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Fix Cafe

Western

Fix Cafe is a newest poolside cafe. Using quality ingredients to produce original handmade goods, this new cafe will serve a range of delicious cakes, grilled sandwhiches and artisan coffee.

Daily: 09:30 - 22:30

+65 62561484
$18 based on 10 submissions
Halalcheatdays

Get your fix at FIX!

There is a wide variety of cheap and delicious food at FIX! Their naanwiches are interesting and flavourful. Plus, now they have churros too! A good place to eat, where the desserts are as good as the mains!

To read about my experience at FIX: http://halalcheatdays.blogspot.sg/2015/01/review-of-fix-home-team-ns-jom-clubhouse.html?m=0


The HGW community like this place for...

  • Butterscotch Arabica Choux2 votes
  • Twice-baked Sourcream Cheesecake1 vote
  • churros1 vote
  • salted caramel1 vote
  • spicy chilli fries1 vote
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16 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Black-faced staff - extremely bad service.

This is my third time here at this cafe. I had orginally planned to have my drinks and food here every week while waiting for my children to finish their classes. I ordered the chicken pot pie one week ago and the staff did not ask if I wanted a meal to add on a drink for just $2. I ordered the same dish again today and was surprised that the staff asked if I wanted an add-on. I asked the staff if they could make up last week's add-on for they had forgotten about it. The supervisor held a very long, black and unhappy face and said that it was last week's sale and has nothing to do with this week. If this cafe is serious abt doing business and building rapport with customers, they should have obliged to my request, even if they do not, there is no need for the supervisor to show that type of attitude towards me. I would not be so unhappy had she been friendlier and explain the situation to me in a more customer-oriented tone. Nevertheless, this shall be my last visit to this cafe, no point spending $30 - $40 each time I am here and received such screwed-up treatment and attitude.from their staff.
03 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Get your fix at FIX!

There is a wide variety of cheap and delicious food at FIX! Their naanwiches are interesting and flavourful. Plus, now they have churros too! A good place to eat, where the desserts are as good as the mains!

To read about my experience at FIX: http://halalcheatdays.blogspot.sg/2015/01/review-of-fix-home-team-ns-jom-clubhouse.html?m=0


21 Nov 2014 • 174 reviews • 6 followers

FIX Cafe: Poolside Cafe With Original and Handmade Food

Situated deep within HomeTeam NS at Ah Hood Road of Balestier is FIX cafe, an alfresco poolside cafe with sensibly priced food. Parking is convenient and the premise is open to the public too.At FIX cafe, one is able to find coffee, naanwiches, cakes and milkshakes. Their belief stems on delivering "Original and Handmade Goods" to customers, ensuring to chase those Monday blues away!Check out the Chicken Tikka Naanwich ($10) and its skillfully cooked egg! Love the smoky flavour embedded in the chicken Tikka and enjoyed bursting the yolk sack, what a cheap thrill.

This was my highlight for the lunch, Crispy Soy Chicken Drumplets ($7) which were double fried till it's super crispy! More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/fix-cafe-poolside-cafe-with-original-and-handmade-food/
07 Nov 2014 • 39 reviews • 0 follower

Outstanding desserts with quirky delicious menu items. Worth a visit

For the full review, read http://herpenandfork.blogspot.sg/2014/10/fix-cafe-for-good-fix.html

My main aim for coming here was actually the Liu Sha Donuts. Deconstructed custard lava buns, these little balls come with a salted egg custard dip. Alas, it was underwhelming because neither the saltiness nor buttery egginess that is usual of Liu Sha Baos was there. Still, there was something satisfying about this and the idea is brilliant. Pity about the dip.

At any time of the day, you can also get a set. ($2 to add a drink to any main etc).

We had a hard time deciding between the spinach and butternut squash quiche or one of the cakes. In the end, we settled for the passionfruit, mango and coconut cake. The thin layer of sponge cake in between was moist, while the cream was smooth and light and tasted refreshing. The bits of passionfruit and mango on the top layer also lent a tangy fruity flavour. The entire piece is beautifully constructed. This is the best cake I have had in a while. It makes me wonder how their other desserts fare.
spicy chilli fries
23 Oct 2014 • 241 reviews • 8 followers

Desserts FIXation

Full review: http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2014/10/fix-sg-desserts-fixation.html
Our experience is definitely less than grubby. Once you managed to extract some gorgeous cheese strands from the CHEESE PENNE GRATIN ($12 for set with drink), you know this is a pot of gold. Wait no longer, start digging in. Smothered in strong glows of melted cheese and tremendous amount of kidney beans and minced beef, the mushy salted fries have a low chilli consciousness but certainly a helluva better version than the Chilli Corn Carne of Grub. Not sure if the FISH AND CHIPS ($14) might appear the same as the hake fish burger so we had the NAANWICHES. The naan-sandwich fusion weren't bewitchingly delicious but kudos to the team that came up with this ingenious dish. The LIU SHA BAO DONUTS $7 is not exactly in the same league as the classic Salted Egg Yolk in dimsum. Weird and wonderful, there is something extra s*** as you dip the fluffy hot buns into the cool egg dip while watching a couple soaking in the swimming pool as though it was an onsen bath. To be honest, my mind was totally occupied with the desserts right before I even stepped into the cafe. With a beautifully tempered chocolate ganache riding on top some blissfully assertive chocolate mousse, the COCOA BARRY CHOCOLATE TRUFFLE $7 is a highly potent blast of cacao flavour, obscuring the minuscules amount of salted chocolate sables (might have increased by now). The Passionfruit, Mango and Coconut Chiffon Cheesecake $7 did not set my heart on an erratic rhythm, but the finely executed textures in the coconut meringue mousse came as a rare entity in Singapore.  The Rose Pistachio Tart  $6 is aesthetically pleasing but realistically flawed. Crowned with tangy red coulis and mildly scented rose cream, the tart isn't buttery nor crumbly but firm and chewy. The Twice-Baked Sourcream Cheesecake  $7-- a rich baked vanilla cheese with a primary layer of sourcream--was thwarted by it's muggy graham base But do get ready you fork before the Butterscotch Arabica Choux $6 arrived before it vanished in seconds. What propelled it to the spot of BEST cream puff in Singapore is the amazing unity of a hyper-delicious salted caramel sauce and rich chocolate filling, cupped in the croustillant-covered choux that is overflowing with pillow-light coffee cream. With enough people clamouring for it, it's magnificence cannot be overstated.