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The Provision Shop

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Wanted to have a healthy snack or meals? Come and visit, The Provision Shop located in Everton Park. The Provision Shop serves a healthy way of meal for those who are figure conscious.

Daily: 11:00 - 21:00

+65 62259931
$21 based on 10 submissions
Brunch (3 votes), Chillout (3 votes)
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Good food and well-spaced tables

The Provision Shop is a cosy, below-the-block cafe located at Everton Park, and is one of the many fabulous businesses under the Unlisted Collection establishment.

It is a small cafe, usually filled with diners from the offices and government workers nearby, as well as some cafe-hopping hipsters. The outdoors consist of vintage-Chinese tables and colorful schoolchildren chairs, and the indoors boost backless wooden seats that are comfortable enough for chilling out. I appreciate that despite the space of this cafe, the tables are rather well spaced-out.

My choice of mains was the Corned Beef Hash (SGD$14.00) - comprising of potatoes, corned beef, onions, poached egg, asparagus and a dollop of sour cream. I requested to add Smoked Salmon and it was granted (additional charges but I don't know how much because I did not pay the bill). This dish contains ALL my favorite things - crispy edged potato cubes, corned beef (though the tender version would have been more superb), sweet crunchy asparagus and a large poached egg sitting atop. It was delicious for sure, a very satisfying lunch.

Dessert time came next - not that we were still hungry, but curiosity killed the control, so we shared a slice of Cheesecake (SGD$6.90) that contained of three layers. The cheese flavor was gentle but the texture was rather coarse and hard.

For beverages, I chose a Cuppaccino (SGD$5.00) which came with lovely outlook and was the right amount of bittersweet-ness that I liked, so it made for a good caffeine boost.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/03/lunch-at-provision-shop-everton-park.html

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• 19 Jun 2015 • 19 reviews • 1 follower

horriable food quality! not value for the price they asked

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horriable food! not value for money! never come back again.
but the coffee with a whale is cute!
tasteless ! i hate it! 16sgd for over cooked pasta and some pork!
the dumpling is boring.
the 14sgd for veg-pasta, at least cheese was good.

but we will never come back again!
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  • tasteless ! i hate it! 16sgd for over cooked pasta and some pork!
• 30 Mar 2015 • 475 reviews • 7 followers

Good food and well-spaced tables

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The Provision Shop is a cosy, below-the-block cafe located at Everton Park, and is one of the many fabulous businesses under the Unlisted Collection establishment.

It is a small cafe, usually filled with diners from the offices and government workers nearby, as well as some cafe-hopping hipsters. The outdoors consist of vintage-Chinese tables and colorful schoolchildren chairs, and the indoors boost backless wooden seats that are comfortable enough for chilling out. I appreciate that despite the space of this cafe, the tables are rather well spaced-out.

My choice of mains was the Corned Beef Hash (SGD$14.00) - comprising of potatoes, corned beef, onions, poached egg, asparagus and a dollop of sour cream. I requested to add Smoked Salmon and it was granted (additional charges but I don't know how much because I did not pay the bill). This dish contains ALL my favorite things - crispy edged potato cubes, corned beef (though the tender version would have been more superb), sweet crunchy asparagus and a large poached egg sitting atop. It was delicious for sure, a very satisfying lunch.

Dessert time came next - not that we were still hungry, but curiosity killed the control, so we shared a slice of Cheesecake (SGD$6.90) that contained of three layers. The cheese flavor was gentle but the texture was rather coarse and hard.

For beverages, I chose a Cuppaccino (SGD$5.00) which came with lovely outlook and was the right amount of bittersweet-ness that I liked, so it made for a good caffeine boost.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/03/lunch-at-provision-shop-everton-park.html
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• 01 Nov 2014 • 222 reviews • 5 followers

The Provision Shop: Pasta & Sarnies At Everton Park

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Opened nearly a year ago, The Provision Shop is one of the many cafes in this charming estate of Everton Park. Located at a corner of Block 3, this cottage looking cafe has a mix of old charm and with clean modern lines that feels cozy and homely.

Unlike the typical white cream base, Traditional Carbonara was served Al dente with creamy yolk base, chunks of bacon to give that additional crunch and savoury flavour. Simple combination yet satisfying.

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/the-provision-shop-pasta-sarnies-at-everton-park/
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