Sunday, August 05, 2007

Little Part I Café

15 Jasmine Road
Adelphi Park Estate
Tel: 6451-7553
http://www.littlepart1cafe.com.sg/



In the northern suburbs, there lies a small and compact café with a well spelled out concept (from their website) of the place as a bohemian-style ‘third place’ – a “place to meet, socialise, relax, hang out, or work away from the office” and its desire to encourage you to make this place your own.

Keeping with the vague bohemian idea, specialty salads and a go green! (read: organic) are the main theme of the menu. I had an organic wild yam and natto salad that was yummy gooey and purifying and the comparatively sinful crab and leek crepe was good. But if you need a slab of meat or alternatives there are menu items such as chicken schnitzel, fish and chips, Bratwurst plate. Other than its food, brightly coloured smoothies and their variations of ice tea and coffee blended sounded delightful.

It is only a month old but it was packed when we got there for dinner on a Sunday night. The appeal, it is flavourful nutritious food that is reasonably priced and you do not have to drive into the city centre. Service can be disorganised and chaotic, but this I think should change in the future once they’ve settled down and found their own rhythm.
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2 Comments:

Anonymous Miss Foo said...

My kind of food. Hur hur and I love smoothies!

Maybe as part of your entries you can do a rough pricing so I know for a fact I can still afford it!

Btw, my mother didn't like The French Stall..

3:33 PM  
Blogger Terri @ hungerhunger said...

just came across ur blog n got carried away n left a comment in ur Shanghai Kitchen post. em, just wondering if u know where to get d best Spore laksa? tq

5:32 PM  

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