Cafe hopping should definitely part of your East Coast Plan, with the newest addition C Café at 477 Joo Chiat Road. The café is located right next to Homeground Coffee Roasters, opposite Sinpopo Brand at Katong). At C Cafe, the “C” refers to Cards, Choices and Connections, but I find their story too cheem and
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Cafe hopping should definitely part of your East Coast Plan, with the newest addition C Café at 477 Joo Chiat Road.
At C Cafe, the “C” refers to Cards, Choices and Connections, but I find their story too cheem and shall refer to it as Cardistry, Chill and Coffee instead.
The 40-seater space is white and minimalist, with a Magic Table in the middle of the cafe for the magic-enthusiast owners to pull a magic trick or two to interact with the diners.
Their menu is specially designed to look like a deck of cards, with brunch items such as Avocado on Sourdough Toast ($18), Breakfast for Champions ($24), Toasties – Chicken/ Leg Ham/ Smoked Salmon ($18) and Chicken on Waffle ($18).
I had the vegan-friendly Avocado on Sourdough Toast ($18) that comes with options such as Honey Baked Leg Ham (+$3), Sous Vide Chicken (+$3), Smoked Salmon (+$3) and 2 Poached Eggs (+$3).
The Avocado on Sourdough Toast was considered well-made, and came with pumpkin seeds and sunflower seeds for the extra crunch and feta cheese for additional flavours.
The highlight was the smooth and savoury hummus, which was made using cooked and mashed chickpeas, blended with garlic and lemon juice for dipping with the crunchy sourdough toast.
The poached eggs (+$3) was unfortunately overcooked and not as runny as expected. Perhaps opening-jitters.
For those seeking small bites instead of a full meal, Salad ($15 – $17), Chicken Wings (6pcs for $8, 10pcs for $12), Spam Slam ($10) and Truffle Shuffle ($12) are available.
Unlike most dessert menu featuring cakes and ice cream, C Cafe offers healthier options such as Chia Seed Pudini ($8), Greek Yogurt ($8) and Tropical Acai Bowl ($12).
I decided to go with the only “less-healthy” dessert which is the Hot Waffle ($14) that comes with a single scoop of vanilla ice cream, strawberries, blueberries and sliced banana as toppings, sprinkled with icing sugar and drizzled with maple syrup.
The waffle is not as crispy and fluffy as I expected, with a softer and chewier texture akin to that of a pancake.
Drinks-wise, expect the prices to be slightly more expensive as they only serve in 8oz cup for their Latte ($6.50) and Flat White ($6.50).
Using a 2-beans-blend (Brazil and Ethiopian) roasted locally, I chose the more uncommon Honey Latte (Hot $7/ Iced $7.50) which has a sweet and floral scent.
Suitable for those who prefer a less acidic coffee, the honey added balanced well with the acidity in the espresso without being overwhelming sweet.
Frankly speaking, I was quite excited to visit C Cafe because of the magic tricks that supposedly would be performed, but unfortunately, me and my friends went on separate occasions and did not witness the magic in action.
Maybe wrong time.
477 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427683
Opening Hours: 8am – 6pm (Mon – Sun)
* Written by Nicholas Tan @stormscape who loves all things [NEW]. DFD paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.