Power Coffeehouse

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We’re Uncle Heng and Auntie Anna, and welcome to our Power Coffeehouse! Nestled in a cozy corner within the neighbourhood of Bedok, Power Coffeehouse is our brainchild - a place for good food, great conversations, and the familiar sense of home.

84 Bedok North Street 4
Singapore 460084

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08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Actually surprised at how this was executed. While i thought it was more dry laksa than hokkien mee, it did the job of satisfying my laksa craving especially with the savouriness being pretty on point. A huge bonus is the generous portion of ingredients! The plate was choke full of fishcake, taupok, egg, and prawns🤤 my favorite laksa is just a stone’s throw away from Power Coffee House, but I’d still recommend this cafe quietly nestled in the heartlands of Bedok 85.


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Hidden gem in the east. Coffee was surprisingly good too. Will definitely be back to try other items. Generous portion!

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Laksa Hokkien mee
Claypot curry chicken
Power Nasi goreng
With battered fish fingers and ngoh Hiang
With green tea latte and kopi latte

Total: $29.30

Food was good, very good Asian delicacies with a cafe twist. Love the fish fingers with the wasabi mayo.
Highly recommend for casual cafe vibes and at a good price.

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Their signature Nasi goreng comes with the option of either sambal spicy or Yangzhou fried rice. I went for the spicy option, and was pleasantly surprised how they mixed up the sambal with the fried rice, while still retaining the Nasi goreng flavour and elevating it with a spicy kick. A generous amount of fried ikan bilis was scattered on the fried rice, so do ask them for less if you don’t want your meal to be too crunchy. You have an option of either chicken or prawns, and while I love seafood, I really was not in the mood to peel prawns, so I went for chicken. I thought they would serve me the chicken dices they offer in their Ayam Lurou Don, but it was actually fried karage. Their fried karage was crispy, however, felt a bit too salty with the already decently tasty Nasi goreng. The onsen egg was also a bit alienated in the fried rice, as it made the rice on the soggier side. I wonder if they have the option to switch up the onsen egg to a runny sunny side up, personally feels like it’d pair with the rice better. Overall, a decent dish but nothing mind blowing. It had a good lunchtime crowd and I do think it’s a good place to chill over a meal or a snack, since they do serve small bites like popiah, muah chee, and toast.


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Power Nasi Goreng $8.90 (shown)
- Large juicy prawns
- Fluffy eggs
- Ikan bilis was a bit salty though

Laksa Hokkien Mee $8.90
- Springy rice noodles!
- Large juicy prawns as well
- A seamless blend of both dishes!

Bright retro vibes, beautiful menu! Loved the watercolour illustrations

@powercoffeehousesg is your alternative brekkie spot at Bedok North if you can’t get a seat in the hawker centre 😉💕

Was there for @burpple 1 for 1 toast set but will go back for the mains cos it looks really delish as well 💕

but too bad for breakfast 🍳 HALF BOILED EGG IS A MUST 🤪 I love their whole old school combi concept 👵🏻 it’s a huge cup of kopi or teh latte ☕️ included in the set together with thick kaya toasts or can go for their ALMOND KAYA TOAST which is crunchy sweet and soft at the bottom, not too bad 👍