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The Bravery Cafe

Western

Wed - Mon: 08:00 - 20:00

Closed: Tue

+65 94524785
$21 based on 26 submissions
Brunch (11 votes), Breakfast (6 votes), Ala Carte (4 votes)
Chubby Botak Koala

No Signboard Cafe

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The Bravery is a new cafe that treading a fine line between brave and suicidal. The owners are so confident of their products and service, they did not even put a signboard on the door, and let their presence spread through word of mouth and social media.

Located near the hardware shops across Jalan Besar Stadium along Horne Road, you can identify this shop by steel red chairs and sturdy tables which looks made the left over of industrial steel shelf and thick plank of wood. The glass windows are covered with bright and attractive films such as red, blue and yellow. The interior inside are not much different, however the square communal table with piñata as the centre piece really represent the character of this place.

We ordered Pancake Stack ($15), with my Latte ($4.50) and San Pellegrino ($6) for Little Devils. The pancake the thick version, similar to what we had during our days in Melbourne. Served with Bananas, Ricotta Cheese, Honey and Crushed Pistachio. The thick pancakes are moist and crumbly however the banana is not ripe. The honey is very sweet, while the ricotta cheese and crushed pistachio provide a contrasting flavour and texture. LD gave her seal of approval for the pancakes.

For the coffee, The Bravery used the beans roasted in Melbourne Australia, by Genovese. It is smooth, with mild coffee flavour and not acidic. The type that I like.

The service staff are bunch of people that enjoy their work here. They are nice and friendly and knowledgable about their coffee. Check out the photo below.

Overall, The Bravery Cafe is the place where you can chilled and relax. The atmosphere is just awesome and they serve good coffee and food as well. We'll definitely return in the future. Cheers!!

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Latte6 votes
  • Pancakes4 votes
  • Brave Begedil3 votes
  • Raunchy Eggs3 votes
  • lavender latte3 votes
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The Bravery Cafe
16 Dec 2014 • 281 reviews • 21 followers

No Signboard Cafe

For the complete Chubby Botak Koala experience, click here:
http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2014/12/the-bravery-cafe.html

The Bravery is a new cafe that treading a fine line between brave and suicidal. The owners are so confident of their products and service, they did not even put a signboard on the door, and let their presence spread through word of mouth and social media.

Located near the hardware shops across Jalan Besar Stadium along Horne Road, you can identify this shop by steel red chairs and sturdy tables which looks made the left over of industrial steel shelf and thick plank of wood. The glass windows are covered with bright and attractive films such as red, blue and yellow. The interior inside are not much different, however the square communal table with piñata as the centre piece really represent the character of this place.

We ordered Pancake Stack ($15), with my Latte ($4.50) and San Pellegrino ($6) for Little Devils. The pancake the thick version, similar to what we had during our days in Melbourne. Served with Bananas, Ricotta Cheese, Honey and Crushed Pistachio. The thick pancakes are moist and crumbly however the banana is not ripe. The honey is very sweet, while the ricotta cheese and crushed pistachio provide a contrasting flavour and texture. LD gave her seal of approval for the pancakes.

For the coffee, The Bravery used the beans roasted in Melbourne Australia, by Genovese. It is smooth, with mild coffee flavour and not acidic. The type that I like.

The service staff are bunch of people that enjoy their work here. They are nice and friendly and knowledgable about their coffee. Check out the photo below.

Overall, The Bravery Cafe is the place where you can chilled and relax. The atmosphere is just awesome and they serve good coffee and food as well. We'll definitely return in the future. Cheers!!

29 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great vibe, food could be improved.

Visited on a Saturday at abt 3pm. Crowd was okay, and we could easily get a seat for 3. Staff were quick to welcome you into the store and very friendly and warm. Passed us the menus and informed us to give them a shout out if we want to make our orders.

What we ordered
- Ice lattee
- Lavendar latte
-pancakes
- bagedil corn hash
- roast beef ciabatta something.

The bedegil corn beef hash take is very interesting and different. the idea is really innovative and i dare say its the item on the menu that sets this place apart from the other cafes where pancakes and fresh toasts are the norm. However, the begedil was soggy and pale looking. I wished it was cooked a little longer, with some crust at the corners of the begedil. Or even, a crusty ourside, and a soft inside. i dont know if it was soggy from the poached eggs that was placed on top? Also, the begedil needed some flavor. I had to ask for some salt to go with it. Presentation wise, it was great.

Pancakes on the other hand was great! Fluffy and delicious.
Ice water is available at a self service kiosk.

Pancakes stack - yummy!
17 Aug 2014 • 12 reviews • 1 follower

Great pancakes + Latte

Excellent pancakes though a tad pricey ($15). Lavender latte was unique but flavorful. ($5.50). Interior is rather spacious with a retro theme. Free wifi is a plus too! It wasn't too packed either when I was there on a Sunday afternoon.
Lavender latte
11 Aug 2014 • 28 reviews • 0 follower

<3 their pancakes

The pancakes are one of the best in Singapore. It is fluffy and buttery. The bad thing is that it only comes in one flavour. The portion of the pancakes is good enough for two people to share. The menu is pretty limited.

The lavender latte is not my favourite. The lavender overpowered the whole drink . The hot chocolate is a much better option.

This place can get pretty crowded and noisy on weekends. So I suggest you on a weekday evening if you have the time.
28 Jul 2014 • 3 reviews • 1 follower

Lackluster food and drinks

The ambience and location of the cafe brings the word hipster to your mind. Lavender latte is an interesting twist to the standard flavours available. But I would call it girly. The begedil is quite bland except for the strong taste of spices. Fortunately, I like avocado and a slice of it keeps me going at this dish. When I tried the original flat white, the coffee is bland, like the food. And the pancakes stack is too doughy. Little effort has been made to make it fluffy. All in all a very disappointing visit.