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Tue - Fri: 18:30 - 21:30

Sat: 11:30 - 14:30

Sat: 18:30 - 21:30

Sun: 11:30 - 14:30

$32 based on 38 reviews
Artichoke Cafe & Bar specializes in modern Moorish cuisine which is inspired by the fascinating flavours and that serves delicate and delicious foods. See what foodies like this place for
SophieOng • 30 Jul 20145 reviews 0 followers

If you are looking for a place with the usual Eggs Benny or full breakfast, this is not it. Artichoke is however a great place for a Middle Eastern inspired bruch.
 
The Egyptian breakfast I ordered came loaded with items. Stewed beans in a rich tomato broth with a half cooked egg, crusty sourdough and strangely addictive pickled carrots and cucumber. The combination was really tasty.
 
Their homemade lemonade was also good while my dining companion commented that...

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  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining12 votes
  • Brunch12 votes
  • Dinner10 votes
  • After Work8 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering7 votes
  • Chillout6 votes
  • Quiet6 votes
  • Hidden Find5 votes
  • Lunch5 votes
  • Romance/First Dates4 votes
  • Anniversary3 votes
  • Breakfast3 votes
  • Children/Family3 votes
  • Girls Night Out3 votes
  • Large Groups3 votes
  • Nice Deco3 votes
  • Relaxed3 votes
  • Trendy3 votes

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SophieOng • 30 Jul 20145 reviews 0 followers

If you are looking for a place with the usual Eggs Benny or full breakfast, this is not it. Artichoke is however a great place for a Middle Eastern inspired bruch.
 
The Egyptian breakfast I ordered came loaded with items. Stewed beans in a rich tomato broth with a half cooked egg, crusty sourdough and strangely addictive pickled carrots and cucumber. The combination was really tasty.
 
Their homemade lemonade was also good while my dining companion commented that...

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pickledpeas • 07 Apr 2014137 reviews 6 followers

See the full review with pictures here.
 
 The first word I think of when I think of Artichoke is ‘defensive’. They have these little disclaimers plastered over their menus and the wall saying “We are not a “Western” restaurant.” and “Please do not ask us why we don’t sell eggs benedict” and “we are not one of those chilli-ketchup-eggs-any-style places”.
 
 While truthfully the food (and omg the desserts!) was great, these little disclaimers all over...

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Yvette Lim-Pagnoux • 09 Mar 20141 reviews 0 followers

We were a party of 3 adults and 2 toddlers having brunch and made reservations for Sunday on Wednesday.
 
 When we arrived, we were told there were no highchairs (only 2 available, 1 was broken and the other reserved). Our table was outdoors and in the sun.
 
 We asked if we could switch to an empty table in the shade as the toddlers were sweating and turning as red as lobsters. We were told that table...

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