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4 Jalan Kuras
Singapore 577723

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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Featured in the picture - the Chicken Stew ($17) and the Chicken Cutlet Korean Noodles ($18)!

the Chicken Stew wasn’t as thick & hearty as I would’ve liked but nonetheless the flavours were there. the bread was toasted nicely and the chicken was extremely tender!

the chicken cutlet was really good, fried to perfection and not overly oily. the spice level is extremely extremely mild. the noodles were the standout factor for me - springy and soft!

all prices were nett so total bill for both items came up to $35! very affordable quaint cafe, would recommend coming!

Serve pretty decent coffee here. Not very accessible but makes a great place to spend the afternoon over desserts and coffee.

Quaint cafe in a quiet neighborhood. Flat white was great. Smooth and not acidic. Green spot was also spot on! Matcha lava cake on the other hand was a tad pricey for the serving. Overall pretty good experience.

There is this cafe located at Sembawang Hill Estate, serving some of their signature coffee, main and dessert.

Many people were recommending their chicken stew and I agree on that. Two piece of chicken that was juicy and lots of meat. Accompanied the stew would be their wholesome bread. Pretty much a comfort food for dinner. $17

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hidden cafe behind Sembawang Hills Hawker Centre. Ambience was cosy, service was 7/10. coffee was so so but the dishes were really good. not too pricey as well, prices seem on the menu are nett. food quality was 8.5/10, portions were substantial!! overall, would definitely go back again!

The star of the Scrambled Lyonnaise was indeed the scrambled eggs. Cooked to a perfect combination of runny and firm texture, its the perfect scrambled egg we were looking for. The potatoes reminded us of potatoes you get in a curry puff, which wasn't a bad thing.
We added on an apple cider sausage (+$3) which definitely made the meal more complete!

The Hearty chicken stew was pretty good as well. The chicken was really tender although a little bland. The stew was creamy and surprisingly not salty. I loved the bread which was soft and had a crispy crust.

Overall a satisfying meal. The ambience was pretty good although this place is a little hard to get to.