211 Hougang Street 21
Singapore 530211

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09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

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I love how this cute cafe is a mix between western and korean😍

Ordered the
- truffle fries ($10.90)
- bibimbap ($13.90)
- fu korean spaghetti ($14.90)
- yuzu cold brew cream ($6.50)

I really liked the food here because I felt that the price is affordable and the food was delicious🥰 Not being a huge coffee lover, I enjoyed the yuzu coffee alot!! (even tho you might not get used to it the first few sips cuz citrus + sth bitter haha😅)

Would definitely come again and recommended to friends staying near kovan as its easily accessible😇 Ratings 9/10!!

A great brunch accompanied with awesome croissants, and cold brew! I love the yuzu cold brew, which may taste alittle weird at first, but I really do enjoy it after several sips 😍 interesting combination!!


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the sourdough was crispy and perfect. the scrambled eggs was soft and tasty - not too dry, just right :) perfect for brunch indeed.

Tried their jjangmyeon, we give it an average rating. Army stew is okay too. Have called few days early to make a reservation and we arrived before our time. Utterly upset when we were assigned a corner wall table with barely enough space to fit a stew pot for 3 people. It was a hazard if we didn’t request to sit outside instead. Hope they provide better service for reservation.

The earl grey chocolate served with cotton candy is enjoyable. A great spot to work from cafe as well, since there is no crowd during lunch time on weekdays lunch.

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Tugged at a quiet corner, this cafe is not to be missed! Despite its western looking decor, it serves some Korean dishes such as army stew, bibimbap, kimchi fried rice and so on. The Korean dishes are not bad, especially around this area. The green tea croissants are usually sold out by afternoon!