1 month ago by Evelyn
It's been awhile l last visited Toa Payoh area and just happen to be that area. So do a search on what to have for dinner with friends. Chance upon this western stall and decided to give it a try. Upon ordering, the one who took our orders look familiar and then we realise he was one of chef who took part in a cooking show on channel 8. (Of course we didn't ask him but got the answer from the photos on their fridge) Friendly owner and he recommend us to try their chicken chop, seafood tom yam pasta black pepper beef steak and cereal salted egg fries and of course we did. Was impressed with their way of taste and presentation of their food. ( almost forgotten we are at a coffeeshop and thought we are at a cafe.) Love their chicken chop which they grill to a charred surface and their smooth mashed. Their seafood tom yam pasta with plenty of seafood and the right consistency. Beef steak is tender and nice saucing. Never have we thought of salted egg yolk and cereal really match a lot. Omg!! Didn't regret ordering what's recommended and will be back to try again!! Generous portion and taste great!! Take our moolah away... Nice!!
1 month ago by Anonymous
This western food stall is a hidden gem located in Toa Payoh North Coffeeshop. Was introduce by friends and decided to give it a try. From then on, I'm in love with their food. This stall is run by 3 young chefs. Their food taste and presentation I can say it's appealing. From their food I can see their pride in the dishes they dish out. Bravo! But somehow I feel that their tomato base seafood pasta... sometime it's yummy but sometime it's too watery. Notice that they took turn to cook. (If only I can choose the chef to cook ;p) Overall experience, good!
7 months ago by Jess Chew
First time trying their food with family and I must say they served good western food in a heartland coffeeshop. Had their chicken chop and their vongole pasta and I must say it live up to their taste and texture. Mum and dad had their fish and chips and they served malt vinegar is just the way we had it in England, crispy and tender. Need not say about the way they presented their dishes. Their presentation just as if we are dinning at a restaurant. Will not hesitate to recommend this stall to anyone. Nice and cheap. We love it!