Chilled-out Eurasian cafe in off-the-beaten path Kranji
First published on . Updated on 14 Aug 2012.
Located in a furniture factory outlet, this cosy joint serves up local-meets-Portuguese cuisine in a casual setting with iron tables, wooden chairs, laced with old knick-knacks. The brainchild of Hokkien-speaking Janson Lowe and his mother, Annie Fernandez, the good-value Eurasian dishes use local ingredients, with flavours infused with the likes of tamarind, lemongrass and Indian spices. Dishes include sotong with salted crab, prawn paste chicken and salted fish steamboat. A variety of beers, wines and a local coffee brew are available to consume alfresco, on a leather couch or over a game of pool.