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Raw and deconstructed elegance defines this casual Australasian 'Third Wave coffee' café, complete with a bar and lounge that will offer palatable delights prepared daily. Menu includes delectables ranging from home made dips and toasted focaccias to rustic pastas and frittatas to desserts such as luscious cakes, premium ice-cream, and of course, to-die-for espressos compliments of Singapore's very first Slayer Espresso machine. continue reading
Opening Hours
08:30 - 18:00
Mon - Fri
08:30 - 22:30
Sat - Sun
08:30 - 18:00
Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Duck Fat Sweet Potato Fries Mum's Beef & Roasted Vegetable Lasagne
Review (9)
Level4 2016-02-24
Located at the ground of a block of private housing is this tiny cafe. The dine in area was limited. Menu was a simple clip board, some sliced cakes on the display shelf. Although it was air-con indoor, we could barely feel the air-con, so we did try to adjust the standing fan next to us. MochaThe drink was quite rich and thick, but not enough coffee taste.Carrot cakeQuite a huge silce but I would prefer it to be more moist.Dom Pedro ($18)Fresh Milk, Vanilla Ice-Cream + Black Nikka WhiskyIt looked just like another plain vanilla milkshake. In just a single taste, I could feel the heat of the alcohol down my throat. Feeling high fast. It was rather strong drink to have.Overall the drinks were great. But in the warm dine in area, one tended to feel sleepy easily. continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-01
For more reviews, visit www.umakemehungry.comI heard a far bit on the cafe's playful name "Jimmy Monkey". With many Cafes sprouting out recently, competition gets stiffer. Nestled among the lush greenery among the residences in Biopolis, it seems a little out of the place to get here. However, if you are travelling via MRT, it is just one stop away from Holland Village.Menu was rather straight forward, 2 pages of printed words on white A4 size of papers clipped on a board.As the Cafe is sitting on a Melbourne, Austrialian theme cafe, its interior was quaint and rustic. A pretty place with high ceilings, layback and quiet, ideal for studying and relaxing.Hot Chocolate was served with a packet of biscuit and comes with latte art. It lacked the chocolate taste that I'm looking for. Well, the taste was not as strong as I had thought.While many of them come here for the coffee, no trip here is completed without a cup of it.Egg Benedict had given me a little surprise with 3 English Muffins on the plate and each of them having their on taste where X comes with Salmon which were sliced thinly accompanied with few slices of tomato and egg. While what we had on Y was Pancetta and egg and Z, with streaky bacons. I had chosen poached eggs to be served out of other options available. The eggs were skillfully done and topped with hollandise sauce. As compared to Mr Benedict, JM's lazy breakfast was plain and unappealing, totally fits the name for the dish, "lazy". We have topped up the plain dish with sauteed mix wild mushrooms on top of our toasts and poach eggs. Breakfast on this plate was simple with butter and some jam.Overall, if you want to enjoy the tranquility and relax over a meal, I would say Jimmy Monkey Cafe can be one of the choices to stay away from the bustling city. On the other hand, I find that the food pricing may be a little stretch on the wallets. continue reading
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Level4 2014-10-25
After a work appointment in the west, my colleague and I decided to head here for lunch - an interesting cafe hidden in a condominium residences.A lovely little Australian cafe with "raw and deconstructed elegance", this cafe is constantly filled up with people enjoying its lovely coffee and food as well as chilling out over drinks. We were fortunate to snag a table. I do like the very "chill" and relaxed ambience, and the cafe was surprisingly quiet despite the crowd (who were also chattering away over meals).I started off with a Cuppucino (SGD$5.50) served in its signature blue cup. Not bad, the coffee held slight hints of fruits, if my detection skills served me well. What would have made it more perfect would be some cocoa powder sprinkled atop the foam.For mains, the colleague had the JM's Breakfast Sandwich (SGD$16.00) - with rocket salad, bacon, egg, roma tomato, avocado and kay's relish. It was a very hearty breakfast that was surprisingly not greasy, and tasted good - comfort food at its best.I succumbed and selected the JM Breaky Muffin (SGD$14.00) - sunny eggs, leg ham, Hollandaise sauce, roma tomato and rocket salad. The muffins were exactly the way I like it - sandy textured, slightly sweet and not too soft. The combination with the eggs, ham and tomato made a simple home-styled meal awesome. The potato salad on the side was commendable as well - tender potato chunks with egg mayo dressing.All in all I enjoyed the dining experience at this secluded and serene area, and the food was very satisfying. Never mind the inaccessibility - one wouldnt want their new favorite haunts to be over-crowded with too many people.For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/10/lunch-at-jimmy-monkey-cafe-one-north.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-26
This was my first time coming to this cafe. it is quite inaccessible and I'm here as my friend is living at One North Residences.I had egg benedict with smoked salmon and it was mediocre. was expecting the salmon to be more tasty but it was rather plain. The eggs are runny and a good combination to have together with the salmon. overall, i will not be specially back for the food here as me and my friends feel that there are nicer egg benedict salmon at other restuarants. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-17
Came to know this place from a fren. It is indeed "secluded", parked under One North Residences (private condo). There's nothing much there, definitely not a place for people watching. But if you are looking for some place serene, ya probably you may like this place.Our orders:1) Steak Sandwich - $16The beef was a little overdone, and so quite tough to chew. Dunno whether the bread was too big or the beef steak was too small, the beef seemed miserable sandwiched between the 2 slices. If I'm the one preparing this, I will serve on a smaller bread, so that relatively it seem that I'm generous in the meat portion and customer will not feel short-changed like me (>.<)2) Chicken Thigh - $14In terms of taste wise, the chicken fared better. It was super tender even though it was chicken breast. The roasted tomato was done perfectly, which jet out sweet warm tomato juice once you bite into it. The imperfection was probably the serving, which was again too small.I guess this place is probably not the best choice if you have big appetite or super hungry. HahaTo read more and view photos, please click here http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2012/05/jimmy-monkey.html continue reading
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