W39 Bistro & Bakery

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Our menu is made up of European styled dishes, subtly enhanced by an array of local and regional ingredients. Tuck in to favourites for all occasions, with a range of breads, cakes, tapas, brunch, lunch and dinner. Because you don’t need to wait for the weekend to have a good time, at W39 we’re firm believers of living life like it’s always Sunday - all week long.

39 Jalan Mas Puteh
Singapore 128637

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm


11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Aglio-olio pasta with fresh prawns and bacon, peppered with deep fried dried shrimps. Heavenly!

My hoomans finally brought me here! Second time here since 2015. The interior of the cafe didn’t change much, but the taste of the food vastly improved.

Ordered the Carbonara ($17), Pan-Seared Lamb Rack ($28). The pasta was super creamy and quite gelak after a few mouthfuls but the lamb rack (medium rare) was super on point! Would totally recommend yall to try out it out as it surely does not disappoint! 😋

The staff were also nice, as they gave me a little biscuit while my hoomans had their meal!

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Nasi Lemak w Ayam Masak Merah ($15)

A decent plate with delicious chilli however it was quite expensive for the price...
The cafe is usually crowded during Lunch time so expect to wait for food / service.

Egg Bene usually seals the deal if I would go back to a brunch cafe, for this I would. Homemade cakes that comes at big slices are yummy too. Good service tops the experience!

Another of my find suitable for working purposes. There’s a wide variety of food choices to choose from and they serve pretty decent food. Chef’s Special Assam Seabass with Rice totally bring out the local flavors. Sweet and sour flavored gravy with that layer of crisp seabass skin atop the firm seabass, was really good. Good contrast of color and texture all in that one bowl.

Ps/ they have drinks as interesting as teriyaki avocado latte! Game to try?

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In light of the source of my eternal torment, namely the final paper on the devious mechanisms of Business Law, denial has bestowed unto me safe passage in writing to distract myself from the now. The only true shred of knowledge that I can confidently proclaim would be that it is illegal to commit a crime.
May it please the court, my name is @thintbites and I am counsel for all things culinary in nature. The defendant, W39 Bistro & Bakery has, in retrospect, engaged in criminal behaviour that is unlawful in the eyes of the common law: serving disappointing food. It was an implied term that the dishes that the plaintiffs had ordered was going to be parts of a delectable whole. In accordance with Section 14.2A in the Sales of Goods Act which states that the “goods are of satisfactory quality if they meet the standard that a reasonable person would regard as satisfactory, taking account of any description of the goods, the price (if relevant) and all the other relevant circumstances”, the defendant had failed to deliver as promised, serving up dishes that were imbalanced in flavours, minimal in portion and lacking in any redeeming factors whatsoever.
The Chef’s Special Assam Seabass and Fragrant Rice ($22) was unfortunately, anything but special. The assam gravy was simply too heavy and imbalanced, and for its price, was not of satisfactory quality. The Chicken Roulade ($22) had a glimmer of hope; in that it was a good attempt at a correct concept, but lacked the refinement and balance of a good dish. It was a roller coaster of flavours, but rather the kind of roller coaster that makes you dizzy and nauseous, leaving you lying on the cold hard ground. The only promising dish of the night was the Pork Cheek Quesadilla ($20), with meltingly tender pulled pork cheek in tortilla wraps. The Starter Platter ($32) will allow one to select from any four of their unimaginative starters, and ironically had to be the least value-for-money in terms of the anticipated quality of it all with bland fries, run-of-the-mill mozzarella sticks and sautéed mushrooms that were simply a tired attempt at a country classic.
With that, I rest my case. Thank you your honour.