106 Jalan Jurong Kechil
Singapore 598604

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10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

09:00am - 09:00pm

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Was expecting soft tender ribs but turns out the ribs were tough. The honey mustard sauce was good but wasn’t enough to save this dish.

The other dishes we ordered were good. Will be giving this dish a miss then next time when we are there.


I had scrambled eggs, sautéed mushrooms, streaky bacon, smoked salmon and croissant from the mix-and-match brunch. All the food items are yums and nicely executed.

It’s also a great hideout for me to escape the heat! 🥵

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In picture: halibut burger, beef schnitzel! First time seeing these dishes and they did not disappoint. The beef schnitzel was cooked medium and had a crisp exterior without tasting overly oily. The sweet potato fries were a great pairing with the fish burger! 10/10 will visit again :D

My first visit here and it was much better than I expected☺️ prices are really decent for the quality. In picture: Chicken Parmigiana and DIY breakfast, Barista’s Breakfast (a latte and espresso with their Paradise blend). Enjoyed the food there and really great service too!

The journey in the title refers to me on my journey to find a cafe in Singapore to restore my hope in our local cafe scene. There were some hits and misses and some neutral ground like the regular potato fries and cheese sticks. The flagwhite beef burger did not have a strong beefy flavour and was dry with just the flavour and aroma of the bacon. Misses for me was the halibut burger which I am willing to bet that the halibut was frozen and the sauce on the burger was too spicy to enjoy. Also the iced chai latte that I had was too watered down by the milk. It felt I was drinking milk and imagining the chai. But the hit for me though was the sweet potato fries! Way better than regular sweet potato fries out there and I might wager that they made it themselves from scratch. Also the coffee was good! If I return in the future, I would give the burgers a miss and try their “knife and fork” menu items. Overall, 6.5/10 for me. Might return if I’m in the area.

[ Food Review — Trying more menu items! ] Before the no dine-in restrictions, a certain someone and I managed to squeeze in a visit to Flagwhite to grab some café food for dinner. (Like we said, we thoroughly enjoy the perks of being adults!)

Because we — by we, I really mean I — tend to get the same menu item 9 out of 10 times whenever I’m dining in a familiar spot, I tried r e a l l y hard to deviate from my comfort zone, and ended up getting their Baked Halibut Burger (w/ tater tots instead of fries; w/o grilled capsicum) ($16), while a peckish certain someone ordered the Beef Schnitzel (also w/ tater tots instead of fries) ($18).

Caveat: I tend to be really picky with my burgers, preferring to either subsist super budget versions or swinging to the other extreme of the spectrum by choosing gourmet options. It’s rare for me to get burgers in-between because after eating more than my fair share of burgers — most of them just do n o t justify the price point (and calories).

What I like about Flagwhite is that they do not hold back on portion sizes for their mains. While I was pretty filled up on my meal and it wasn’t bad — finishing the tater tots was quite the challenge — I’d hoped for a little larger a fillet patty. I wouldn’t have minded paying a couple of dollars more; the extra halibut would’ve helped balance out the thick tufts of aged onion jam. That said, the buns were fluffy and the jam had good flavour, but alas, the tater tots were a tad too oily this time round.

A certain someone’s schnitzel on the other hand, did not disappoint. The schnitzel was pretty decently sized without much — if any really — tendons or other similarly annoying tough/dry bits. The meat was pretty trim as well — always a plus point! Here’s something else that Flagwhite does well: They know how to season their crumb coat. Too many places don’t consider how a bland outer cover completely ruins any flavour within, but not here! The layer is thin too, which means you get the full benefit of the coat’s texture and its slightly sweeter profile, both of which complement the beef’s innate savouriness. Would defo get this again!