My boss eyes laterally sparkles each time we suggest a new place for lunch. But having worked at Caldecott Hill for a while, we are fast running out of interesting options. That’s when one of my colleague suggested checking out this well hidden Little Part 1 Cafe located near Thomson Plaza.
To be honest, I still can’t really give clear instructions on how to get to the cafe. We drove pass the usual eateries stretch along Upper Thomson Road, then Thomson Plaza and the next thing we knew, our car stopped right outside this quaint little cafe!
Ooo… now we know Wednesday nights are a great time to visit!
While looking at the cafe’s logo on one of its white walls, I wondered the rationale behind ‘Little Part 1’, is there a Part 2 or Part 3 cafe hiding in some secluded corner in Singapore?
We quickly settled down in a cozy corner right in front of a shelf with old toys, collectibles and happily started blabbing away.
The clean white wall just next to our table displayed framed travelogues of presumingly the cafe owners.
They are reputed to serve great crepes but if you need something more substantial for lunch or dinner – there’s always the mains.
Hmm.. Cheeky Rascal sounds like a fun beverage!
When in Rome do as the Romans do. Make sure you obey Regulations #33!
Interesting way of delivering our cutlery.
Their Buffalo Wings were not mind-blowing amazing but still pretty good when they are served piping hot.
Chicken Schnitzel is one of their signature dishes. For me, it’s just typical chicken cutlet. The only thing unique about it was the accompanying white wine sauce that went with the parmesan breaded chicken. Try it for the experience.
Next to arrive was our Bratwurst Brat – Smoked german sausages with Dijon sauce. It wasn’t spectacular.
My colleague had the Belgian Fish & Mussel Stew. They are pretty generous with their serving of mussels and fish slices. I didn’t get to try it but the colours looked really good and she sang praises of it till date.
Our Salmon Crepe wrapped with marinated salmon, sautéed onions and mushrooms with mozzarella cheese for sharing. No matter how hard I try, eating crepes is always a messy affair. Let’s try not to imagine the aftermath.
Our sweet ending – Warm Apple Crumble With Ice Cream
Besides the interior dining area, the cafe offers Al fresco dining too!
Doesn’t look that great in board daylight but might be a nice corner to chill out with friends over drinks on a weekday evening.
My verdict? It’s a nice cozy cafe that serves decent food at a reasonable price but you will not want to travel cross the island just to visit it.
If you are around the area and will like to check it out, here are the details:
Little Part 1 Café
Address: 15 Jasmine Road, S(576584)
Tel: 6451 7553
Operating Hours: Sun – Thur: 12pm – 10pm & Fri – Sat: 12pm – 12am (Closed on Tues & 3pm-5.30pm on weekdays)
You may also like to check out my posts on other delicious food places here