$20-$40

Whisk and Paddle, Punggol: The Right Place at the Right Time

Whisk and Paddle cafe punggolWhisk and Paddle took over a Chinese seafood restaurant, tore down the glass panels, took off aircons, and set up a Mediterranean-styled open-air cafe, offering a panoramic view of Punggol River.

whisk and paddle review

whisk and paddle punggolThe menu is the usual cafe fare without much fanfare. The salmon Benedict waffle ($13) was satisfactory. The mac & cheese ($12.80) in a cast iron pan was delicious, creamy, and fat with streaky bacon. But one item came much, much later than the other, so no overhead photo.

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Nothing we had justified why the cafe was so crowded. Perhaps the cafe opened in a right place at a right time, catering to yuppie young couples living in Punggol. The cafe was OK but I’d rather go to Wild Oats at Punggol Park. Including a black sesame latte ($5.50) and lychee mint cooler ($6.90), we spent $45 for two persons.

Whisk and Paddle

10 Tebing Lane #01-01 Singapore 828836
T: +65 6242 4617
T-F 3.30-10.30pm; Sat, Sun & PH 9.30am-10.30pm
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Rating: 3.031/5

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