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Pique Nique should be no stranger to cafe hoppers. Ever since with its first outlet appearing in Ngee Ann City, it had been known as a place for all-day breakfast and sweet treats. The outlet in jCube feels much more soothing with a huge tree located in the centre of the cafe, and the lush green carpeting of the patio-like space is a great setting for a nice “picnic”.I was craving for desserts that night and thus I opted for Chococheese cupcake ($4.80) - love the soft and creamy cheese and Straw
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Pique Nique should be no stranger to cafe hoppers. Ever since with its first outlet appearing in Ngee Ann City, it had been known as a place for all-day breakfast and sweet treats. The outlet in jCube feels much more soothing with a huge tree located in the centre of the cafe, and the lush green carpeting of the patio-like space is a great setting for a nice “picnic”.

I was craving for desserts that night and thus I opted for Chococheese cupcake ($4.80) - love the soft and creamy cheese and Strawberry cheesecake ($7.50) - people who don't really have a sweet tooth will definitely like this whereas my friend ordered the big breakfast ($15.80). Comes with baked beans with capsicums, sausage, bacon, toast, salad, choice of sunny side-up, poached or scrambled eggs and a complimenting orange juice or a cup of coffee. It was decent, but lacking the wow factor.

I'd prefer dessert more than having brunches there.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2014-01-09
Spending Per Head
$15 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Chococheese cupcake