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Telephone
6238 8348
Introduction
From sourcing of beans and specialised roasting, to stringent cupping and barista trainings, Oriole Coffee stands by the highest standard from farm to cup. Guests can lounge in the cafe or relax at the alfresco area with a good cup of coffee, all-day breakfast and big, hearty sandwiches. continue reading
Good For
Brunch
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 23:00
Mon - Thu
08:00 - 23:00
Fri - Sat
08:00 - 00:00
Sun
08:00 - 23:00
Public Holiday
08:00 - 23:00
Public Holiday Eve
08:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Chill-out
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.oriole.com.sg/
Signature Dishes
Taisho M.A.D. Milk Fried Wild Rice St. Louis Pork Ribs Beef Cheek Tagliatelle
Review (37)
Level4 2016-08-31
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The cafe is located within walking distance from the MRT station. There is both indoor aircon and outdoor open air dine in area. There is free wifi in the cafe, as free wifi from the mall. The indoor are was a tab dark in lighting.Grilled Truffle Cheese Sandwich ($14)Grilled buttery brioche bread stuffed with truffle cheese, emmental cheese and oak-smoked cheddar, served with tomato cheddar soup.The truffle oil smell was a tab light. The cheesy crispy sandwich was delicious when dipped with the tangy tomato soup. I wished that the soup could be served smoky hot. It was just warm.Smoked Salmon Rosti ($16)Crispy potato rosti topped wti h smoked salmon, capers, creme frachie and fresh onions.The rosti was not quite what I was expected. I suspected it was machined shredded as the potato was long and thin, making it dry without the mushy potato texture. It made one felt like having potato noodles. The creme frachie was light which balanced the salty smoked salmon, although I preferred the strong flavoured sour cream to go with it.There is a free regular coffee promotion with every order of weekend brunch items. Since I ordered 2 brunch items, I had as Cappuccino ($5.50) and Latte ($5.50) as the free drinks. Could not taste the different between the both drinks as both are quite milky. continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-11
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We went to Oriole Cafe & Bar because of the 1-for-1 Entertainer deals hehe! Original price was $60 but we paid $30!! So worth it.Baked seafood pasta. The tomato's sauce was good but the seafood tasted like the frozen kind. The sauce was not overly rich and had a more watery texture.Crabmeat aglio olio. This was good too and wasn't very oily. There were lots of garlic in it which enhanced the taste of the aglio olio. The crabmeat was kinda hard unfortunately. continue reading
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Level2 2014-02-27
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For the full post, visit http://toseetofeeltoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/02/oriole-cafe-and-bar-somerset.htmlThe breakfast menu was limited but there was the usual smoked salmon and English breakfast. I chose the Hot Smoked Salmon ($19) since I was always a fan of smoked salmon. The Hot Smoked Salmon came with oak smoked salmon, poached eggs, spinach, hollandaise sauce and English muffins. Also ordered a orange juice to wash the meal down. I liked the poached eggs but that was the only thing I truly fancied in my Hot Smoked Salmon. I was quite surprised that the smoked salmon came as shreds of fully cooked salmon. I expected salmon which was cured and smoked instead of fully cooked salmon. The spinach was really salty which took me by surprise. The greens were fresh but nothing too special.I will come by Oriole Cafe for brunch again if I want somewhere in town which is less crowded. But I will not visit Oriole Cafe for my smoked salmon fix. There are many other cafes serving better smoked salmon and poached egg. continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-15
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Located along the beautifully-lit discovery walk between Somerset 313 and Pan Pacific Serviced Suites are a row of restaurants and cafes. They always look so good especially at night, when illuminated by the tiny blue lights twinkling high above (in trees).We decided to give Oriole Cafe & Bar a try as it was empty that evening, and a male buddy recommended this place for its good coffee. The first dish we ordered was the Chicken Casserole, a piping hot dish that looked rather simple served in a shallow ceramic pan - chunks of chicken, capsicum, chorizo, tomato and toast baguette in tomato-paprika sauce. Casseroles are known to be very homely comfort food whereby one just tosses all sorts of ingredients found in the fridge and let it cook in the ovens. This was certainly comfort food, but a tasty one - tender chicken chunks amongst crunchy capsicum bits and chewy chorizo dices. The tomato-paprika sauce was thick and nicely-flavored, a perfect soak over the ingredients and the perfect dip for the hard-crusted bread slices.Then we had the Scallops Risotto - uniquely flavorful blends of large scallops, gentle sweetness of pumpkin bits, the stronger tinge of blue cheese (Gorgonzola) toned down by the herb-ish aroma of Balsamic glaze. Tender, chewy scallops charred to a smokey deliciousness cooked perfectly in chewy arborio rice, what more could we ask for? The slight play at food art was unneessary, because the colors of the tiny veggie bits had already piqued our appetites. Being an all-time risotto lover, this dish stole my heart easily too.For more detailed information and photos, do drop by:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2013/12/dinner-at-oriole-cafe.html continue reading
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We were recommended by our friend to try the St. Louis Pork Ribs here. It was said to resemble the pork ribs from the famous Naughty Nuri's Warung in Bali, Indonesia. The style, maybe yes; the taste, still a far cry from the char-grilled ribs from Naughty Nuri's Warung. That said, we like how the sambal matah complemented the ribs. I didn't know that this place is actually famous for their coffee. Apparently the owner, Keith Ong, was awarded the best barista in the Singapore National Barista Championships 2010. The coffee I ordered here was chilli chocolate mocha, it is one of their competition coffee. I like how they blend the strong and bold ristretto with fresh chilli juice. There is only one word to describe it - shiok! continue reading
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