We visited Refuel Cafe for Saturday brunch. Though it only opens at 11am, by 1125am it was packed and there was a waiting list of 3 couples ahead of us. We opted to wait outside, and the girls passed the time by playing games. I’m so glad they have each other!
Some folks vacated soon enough, and within 15 minutes we were seated. I thought it was great that they brought kiddy dining ware over without us having to ask.
The girls opted for the Spaghetti Cabonara ($12.90). It was not bad! K mopped up her portion, B finished half of hers, but the hubs and I were happy to underwrite the rest.
The hubs ordered the Fuel Me Up ($10.90) which was described on the menu as “Baked egg, sausage, mushrooms, crispy bacon, swiss cheese and tomatoes”. You can’t tell that it’s going to be like a stew, so… let’s just say, you have been warned.
I had the Pulled Pork Burger ($12.90), which was not the most delicious I’ve tasted, but delicious nonetheless. I liked the tangy coleslaw, but then again, I always have a thing for coleslaw.
Thought the serveware was interesting too – a little wooden recessed slab, with the name of the cafe engraved in the corner.
We felt that we had space for dessert, so we ordered their Waffle Berries ($11.90), one of their house specials. And we were not disappointed! It tasted as good as it looks.
The kids loved it, and personally, this was one of the best waffles I’ve had in a while. Mostly because it came with pistachios and sunflower seeds, in addition to generous scatterings of strawberries and blueberries. The consistency of the waffle was crispy and did not get too soggy when slathered with ice-cream. It was a winner.
Read elsewhere that their Honey BBQ Ribs and Full Tank (like an English Breakfast) are worth trying, so this is definitely somewhere we’ll consider going back to.
Address: Blk 744, Bedok Reservoir Road
#01-3029, Singapore 470744
Tel: +65 6448 0015
Opening hours: Mon, Wed to Sun: 11am – 10pm
Closed on Tue
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