A bicycle café nestled in the heart of Balestier, with an industrial warehouse setting that will get your cameras snapping away. Bicycle lovers can cycle here with ease using the park connector and order a cuppa while they rest and admire the range of bicycles and accessories offered. Non-bicycle lovers are definitely not forgotten. With a passionate team of chefs and barista working to satisfy your tastebuds, be sure to come with an empty stomache! A huge seating capacity that caters to both small and big gatherings, with a choice of indoor or alfresco, is definitely a plus. Don’t forget to like, check-in and take a selfie with our signature blue door the next time you’re down at Wheeler’s Yard!

28 Lorong Ampas
Singapore 328781

10:30am - 11:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm


10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 11:00pm



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Girls too, because bourbon doesn’t discriminate 😊

Thick like melted ice-cream but zapped with a big shot of bourbon whisky, this S’mores milkshake is great for the “kidult”. It’s an irresistible union of alcohol and a fun drink, torched marshmallows, sugared biscuits and all.

Piping hot and crispy with slices of ham and melted cheddar and mozzarella that practically overflow from between the slices. This is what you can expect when you order the indulgent belly-filler of a Grilled Cheese Sandwich at Wheeler’s Yard.
I shared mine with my niece as I could only manage one piece, and found it extra enjoyable with a dash of Tabasco sauce and a sprinkle of chilli flakes.
Do note it is part of the brunch menu and is only available till 3pm.


Originally created for Singapore’s National Day last year, the Chilli Crab Pasta has been introduced into Wheeler’s Yard permanent menu. And that’s cause for celebration as I think it is very well-priced at $17.90.
Besides the deep-fried softshell crab, there are also pieces of crab meat mixed in with the pasta. The housemade sauce is sweetish, strong on tomato and thick with bits of wispy egg white.
As it doesn’t taste that spicy, this dish can be enjoyed by those who like a bit of zing but can’t handle too much heat.

The runny golden egg isn’t simply to please the eye, it actually enhances the burger with a rich moistness.
And there’s a whole lot already happening between those buns, namely a 180gm Australian Wagyu beef patty, bacon, melted cheese, onion, lettuce and tomato.
This practically begs for a #messyhandsdontcare situation.

These are two of my favourite items to have here. Surprisingly, they’re 100% vegetarian but I hardly notice that because both of them are highly pronounced in flavour and texture.
Deliciously addictive, the “Furikake Cauliflower” has large florets of the vegetables coated in tempura batter. That thin layer of crunchiness keeps everything within nice and juicy, while the copious amount of ”furikake” (the dry Japanese seasoning of mixed ingredients) loads up on the savoury spark. I have to admit, it’s hard to share when something tastes this good.
The “Vegetarian Rice Bowl” comes filled with assorted vegetables such as a big chunk of braised daikon and crisp French beans amongst others, as well as stewed mushrooms and silky tofu. Not that it is visible in my photo but even the rice at the bottom of the bowl is made tastier by a light sweetish sauce. So if you happen to be in the mood for something hearty and healthy yet not plain tasting, this would be a good choice.

What good is a dinner without foodstagram?

We started off with some popiah with chicken and mayo in the pool of desire (blue; poor resolution because my photos didn’t get saved). We then sat down to enjoy our main course with Victoria White - seaweed codfish with squid ink mash potato! So gooodddd when you eat them tog.

And then my maiden experience with low light dining in the black room - fried rice with teriyaki chicken, mushrooms and garlic.

Finally we ended the meal with a delicious dessert, though not for my friend, smoregasm. S’mores and brownie with pop rocks, nuts and sour cherries and berries. Loved it.

I also got a nectar elixir on the side - mix of juices and vodka. A little too much alcohol taste for me. Amazing experience. Can’t wait for the next one!

$96 per pax on Friday nights and $106 per pax for weekends.
Drinks are between $16-18 for cocktails; $12 for wine, $10 for beer.


Whatever they did to this (Sous Vide) chicken breast, they have nailed it in turning blend, skinless, "fat"-less, unexciting chicken breast into such an unsuspecting delicacy. The mash is delightfully tasty with the grilled corn and grilled hazelnuts and a speckle of shisho pickle. I have always insisted that chicken cooked without skin is the equivalent of chicken rice without chilli, curry chicken without potatoes, chicken schnitzel without slaw, yakitori (chicken) without leek, chicken burrito without salsa!


Really like the texture of this spiced cauliflower fritter which keeps the juiciness and flavours in tact. The batter includes Furikake the Japanese dry condiments sprinkled on rice.


I will defo come back for their Suki beef bowl!

Their homemade butter milk waffle was mad disappointing MEGA SIGH :-( I'd appreciate a good waffle w i/c but that's ok — the Suki beef bowl prolly compensated for that.

This is legitedly awesum stuff they got there! NEVER MISS THIS WHEN ANYBARDI HITS THERE. 😉


When the guilt of over-indulgence comes crashing down on me, I look for simpler, meat-free dishes to alleviate it.
Which is why I gravitated towards the "Vegetable Rice Bowl" when I was last at Wheeler's Yard.
On top of the Japanese rice was a neat arrangement of braised daikon, fine French beans, bok choy, corn, silken tofu and braised mushrooms. These were finished with a splash of a light, savoury and sweet sauce for a little flavour boost. Yums!

The venue is so unique and really quite awesome for big groups to chill the day away. I wish I could say the same about the food though (which were all beautifully presented), but each dish just felt like it was missing that "wow" factor for the price point.

If you have a Citibank card like me, they were offering a 1-for-1 deal for starters and small plates - We tried the Black Pepper Lime Squid ($15.90), Truffle Fries ($15.90), Crab cakes ($11.90) and the Caesar Salad ($12.90).

I'll recommend that you get their Iced Espresso Ball ($9) which is served with warm milk for you to control the intensity of the coffee.


180g of Australian wagyu beef with crispy bacon, sliced cheese, onions, lettuce, tomatoes and an onsen egg... all of these packed between a soft bun and beautifully plated out with pickled gerkins and fries.

I felt that this burger fell short in terms of flavour, and my expectations for burgers at this price point to be unapologetic with its flavours and make you go "wow" with every bite. This burger needed something like a heavier cheese, or for the onions to be heavily caramelised, or some rich aioli sauce to bring it all together...

The onset egg is all fun and games to look at and wobble it around until you got it eat it. I don't think it should be on a burger as it makes it too messy to eat with your hands, and that's how all burger should be enjoyed!


Finally got here to try their revamped menu (which is not v new news anymore). 🍴
I got the Suki Beef Rice Bowl. The grilled oyster blade was surprisingly good! The oyster blade is usually tougher than other cuts but they managed to grill the exterior to crisp and the inside is tender enough! 🍴
The short grain rice was also perfect w the suki sauce and raised daikon and not mentioning the onsen egg. And I got to set this straight. Eating numerous numbers of eggs WILL NOT affect your cholesterol. Can't vouch for the beef though.
#beefricebowl #burpple #wheelersyard

Pleasantly surprised by their iced matcha green tea latte($7.50)! Lovers of green tea like myself will surely like this! The chai tea latte ($7.50)which had a really rich taste of chai 👍🏻 And their cakes... they are really not bad. The carrot cake was tasty as well! A really good place with nice ambience to chill and catch up with friends 👍🏻 Do check this place out. The downside would be its price and location. Other than that, I'll give it a 4/5!

Rating: 4/5
Price: 3/5 😕

It's not really spicy at all and there's a sweet tomato taste. I guess it's because they put cherry tomatoes inside. Prawns are nice and succulent just like what the menu states.

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