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Opened by @guzaorentaiwanporridge, @sengcoffeebar serves up cafe favourites and casual dining that combines fresh produce and great flavours. Plus a delectable dinner and dessert menu, complete with a selection of wines and drinks!😋

Here’s what we enjoyed for brunch…
👉Mentaiko Mac & Cheese - SGD18
penne, bacon, mentai cream, mozzarella cheese, parsley
👉Breakfast Feast - SGD20
sourdough, grilled bacon, grilled cheese sausage, sautéed mushrooms, sautéed baby spinach, grilled vine cherry tomato, guacamole, choice of egg (omelette)
👉Clams in White Wine Sauce - SGD15
served with sourdough
👉White - SGD5
👉Secret White Cold Brew - SGD8
tasting notes: chocolate, hazelnut, caramel

All in all, what we ordered didn’t disappoint, maybe except for the guacamole which was kinda watery and a tad bit too sour. Their sourdough bread and Secret White Cold Brew stood out the most for us.👍

You can expect the less common latte art here. Swipe left👈 to check out mine!

❗️Weekday Happy Hour 4-7PM: SGD9 pints when you dine-in

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Seng Coffee Bar
389 Changi Rd, S419838
🚇#widKembangan #widEunos

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The opera cost $11.90. I think it's expensive but I am also aware that it's the standard prices for operas plus it's quite difficult to make the different layers. I think it's a decent opera cake as I am not a coffee lover. The guy in the group likes it. So if you do love coffee and opera i think give this cake a chance. Not for me as I find it too pricey for my pocket. The matcha is ok. It's average. So far I think this place does coffee better. I didn't take the picture but the others in the group other flat white and another type of coffee. They seem to like it.


This is so delicious. Yum yum. The online reviews are right. This roll is large and moist and infused with the hojicha taste. The cream is refreshing and not cloying. There's also this sorta tea jelly in the middle. I didn't expect much because the pricing of this roll is also much cheaper at $7.90 compared to the other cakes in this cafe. I have tasted other hojicha rolls in other cafes that are priced slightly higher and still taste dry. This hojicha roll is such a nice discovery and I will definitely buy again the next time I visit this cafe.

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I am going to review this as a blueberry cheesecake. As it taste like one to me more than a burnt cheesecake. It's pretty decent. The cheese is dense and abit creamy in the middle. If you are looking for one with a molten middle, this isn't it. But if you like a good decent cheesecake, this will fit the bill. The added bonus is that the staff are also pretty friendly and the ambience is nice too.

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Plant-based burger joint VeganBurg has recently brought back their Rasa Sayang Burger ($14.90) just in time for Hari Raya! I tried it recently it’s really sedap! It’s an entirely vegan burger with mycoprotein patty, vegan sunny side up egg, kampong sambal, caramelised onions, lettuce, cucumbers and garlic aioli in between whole wheat buns. I thought the combination of these ingredients all worked pretty well, but it’s the sweet and spicy sambal that elevated the burger from good to shiok!

I also upgraded my meal to a set (top up $6.90) with the Coconut Fries and Rose Bandung. The coconut fries were not bad (comes with coconut shavings and vegan mayonnaise), but the rose bandung was a little too sweet for my liking.

✨ Overall Rating: 3.5/5
🏷 VeganBurg
📍 44 Jln Eunos, Singapore 419502
⏰ Mon-Sun: 11.30am to 9pm

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Joo Chiat has a disproportionately high concentration of Vietnamese eateries, and the newest one to join their ranks isn’t entirely Vietnamese. @joochiatcaphe fuses Singaporean elements into the Vietnamese classic of banh mi, and even though they’re not halal certified yet, they are definitely Muslim friendly.⠀

Not gonna lie, the Battered Crispy Fish Fillet with Honey Mustard at seven dollars nett is neither Singaporean nor Vietnamese in particular. It’s definitely delicious, however, and it’s a terrific twist on banh mi. A beautifully battered, thick fillet of fish is slightly seasoned & deep fried to a glorious golden brown shade. Then it gets liberally drizzled with honey mustard, and into the freshly baked banh mi it goes very carefully.⠀

As you might expect of any half decent deep fried fish, the batter is brilliant. It’s just thick enough to produce that distinctive, highly sought after crackle, but thin enough to not be an oil sponge. The fish fillet inside was startlingly stellar, and I was utterly floored by just how fantastic this fish fillet was. It isn’t the most well seasoned fried fish in town, but it is one of the flakiest and moistest fillets I’ve ever had. I’m not even kidding, there was an impossible amount of moisture being secreted by the pearly white fish.⠀

The honey mustard dressing was equally awesome, and it flavoured the entire banh mi. It’s sweet, a little zesty, and it was a matchless marriage for the fabulous fried fish. The lettuce & cucumbers this banh mi was garnished with added a huge hit of freshness and crunch to complement the crusty Viet baguette. The iron heavy flavour of the chicken pâte spread on the bread is an acquired taste, but I rather enjoyed the smooth, strongly flavoured spread.⠀

Joo Chiat Caphe might not be even remotely traditional, but it is remarkably, tremendously tasty. No cap, bro.


