3 Boon Tat Street
Singapore 069612

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10:30am - 04:30pm

10:30am - 04:30pm

10:30am - 04:30pm

10:30am - 04:30pm

10:30am - 04:30pm

11:00am - 05:00pm

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Was a little disappointed, didnt look appetizing either. But since burpple 1v1, it's okay. But wouldnt patronise if full priced though.

Had a good experience previously with their Dons. However, DO.NOT.ORDER.THE.TRUFFLE.PASTA

It's bland as hell.

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Nothing to rave about. Oil used was definitely old & re-used, they should have used a newer batch of oil to fry this. It's pretty obvious from the darker tones of the crispy batter. The pork meat was also kinda dry, which I believe was due to the meat being overcooked or no longer fresh? Generally a lot of room for improvement.

Rating: 2 / 5


Visited at 5:00pm so completely empty! Cafe all to myself~ delicious maguro cubes with sliced tamago. Comes with side salad(with fresh orange!) and 2 small brownies. Had an iced coffee as well and it was refreshing.

For the last stop of #cravesgtours' Of Kaya Toast & Coffee Tour, we got to make our own Kaya thanks to Joo Ann of @vanillabarandcafe which was so much fun and extremely hard work! But what a tasty treat after, with this Kaya Toast with a little twist - the addition of truffle sea salt that gave a little crunch, and a whole lot more flavour to the already fragrant, smooth hainanese kaya and creamy, lux French butter, sandwiched between soft, lightly toasted bread. Sadly, this comfort food isn't on the menu but you could ask for the special truffle-infused Kaya with their mini pancakes!

Thank you Vanilla Bar & Cafe for hosting us with this delightful snack and the lovely space; #burpple for the invite and @cravesingapore/ Edwin, our guide, for the well-organized and informative tour that made me feel like a tourist in my own country😛


TRUFFLE KAYA WITH SEA SALT AND FRENCH BUTTER TOAST (ok not sure of the exact naming of this dish but that's what went into it)!!! Transforming the humble local Kaya toast into a semi-luxurious breakfast dish. And the combination (mildly weird as it may sound) works!!! The smell of truffle complemented the coconut jam perfectly. Accompanied with the french butter... It was just such a delight to have! Thanks Burpple, Crave Singapore and Vanilla Bar and Cafe for the super fun Kaya making workshop!