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Friday, August 1, 2014

Cafe-Hopping: The Royals Cafe

I have promised Mariem that I will do cafe-hopping with her, but I never got the time to fulfil my promise. Mariem has requested that I spend 31st July with her as her birthday present and she decided that she wants to do cafe-hopping. She gave me a list of cafes she want to visit and I planned the route.

Third stop, The Royals Cafe. 



Drinks: Ice Lemon Tea and Ice Honey Lemon. I personally feel that the Ice Honey Lemon is too sweet.


This is their signature Nonya Mee Siam. I am not a fan of mee siam and this is the most the fifth time I am eating mee siam. It is not overly sweet or spicy.


Braised Lamb Shank is really quite good, considering this is not a restaurant specialising in Western cuisine. The lamb is braised to perfection, the meat falls off easily. 

It's halal-certified, so all Muslim friends can enjoy the delicious foods too. 

The Royals Cafe Outlet
Address: 19 Upper East Coast Road, Crescendo Building
Telephone: 64456457
Opening Hours: Weekdays 9am - 10pm; Weekends & Public Holidays: 8.30am - 10.30pm

Lot One Takeaway Outlet
Address: Basement 1, Lot One (Chua Chu Kang MRT)
Opening Hours: Daily 10am - 10pm
Telephone: 67608836

Eastpoint Mall Outlet (Opening Mid-March)
Address: Level 1 EastPoint Mall (Simei MRT)

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