Address: 166 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207570.
After a Vietnamese lunch nearby this cafe, my three colleagues and myself wanted to have something sweet for the day and we ended up at this cafe, Wimbly Lu Chocolates.
The location of the cafe is surrounding by those budget hotels and other famous cafes such as Chye Seng Huat Hardware, Tiramisu Hero and VXX Cooperative which is located at Foch Road and it is not far from the Lavender MRT station.
We ordered the Lemon Meringue Pie and the Waffle with Single Scoop Ice Cream. I could not remember the name of the ice cream but they do have have rum and raisin ice cream as they serve alcohol.
The crispy and hot waffle topped with chocolate syrup and a scoop of our choice of ice cream, which tastes similarly to the butter cookies is really nice and satisfying. I just feel I want more waffles!
For the beautifully presented Lemon Meringue Pie, it is mild sweet, just nice and acceptable. We liked both of our desserts.
The atmosphere in the cafe during our visit was quiet and there was just a few people only. Low noise, cozy, and relaxing ambiance. I almost wanted to apply work from home but continue to stay in this cafe to do work. I am not sure if Wi-fi is provided, maybe can check it out next visit.
It is definitely a place to be recommended.
Wheeler’s Yard, Singapore. After lunch what to do next is cafe hopping. It is the culture here too. Let’s try this place if you’re cyclists because they have a workshop behind the cafe selling bicycles and all its equipment and accessories.
At the cafe shop, they serve both breakfast and lunch meals and snacks that you can sit there for hours with friends and families. They have all the big tables and cozy corners. Food is said to be great for some of them and we tried something.
We are here for drinks and desserts. This time, we try the soda drink, the Orange N’ Cream and Root Beer.
The desserts is the main order for today, the waffle with vanilla ice cream and banana. Eat it with the caramel sauce.
We added the mashed potatoes as well, it is very greedy to eat so much especially after the lunch. If I can use the words, smooth and silky for the mashed potatoes, then it applies to this one, although it is slightly oily.
Address: 28 Lor Ampas, Singapore.
On the week before the Christmas Day, I got my friend a Christmas gift and I sent a Whatsapp message to my friend asking if we could meet up before the Christmas. Since the only available time to meet up was on the same day and I had a dinner with another friend, I asked if we could meet up for yam cha later at 10PM. Yes, my friend said okay.
I rushed home at 9.30PM after finished the dinner with my friend at Tampines One and sent my friend off to the MRT station. I needed to prepare the Christmas to bring along to meet my friend.
I was brought to Holland Village and I guessed it was my first time be there as I could not recognise the shops around there. I remembered I was there for a Mexican food too but I could not remember which road.
We ended at this open-till-late-night desserts bar which is located at the 2nd floor of the 2 storey shoplot. It is an atas desserts bar and they have some desserts which are delicious according to other food bloggers. It is a fine dessert dining.
It took us quite sometimes to decide what to order for desserts. The menu listed what desserts and pair with which wines. Yes, they do serve wine here. Finally I suggested to try the waffle together.
The signature, 2am: fonffle, a 64% chocolate fondant waffle, blood orange sorbet. It is a pretty unique waffle that I ever tried. The strong chocolate mixes with the sorbet bring the sweetness to the next level and pair it with hot coffee Latte would be a good combination to neutralise it.
I have no idea why, however, the waitress informed us that the minimum spending at this desserts bar is $14.00 onward when we asked for table for 2 person. Perhaps, next time we do not wear sandals out for desserts.
Address: 21A Lorong Liput, Holland Village, Singapore.
Opening hours: 2pm – 2am.
The Wonder Kafe or Wondermama is located at the Avenue K, near KLCC, Malaysia. I went there for late lunch with a friend quite long ago and now just realised that I did not write anything about it. Since it has been so long ago, I could not remember much of the taste of the food and the names too. Just able to share some great pictures of the food that we tried together.
The entrance of the cafe is nicely decorated and it is nice to take pictures there.
They used some of the old styled or designs utensils and decorations.
That made it because a little unique and people can experience some old taste. We ordered the Iced Tea, and they served in this old designed mug.
For food, this is called Mee Siam which is fried meehoon with some chicken fillets, eggs and vegetables. My friend was having it for her lunch.
We ordered two desserts which one of it I pretty like it, the Waffle Vanilla Ice-cream with Sliced Banana. It is very filling if not mistaken.
The other dessert that we tried was a dessert with marshmallow.
It is a really great to have tried few different desserts when you have a partner who likes dessert! If you happened to be at Avenue K, you can try out this cafe and share with everyone.
Address: G-6, Ground Floor, Avenue K, 156,, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The Library Coffee Bar
Weeks after its grand opening, I invited a friend to join me for a coffee break and try out this new brand (back then). It was located at Avenue K, KLCC. There was some crowd when we were there and we needed to queue up for placing our orders. When asked what was nice on the menu, the barista did not really give much suggestion. So, I simply picked something I seldom try, the Iced Hazelnut Latte.
And, yes it was not the best one. Maybe, I did not really drink coffee with hazelnut taste. It did not give a kick.
While my friend ordered a Mocha Latte. It was beautifully crafted. There were food on their menu too.
I cannot remember the name of this food. It was a combination of waffle at the bottom, some vegetables and cheese sandwiched with chicken and topped with sunny fried egg on top. So, what does it called? It tasted quite nice when I tried a few bites.
The overall ambiance of this coffee house was good and you could find some quiet corners. It has two storeys but I did not go up to see. The decoration of this place was quite similarly to The Library.
Location: Lot G-8B, Ground Floor, Avenue K, 156 Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Ambiance: Nicely decorated, quiet if you can find a corner place to sit down, spacious.
Rating: 2.5/5. I liked the food more than the drink.
The nearest A & W in my area was located at the KLCC but now it has moved to Bukit Bintang. Everytime I get the A & W food vouchers, I will go to KLCC to get my meal. It has another branch at PJ near the Taman Jaya Putra Station. It is kind of far for me to go to PJ.
The Famous Root Bear
It is nice to drink it when it is cold. Yummy…
The waffle with butter and syrup
The Curly Fries
Personally, I prefer its curly fries over the normal fries because it tastes better than the fries, maybe it has added something into the onion rings’ flour and it is not too hard to eat.
The taste of this chicken burger is quite ok. Can give a try again next time when I visit the restaurant again.
The new location at Bukit Bintang, No 118 Ground Floor, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is located next to the McDonald. You will not miss it for sure!