Enough has been said about this hidden and elusive gem. It really blew us away. It may be tiny and understaffed, but the food was gourmet level. This is the giant plate they usually serve in and two of us shared this. We actually ordered two portions but the boss was kind enough to tell us it's too much. In other words, he declined the business. Respect. The mandi looks unremarkable but it's so fragrant. The chicken leg was torched and so smoky yet incredibly tender. The mutton could be gamier, but definitely tasty enough. Some parts were tender, some less so. The mutton biryani was full of flavour in a different way, mainly from the curry, and its meat was gamier. Comes with raw greens, chilli sauce and yogurt.


Delicious Muslim-friendly Vietnamese sandwiches generously loaded with ingredients. The freshly baked baguette had a lightly flaky exterior and soft interior. Filled with smooth chicken pate, sweet chicken floss, Vietnamese mayo, chilli, crunchy pickled vegetables (did wish for stronger tang), and refreshing coriander.

No 6 𝐄𝐚𝐫𝐭𝐡𝐪𝐮𝐚𝐤𝐞 ($8.50) was generously loaded with all the meats - chicken cold cut, grilled chicken thigh, and lemongrass beef patty. Personally enjoyed the beef the most for the distinct lemongrass fragrance and juicy bite but did find it a tad fibrous. The cold cut chicken was thinly sliced and lighter in flavour. Would recommend this for meat lovers or for sharing.

No 2 𝐇𝐨𝐧𝐞𝐲 𝐠𝐥𝐚𝐳𝐞𝐝 𝐠𝐫𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐝 𝐜𝐡𝐢𝐜𝐤𝐞𝐧 𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐠𝐡 ($7) had a sweeter profile overall, with juicy and tender meat.

Also love the cosy space of this quaint cafe that transports us back to Vietnam!

📍@joochiatcaphe, 263 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore

Insta: cafehoppingkids

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16 Apr’22, Sat🌤
📍VeganBurg (Eunos)
- Creamy Shrooms🍔
- Seaweed Fries🍟
- Cranberry Lemonade🥤

The burger was nice, the patty tasted like real meat/chicken patty, the creamy sauce with sliced button mushrooms & fresh lettuce, goes really well together with the patty. One more point to add was that the bun was soft & fluffy, yummy!

Seaweed fries, thicker cut like MosBurger’s, seaweed seasoning was a bit pathetic, couldn’t really taste the difference as compared to normal fries (just less salty maybe).

Cranberry lemonade was refreshing and not too sweet, with a hint of sourness, nice~

Damage: $14.80

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16 Apr’22, Sat🌧
📍Seng Coffee Bar (Eunos)
- White☕️

Rich, medium-heavy bodied, nutty and chocolate finish, nice! Wouldn’t mind coming back again!

Bonus: Nice interior, instagram-worthy~

Damage: $5

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Came across this café while walking towards Tin Yeang Restaurant nearby to have Mr and Mrs Mohgan Crispy Roti Prata for brunch! It’s super nearby, just diagonally across from Tin Yeang. After looking at the sparse reviews on Burpple/food blogs, I decided to give it a try. Please note that it is no longer gratuity-based – they now have fixed prices on their menu. Didn’t really take note of the individual prices but I paid $28 in total for the below:

• White (hot)
• Iced White
• Iced Matcha Latte
• Iced Hojicha Latte (as pictured)

Drinks come with sippy lids (no straws) and you may opt for a tray for takeaway orders (don’t think they provide carriers for takeaway). As seen from the various reviews, the drinks came unsweetened. I personally found it quite refreshing despite the lack of sweetener/sugar and the milk was able to fully bring out the roasted notes of the hojicha powder. Consistency of the drink is smooth and not grainy at all 👍🏼 I would recommend the non-coffee lattes to be consumed on the spot as, without straws, the powder sedimentation accumulates at the bottom of the drink over time and you have no way of stirring the drink. No other comments for the other drinks other than the Iced White which my boyfriend had, and his review is that it’s “one of the nicer coffees around” so make of that what you will!