Café Mo­saic

T. Dining by Singapore Tatler - - Internatio­nal -

This cafe has a pleas­ant set­ting and is a great get­away from the week­end crowds at Raf­fles City and Chi­jmes. If you’re fam­ished, drop by for the Café Mo­saic burger: a siz­able patty with grilled cheese on a toasted bun, with lots of fries; in­sist on medium-rare if you pre­fer a juicier take. The Sin­ga­pore nonya laksa, though gen­er­ously topped with seafood, meat and eggs, looks and tastes a bit mild on first im­pres­sion—ask for sam­bal chilli if you want to ex­pe­ri­ence some fiery de­li­cious­ness. The nasi goreng is­timewa fea­tures kam­pong fried rice with crispy fried chicken, nonya achar and two sticks of sa­tay doused in a pi­quant peanut sauce. For dessert, the kaf­fir lime pie with rasp­berry chut­ney and Greek yo­ghurt is as vis­ually ar­rest­ing as it is de­li­cious. Service is per­func­tory and ef­fi­cient, though it could be warmer.

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