Chye Seng Huat Hardware

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Chye Seng Huat Hardware is Papa Palheta's new establishment - it houses the Roastery, the CSHH Coffee Bar and the C-PlatForm.

150 Tyrwhitt Road
Singapore 207563

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08:30am - 10:00pm

08:30am - 10:00pm

08:30am - 10:00pm

08:30am - 10:00pm

08:30am - 10:00pm

08:30am - 10:00pm

08:30am - 10:00pm

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1-1 cakes cannot be used on weekends. This rule is not found in T&C though.

The 1-1 for cakes / pastries is not accurate. None of the pastries are part of the deal. Only the cakes.

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Came back for the chicken breast soba noodles
But it wasn’t as great as the first time I had it. Not sure why.
Tried their beers too and it’s pretty nice, a chill place for dinner for the outside seats since it’s more cooling at night.

Choco muffin was a lil dry but paired well w the choco on top. Blueberry lavender cake was moist & fragrant. Serve w free flow water

There's a whole range of 1-for1s for CSHH on Burpple, and this time round we decided to try out the teacakes selection. Got the Lemon Tart ($8.50) which came in a pretty decent portion and was a nice balance of sweetness and tartness. We also chose the Summer Lychee Rose which was a soft muffin with hints of lychee adorned with real lychee atop. Loved both of them. Had the Black cold brew ($7.50) to wash everything down. With Burpple, total came up to $19.18. Would have been perfect if not for the slightly uncomfortable high chairs we were seated at by the counter. Nice to people watch though!

The name is probably because they use penne instead of macaroni. It’s rlly cheesy and we liked the mushrooms and creamy spinach inside, personally would have been okay if there was more cream, as some of the pennes were hollow and dry. But the cheese was savory without being surfeiting