Cafe Kreams

For those of us who are still not planning on travelling yet, one of the main thing we missed is definitely the different seasons in other countries paired with the cooling weather which we cannot get in Singapore

If you fancy having your cuppa under a fully bloomed maple leaf tree, Cafe Kreams is one place you should visit. Located within Maxwell Chambers, Cafe Kreams is an autumn-themed Korean cafe featuring a unique Korean menu

Decorated like an outdoor garden, the cafe seating is almost like the wooden park benches and picnic tables. To complete the look, artificial trees with autumn colours are planted throughout the cafe to give it that warm golden hue to mimic autumn in a park

We were served some Korean crackers and snacks while waiting for our meals to arrive

One of the popular options here is the mozzarella pizza which is topped with fresh mozzarella cheese, cheddar cheese, dried tomatoes and basil pesto. The pizza was thinly pulled and soft with a generous amount of toppings. Personally, I love mozzarella cheese, but I tasted a pretty strong cheese flavour that reminded me of blue cheese, one of the cheeses I do not like so this dish was not my favourite

This next dish is perfect for sharing; crispy popcorn chicken served with spicy mayonnaise and a side of salad. There is not much to go wrong here as the chicken bites were fried to the perfect golden brown crispiness with the insides still tender and juicy. The spicy mayonnaise gave the popcorn chicken a slight kick matching the chicken well

The last dish we ordered was the Tteok-Bokki hot plate which has mild spicy cheese rice cakes and fried glass noodles wrapped in seaweed, served with Korean seaweed rice ball and hard-boiled eggs. This is in fact my favourite dish on the menu and the most Korean in nature.

The fried glass noodles was crispy while soft inside and the rice ball has nice sesame flavours infused with seaweed. The best thing about the dish is that the tteokbokki sauce enhances the flavours of both the rice ball and fried glass noodles. The highlight is definitely the rice cake itself. Rather than the usual flat ends rice cake, these are cute little bite sizes ones with rounded edges. The rice cakes were chewy with a little bit of cheese inside and is so addictive. The bite size also made it not over whelming for the stomach

For drinks we made some safe choices, the pink grapefruit Kreamy matcha which was nice and refreshing. They also serve fruity soju with beer and Korean rice wine. Some of their interesting milk tea also includes sweet potato and dalgona

Overall, the place is really nice and picturesque to hang out with friends and they have some very interesting coffee and tea choices especially ones made with dalgona candy. However, it would have been better if their menu has more selections

Address: 32 Maxwell Rd, #01-07 Maxwell Chambers, Singapore 069115

Opening hours: 10 am to 11.30 pm on all days except Sat , 12 pm to 6pm on Sat

Author: elizbeartravel

A human bear who loves travelling, eating and cooking

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