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Telephone
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Introduction
This cozy brunch spot is founded by two sisters who graduated from the At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy, offering pickings including Eggs Benedict, pancakes, Croque Monsieur, and nasi lemak with roasted spice chicken. continue reading
Good For
Brunch
Opening Hours
Today
Closed
Mon
Closed
Tue - Fri
11:00 - 22:00
Sat - Sun
09:00 - 22:30
Payment Method
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Other Info
Online Reservation
Catering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.w39bistro.com
About Reward Scheme
Signature Dishes
Croque Monsieur Duck Leg Confit Wagyu Beef Burger
Review (13)
As adapted from their website, W39 believes that good food is the foundation of genuine happiness. Therefore, its menu consists of a wide variety of dishes from breakfasts (only on weekends) to local delights and even their well-known rainbow cake. The cafe also houses a small bakery that sells homemade bread and also offers various knick-knacks from yesteryear that are bound to ignite a nostalgic spark in one.As adapted from their website, W39 believes that good food is the foundation of genuine happiness. Therefore, its menu consists of a wide variety of dishes from breakfasts (only on weekends) to local delights and even their well-known rainbow cake. The cafe also houses a small bakery that sells homemade bread and also offers various knick-knacks from yesteryear that are bound to ignite a nostalgic spark in one. Brunch Menu is only available from Weekends and PH from 9am-3pm Cafe Interior Communal Seating Selection of cakes Selection of bread Brunch MenuWe had: Hearty Breakfast - $16 (Your choice of eggs, sauteed mushrooms, bacon, pork sausage, tomato and slices of their very own Butter Top Loaf (available for sale at their Bread Counter))For $16, this platter was definitely value for money. The scrambled eggs were delicious though they were a little dry. The pork sausage was seasoned well and the bacon too, was well-prepared. Thumbs up to their homemade Butter Loaf as well! Eggs Benedict - $10(Poached eggs with pork ham and Hollandaise sauce on their Butter Top Load and served with Mesclun salad) Look at the perfectly poached eggs! The only downside of this dish was just that the hollandaise sauce was a little too salty on its own. Fluffy Pancakes - $10(3 pieces, served with fresh assorted fruits, butter, jam and maple syrup)One of the fluffiest pancakes I've eaten for only $10! The portion was really huge, so I would recommend this for sharing instead. The batter was a little disappointing as I felt that it could have been more flavorful. Service:I had no qualms about their service, and the food was served to us rather quickly!Atmosphere:The cafe had tons of natural light streaming in that made taking photos really fuss free (I didn't even have to edit much of the photos here!!). The interior is also spacious with a huge communal table in the center and individual seating at the sides. Oh! For pet owners, you can also bring your pets there as well as there're plenty of outdoor seating available!Atmosphere: 8/10Price: 8/10Food: 7/10Service: 7/10 continue reading
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I had read about W39's awesome burger in the various (un)conventional media outlets and eagerly made my way down with my colleagues one weekday afternoon to partake in the consumption of one of my favourite dishes.The Place & Menu - Nestled within the quiet private estate stretch of Jalan Mas Puteh and playing neighbour to KFC, W39 stands out with its cosy yet rather quirky interior with a nostalgic nod to yesteryear. Think bare floors, brightly coloured chairs, and knick knacks from my childhood (okay I'm old).Wagyu Burger - The main reason why I was here, the much raved about wagyu burger. I should had known better. For starters, it was relatively tiny (think McD's new Big Mac size but without the middle slice of muffin) and the bun was dry and insipid though crisp in some parts. Instead of medium rare as per my request, the patty came medium well but looked like it had hemorrhaged just before service (check out the amount of blood soaked up by the bun). Taste wise, it was rather similar to McD's Quarter Pounder patty, albeit coming across as slightly thicker. And the cheese atop tasted almost non existent. In my humble opinion, this burger doesn't even meet the mark for a normal, non fast food beef burger, much less a wagyu beef burger. How it is so highly raved about honestly confounds me.Mister Chocolate - Apparently the best selling dessert at W39 (according to a placard in the display fridge), the Mister Chocolate did manage to provide a wee bit of redemption after the less than satisfactory burger experience. Smooth and rich chocolate fudge covering and flowing through the moist sponge whose texture was strangely similar to huat kueh (Chinese steamed cake). Top up $2 for a scoop of average quality vanilla ice cream. Overall still a decent dessert.Rainbow Cake - As vibrant and appetising as the rainbow cake looked, it was actually pretty bad. The buttercream was stodgy and eating it was akin to chomping straight down into a cube of butter. Dry sponge layers definitely didn't help one bit. It was so bad that there was quite a bit left over.Lunch for the 3 of us cost almost $87, which was pricey considering the quality of food. Service was alright but it will take more than service and a cosy ambience to get me to return.See all my pictures at http://www.timelessfacade.com/2015/05/w39-bistro-bakery-plenty-of-fluff-very.html continue reading
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Level4 2015-04-17
