On the whole, the dishes from Brew Maison Café all worth trying except for the cakes and pastries which we guessed were supplied from an external vendor so they were rather mediocre tasted. One thing for sure, the ambience at Brew Maison Café definitely won our hearts!
Brew Maison Café @ Bukit Timah – So sweet and lovely place
A Japanese and Korean inspired cafe with cutesy plain white furniture in a garden setting, they had comfy sofa chairs with wall decals of trees to suit the whole nature theme. We definitely felt very comfortable and feel at home (er….my room is actually thousand times worst than here so not an insult to Brew Maison café) when we were here!
The light pastel coloured cushion, walls (and drinks) definitely helped to lighten our mood a little and rouse the 5 year old little girl within all of us.
They are also well known for their 3D latte art but their 3D latte artist wasn’t in when we visited so we missed it :’(
Heart and Seoul
Banana with Strawberry, it tasted more like just banana milk with the strawberry to give it a pink colour. Rich and good!
There was reasonably good with nice chocolaty flavour.
Extremely mild and not sweet, it could definitely do with a stronger taro flavour.
Dekku Toast (Fish Fillet)
Premium fish fillet was used compared to the usual hard and fishy types. Topped with creamy and moist scrambled egg, this is a good breakfast option!
Teriyaki Chicken Pasta ($7.50)
Chicken fillet was flavourful, tender and crispy on the outside! The pasta was on the sweet side, so when eaten with the savoury chicken fillet it was a good combination.
Beef Brown Sauce Rice ($9.50)
Beef on the tough side, but the brown sauce helped save the situation. Paired together with the chewy and sticky rice, it was definitely a very Japanese dish.
Pork Red Sauce Wrap ($8.20)
The red sauce is the slightly spicier version of the brown sauce, the wrap used was the healthier version made with the wholemeal so it was a bit on the tough side. The pork was in small little easy to munch on bits and pieces so this was quite delightful!
Slightly on the dry side, but the taste was ok and not too sweet.
The cheesecake was the light non bake version with a lady finger biscuit as the base.
On the whole, the dishes all worth trying except for the cakes and pastries which we guessed were supplied from an external vendor so they were rather mediocre tasted. One thing for sure, the ambience at Brew Maison Café definitely won our hearts!
Brew Maison Café @ Bukit Timah
Add: 383 Bukit Timah Road, #01-9B Alocassia Apartments, Singapore 259727
Tel: +65 6836 2948 / +65 6735 5068
Hrs: Mon-Fri 7am-10pm / Sat-Sun 8am-10pm