237 East Coast Road
Singapore 428930

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08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

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It comes with a piece of sourdough. The stew may look unassuming but it is quite filling. The chicken thigh was tender and meat can be tore off easily. The potato skin was not peeled but it helps to keep the crunch. It may get abit salty after awhile. Would be good if there is a bowl of rice!

The somen tasted abit like mee kia. As the sauce is scallion oil, the dish was abit oily. The salmon was still tender and the scallops were fresh. Although the dish looks interesting, the taste was just normal. I would recommend to try other dishes.

My go to order here. I really love the mascarpone here and the poke with dill and the yuzu jam. Although I miss having the scones (previously it was a scones base) — the biscuits were a good base to complement the ingredients.

I love the tater tots here too — not sure why I feel the ones here are better than other cafes — may be the honey. Coffee here is good too!

Still smooth and creamy despite using oat milk instead of the regular one. The cold brew always hits the right spots!


Custard is rich with strong lime taste & towards sour; love the tart base which is firm & crunchy with nice cookie fragrant yet moist; 1 of the better lime tart I've tasted..

Salmon & tuna poke, onions & oranges mixed with miso shallot vinaigrette; raw fish are fresh & firm; taste reminds me of the raw fish slices sold at porridge shop; tastes refreshing, citrusy & fragrant with hint of sesame oil; appetising & addictive; came with crispy crackers akin to fried popiah skin, which complement the fish well; well-executed dish worth a try..