It was barely a 2 minutes walk from Telok Ayer MRT station and I could actually go the wrong way while following my GPS??? Argg… So sorry to the keep other hungry bloggers waiting ..
This little Australian cafe tucked within the Central Business District and has been serving up comfort food and drinks for over 6 years. Sarnies emphasised on wholesome food made from scratch using fresh and quality ingredients. I had the privileged to try out the newly launched menu that day.
|Grilled Haloumi with Onion Jam & Roasted Cherry Tomatoes ($13)|
|Spicy Buffalo Wings ($14)|
|Pulled Pork, Chili, Coriander, Red Cabbage ($8)|
Despite being petite in size, the Grilled Haloumi with Onion Jam & Roasted Cherry Tomatoes ($13) was robust in flavor and packed a punch. The buns were said to be freshly made in house and grilled to a slight crisp before sandwiching the ingredients within.
Thankfully the Spicy Buffalo Wings ($14) were not as spicy as those of ‘Asian versions’ which could burn one’s stomach. The mildly spicy marinate had hints of spices which I felt was unique in terms of taste.
I was already tempted to bite into the wrap filled with generous filling of Pulled Pork, Chili, Coriander, Red Cabbage ($8) after a squeeze of lime. I enjoyed the textural contrast of the crunchy red cabbages against the tender but still slightly firm pulled pork. ‘That’s a wrap’ for the appetisers I tried that day. (Pun intended)
|Southern Indian Style Hand-Cut Pappardelle with Prawns, Coconut Milk & Curry Leaves ($19.50)|
|Texas Style Burger with Overnight Smoked Brisket, Homemade Barbeque Sauce and Coleslaw ($26.50)|
The Southern Indian Style Hand-Cut Pappardelle with Prawns, Coconut Milk & Curry Leaves ($19.50) was a hit among us. The creamy coconut milk was indeed creamy but not jelat and its combination with curry leaves was fragrant to the extend that I enjoyed every bite of the evenly coated pappardelle. We all joked that the pappardelle was the English version of ‘Bee Hoon Kway’ due to their similarities in texture and irregular form (the proof of hand-made). Who bothers about irregularities since it was so yummy??
Texas Style Burger with Overnight Smoked Brisket, Homemade Barbeque Sauce and Coleslaw ($26.50) might lacked in terms of presentation but overnight smoked brisket was the killer of that dish. Slightly smokey, tender yet robust in flavor as well. Was just surprised that the coleslaw was placed within the burger.
|Churros with Salted Caramel & Chocolate Sauce ($10)|
Last but not least, the dessert for that day was Churros with Salted Caramel & Chocolate Sauce ($10)! Perfect for people who could not make up their mind which sauce they would want to dip their crispy churros that was still warm and fluffy inside. Thankfully the salted caramel sauce was of a slightly sticky consistency so that it would cling onto the churros. I could have drenched that sauce onto any dessert anytime!
136 Telok Ayer Street
136 Telok Ayer Street
Sarnies is one of the F&B merchants on the Entertainer App offering one-for-one main courses at its establishment. The Entertainer App itself have a whole list of merchants besides F&B, such as Hotels Stays, Beauty & Fitness and more! DO check out their web page.
Hmmm I already used the app TWICE on Assemble Ground and Boost!