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Telephone
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Introduction
Little Part 1 Cafe serves great comfort food, coffee and alcohol. Full-range Belgian and Japanese craft beers are also available here, as well as a select variety of ciders. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 22:00
Mon
Closed
Tue - Thu
12:00 - 22:00
Fri - Sat
12:00 - 00:00
Sun
12:00 - 22:00
Other Info
Chill-out
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.littlepart1cafe.com/
Signature Dishes
Belgian Fish & Mussel Stew Classic Italiano
Review (9)
More pics and thoughts at Follow Lepak With Yaops on Instagram and FacebookNamed as the "The Third Place", Little Part 1 Cafe (LP1) is an indie cafe located in quaint Jasmine Road serving comfort food, coffee and alcohol that make the world goes round. This place is a perfect spot for lunch, dinner or simple a chill out session with friends and family.Mains served here are European/Western cuisine centric, has a wide selection of craft beers, some desserts and coffee. Alert to all alcoholics (I'm not judging =D ), special 25% discount promo is available during Wednesday dinner time to ward off your mid-week stress.Looking for a change, I ordered Gravy Chicken with Waffles ($17.9). My first taste of this unique concept was at Sin Lee Food which didn't impress me at all. Another place which I've known of its availability is at The Beast. Got to check that out soon!Not only was the food photogenic, it tasted impressive and portion was huge too! The waffle was "chewy", soft yet dense, was drizzled with maple syrup and complemented really well with the juicy slabs of fried chicken. Savoury and sweet, all packed in each mouthful.The Scallopini Crepe ($18.9) contained grilled chicken, herbs, thinly sliced onions and generous portion of mozzarella cheese. Portion was great and was orgasmic (taste) too! The crepe was a little chewy, the meat had substance, while the cheese and white wine sauce not just only whetted my appetite, but wet it as well.The latte ($5) left me speechless! Reminded me of "never judge a book by its cover"! Good aroma, had hint of chocolate, medium bodied with a smooth and clean finishing. I enquired about the beans, but could only be disclosed that it is from a local supplier.Amazing lunch session! Great food, portion and price. Definitely a recommended spot! Wonder if there is a Little Part 2 Cafe ? continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-25
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Actually I'm kinda surprise so ulu place, there's a hidden gem inside it...Little Part 1 Cafe...Was randomly pick this cafe thru my list as the name of it kinda of special...Where's Part 2?? When we reach the place, not much people inside, think the lunch time is over~ The cafe was surprisingly small, estimated around 20 pax at most? However it was cozy and vintage too~ it is a great option for small dinner hangouts...We decided to go ahead with Chicken Schnitzel, Louisiana Crepe & Chicken Waffle~Every dish came quite surprise as is quite big portion!!My cousin was disappointed with the Chicken Schnitzal, even though it was crispy when she ate it, but not as tasty as Chicken waffle~ haha!!Chicken Waffle is a combination of Breakfast & Dinner, it's just typical chicken cutlet with waffle but is frankly very tasty and tender~Louisiana Crepe had no complain on it, my Boyfriend just love the crepe as the sauce is BBQ... never complain with the dish, is a good combination with it...A succumbed to the Hot chocolate tempation and ordered one of their well known Big-Mug Hot Chocolate!! Super Sweet~ afterall is worth to try~ I gotta to try their wing... when my next visit!! continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-23
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Little part 1 cafe is pretty hard to find, with it being located away from the popular streets of Upper thomson. It was just featured on Straits time last week for it buffalo wings, but the thing that draws me back again and again, is its hot chocolate. Served in a huge warm mug with melted marshmallow, it is the perfect drink for the end of a tiresome day in school. I ordered the Chicken Schnitzel, but it tasted just so-so, nothing not to be expected of breaded chicken. The chocolate truffle cake is rich in flavor, though i would highly recommend not to order it together with the hot chocolate, it is simply chocolate overdose! Perfect place for little gathering now and then. They have a shelf with a wide variety of books, and do bring your unwanted books to share! continue reading
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Level2 2013-03-12
38 views
This week, we visited Little Part 1 Cafe which is tucked away in Jasmine Road.Honey Roasted BBQ Ribs - $22.90 (3.5/5)So, my friend was instantly attracted to the ribs when he first saw the menu. He mentioned that the ribs were very tender and succulent, but the taste of the sauce reminded me of fried pork paste which can be a good thing and a bad thing at the same time. If you like fried pork paste like him, the sauce will taste awesome. But on the other hand, it's supposed to be Honey BBQ Ribs so we have no idea why it would taste like canned food. Fish & Chips - $18.90 (2.5/5)I decided to order the Fish & Chips as it was the cheapest in the menu (typical me ). First bite into the fish, it tasted alright, but then it tasted slightly fishy to me. I didn't manage to finish my food in the end. The cafe's atmosphere was homey and cosy, much like Kombi Rocks. Oh and if you prefer to dine in alfresco, do check out their outdoor seating at the back. continue reading
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Level3 2012-11-30
20 views
Little Part One is one of those places you'd only know about by the word of mouth, because it's tucked away in a little corner along Upper Thomson Road next to Thomson Plaza that is easy to miss. it has been open for at least five years now, which is a feat considering the short lifespans of other non-hawker eateries along the road.I usually come here for a cosy dinner and a bottle of beer. The food here is not remarkable but decent enough, some items I have ordered are the Curry Fries (absolutely delicious), Shepherd's Pie (not bad), Chicken Schnitzel (good) and Pomodoro Chicken Wrap (average). You can choose your poison of choice from the wide selection of beers and ciders. On my last visit, a friend ordered a new cider they had just brought in (can't remember the name but it was strawberry flavoured) and it was good, not overly sweet like most other fruit ciders. My only gripe is that the prices of the food is a bit more expensive than what I would pay for at such a location. The vibe here is very laid-back and non-pretentious, and feels a bit like a backpacker's cafe with a shelf of travel guides and memorabilia from a number of countries continue reading
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