Fuel Plus+

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What We Love
  • Parking can be hard to find. Best to come via public transport
  • Brightly lit and whimsical, with space for walking in between tables
  • Cheerful spot for all-day brunch at the foot of Mount Faber
  • Tom Yum Seafood Pasta, Salmon Madness, Pork Chop with Sweet Potato Mash, Truffle Fries

16 Morse Road
Singapore 099228

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10:00am - 05:00pm


10:00am - 05:00pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

10:00am - 08:30pm

09:00am - 08:30pm

09:00am - 08:30pm

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From the Burpple community

Must order - truffle bacon mushroom farfarlle
Pulled pork Rosti was eye opening

One of the best pastas I’ve tasted from multiple cafes. Pasta was cooked nicely and the sauce was creamy and didn’t make the pasta dry. Tomatoes were tangy and the pesto was fragrant and fresh.

It’s a branch outlet of refuel cafe which I love, but the taste is slightly different. Not as good as refuel but its decent and with the discount its pretty worth it. The truffle fries was good.

Always loved the food in this cafe, and the dishes I tried today is good as always!

The Truffle Bacon Mushroom ($18) is really the winning dish for today, as the flavour was on point on so many areas. The pasta was al dente and it was coated well with the creamy truffle sauce that had a good amount of truffle oil flavour and was not too cloying. The bacon pieces were very well fried, giving so much flavour to the pasta itself. The mushrooms gave even more umami to the dish, making this a very addictive one!

The Pork Chop & Sweet Mash ($19) was interesting, as they used sweet potato to make the mash, giving it a sweeter touch. The grilled pork chop was well seasoned and grilled, with really satisfying fatty parts around the meat. The meat itself can be a little tough though!

The Plus Burger ($20) was pretty wholesome altogether with the thick bacon and flavourful sauce within, but the patty can be abit dry on its own.

The Truffle Tatertots ($11) were wonderfully crispy and creamy within, but it did get soggy after a while. Truffle taste isn't strong in this one.

The Mocha ($6) was great, with a good balance between the earthy chocolate flavours and the aromatic coffee brewed. Not too acidic and milky!

So glad that we had #burpplebeyond, as it helped to cut 30% off our bill! Definitely a wonderful place and will be back for more 😍

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There are so many new cafes in Singapore, but it remains hard to find a cafe with good creamy (ie rich) sauces and satisfying food items overall and for this Fuel Plus still gets my vote! 5 stars and 5 ❤️. We highly recommend the signature items as shown. We are grateful too that prices are not rocket high and are “all in” - ie what you see on the menu is exactly what you pay/ are billed. Although there are cost pressures facing all F&B outlets in Singapore, I detected just a ~$1-$2 Increase for the larger items on the Fuel Plus+ menu in the course of these few years. Wow. Please support Fuel Plus+, esp given the Burpple discount!


Nothing much to shout about, I personally felt the combination of salty caramel and tart strawberry/drizzle didn't work well.

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