Ever since the end of Circuit Breaker, a throng of new cafes and restaurants have popped up all around the island. New kid on the block is Kream & Kensho, a new Japanese-inspired cafe at Kampung Bahru Road with a minimalist sense of aesthetics in both its food and interiors.
Officially opening on 23rd September, the new cafe has a soft rustic sense of comfort that combines with the modern furniture and the bright airy environment to create a distinct homely vibe that makes you just want to sit back and chill on – perfect for a quiet and lazy afternoon.
The menu includes a series of Japanese-inspired Donburis (starting from $10.90) and various standard cafe items with innovative twists, like the Kombu Truffle Fries ($15) – thick-cut fries topped with Kombu, a type of Japanese seaweed.
Also on the menu are Western-inspired fusion items such as the Sakura Ebi Capellini ($16), as well as various kinds of desserts, such as the Hokkaido Milk Cheesecake ($10).
Drinks such as the K&K Milk Tea ($6) are served with a huge dollop of whipped cream on top, so you can get that Instagram-worthy shot. Other creative drink mixes include the likes of Ginger Brown Sugar ($5.50) and Yuzu Matcha ($6.50).
As the cafe is relatively new, its menu is still subject to change. Follow their social media at https://www.instagram.com/kreamkensho/ to keep yourself updated with what to come! We can’t wait to see what’s next to come for this charming little place.
Kream & Kensho
Address: 33/35 Kampong Bahru Rd, Singapore 169354
Hours: Tue-Sun 9am-10pm