- Bakery/Dessert, Beer, Cafe, Pub/Bar, Wine
- European, Fusion, International, Western
Mon - Wed: 12:00 - 15:00
Mon - Wed: 17:30 - 22:00
Thu - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00
Thu - Fri: 17:00 - 22:00
Sat: 12:00 - 00:00
Sun: 12:00 - 22:00
- Thomson / Sin Ming / Bishan
Little Part 1 Cafe is a cozy cafe located along Jasmine Road, serving a mix of contemporary and classic European dishes. This tiny cafe is big on its beer menu, offering a wide selection sourced from Belgium, England and Germany.
- Hidden Find36 votes
- Dinner36 votes
- Chillout35 votes
- Quiet34 votes
- Lunch30 votes
- After Work25 votes
- Alfresco/Outdoor Dining21 votes
- Romance/First Dates19 votes
- Live Band19 votes
- Girls Night Out15 votes
- Children/Family13 votes
- Brunch12 votes
- Healthy Eating11 votes
- Large Groups/Gathering11 votes
- Boys Night Out8 votes
- Cheap Eat/Budget6 votes
- Supper6 votes
- Private Dining6 votes
- Wine Lists6 votes
- High Tea5 votes
- Vegetarians5 votes
- Breakfast2 votes
- Vibrant/Noisy2 votes
- Corporate Events1 votes
- People Watching1 votes
- Fine Dining1 votes
Top Must Try Dishes
- Chicken Schnitzel8 votes
- Bratwurst Brat4 votes
- Buffalo Wings4 votes
- apple crumble4 votes
- Hot chocolate2 votes
- fish & chips2 votes
- Beers2 votes
- Lychee soda2 votes
- starters - onion rings/curry fries + fish & chips1 votes
- pomodoro chicken crepe1 votes
- lychee1 votes
- Rochefort 101 votes
- Little's Ice Green Tea1 votes
- Look at the other reviews I can only tell u what not to have1 votes
- Onion Rings1 votes
- Lime Sorbetto Soda1 votes
- Veggie & Cheese Crepe1 votes
- Potato Salad and Onion Ring1 votes
- salmon & cheese crepe1 votes
- curried fries1 votes
- Trappist Acher Beer1 votes
- Tofu salad1 votes
- Pumpkin Yam1 votes
- fish chips1 votes
- Buffalo Wings.1 votes
- Silken Tofu Salad1 votes
- irish beef stew1 votes
- Fish and Chips1 votes
- Strawberry & Banana smoothee1 votes
- crepes1 votes
recommends this place.
Check out my other favourite hangouts / cafes in singapore:
: Chicken Schnitzel, Lychee soda, lychee
recommends this place.
My boss eyes laterally sparkles each time we suggest a new place for lunch. But having worked at Caldecott Hill for a while, we are fast running out of interesting options. That's when one of my colleague suggested checking out this well hidden Little Part 1 Cafe located near Thomson Plaza.
To be honest, I still can't really give clear instructions on how to get to the cafe. We drove pass the usual eateries stretch along Upper Thomson Road, then Thomson Plaza and the next thing we knew, our car stopped right outside this quaint little cafe!
Ooo... now we know Wednesday nights are a great time to visit!
While looking at the cafe's logo on one of its white walls, I wondered the rationale behind 'Little Part 1', is there a Part 2 or Part 3 cafe hiding in some secluded corner in Singapore?
We quickly settled down in a cozy corner right in front of a shelf with old toys, collectibles and happily started blabbing away.
The clean white wall just next to our table displayed framed travelogues of presumingly the cafe owners.
They are reputed to serve great crepes but if you need something more substantial for lunch or dinner - there's always the mains.
Hmm.. Cheeky Rascal sounds like a fun beverage!
When in Rome do as the Romans do. Make sure you obey Regulations #33!
Interesting way of delivering our cutlery.
Their Buffalo Wings were not mind-blowing amazing but still pretty good when they are served piping hot.
