satisfying and fulfilling one; every spoonful an enjoyment to my palate šŸ˜‹. Also served alongside is a side of homemade chilli sauce that sure packs a punch with its tangy note of spiciness - not for the faint hearted! šŸ”„ My dining partner and I could not help but agree that this was indeed one of the better Hokkien mee out there. Though price is not that economical, the ambience, service and quality of food makes every $ worth it! šŸ’– .
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This pumpkin soup was creamy and leaned to the sweeter side. That said, its sweetness was not overwhelming and was very welcoming to my palate. I had it as part of the lunch set (+$7 for a drink and a soup), and the portion was just right - it might be too jelat if it was a normal serving/ ala carte size.

To enhance the experience, this bowl of soup would have been even better if it was paired with croutons to introduce a crunchy element to the otherwise smooth soup.

Tucked within newish shopping mall NEWest in West Coast, this cosy, wood-accented cafe offers a menu packed with nutritious and flavourful dishes, and the warm ambience makes it ideal for an intimate dinner catch-up. One of the co-owners is a trained health coach, so we know our nutrition is in good hands. While the focus is not solely on vegetarian dishes (non-vegetarians must try their super flavourful Nonya-inspired Assam Fish Rice Bowl, $17.90), there are tons of meat-free options like the Norway-Inspired Open Sandwich ($12.90), which sees wholegrain toast topped with vegan patties (made from sweet potato, lentils and almonds), portobello mushrooms, house made chimichurri dressing and cashew mayonnaise. They are able to customise and prepare vegan or vegetarian versions of many other items on their menu ā€” points for flexibility! For sweets, try CoCo Madness ($8.90), which sees a slice of moist gluten-free Coconut Almond Cake ($6.90) served with vegan whipped coconut Valrhona chocolate cream and vegan maple coconut mousse, all made in-house!
Avg Price: $20 per person
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Nyonya-inspired Assam Fish Brown Rice Bowl. Expect a huge portion of haddock fish doused inĀ aĀ house-made assam sauceĀ thatĀ containsĀ cubed zucchini, sliced mushrooms and organic tomatoes. The dish comes with an onsen egg and a side of greens too.Ā 

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S$6.90 Nett.
Really in love with this coconut cake! Simple yet delicious. Aromatic yet not overly rich. Dense and moistĀ with the perfect sweetness. No unnecessary cream or fancy plating. Just a natural cake accompanied byĀ some homemade dark chocolate sauce with option to add on homemade #vegan coconut yoghurt.
Besides the coconut cake, I also love their drinks and food.Ā Striving toĀ make wholesome food with whole grains,Ā Thrive Kitchen alsoĀ promises to avoid using artificial and processed ingredients.Ā As someone who is used to home cooked food with little salt, I find all their stuff perfect in terms of sweetness and saltiness. Try and let me know if this is your kind of cafe?
Where to findĀ this?
Thrive Kitchen @thrivekitchensg
1 West Coast Drive, NeWest L1-73, S128020
Mon to Thu: 10.30am to 9pm
Fri: 10.30am to 10pm
Sat: 10amĀ to 10pm
Sun: 10am to 9pm

We found this new place in the west and we kinda like it as they serve healthy food and the place is quite cozy and nice deco with cozy corner, long wooden bench where we sit and eat our nice and yummy food after our weekly badminton session! Nice place to relax n have a decent cup of coffee!

Waited about 15 minutes for the dish to be served. It was worth the wait, the chicken thigh was made till tender and the curry was tasty - not too spicy, go very well with the fragrance brown rice. Also had a bottle of freshly pressed immunity booster orange (organic), you have the option to add tumeric but I was not adventurous enough today to try šŸ˜…. Very good dining experience in this quiet cafe, food are all healthy versions -- will definitely visit again as there are good variety of dishes to try. šŸ‘šŸ‘

Here at Thrive Kitchen for the first time. Love the deco and feel of the place. It gives a very comfy and cosy feel.

Ordered the cheese and chicken toastie. A simple sandwich with cheese, chicken and a sunny side egg between 2 thick and fluffy brioche toast. Yummy!

Had the savoury French toast but it failed to impress. The scrambled eggs didn't have the buttery fragrance to it and it felt more omelette like. The dressing drizzle on it tasted a bit sour and didn't go well with the dish.

We had the coconut cake and I love it as it had a strong coconut taste and it wasn't very sweet.

For coffee we had Magic (double piccolo latte) and cafe latte. Coffee tasted a bit sour when it was cold.

Ambience: 5/5,
Food: 3/5,
Coffee: 3/5,
Price: 3/5.
Verdict: Don't need to travel all the way for it. šŸ˜…

Seriously one of the moistest chocolatey goodness that I have tried..and it's flourless!
Had it accompanied by the prettiest rose buds tea...yes.. real rosebuds ... in the tea.

The banana cake looked so good that I dived straight into it before snapping a photo. This simple cake is a gem. Try it and you will know that it is baked with freshest ingredients. Rest assured that it will not leave u very bloated. The ice cream is good to go with the cake, as it is very light (vegan ice cream).

Generous portion of salmon, cooked at the appropriate moist level. Refreshing taste of kale drenched in seasoning that goes very well with the healthy brown rice. Not to mention the seaweed and peas, which give additional crunch to the entire taste experience. What a good and clean meal - guaranteed to satisfy anyone's tastebuds - whether eat clean or not.

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