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10A-E Yio Chu Kang Road
ICB Shopping Centre
Singapore 545524

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09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm


09:00am - 08:00pm

09:00am - 08:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

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I did not really enjoy both the items I ordered. The oreo cheesecake had a strong lemony flavour to it which did not suit the dessert at all. However, I did enjoy the relaxing ambience at Urban Table. I would return to try the other items on the menu.

Been here twice already, the decor and vibes are really nice, spacious and clean. Although it’s opened recently the weekend crowds have already begun, and it gets pretty noisy then.

The croissant was quite fluffy and crispy, but didn’t come with any condiments or toppings. Apple strudel was sweet and crispy, not anything too special too though.

Overall I’d come back during non-peak to study, but given the pricing not too often and definitely not during weekends.

Newly opened cafe around the Serangoon neighborhood with lots of Korean vibes. Love the space and decor, but the drinks and pastries left us craving for more! If only there were more on the menu cos it was pretty damn good. Especially the pecan croissant, drizzled with maple syrup. Came for the eclair, but it wasn't ready yet - will be back!

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Made a visit to Urban Table recently; a new cafe which had recently opened its doors at ICB Shopping Centre along Yio Chu Kang Road near Upper Serangoon Shopping Centre that serves up a variety of bakes and pastries, as well as a limited menu of mains featuring all day breakfast sets (mostly big breakfast plates).

Since we were in just for coffee, we went straight for a cake to go alongside the Flat White — the Rose Strawberry Shortcake was decent; fluffy cake that features pastry cream, bits of strawberries and crisp, but airy meringues on the top. Overall this feels more like a Bandung cake somewhat; the Rose being more of the dominant flavour here, while it would have made quite a difference if larger chunks of fresh strawberries were used for a stronger note of tart berries — perhaps also with more pastry cream that provides that light creaminess that strawberry shortcakes are known for.

Still, pretty much liked how the spacious this cafe is; one of the larger ones that had opened in recent times which works great for social distancing in times like these, and how it is being located further away from the hustle and bustle — a conducive spot for those looking for a quiet spot to get some work done, read a book, or just to enjoy some solitude whilst being in the heartlands.

They specialize in in-house coffee blend so don't expect a hearty breakfast/delectable selection of pastries and cakes. The only saving grace are the maple pecan croissant and their filter coffee. But their flat white just fell... well flat. No distinct acidity/bitterness/fruit taste to it. Their breakfast of the day (they only sell 1 breakfast dish) is sausages and egg, and it is served without a hint of warmth (literally speaking and food quality point of view). For someone used to be provided with option of having your eggs scrambled/sunny side up or even extra toppings, don't bother. The onions are barely caramelized and salad looks flat and sad. Oh, did I mention that they passed me a tea cup with tea stains around the rim? When I returned it, the barista nonchalantly nodded and exchanged a new one. I paid $72 for 3 pax to have 3x breakfasts, 1 maple pecan, 1 pain au chocolat, 1 flat white, 1 filter coffee, together with cold food and stained teacup. Take my advice and save yourself a trip.