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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Cafe Montigo

  • Cafe Montigo
    Cafe Montigo
  • Cafe Montigo
    Ayam Panggang Berempah
  • Cafe Montigo
    Avocado Espresso

You won't get the same resort-like vibes at Cafe Montigo as you would over in Batam; but the cafe opened by the upscale Batam resort has promised “top-notch service standards” comparable to the resort. That, and the international menu, which was created by the resort’s award-winning head chef.

While the heritage of Indonesian cuisine remains at the heart of the menu, with delicious servings of ayam panggang berempah (grilled spiced chicken) and martabak manis (traditional Indonesian sweet thick pancakes), also on offer are local faves, western staples and fusion dishes too, like pandan pancakes topped with coconut ice cream and gula melaka shavings.

In the drinks department, options include fresh handcrafted beverages like the elderflower lychee and honey lemon yuzu coolers, Salted Caramel Speculoos Shake and ice-blended Sea Salt Caramel, as well as caffeine-spiked creations like their signature Avocado Espresso.

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Phone: 6694-1136
Cafe Montigo, #01-50 The Star Vista, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore, 138617 Singapore

Area:

West

Nearest Train:

Buona Vista

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-10pm

Price Range:

$

Open Since:

November, 2017
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