The cake was delectable though a little pricey. It is recommended to have the cakes with their tea. The ambience makes it worth the visit as well - a quaint Japanese styled hideout to chat with your significant other or close friends.

Sweet potato latte ($4.80) and Blanc Bacon ($15.90) | fell in love with the latte at first sip! The pasta had the right amount of cream and it complimented well with the bacon bits and mushrooms. Great place to chill out - cosy and artsy at the same time.

Almond brioche french toast with caramelized bananas and rum, toasted pecans, whipped mascarpone cheese | Festive menu is up!

Their famous must-have Rainbow Cheesecake made with yoghurt and Ugly Nutella that was oozing molten chocolate - putting the prettiest and ugliest cakes side by side 🙈

Tian Kee Eggs Royale ($14.90), Lasagne ($14.90), clam chowder soup and Ice Snag ($6.50) | Super old school ambience - it used to be a provision shop and Dakota is Singapore's oldest estate. Decent food and interesting drinks (latte+rose syrup) 👍

Been on a lookout for neighbor cafes/waffle places and this wasn't too disappointing. Light fluffy waffles with a slight acidic after taste.

With each serving at around $15+ and waffles with berries, along with being spacious with wifi and power points, it is indeed a great spot to chill and get some work done.

It's da bomb! Crispy pastry served with soft serve ice cream and caramel sauce - it definitely lives up to its reputation and it's simply perfect. The chocolate croissant (chococro) was lovely too!

Vanilla Mille Crepe ($8), Checkers ($8.50) and Strawberry Mille Feuille ($9) - the classic mille crepe definitely lived up to its reputation! Skip the sponge cake though, nothing impressive.

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Assam Laska ($8.80), Char Koay Teow ($8.80) and Cuttlefish with Kang Kong ($7.80)