Sunday, 22 September 2013

W.39 Bistro & Bakery

Heard about this youthful cafe in the West, and I knew I had to try it out!



They have indoor and outdoor seatings. What I like about them is that they will try to maximize their diner's chance of getting seats by making adjustments to their occupied tables.



They have two to three pages for beverages, yet limited food. But this, on the other hand, helps you to make up your mind faster right?



On the left is Iced Lemon Tea ($3.50), and Ribena Lemon Twist ($4.50) which seems like soda and ribena? Quite a refreshing drink for me, especially when I am down with sore throat that day...



Ordered two items under TAPAS.

First is Cold Cuts ($15.00) consisting of Baguette, German Salami, Chorizo, and Parma Ham. Not a really a fan of this dish, as it tasted a little weird to me. Probably a favorable dish for the Englishs, or sort of :) But I love their bread as it is fluffy!



From TAPAS as well, we also have the Crispy Chicken Winglets with Chilli Dip ($8.50). Yes, it neither look crispy, nor taste crispy. But we had this cleaned up because their winglets are quite tasty.



Under the APPETIZERS, we had the Baked Portobello Mushroom, Balsamic Reduction ($10.00). I find it quite tasteless though...



Now, for the MAINS!

Confit of Duck Leg, Mash, Aragula Salad ($19.50). I like their duck leg, as it is cooked till soft and flavorful. But I do not share the same sentiment for the mash. Still, a good dish!





Baked Lamb Ribs, Cucumber Yoghurt Salad, Fries ($24.00). Yummy lamb ribs, but there's a lot of fats underneath the skin, and thus quite oily. Normal fries, and we left the yoghurt salad nearly untouched :P Too sour to our liking, with a tinge of cucumber taste in it definitely.





For the desserts, they are not listed in the menu, but browse-able from the counter display! 

We ordered Red Velvet Cake ($4.80) which is usually $6.80. Delightful!





Triple Chocolate Cake ($6.80). Chocolatey, but a little dry though...





Crew are friendly and brought along their smiles whenever diners asked for assistance. Food is generally normal, where it can be delicious, but not health-conscious type. Probably we ordered the wrong dishes. Otherwise, it is quite yummy! Small cafe that sells bread too, is worth a visit. But be aware of the crowd towards the dining time, around 1830 hours onward. In case you are wondering what's nice, you might want to try their Sake Mussels, which is a dish that appears in most tables!



W.39 Bistro & Bakery

39 Jalan Mas Puteh
Singapore 128637

Tel: (65) 9646 5372

Opening Hours
Tues - Fri: 1100 - 2200 hours
Sat - Sun & P.H.: 0900 - 2230 hours

2 comments:

  1. wow, the food is a little costly for casual dining, no?

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    1. Yeah, it indeed is a little pricey plus when the food still needs some improvement! But I would say still wortg to drop them a visit :)

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