[CLOSED] Foxhole Cafe

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~$20/pax
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. *

1189 Upper Serangoon Road​​​​
#01-18 The Midtown
Singapore 534785

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From the Burpple community

A big burger of juicy beef patty, pineapple rings, bright red tomatoes and veggies!
Set lunch: main + beverage @ $16.90
No GST. Cash/NETS only
Self-serve plain water

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One of the signatures from @foxholecafesg. Too bad I can’t bring that bottle back.

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Foxhole Café has been quite slow to update their menu, but they’ve finally done it with the introduction of their udon bowls.

This right here is their new Honey Prawn Udon, priced at $16.90 nett. A base of udon is buried by a blanket of seasoned tofu, sautéed enoki mushrooms, corn, Japanese sweet peas, shredded carrots, an explosive poached egg, and of course, the eponymous honey prawns.

To be quite frank, it’s quite far from being one of the best udon bowls in our sunny island state. The udon was overcooked and was close to being mush, it would’ve banally bland if the honey prawns hadn’t intervened, and the prawns weren’t exactly fresh.

But then again, the sweetness of the honey marinated prawns was what livened up the udon bowl. In fact, it reminded me of a bibimbap that had a sweeter sauce poured onto it. It’s healthy, that’s for certain, but it’s unremarkable otherwise.

Perhaps Foxhole Café could look into making each element able to stand on its own. Right now, it feels like every element in that bowl is a passive passenger relying on the prawns to pull them through.

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Each sides/topping cost varies.

I think this was just a soft toasty bun, added on 2 stripes of salmon ($6, steep), mayo truffle mushrooms, pork sausage and sous vide eggs.

The mayo for the mushrooms was too overwhelming, would be better without it.

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$6.50

That’s right. It’s called ugly. But it isn’t at all. Anyways the taste was mediocre, like something you can find from your local bakery downstairs.

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$7.50

I was wondering how come a cup of mocha costs this much. But then it came in a deconstructed presentation. You pour the mocha into the glass yourself. It was served on this wooden block, so chic and hip.

Fun fact: No GST and service charge

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