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Hoshino Coffee specialises in hand-dripped coffee, resulting in a cleaner, lighter taste compared to conventional coffee that Singaporeans have grown accustomed to. Their special souffle includes the Fuwa Hoshino souffle which is savoury, but they also have sweet treats such as matcha and vanilla souffles. continue reading
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Level3 2017-07-29
Attending some exhibition event and dropped by this coffee cafe. The decoration have a fusion look with Japanese theme and western style combination. Ordered brunch sausage and bacon and cheesy chicken cutlet. The waiting time was slightly longer than usual possibly due to less worker. 😀The bunch sausage and bacon tasted good with fresh salad, eggs and sausage. The ending with pancake served with honey is just great too. Coming cheesy chicken cutlet from the look already delicious. This dish also can for rice or toast. There is also salad and fried potatoes slides add on. Was accompanied with a sauce with this dish. With the weather, ordered a iced fruit tea which have mixed taste. Have try other , feel it was not as outstanding compared. But worst to try if some have not taste it. Overall experience was enjoyable and filling. If have some time, will try their desert which look nice too. continue reading
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It was a pretty rocky experience for us, but thank goodness for the patience of their staff, everything still turned out pretty okay. And the issue was, BEEF. Fellow non beef-eater beware, if you ever patronise Hoshino Coffee, the only mains you can eat, are the pastas. Only the pastas (and sandwiches, if you consider that as a main dish too) and nothing else, for all their omu rice, doria, and curry rice contains beef.And Hoshino Coffee does not entertain any kind of special orders to have any form of changes to their dishes, which came as our second problem of the night, for YS was pretty insistent on having their Salmon with Wasabi Cream Sauce Spaghetti, without wasabi. The chef, or should I say kitchen staff, was really apologetic as he kept repeating that Hoshino cannot entertain special orders, as their chefs are all trained to only follow the intended recipes for their dishes, and any changes might just ruin the taste of the dish.Well, Hoshino Coffee, I truly commend your staff for his utmost patience with us, but not your inflexibility with regards to special orders. Perhaps it's the chef's pride, but you cannot expect everyone's taste to go the same direction. If wasabi is as good as poison to our taste buds, then obviously Salmon with Cream Sauce will be more delicious than Salmon with Wasabi Cream Sauce to us, don't you think so?Anyway, YS finally gotten a KO from the staff and she eventually settled for something else....Iced Sakura Latte with Ice Cream - $9.30Frankly speaking, $9.30 for this is really expensive! But look, it's so pretty how can you possibly resist it? That piece of flower garnish at the tip of the ice cream is acutely sour, so if you're not a fan of sourish food, do not attempt to eat it.Otherwise, I'll say this drink is something worth trying, for sakura flavour is really not very common in Singapore, but the price tag doesn't really make it a good re-purchase. I'm a little 'cheated' by the word latte, thinking that it's going to be some sakura infused coffee, but it really turned out as a yummy sweet milky drink with pretty pink flakes all over.R's Matcha Latte - $9Frankly speaking I was really surprised by how small it was. It was, well, really tiny for a $9 drink.YS's Hoshino Blended Coffee - $5.30This is just so adorable, with that cute tiny tin of creamer at the side. But it's flavour was a little lacking for my liking, for it comes with the sour aftertaste, I'll say pretty typical of Japanese coffee, which I really dislike.Mentaiko Shrimp & Japanese Herb Obha - $15.50If you're not a fan of the mentaiko flavour, this might get too strong for you to handle, because there really is a generous blob of mentaiko served along with the pasta, along with 5 huge fat juicy shrimps. The pretty generous garnish of shredded seaweed, katsuobushi (dried fish flakes) and spring onions helped to add a stronger taste to the flavourful pasta. So, this pasta may look pretty light on the flavour but it actually packs a punch.YS's Lobster Bisque Soup Spaghetti - $16Even though named the lobster bisque soup spaghetti, expect prawns/shrimps in your pasta instead of real lobster meat. The lobster for this pasta is all 'dissolved' in the bisque used to whip this up. This pasta looks as heavily flavourful as it looks. I just stole a teeny weeny sip of the gravy and it was really very tasty and flavourful. Might be my next try-out if I drop by Hoshino again!And then for R's food for the night, I didn't get to try any. So, pictures for your viewing only!R's Clam Chowder - $6.50R's Shrimp, Avocado & Egg Toast - $9.80And that night, R seemed to be on a hungry streak and he suggested desserts after gobbling down the sandwiches and soup (served with a pretty thick slice of toast).Being pretty full, YS and I decided to share one. Oh well, there's always space for dessert, yeah?Our Chocolate Fondant with Ice Cream - $9.80The chocolate lava cake is rich and moist at the cake layer, with the truly molten centre of yummy gooey chocolate sauce. Simply decadent! But, as the taste can really get pretty rich and heavy, it's really best to find a dessert buddy for sharing.Well, same enjoyment with half the calories, why not?R's Pancake Souffle Style - $9.80Didn't get to try it because I was too full by then, but it looks so so so fluffy, I'm gonna dieeee.... continue reading
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