#01-2060, Singapore 500004
Recommended by fiancee herself, through a Facebook post, this little jem sits at a quite row of shops at Block 4, Changi Village. Famous for the many eateries there, there are many other dedicated cafes and restaurants there.
On a Friday afternoon, we decided to check the place out. There wasn't much people around when we were there.
|Fiancee infront of the cafe.|
The ambiance was calm thanks to the low lighting and use of wood extensively and natural colors in the cafe.
|The cafe interior.|
|The counter and pastry area.|
From the cafe name and menu, their specialty if definitely more to teas and coffee. There is a choice of cake slices, pies and cupcakes for that dessert fix. There's also a selection of food such as sandwiches, salads, burgers and even all day breakfast menu items. Somewhat similar to mainstream cafes such as The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Starbucks. In addition, they also feature local favorites, Nasi Lemak and Mee Rebus.
So I decided to get their Grilled Tempura Chicken and Mocha Latte while fiancee settle with All-Day Breakfast, Bacon and Eggs with Oreo Milkshake. We also shared a slice of Crunchy Ovaltine Cake. Total bill comes to SGD$42.30.
|Bacon and Eggs All Day Breakfast|
|Grilled Tempura Chicken Burger|
|Grilled Tempura Chicken up close... ALL MINE!!|
Waiting time for the drinks was about 3 to 4 minutes, while the food about another 6 to 8. Have to say, my burger was really really soft and juicy. And from the photo, there's actually an egg hidden underneath the generous slice of cheese. I also tasted fiancee's Bacon and Eggs and I really liked the scrambled eggs. The mocha latte was typical of all coffee shops and the Oreo Milkshake had a strong milky taste which suit us well, considering that I don't really like sweet stuff.
|Hogging the drinks for a photo.|
Though tad a bit pricey, the experience dining there was superb. Food portions are also quite respectable for the price and the ambiance was really really awesome. Oh and did we mention that I also shared a slice of cake?
|Loving the plate. Something you usually see in a museum. Ha ha..|