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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Enjoying Breakfast on Sunday

Tucked in the far end corner of Demsey hill, House is one of the perfect dinning choice to kept away from the bustle of the city.

Steamy Tau Sar Pao was served as the first dish out of so many dish we ordered. Known for its softn and tender Pao Skin, this chinese Pao stands up very well on its own among the other western dishes on its menu.
Cost: S$2.50

The Red Latte was highly recommended on the menu to pair along with the Tau Sar Pao. Given a small jug of honey to adjust the sweetness right to their customer's preference.
Cost: S$6.00

Red Latte

Latte on the other hand was well crafted with flower on the top similar to the red latte. A brillant cup of latte off to a good start.
Cost: S$6.00


A stack of 7 Layer Pancake as one of their signature menu is worth the try.These pancakes are moist yet fluffy and its presentation simply steals the scene. Spread with nutella on each layer together in a mixture of fruits and nuts, this devilish combination seems so simple but tastes wickedly good. Tastes best while hot!
Cost: S$18.00

Savoury delights coming your way...

Served in bubbling bursting hotstone pot, the Asian Sliders brings alot of weight to the dish. Taro truffle fries are finely cut and quite unusual in the combination of Kong Bak Bao (pork belly bun). The sliced pieces of meat are thoroughly braised with premium soya sauce, penetrating deep into the pieces of prime pork belly. The fragrance smell of cinnamon has also give a big kick to this delightful pot of Asian goodies.
Cost: S$23.00

Eat more!

Pork belly is succulent with the aromatic herbs fragrance and goes very well under the soft tender and steaming hot buns. This is something to die for and definitely worth your calories.

Drizzled with salt, these thinly cut truffle fries are quite crunchy to our likings.

Truffle Fries
Pumpkin Risotto are quite impressive with grains clinged together and spatters of white light tasting cream over them. Sage leaves and pine nuts were included as well. The presentation had painted a change of season where leaves and grains are fallen onto the ground.
Cost: S$25.00

Service is great and professional. Waiting time had been explained and customers seated are well taken care of. Staffs are attentive and have positive attitudes.

Located just a stone throw away from the nature, you get to see greenery while sitting by the side of the glass. Enjoying the close touch with the nature while dinning. For those who enjoyed the nature can request for outdoor seatings.

Natural Beauty

Out of the glass panels

Price is abit steep due to its location and quality of food however, overall it explained that everything is worth paying for.

Recommendations / Tips
Do remember to make reservations before the visits.

Rating: 4.5 / 5

House / Barracks Cafe
Location: Tanglin Village, 8D Dempsey Road #01-01/06, 249672

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