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House of Indocafe

Asian, Nonya, Peranakan

71%100%

17 votes

67332656

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 23:30

$70 based on 8 reviews
Indocafe - The White House is a Peranakan themed cafe offering hig tea daily with delicious savoury bites. See what foodies like this place for
kluivert • 05 Sep 20143 reviews 0 followers

IndoCafe – A place I have noticed for a long time and passed by almost every working day. It was my wife’s birthday celebration that brought me there. Located at Scotts road (walking distance from Newton), the restaurant is housed in a cosy-looking colonial bungalow with both Indonesian and Peranakan interior decorations. For drivers, it comes with free parking too (not many lots though). We are greeted with welcoming staff. The waiter brought us water and took the effort to...

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  • Dinner5 votes
  • Business Dining3 votes
  • Quiet3 votes
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kluivert • 05 Sep 20143 reviews 0 followers

IndoCafe – A place I have noticed for a long time and passed by almost every working day. It was my wife’s birthday celebration that brought me there. Located at Scotts road (walking distance from Newton), the restaurant is housed in a cosy-looking colonial bungalow with both Indonesian and Peranakan interior decorations. For drivers, it comes with free parking too (not many lots though). We are greeted with welcoming staff. The waiter brought us water and took the effort to...

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Hoongy ! • 19 Jun 20141871 reviews 257 followers

The House of Indocafe has been offering Peranakan food for lunch, dinner and even hi-tea.
 
At a recent dinner visit, I started with the warm homemade barley - ideal after a day of drinking.
 
For my starters I also tried the Kueh Pie Tee. I liked that it was not too wet and had crab meat to end it with a lighter taste.
 
I also tried the five spiced Ngoh Hiang but the one starter to try...

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The Hungry Bunny • 19 Mar 2014573 reviews 21 followers

Read the full review at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2014/03/indocafe-white-house.html 
 
The food at Indocafe is exquisitely refined, executed with much finesse, and service was, notwithstanding the lack of a dinner crowd, attentive, genuine and warm.
 
We had:
 
1) Kueh Pie Tee ($10): deconstructed for DIY-aficionados, choc-a-bloc with a gazillion ingredients; crabmeat, prawns, pork belly. mushrooms, turnips, carrots and French beans. Although a sweetish garlicky chilli sauce rode alongside, ask for their sambal belachan instead. Its pungent fiery spice is much...

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