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Flock Cafe @ Tiong Bahru, Moh Guan Terrace July 3, 2013

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???????????????????????????????Good morning to all~!  Doesn’t matter whether you read this in the morning, afternoon or night.  It is all-day-breakfast at Flock Cafe.  Ain’t you happy?  Do you believe that if you name a cafe right, people will remember you easily.  Do you believe that if you name a cafe right; just as Flock Cafe; patrons and guests will just come flocking to your cafe.  Prominently printed on a white-washed wall of the cafe, “Morning has Broken.  Mr Coffee has Spoken”.  Have a great start of the day by having a cuppa and good breakfast.  Right your breakfast and you will right your day!

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I have checked out quite a number of cafe in the Tiong Bahru estate and no place meets the charm of Flock Cafe.  Quite frankly, if a place is filled with a lot of expatriates, then it quite isn’t the place I feel comfortable with.  However, at Flock the feeling is different.  I can feel almost right at home.  Maybe because the bacon smell from the kitchen that permeates through the whole cafe is the magic.  The place satisfy even your sense of smell.  How’s that for a change?

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Lovely display of fresh oranges, sodas and sparking water.  When you step into the cafe, you see these in the glass case.  The owners are clever to put something so colorful to elevate the mood of its guest.  Doesn’t seeing something colour cheers you up?

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Beside the cashier will be the cake display.  Besides its regular menu of breakfast, Flock also has many pastries and cakes to offer.  Do check out the different variety they have on display and they changes throughout the day.  So the best tends to sell out quickly.  Savour it before it last.

???????????????????????????????Nice decoration with photos of its patrons and magazines for browsing

???????????????????????????????Latte ($5.50)

Latte is good.  Velvety and smooth, the tinge of bitterness is something I prefer for a stronger wake-me-up coffee.  Mr Coffee has spoken indeed.

???????????????????????????????Eggs Sally ($14.90)

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Eggs Sally has two gorgeous poached eggs topped with hollandaise sauce.  The smoked salmon goes very well on the french country loaf and sauce.  Of course, I love the wild rockets too.

???????????????????????????????Scrambled Eggs, Bacon & Croissant ($14.90)

I also had; on a separate occasion of course; the scrambled eggs, bacon & croissant.  On my first visit, I kept smelling the bacon in the restaurant and the smell stays on my mind the whole time.  Although I am hardly a fan of bacon but this is so good: crispy and fatty, just the way I like it.  Few places make as good scrambled eggs as Flock does as it is still moist inside.  Something I will come back to again!

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Whether you like to have a good coffee, a great breakfast, or just some personal chill out time, Flock Cafe is an ideal choice.   As for me, I am definitely coming back for more.  There are so many tantalising menu choices.  You can check out Flock Cafe website.

On my next visit, I am likely to order Banana French Toast & Crispy Bacon.  So do check back for my next review.

Flock Cafe
78 Moh Guan Terrace
#01-25 Singapore 162078
Tel: 6536 3938
Opening Hours:
Monday: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Wedesday – Sunday: 9.00am to 5.00pm
Closed on Tuesday

Check out other cafes at the Tiong Bahru Estate:

Drips Bakery Cafe@ Tiong Poh Road

Plain Vanilla @ Yong Siak Street

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