Thursday, September 25, 2008

Kingfisher Cafe @ NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House

Colleagues and I, we came back to Kingsfisher Cafe to have lunch again. We remembered that they are closing down and moving to a new location soon.

Guess what's our reason this time to come here? We know that prices will definitely rise when a restaurant goes through refurbishment or move. This is Singapore, it happens 100% of the time! We knew exactly what we wanted to eat before we came here.

We have 2 portion orders of 'carrot cake' as well. The order of carrot taste really good today. We realise that there's lots of ingredients in it. Pan fried so nicely too. We like, we like. ;-)
6 pieces - $7.60



The reason we came here was to eat the Nasi Goreng Istimewa.
Istimewa means special. What's special? It has so many things. KEROPOK! sate, egg sunny side up, big drumstick.



Turn the plate around, you can see that there's 2 prawns, acar and the big huge portion of fried rice. $8 each. We had 5 plates of this. haha...



We also ordered one Sambal Kang Kong to share. It's good too. $12



We asked them. This place will forever be gone from 29 September. They will have new restaurants at the new Guild House / Alumni House. The western menu will go to the new restaurant called "The Ridge Bar". The chinese menu will go to "The Scholar".

You will need to be a member of the NUSS or come with someone who is a NUS Staff.

Kingfisher Cafe
The National University of Singapore Society Kent Ridge Guild House
9 Kent Ridge Drive
Singapore 119241



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3 comments:

Life for Beginners said...

That carrot cake looks real good... too bad I'm not an NUSS member... That sounds like a brand of Austrian hazelnut spread by the way --- NUSS. :P

Chubbypanda said...

*envy envy envy envy* I wish I could find Singapore cuisine that even comes close in the States.

Keropok Man said...

LFB,
It was good. The carrot cake was really yummy.

Hmmm sounds Austrian? LOL...


Chubbypanda,
There should be! My classmates opened one restaurant in the states, but it is in Arkansas though :-)

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