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54 Club Street
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6536-1181
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Restaurants » Fusion, Chinese
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At Eden Cafe they believe in quality, authenticity and delivering the unexpected. Only the freshest and finest ingredients go into the scrumptious spreads served so as to bring out the food’s original flavour and add a touch of homeliness.

Boasting a wide variety of wines and over 100 kinds of teas from all over the world. Their fine selection of wine and tea has been a great hit with their customers and are great compliments with their cuisines.

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  1. ladyironchef
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     05 Jul 2008 at 1:21 pm
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    Eden Cafe is acknowledged for its delicate florals cuisines to bring a whole new dining experience for the customers’ palate. Owner of the former Helio Cafe at Marina Square, Mr Clement Ng is the brain behind the floral concept at Eden Cafe.

    Positioned at Club Street, just beside Ann Siang Hill, Eden Cafe is a quaint flower inspired cafe seated at the F&B robust street with other eminent neighbours like Les Brasseries, Senso Ristorante, Spizza, Seven on Club, Da Paolo II Ristorante, and Indochine restaurant.

    There is the make-to-order option for dinner which is very interesting. Contact Mr Clement Ng to custom-made a dinner which is unique for you.

    The interior is done in very unsophisticated manner, with soft soothing music as background. The cafe has such a cozy and homely feel that my friend and i can just sit there for the whole day. It is that comfortable, just like home.

    Sundried Tomato Omelette ($9.50) Eden’s brunch menu is only available during the weekends and public holiday. It is the draw of the brunch menu which actually brings my visit to Eden. I’m always fascinated by the prospects of eating brunch at some comfy cafe on a laid-back weekend.

    The brunch selections here are mostly toast and sandwiches. The omelette is the one which caught my attention. I was rather astonish when the dish came, not that i was expecting a lot, but at almost ten bucks for omelette on a toast, coupled with lots of greens, it do seem a tad expensive.

    I understand that many places which offer brunch might be even pricier than this, but still paying ten bucks for the definitely-not-filling brunch do makes ordering lunch seems a more reasonable option.

    Nevertheless, the Sundried Tomato omelette is quite good, with a hint of cheese within the egg, and i must commended that not many places actually have such a healthy serving of salads to go along.

    Honey Mustard Chicken ($14.90) The main courses at Eden cafe takes longer to serve, with a waiting time of about 20mins. At first sight, the chicken is certainly tiny, with two small pieces of chicken breast, which comes along with again, very generous servings of greens.

    The honey mustard flavours the chicken well, although we felt that the use of chicken drumstick can add more zest to the overall dish. At $15, the honey mustard chicken is definitely not filling for folks with big appetite. If only the serving size can be bigger.

    Hibiscus Soft Cheesecake ($6.90) Desserts are where Eden really excels at. The Hibiscus soft cheesecake is one of the better cheesecakes i have tasted so far. The cheesy flavor might come a tad too strong for non-cheese lovers, but its still acceptable for me, although towards the end it might be slightly overwhelming if you finish this cake on your own.

    Coated with a layer of hibiscus top, and a bright red strawberry on top, the cheesecake is done pleasant to the eye and satisfying to the palates.

    Total bill for 2 comes up to $36.70. I still find Eden to be rather expensive given its minuscule serving size, and quintessentially there is nothing that fantastic about the food. The floral concept is unquestionably interesting, with the tranquil ambience of the cafe a positive plus.

    But food-wise its done very simple, i guess this is the selling point of Eden’s, which sometimes make you feel that it does not justify the price tag. Nonetheless, Eden’s definitely a great place to chill and sit the whole day, and desserts are excellent which will tempt me into a recurrent visit.

    Until the price drop, or with greater serving size, i’ll just come back to Eden’s for their desserts and the nice ambience. And just for information, Eden has a new sister restaurant at the hip Rochester park, Eden Sanctuary.

    You are always welcome to visit ladyironchef for a full-up on this trip. Whatever written herein are my genuine feelings expressed in words. Food, my dear, is what they call an adventure!

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    1. Lucardia
      Lucardia said:
      Woah, eden is so....old liao. hahaha/
      29 Aug 2008 at 1:53 pm
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  2. s
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     02 Mar 2008 at 1:04 am

    I notice there are so many reviews on Eden Cafe. I happen to be there this afternoon dying for a cuppa and some desserts...

    The minute I step into the cafe there is this stale smell coming from the Kitchen. Tho a cozy place for an afternoon tea but I must say the entrance toward the kitchen was an ugly sight...seems like a mini dumping ground.. with clothings and cloth or table cloth.. all this should be kept somewhere or it can be an eye sore.

    I went up to the display fridge to have a peek of the wide varieties of dessert but was indeed disappointed with the cakes especially the oreo cheese cake... there are cracks on top of it dont look fresh.. seems like it was there a few days... some of the display desserts were sweating... probably the fridge is not cold enough.

    Anyway, we decided to give the dessert a miss and order a cuppucino and 2 Ice Coffee and a floral tea... I must say, I am impressed with the coffee cups, teapot and the ice coffee is served in a long tall glass and the ice is indeed ice ball... presentation is good on the beverages.

    Beside the beverage, overall below average for dessert cos they dont look appetizing...

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    1. Bobo
      Bobo said:
      :) The creme brulee and the molten chocolate cake was nice... hmm maybe it's time for another visit. :)
      02 Mar 2008 at 7:46 am
    2. feizhu
      feizhu said:
      hmm how do u know the desserts were below average because they dont look appetising? Morton's desserts dont look nice either, but they sure are good ;)
      02 Mar 2008 at 11:10 am
    3. feizhu
      feizhu said:
      What I think? I think you should actually try the desserts first before rating the desserts? Because presentation alone means nothing?
      02 Mar 2008 at 11:30 pm
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  3. Bobo
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     14 Jan 2008 at 3:29 pm
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    Eden Cafe is a little gem tucked away amongst all the eateries there! It's tastefully done in a modern yet simplistic manner. The ambience was a winner with me. There were a couple of seats outside but I would much rather sit inside.

    What I loved most about the place was the small garden Clement had at the back. It was filled with plants and Clement let us try some which were delicious.. Yes the leaves of the plants were delicious.

    Clement provided great service, patiently explaining every bit to us. Esp when the items don't look conventional. The servers were also very polite, clearing our dishes at timely intervals.

    I liked most of the dishes they went down pretty well with me... I shall talk about the ones I loved!

    I liked the Black Sesame Pasta. It was my first time having it.. It was very different in taste but I still liked it. There was a certain flavour to it. But it didn't go down so well with many people...

    I loved the Tomato based soup served with mussel. The soup was very flavourful and thick. The fact that it was so healthy and tasty at the same time had me licking the bowl clean :)

    I also liked the Seedless Grape Chicken. This is the one dish that I would love to go back specially for. It was delicious! And we had ours in this funny fortune cookie cover thing which was really cute.

    There were so many delicious things on the menu and the molten chocolate cake really had me.. That I think another visit is a necessity. The mains for the lunches also vary from week to week. You can join the mailing list to have Clement email it to you!!

    Click here to see more pictures

    *I know it's long due. Shoot me.*

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    Comments on this review:
    1. Polarbear
      Polarbear said:
      Bang! Shot u. Haa....
      14 Jan 2008 at 3:58 pm
    2. ladyironchef
      ladyironchef said:
      * I know it's long due. Shoot me.* How come this looks familiar? *copycat* LOL
      15 Jan 2008 at 7:45 pm
    3. Bobo
      Bobo said:
      haha IS IT? no wonder it's at the tip of my tongue
      15 Jan 2008 at 10:51 pm
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