We’re loving that more cafes are venturing into heartlands and if you stay in the vicinity of Serangoon and are looking for a quiet hideout away from the ever-crowded Nex shopping mall, we’ve got a recommendation.
Nestled along Lim Tua Tow Road, which is a 10-minute walk away from Serangoon MRT station, is a cafe serving Asian-Western fusion food called Sunday Market.
The decor takes on an industrial theme and reminds this writer of some cafes that I’ve patronized in Taipei – unpretentious and homely.
The dishes are adventurous and differentiates from the usual staples served at other cafes. This salmon and cheese toast, for example, is a delightful surprise. The truffle fries and wings however were a tad disappointing for the lack of truffle taste. The sweet Thai chilli sauce did salvaged the taste though.
This writer also enjoyed her dessert – brownie topped with a scoop of salted caramel ice cream and littered with caramelized popcorn. For the adventurous, do try the homemade ice cream with Asian-inspired flavors like Kyoho Grape, Honey & Fig and Philadelphia Cheese.
22 Lim Tua Tow Road, Singapore 547772
Opens from 1pm to 11pm from Mondays -Fridays, 11am to 11pm on weekends.
6287 8880 | www.sundaymarket.sg