Chicken Schnitzel is one of their signature dishes. For me, it's just typical chicken cutlet. The only thing unique about it was the accompanying white wine sauce that went with the parmesan breaded chicken. Try it for the experience.
Next to arrive was our Bratwurst Brat - Smoked german sausages with Dijon sauce. It wasn't spectacular.
My colleague had the Belgian Fish & Mussel Stew. They are pretty generous with their serving of mussels and fish slices. I didn't get to try it but the colours looked really good and she sang praises of it till date.
Our Salmon Crepe wrapped with marinated salmon, sautéed onions and mushrooms with mozzarella cheese for sharing. No matter how hard I try, eating crepes is always a messy affair. Let's try not to imagine the aftermath.
Our sweet ending - Warm Apple Crumble With Ice Cream
Besides the interior dining area, the cafe offers Al fresco dining too!
Doesn't look that great in board daylight but might be a nice corner to chill out with friends over drinks on a weekday evening.
My verdict? It's a nice cozy cafe that serves decent food at a reasonable price but you will not want to travel cross the island just to visit it.
You may also like to check out my posts on other delicious food places here: http://www.aspirantsg.com/restaurants-cafe-eateries-food-list-singapore
: Chicken Schnitzel, apple crumble, Bratwurst Brat, Buffalo Wings
I also recommend this place for:
Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Large Groups/Gathering, Children/Family, Romance/First Dates, After Work, Chillout, Quiet, Alfresco/Outdoor Dining, Hidden Find
does not recommend this place.
But this turned out to be a very disappointing, unsatisfying meal. We arrived just past noon on a Sunday, so this was soon after they opened for business for the day. When I tried to order the bratwurst, I was informed that (believe it or not), they don't have any mashed potatoes in the kitchen and there wouldn't be any for "another 1 to 2 hours", to quote the server. This is quite a disappointment. As pointed out earlier, this was in the early part of their business hours so there was really very little chance that they had just "run out of mashed potatoes for the day", especially on a Sunday when a lot of people are out for brunch (and the restaurant did indeed fill up after a while). So how does a restaurant not even have a basic ingredient like mashed potato at the start of the day?
The server asked if I could do with a double serving of salad instead. Riiight. Can you imagine eating one piece of bratwurst with a whole load of salad? The two are not exactly compatible dishes... not to mention you wouldn't be very full with that combo, or that paying $18 for effectively a sausage (and some greens on the side) is a pretty expensive deal.
Normally this would not be an issue as one could easily order another dish. But, as anyone who has been to this restaurant knows, the list of mains is quite limited. And a number of the dishes contain mashed potatoes. This adds to the ridiculous situation: if your restaurant doesn't offer a lot of options to begin with, and many of the dishes that you do offer are served with mashed potatoes, how on earth do you open for business without mashed potatoes in the kitchen?! This is carelessness at best, and unprofessional operations at worst.
Here's the kicker: when I tried to order another dish, I was told I could not have that dish either because (surprise, surprise) it contains mashed potato as well (It was the shepherd's pie).
In the end, I ended up ordering mussels from the appetizer menu as my main. Needless to say, it was an unsatisfying meal.
Friend who had been craving for buffalo wings also left dissatisfied with the wings served here (we ordered the Original Spicy Wings and the Mint Miley). If you're looking for authentic buffalo wings, don't try your luck here. They don't even serve it with ranch dip, which is what makes it "buffalo wings". It should be more charitably called "spicy chicken wings", because that's all it really is. And at over $10 a dish, these chicken wings are pretty overpriced.
All in all, I wish I could've said good things about this visit but can only report that it was thoroughly disappointing and frankly appalling that they didn't even care to have a key ingredient on a menu that is already small to begin with, leaving their customer with very little choice about what they can eat. If I visit again I will be sure to call in advance to check if they have some key ingredients. Customers should never have to do this, but apparently if you're eating at Little Part 1 Cafe, you do.
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