Hatter Street Cafe (SG)

The interior

 We made a visit out here on Vesak Day holiday and it was peak afternoon tea time.

Waited 25 minutes for table and self-ordering, we finally settled down.

Overall, a sweet whimsical bordering girly interior.

Salted Caramel Cheesecake ( a really puny tiny slice) at S$5.80

I had to order cheesecake when I spot a good looking one, especially with salted caramel.

To my dear surprise, the portion was really puny.

Half of the typical one that you get from Coffee Bean & Tea Leaves and thinner.

Flavour was good, texture was plausible, biscuit base was alright.

Portion Vs Pricing was disappointing, felt unfair actually.

Gula Melaka Waffle w/Pandan Ice-cream ~S$7.80

 The waffle here is raving reviews online and offline on various mediums, by obligation, we ordered it.

Yes, the waffle was crispy on the outside and packed some stodginess within – I do not like those light fluffy one within so this version hit the spot for me.

Gula Malaka and Pandan flavours were match made in heaven, indisputable.

Nakhon Thai Kitchen just a few steps down serving scrumptious food at budget price…all this for S$21 serving 2 pax.

So, then we headed for our late lunch.

Yup, we did desserts first.

First time trying this reasonably priced Thai food restaurant, overall the food served freshly cooked and didn’t seem to tone down too much of bird’s eye chillies which was perfect.

Hatter Street Cafe
Address: 212 Hougang Street 21, #01-333, Singapore 530212

Nakhon Kitchen
Address: Block 212 Hougang St 21, #01-341, Singapore 530212
(also available in branches)


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