Media Tasting at Boufe Cafe
Boufe Cafe has a second outlet in the CBD at Income at Raffles. Like its flagship restaurant at Tanglin, Boufe Cafe serves classic breakfast, brunch food, specialties coffee and Insta-worthy cakes. Alongside a new array of dishes such as rice bowls and healthy salad options that are exclusive at Boufe Income at Raffles. It might be a little challenge to locate the new Boufe Cafe at Raffles if this is your first time. Boufe Cafe at Raffles is located between Clifford Centre and OUE link bridge.
Healthy avocado salad is perfect for anyone looking to add a little more nutrition to their diet! Assorted vegetables, delicious soft yet firm avocado cubes, cherry tomato, generously sprinkled with pumpkin seed, sunflower seed, pomegranate, shallot and drizzled in a citrus dressing.
Avocado salad at S$10.
Filled with a generous helping of crispy pasta-prawn fritters, flavourful minced pork in homemade thyme soya sauce, caramelised shallot and sous vide egg set comfortably on angel hair pasta.
Ba Chor Hey Pasta at S$15.
This rice bowl generously combines our favourite hae bee hiam, grilled avocado and sous vide egg in one dish. The smoky-sweet avocado glazed with miso sauce makes me think that healthy food can be delicious too. Decently tender chunky roasted pork but we wished for a crispier skin.
Boufe Breakfast Rice Bowl at S$14.50.
My favourite dish from Boufe Cafe – Chashu Miso Pasta. Comes with flavourful Boufe pork chashu with a little char with pasta tossed in miso sauce and topped with an onsen egg, spiced silver sprout and shredded seaweed.
Chashu Miso Pasta at S$15.
This jiggly bunny tart made us go oohs and ahhs kawaii with it’s irresistible, eye-catching design. Minutely wobbly bunny took few trial and error making sure the bunny is nailed down perfectly. If you’re wondering, this bunny is made from soy milk pudding, all set on a chocolate almond tart, azuki bean and light matcha mousse.
Jiggly Bunny Tart at S$9.50.
Might not be the most photogenic dessert but definitely my pick! The rock is filled with bittersweet 64% chocolate mousse, rum syrup, chocolate genoise with a touch of salty-sweet salted caramel, chocolate feuillettine and grey milk glaze.
The Rock at S$9.
Light and citrusy dessert, this one will appeal you like no other. Light green tea sponge layer with yuzu cremeux, lychee mousse, almond crumble and some lychee bites.
Daisy at S$9.
All prices are GST inclusive.
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