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Following up my visit on W39 weekend branch which had left me a memorable trip, I decided to make a return to check out their Executive Lunch. Set lunch is available from Tuesdays to Fridays from 11.30am to 2.30pm together with a drink and soup of the day.Having learn about its crowd, prior booking was made so that we can skip the wait and get a better seating.There was not much crowd during then and interior was rather homely with nostalgic items placed on along the cashier counter.Not only that, we will get some retro feel as we look over to the rack near the entrance. Set lunches started off with soup of the day featuring cream of mushroom.Fragrant and light with cream. Croutons were added as well and texture of the soup was simply smooth. This bowl of mushroom soup had swept my feet off. The mini striploin set lunch was simple and straight froward, served with herbs and shoestrings fries.With our choice of done-ness on the mini beef, the medium striploin looks abit deceiving at its external. Its sizzling dark brown color with 2 pieces of melting butter looked as though it was thoroughly cooked but dont judge the book by its cover. Juices were seen yielding as we lend the culinary knife cuts into it. The done-ness was way perfect!Over to the pan fried Salmon lunch set which seems pleasantly attractive as compared to the earlier dish. Salmon was perfectly pan fried with crispy skin and juicy fleash, featuring a contrast of texture in each decadent bite. Salmon dish was completed with grilled tomatoes, garden salad and smashed potatoes.Chicken thigh was tender and succulent, loaded with onions gravy on its golden brown skin.These pan fried chicken thighs were not oily and were served with grilled potatoes and smashed potatoes. Melted cheese on slices of squash was a bonus on the plate. Awesome!Though its color presentation may be a little bit lacking from the other set lunches without the greens, they were good enough and stomach filling.We all heard about their cakes and was eying for one since we entered W39. The cakes were kept in the chiller and had caught my eyes since it stood up best at its own among the rest in its 7 tiered colors. The cake was hard on the outside due to refrigeration and coated with a layer of cream in faint yellow. Rainbow rice was attached at the side of the cake near the bottom. Each tier of colors was evenly separated by a layer of cream too. Overall, I felt that the cake is on the average side.Be it brunch or lunch, I have enjoyed both hearty meals provided by W39.The place may be a little quiet during weekdays and surprisingly fully pack on the weekends. Reservation is recommended unless you don't mind sitting at the outdoors enjoying the rays from the sun.Blogpost can be found here > http://www.umakemehungry.com/2015/01/w39-bistro.html continue reading
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Our love for brunch carry on to 2015.Since its the first brunch of the year, we decided to go somewhere new. And here we were....... W39 bristro and bakeryA hidden gem in the west of Singapore. The cafe is situated at West Coast. The actual address is 39 Jalan Mas Puteh. The closest MRT station will be Clementi MRT, however it's going to be a super long walk. So I suggest to take bus 78 from Clementi MRT station. The space of the cafe consider acceptable. They have both indoor and outdoor seatings. The decor of the place gives a nostalgia feel. They have 1 small little corner that sells handmade wallets, cookies for Chinese New Year and snacks that kids ate in the 80s. Its pretty interesting though. We were greeted by this little name tag upon seating down. And I really like it because I find it very so personal. I remembered the other cafe that had this little name tag was Five and Dime Cafe. I would say the price of the food here is consider more wallet friendly. I am quite excited of going back soon for their Mee Siam because i saw many of their customers ordered that too. So i supposed it must be good!!Brie Parma Ham Panni ($10.50) - When the dish was served i really think that it was nothing special. However, i was really wrong. The truffle oil brings this to a whole new level. I will give this 5/5. Eggs Benedict ($10) - Good. This is definitely yummy and cheap. Salted Caramel ($6.80) - Not too rich and its just right. I will give this 5/5.Cafe Mocha ($5.00) - Its nice to complete our meal with a cup of coffee. Overall, this place is affordable and food is very good. I will come back again for sure because i want to try their Mee Siam, Hearty breakfast and also more cakes too! continue reading
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Looking for dinner around west coast and hopped on to cafe hopping.Tookout my GPS and started looking for the location of W39 Bistro.Always see the spamming photos of the chio RAINBOW CAKE on social media ..Full food review : http://cennds.blogspot.sg/2014/07/w39-bistro-bakery_22.htmlWithout thinking too much any considerationRAINBOW CAKE was going to be my 1st meal instead of a decent meal.The Cake was out from the fridge.  Served in a cool condition with a little bit of hardTasted average but with the nice looking and interested flavourable of colors,it makes everyone can't exclude with itBraised Pork Cheek PaniniIt is a nice sandwhich that cost you $14 which i have never tried before. It is not a common bread and definitely taste better than what we usually eat of the sandwhich's bread.The filled of tender hand-shredded pork cheek & gruyere cheese makes the sandwhich more delightedGourmet Pizza ChoiceThis one of their gourmet choice of pizza.. A Pizza served with Salmon and covered by bunch of cheese. The Cheese is really very CHEESY !!! .. And the thick crust is hard with a little bit of crispy. If the cheese is lesser and not so cheesy which makes us feel supper FULLY, it's gonna be another right choice  continue reading
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