Wildseed Cafe by The Summerhouse – Next Cafe to Hangout At

Just recently opened at the Seletar Aerospace Park, Wildseed Cafe joins a rank of other new openings including Wheeler’s Estate, Youngs Bar & Restaurant, Di Wei Teochew Restaurant & The Summerhouse. The location isn’t the most accessible I know and without a car it’s probably a little troublesome to get there. But then again, Singaporeans travel anywhere for food, what’s more when the place is pretty enough for instagram shots anywhere

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The Wildseed Cafe & Bar is located at the ground level, while the restaurant on the upper level

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Sharing a space with Poppy Floral studio, the interior was filled with lots of greenery and tiny pots of flowers on each table to provide a homely touch

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Fresh Bakes

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Coconut & Pineapple $6.50

The cafe had a selection of sweet treats to choose from. I actually like the coconut & pineapple cake with an overflowing fragrance of coconut mixed with citrusy punch of pineapples on top a soft cake. The flavours can be a little strange on first bite but I thought it was a pretty decent cake afterall

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Flat White $5

Coffee from Nomad The Gallant Coffee known as the Exodus blend, the beans originate from Brazil Fazenda Lagoa & India Bibi Plantation. Meant to be bold, malty with hints of spice & cedar, I think it was too exotic for me. I hope they change their blend from time to time

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Pork & Krauts $15

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One of their popular items, the pulled pork was tender and flavorful. I enjoyed the cucumber salad and nuts which gave a different texture to the sandwich. There was an option to choose between rye and sourdough though I didn’t get the question on this. The sourdough seems tough to cut but the crispy texture complements the meat perfectly without being too chewy

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Pink Lotion $5

The cafe also serves smoothies and juices for those looking for a non-caffeine option. The pink lotion which contains grapefruit, red apple, carrot, ginger & lemon tasted a little bitter. But I guess I could get used to it afterwhile

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The al fresco dining area adjacent to the cafe

The place was only one week old when I visited. The owners probably didn’t expect the popularity of the place to come so soon, so much that most of the food was sold out by 2pm on a weekday. There is a ala carte brunch buffet promotion going on right now at $38+ which features some interesting items like kaya with poached egg within sourdough. They do a pretty diverse establishment. It’s a rather decent place to check it out

Wildseed Cafe by The Summerhosue

3 Park Lane, S(798387)