Monday, 16 June 2014

Happy 3 Bites Cafe - Everton Park, Singapore

Being the newest kid on the Everton Park block, you will find NEA-approved pets cafe, Happy 3 Bites. It's cosy and pretty nice ambience to chill, with menu items incorporating a local touch to western cuisine. What's unique about them - being pet-friendly!


The menu is pretty extensive considering the shoe box kitchen. Ranging from various mains and desserts to choose from, as well as waffles made with pandan batter.





All Day Big Breakfast ($14.90) - includes garlic toast, scramble eggs, sausages, hashbrown, sautéed mushrooms and greens. Overall, it was one of the worst big breakfast I've had. Being very particular about scramble eggs, these were tasteless and too buttery. It felt as though the rest of it I can easily whip up at home especially the sausages :(


Bacon Aglio Olio ($11.90) - Thankfully the pasta wasn't a disappointment, with generous serving of bacons bits and flavourful garlic base. Other than that being too oily, overall it was good & worth the money.


Chicken Cutlet ($14.90) - fried chicken cutlet marinated with herbs, along with truffle fries. It was decent but nothing special to shout about. Given the big portion with the price, it's a steal!


Fish 'N Chips ($15.90) - A look at it and you know the portion is really huge. I personally like the fried potato chips which comes from real whole potatoes, especially in truffle oil dressing. Overall, it's satisfying.

Truffle Fries ($9.90) - Is it just me but the look at it doesn't really do justice. Other than it being too soggy, the truffle flavour were well marinated. We were told that the fries weren't in their best quality on that day when we were there, so do give it a try! (Symmetry still has the best truffle fries till date)

Durian Cheesecake - I like that fact that real durian flesh is used in the cheesecake, it goes really well with the digestive biscuits at the bottom. I kinda like the combination of it though my friends say otherwise. Overall, I wish it wasn't in a cup because there wasn't much crust at the corner.


Rainbow Cake ($6.90) - "Don't judge a book by it's cover" - I can totally relate it to the rainbow cake. I feel all rainbow cakes look exceptionally pretty but the taste is definitely the focus. The one at Happy 3 Bites was a let down though, it being dry and hard.


Besides the mains and desserts, we tried the beverages as well. If you like the cool minty taste, go for cucumber freeze. Overall, some were above average while others fell short of our expectations. Given the big quantity and affordable prices, this would be an ideal place to chill over dinner without burning a hole in your pocket - especially if you gonna bring your pets! :) 


Happy 3 Bites Cafe
6 Everton Park, #01-18
Singapore 080006

Wed - Mon: 9am - 9pm
Closed on Tuesday
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