I always bypass this eatery as I took the escalator up to the level one everytime I came out from the mrt level. I never really find out what was it and what was the name of the cafe too as everything looks so simple inside. It was until one day, someone went and posted it on her facebook that I looked into what “Real Food” is.
Ok, I’m not going into details of the cafe as their official website (http://realfoodgrocer.com/) is self-explanatory enough 😉
So finally I’m here and let’s see what we had for a start today.
noticed the material used for cutlery holder?
NL and PL ordered Sonnentor Calming Tummy Tea (S$4.80) for soothing their stomach bloatedness they were having. While CW and me took Avocado + Coconut Smoothie (S$7.80). Tasted like pandan drink to me. Not bad, but would love a bit of hershey’s chocolate syrup for some chocolaty taste … something similar to what I had in Bali :p
Mushroom Bruschetta (S$7.80) as one of the our sides. But omg! I think it can pass it off as a main course, I mean for myself. It’s crispy on the outside while flurry on the inside, and with mushrooms and melted cheese, it’s so fragrancy nice!
Chickpea and Sweet Potato Cakes (S$13.80) which is not a real cake but a salad dish. The cake tasted like some Indian spiced. Though not very strong spices taste but not to my liking.
Now to our mains…
NL had her Kombu Shitake Soup (S$7.80) with choice of Udon (+S$1.50). It’s a very light tasted dish. Good for anyone who wants something light.
PL ate Mushroom and Celery Tomato Penne (S$11.80). The pasta wasn’t well-cooked enough.
CW and me had Rise-n-Shine Breakfast (S$9.80). A normal dish but we cleaned up the whole plate. Probably we were too hungry then 😛
We didn’t settle down for desserts here but headed off to O’coffee Club for their mub pie and more smoothie.
I will try more dishes at Real Food next time. 🙂
P/S: There is no service charge & gst is already included! 😉