6464 0617
Opening Hours
11:45 - 23:45
Tue - Sun
11:45 - 23:45
Payment Methods
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Open Till Late
Wi-Fi/Power Socket
Restaurant Website
Review (1)
Level3 2016-06-17
Cheng's Gourmet Food Bar is located along the same stretch of shophouses which is a popular night-owl haunt like Fong Seng Nasi Lemak, Al Amaan… It was great news for students studying at NUS or living in Clementi area. It was located just beside the kent Ridge Bus Terminal. The café has undergone a recent revamp.  I love how quiet and cosy the place gives. You do not have to rush your meals and you have the luxury to have catch-up session over at the cafe. There are two different menu – morning and evening to offer a larger variety of food. After a struggle of trying to decide what to eat, we set down for Smoked Duck Quesadillas, Yuan-Yang Fries, Gula-Mela Hotcakes and Ultraviolet Floral Cooler.  Ultraviolet Floral Cooler ($6.20) was really gorgeous. It changes colour from sapphire blue, to purplish pink upon mixing in the ice. The drink has sweet and tangy flavour. I believe it is the lemon juice on the ice that helps change the acidity of the drink. Smoked Duck Quesadillas ($14) was one of our favourite.  The cheey coupled with thin slices of smoked duck was really delicious. It tastes really great as the smoked duck does not have a very “raw duck taste” and the meat was really tender. Yuan-Yang Fries ($14) consist of truffle fries and sweet potato fries. It gives us the best of both worlds. The fries were crispy and well-marinated. We preferred the sweet potato fries as it is sweeter and crispier.Gula-Mela Hotcakes ($14.50) is another delicious yummy dish. The pancake was thick and fluffy. Couple with the Gula Melaka sauce, it was heavenly. Best of all, it was does not give a “jerlat” feel. West-side residents don’t miss out this “hidden café”. It serves really delicious food in a cosy environment.Read more at http://jacefootprints.blogspot.sg/2016/06/singapore-chengs-gourmet-food-bar.html continue reading
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