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Top 10 for Cafes & Coffee in Bedok Reservoir

Top 10 places in Bedok Reservoir, Singapore.

Latest Reviews for Cafes & Coffee in Bedok Reservoir

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Bedok Reservoir, Singapore.
Traditional Tze Char

Traditional Tze char in the Neighbourhood at an affordable price! Nothing much more to be said than convenient for the people around here.

A Rare Gem in Bedok

The Hollandaise Salmon. Roasted salmon fillet is topped with a creamy tart hollandaise sauce, and served with baked potato wedges and mixed salad.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/triple-v-coffeehouse/

Pesto Scramble

Tucked away in a not so sleepy block of flats like any true hipster cafe, refuel serves decent grub at decent prices. Love that they have more on the menu than the usual brunch suspects, like this pesto scramble ($12.90). If only the pita bread it was served with was a tad less hard. They do get really crowded at lunch so best be early!

BMW Wings

Wings are delish at the first bite, but gets too much on the 4th wing. Its ALL wings bytheway, for Wings lovers. Greens comes without dressing, its kinda dry.. just eat it with the leftover sauces from the wings! Good to share ($8.90)

Pancake Stack

Amazeballs pancakes, with butter & honey, best ever! Satisfied my pancakes craving, just today. Greens on the side went well with its dressing. Scrambled eggs are just comfort food.
And the chicken sausage, nth to rave about.. but you get to choose over sausage, bacon, smoked salmon. ($10.90)

Pull Pork Burger

It was a good burger, flavorful, but a little dry on the bread. Generous portion of the meat. Corn sides ($12.90)

Duck Confit Well Worth A Try

Came by Triple V after work since I was in Bedok. Ordered the people's favourite - duck confit. The meat is on the fatty side but is tasty and tender, falling off the bone easily. Enjoyed the crisp edges of the duck skin too, and the rich and generous scoop of potato mash. The pumpkin soup-of-the-day was delightful and not too creamy. Great spacious place to share a meal with friends if you're craving European or western cuisine. Wallet-friendly too!

Value For Money!

Tried out this place near my home recently. A hdb coffee shop converted into a western eatery, with aircon seating. No frills and very good prices. The hollandaise salmon and duck confit was really good for its price and was impressed with those two. Give the lamb chops a miss. And their normal western food (chicken chop etc) was okay and good if you're craving that! The sets and beer deals make a worth-it meal too!

Cheap And Good Western Food

It's hard to fathom why this air-conditioned space in Bedok was near empty on a Sunday evening. The service is efficient and earnest, and the honest cooking is a level up from regular coffeeshop western food stalls. I would visit often if I stayed in the area to eat this generous piece of perfectly pan-fried salmon slicked in tangy hollandaise - it's seriously a steal at $9.90.

Asam Catfish 鯰鱼 ($28)

Tucked at a corner below a block of hdb lies this zhi char coffee shop which serves bloody good asam catfish. You know people usually attack the belly part of the fish because it's the most tender. But with the catfish, every part of the fish is equally tender and the asam gravy is pretty wicked! Personally, I think the other zhi char dishes are so-so but the catfish is one not to be missed! Not sure if the catfish is a cheap fish but for $28 a whole fish it's damn worth it! Pls be reminded the catfish needs to be ordered like 2-3 days min in advance. Recommended to make reservations for dinner as well. This place is pretty small and the crowd starts pouring in after 7pm.
想吃鯰魚嗎?那不如到黃家咖啡店一趟. 大量推薦這家的亞參鯰魚! 魚肉又嫩又新鮮,配上亞參醬汁味道更佳! 別道的煮炒品質還好,但鯰魚儘量別錯過!

Refuel Cafe

I found this green eggs with flatbread to be addictive and very generous. It can probably be shared if you have a small stomach. The mushrooms, greens and green eggs goes well together. It's also a healthy mix of fiber. I liked the flat bread and it would be great if Refuel Cafe offered sharper knifes to cut through it because it's a tad hard.