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Sunday Market

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Sunday Market is a lifestyle and cafe joint which stack a menu of Asian style comfort food which are not quite the same as elsewhere.

Mon - Thu: 15:00 - 23:00

Fri: 13:00 - 23:00

Sat & Sun: 11:00 - 23:00

+65 62878880
$14 based on 19 submissions
Brunch (4 votes), Ala Carte (3 votes), Chillout (3 votes)
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Rustic Interior, average food

Full review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2015/05/sunday-market-lim-tua-tow-road.html

They serve a modest menu of hot food ranging from pasta, waffles, toast as well as duck dishes. The menu seems promising with most prices below $20 and with a mix of western and Asian influenced items. Had this during my 2nd visit here for brunch, this is Waffle w Fried Chicken $11.90. Deep fried chicken tenders with chitpotle maple drizzle as well as sweet slaw under that stack of greens. Sadly some of my fried chicken were uncooked. Roasted Duck with Garlic Hoisin Crispy Eggs $12.90. The texture of the pancake was thin and felt like the pancake batter wasn't pan fried long enough. I could hardly taste any roasted duck in them too, wish the aroma of the roasted duck was more dominant.

For desserts, I love their new flavour Chendol, rich in gula melaka. And during one of my visit, there were panda tart which tasted really good. Ice cream Waffle wise, it was dense and dry though. Bangkok toast on the other hand were good!

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• 23 May 2015 • 85 reviews • 2 followers

Rustic Interior, average food

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Full review: http://www.jacqsowhat.com/2015/05/sunday-market-lim-tua-tow-road.html

They serve a modest menu of hot food ranging from pasta, waffles, toast as well as duck dishes. The menu seems promising with most prices below $20 and with a mix of western and Asian influenced items. Had this during my 2nd visit here for brunch, this is Waffle w Fried Chicken $11.90. Deep fried chicken tenders with chitpotle maple drizzle as well as sweet slaw under that stack of greens. Sadly some of my fried chicken were uncooked. Roasted Duck with Garlic Hoisin Crispy Eggs $12.90. The texture of the pancake was thin and felt like the pancake batter wasn't pan fried long enough. I could hardly taste any roasted duck in them too, wish the aroma of the roasted duck was more dominant.

For desserts, I love their new flavour Chendol, rich in gula melaka. And during one of my visit, there were panda tart which tasted really good. Ice cream Waffle wise, it was dense and dry though. Bangkok toast on the other hand were good!
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• 28 Feb 2015 • 367 reviews • 55 followers

Fusion Food & Organised Chaos

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Full Sunday Market (Cafe) review: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/02/sunday-market-cafe.html


Tucked away in a quiet corner off Upper Serangoon Road, Sunday Market (Cafe) appears non-descript from the outside, but don't be fooled. This hidden gem of a cafe offers adventurous fusion food, blending elements of Southeast Asia cuisine with classical American and British influences. Sunday Market (Cafe) is definitely unafraid of pushing boundaries!

Ambeince at Sunday Market (Cafe) is one of the highlights. Some have described the place as quirky, which seemingly doesn't encompass what it is... an organised chaos. Decor is urban street grunge, meets anti-establishment, meets elegant sophistication. Rough brick and unfinished cement walls stand opposed to clean white and red walls. Industrial metal and wooden furniture line the floor, while creeping plants fill the corners, and a bright red bicycle hangs over the dessert counter. Suddenly, there's an elegant gold chandelier and a giant bird sclupture too. Even the music is random, you could be listening to upbeat mandarin pop one minute, followed by a mellow jazz number the next.

Service at Sunday Market (Cafe) is pretty good. The young staff are upbeat and proactive, quick in seating you and taking orders, as well as being able to recommend items from the menu. I like that Sunday Market (Cafe) offers tableside service, they even help top up your water glass! They even come around to warn you if the parking attendant shows up, which I understand happens rather frequently in this area!

Food at Sunday Market (Cafe) is fusion, Singapore style. Each dish is creative, with many items here being handmade. However, taste can sometimes be hit and miss, and is rather subjective as their food is experimental. Portions are big enough for 1 person, and prices are at the upper end for a cafe, budget about SGD $29 per person for a meal at Sunday Market (Cafe).

The Beef Rendang Toast (SGD $15.90) is only available as a weekend brunch dish, and is well worth ordering. Chunks of tender beef striploin, marinated in a savoury, spiced rendang gravy, extremely tasty and flavourful! Served with crisp buttered brioche toast strips, which you dip into the incredibly fragrant and aromatic rendang gravy / curry before eating... Highly recommended!

The Bangkok Toast (SGD $10.90) is the house signature dessert. A thick slab of sweet brioche toast, filled with a sweet milky cream, dusted with cinnamon sugar and topped with strawberries, is the star on the plate, and good enough to eat on its own. Alongside is a smooth green tea custard garnished with blueberries, and I'm surprised it doesn't have that powdery texture usually associated with matcha desserts. The weakest element is the Thai milk tea ice cream, while the home made ice cream retains the flavour of an authentic Thai milk tea, it had more ice crystals instead of a smooth milky texture.


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• 04 Feb 2015 • 118 reviews • 0 follower

Nice Special Food at Hidden Gem Cafe!

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For full review & photos, please visit: 
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/08/sunday-market-22-lim-tua-tow-road.html

So far this is the first cafe that can impress me as i usually find cafe food very boring. But here, most of the food are quite interesting that i think it's not common to find at other cafes. If you're those adventurous type, come & try their special food items here! 

The food and dessert was quite good here. Service was average without any smile.. I think the staff were probably quite stressed to handle many early bird customers including me once they opened at 11am. Can you imagine the cafe was almost full within 30mins! The only disappointment is this cafe charged both 10% service charge and 7% GST as some small cafes they don't charge these.. Nevertheless, this will not stop me from visiting as long as they can create more special food!
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