Tue - Thu: 12:30 - 15:30
Tue - Thu: 17:30 - 22:00
Fri: 12:00 - 15:00
Fri: 17:30 - 00:00
Sat: 12:00 - 00:00
Sun: 12:00 - 22:00
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.
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Named as the "The Third Place", Little Part 1 Cafe (LP1) is an indie cafe located in quaint Jasmine Road serving comfort food, coffee and alcohol that make the world goes round. This place is a perfect spot for lunch, dinner or simple a chill out session with friends and family.
Mains served here are European/Western cuisine centric, has a wide selection of craft beers, some desserts and coffee. Alert to all alcoholics (I'm not judging =D ), special 25% discount promo is available during Wednesday dinner time to ward off your mid-week stress.
Looking for a change, I ordered Gravy Chicken with Waffles ($17.9). My first taste of this unique concept was at Sin Lee Food which didn't impress me at all. Another place which I've known of its availability is at The Beast. Got to check that out soon!
Not only was the food photogenic, it tasted impressive and portion was huge too! The waffle was "chewy", soft yet dense, was drizzled with maple syrup and complemented really well with the juicy slabs of fried chicken. Savoury and sweet, all packed in each mouthful.
The Scallopini Crepe ($18.9) contained grilled chicken, herbs, thinly sliced onions and generous portion of mozzarella cheese. Portion was great and was orgasmic (taste) too! The crepe was a little chewy, the meat had substance, while the cheese and white wine sauce not just only whetted my appetite, but wet it as well.
The latte ($5) left me speechless! Reminded me of "never judge a book by its cover"! Good aroma, had hint of chocolate, medium bodied with a smooth and clean finishing. I enquired about the beans, but could only be disclosed that it is from a local supplier.
Amazing lunch session! Great food, portion and price. Definitely a recommended spot! Wonder if there is a Little Part 2 Cafe ?
I went on a weekday afternoon so the place wasn't crowded at all.
It was a lovely quiet place & all the interior decors were looking good too! My dining partner and I ordered the Assorted Buffalo wings(spicy), Chicken Schnitzel and Fish & Mussel Stew.
We both felt that the Buffalo Wings were finger licking good with the sauce and the chicken schnitzel was enjoyable. I loved how the chicken was cooked – tasty, easy to cut, it's different from the ones I ate before at other places. Personally I felt that the salad serving was a tad too much though so its best to let them know in advance to not add it in if you are not the type who likes to eat salad so as not to waste them.
The stew was not bad too but just a tad bland for our taste (we prefer & like to add more seasoning into our soup/broths).
I could see the other customers were also enjoying their food and time just chilling there.
The server will always promptly attend to us and always served with a smile. :)
I would totally go back there again to try the other dishes!
It was a Friday evening when we visited this cafe. Reservation was sadly a hassle but upon reaching and trying their food, my family and I agreed that it was worth it.
We ordered quite a number of items off the menu. Starting with the buffalo wings, there were quite a number of choices but we sticked with the Spicy one as the description mentioned it was one of the top dishes which made them famous.
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This place is an extremely strangely located restaurant in Upper Thomson, just beside Thomson Plaza. You can drive there (free parking), or take a bus, but it requires quite a bit of hunting in the private estate before you find the place. Even though it’s such a hidden restaurant, it does very well for a dinner crowd – many people in the surrounding estate come here for a simple, fuss-free dinner (no need to dress up, no need to cook, no need to drive out anywhere) We first went there on the recommendation of one of my jc classmates, who used to temp there as a waitress. They’ve got a shelf full of pretty interesting books – it’s where I first picked up Joe Dunthorne’s Submarine, and where L first picked up Peter Carey’s Oscar and Lucinda (leading to us reading most of his other works). I really like their quesadilla appetizer, which has an amazing meat filling and is served with tortilla chips drizzled with mayonnaise for some bizarre reason. It’s not really “mexican”, but it does taste skilfully home-cooked, which is nice. Their rack of ribs is exactly as advertised – fall-off-the-bone. We’ve always ordered this when we’re there; it must take really long to slow cook it to this level of tenderness. Other notable dishes here include their shepherd’s pie (they use corn kernels in the mashed potato layer – you either like it or hate it) as well as their German bratwursts. We tried them all for Father’s day last year when we brought L’s dad here and he had beer brewed by Trappist monks. One of their best dishes (in addition to the ribs, which I always have), is their chicken schnitzel. Yeah I know, it’s chicken, that’s already not legit schnitzel, but their schnitzel is covered with parmesan flakes and served with a little pitcher of white wine sauce which you can pour over the schnitzel. It’s really amazing, the breading, the cheese and wine combination, everything. It’s served with their mashed potatoes and a small salad.