I can never reject the idea of spending an entire afternoon with a friend or two, chilling in a cozy and laidback café in Singapore. If you feel the same way as I do, a hidden gem that offers Aussie cuisine can be found along the street of Kim Keat road, just a short bus trip away from Novena/ Farrer Park MRT station, with a relaxing dining deal from Streetdeal.
The café might be cozy but the seats are very limited, there are only around 10 tables in total, so it is advisable to call for reservation than to walk in. Not only does the place made me felt like home, even the staff was friendly and patient. The staff really delivered top notch services by patiently waiting at the side for me to shoot pictures of the current dish before serving up the next, and that is not all. After serving up the food, they took effort to engage with me by introducing and sharing details of the dishes before leaving the table, pretty impressive. I got to enjoy a 4-Course Australia (Soup of the day, main dish, drink & dessert of the day).
The creamy broccoli soup brought me to a whole new level of soup perspective, it’s so yummy! You know how lasagna can be served quite dry sometimes? The boyfriend’s order of beef lasagna came with generous portion of homemade beefy Bolognese sauce topped with a pretty layer of mozzarella cheese! My order of deep fried battered dory (Finding Nemo) on the other hand came with a huge portion of wedges, served with their special sauce. Both main dishes were Wombat’s recommended dish, but I personally prefer the lasagna more. Although the desserts were served at really tiny portion (strangely), it still ended our meal on a sweeter note. Wombat is definitely a good place to dine and spent time with your love ones, the food are unpretentious and amazingly tasty! For the deal of $12.90 nett, the entire meal and ambience is definitely worth your visit!
Rating: 4.5/5 stars
This daily deal review was posted by Adeline Tan
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