The Mayor of Tiny Town

Zara:

We decided to visit this cafe after reading it on Food Sirens as it fulfilled 2 of our criteria of a MUST-VISIT CAFE. Firstly, it is unique as it serves something normally considered a dessert in the form of a main dish (waffles, in this case). Also, it is one of those cutesy, quaint little cafes that have been popping up all over Singapore lately. Thus, we put our mind  to visit this cafe soon in order to try their variety of savoury and sweet waffles for ourselves!
The adorable salt and pepper shakers!

The adorable salt and pepper shakers!

Cute ornaments adorn the walls

Cute ornaments adorn the walls

Upon stepping into the cafe, we were struck by how adorable the entire cafe is! With picture frames and polaroids hanging from the walls, as well as lovely shelves adorned with figurines, it exuded a cosy and snug feel that was obviously welcome to all dining there. The clink of cutlery was the loudest sound that could be heard as diners tucked into the food and enjoyed some quiet conversation with each other. Eager to tuck into a yummy meal, we decided on our dishes as quickly as possible! While we had initially had planned on trying out their savoury waffles, we instead decided to leave the waffles for dessert and choose other dishes as our main meal.
Check out that sexy splash of milk

Check out that sexy splash of milk

The delicious chocolate drink :D

The delicious chocolate drink 😀

Iced Chocolate ($4.50): Green and Black’s Organic Chocolate Drink with frothed fresh milk, served with ice. While a cold drink is never the best choice on a cold rainy day (like the day we visited this cafe), we still enjoyed this drink immensely! It was not overly sweet like some of the chocolate drinks you find in other eateries, as dark cocoa was used to make it. Also, the milk was a welcome addition as it gave the drink a smooth and silky texture. 
The poached eggs all ready to be broken open!

The poached eggs all ready to be broken open!

Royal’s Eggs ($14.90): Poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, smoked salmon, roasted tomato, mixed greens and English Muffins. I have always had faith in the combination of poached eggs and smoked salmon, as the choice has never failed me (SO FAR). This dish did not prove me wrong (fortunately) as the flavours balanced out well enough, with the toasted english muffins providing a sturdy and crisp base to balance the stacks of salmon, greens, and egg that I insisted on piling on top of each other. The only complain that I have is that the smoked salmon was a tad bit too salty 😦 otherwise, the dish was a good one, albeit not exceptional or extraordinary. 
The plate is made up of such pretty colours!

The plate is made up of such pretty colours!

Scrambling Eggs ($14.90): Scrambled eggs, smoked salmon, roasted tomato, mixed greens and toast. The main difference between this dish and the one above is that it has scrambled eggs instead of poached ones, and toast instead of an english muffin. The scrambled eggs were particularly enjoyable, being fluffy and melt-in-your-mouth-ish at the same time, like how well scrambled eggs should be! 
nomznomz!

nomznomz!

A little bit of chocolatey heaven on a plate

A little bit of chocolatey heaven on a plate

Chocolate & Banana ($8.90): Waffle with banana and chocolate ice cream. Squirming in anticipation, we were so excited when the waitress finally brought our dessert to us! And it certainly did not disappoint. The waffle was fluffy on the inside and crisp and toasty on the outside, while the chocolate ice-cream was just the type we liked: dark and silky. The slight bitterness of the ice-cream perfectly complemented the sweet bananas and chocolate sauce that was drizzled all over the plate! This was definitely the best part of the meal, and since the waffles were so good, we will definitely try out the savoury waffles the next time! 
All in all, this was a pretty enjoyable meal. The prices were standard cafe-pricing, and the portion sizes were very reasonable, leaving us full and comfortable after the entire meal! We will be sure to try out the savoury waffles the next time, as waffles are indeed what they are famous for! We would recommend this place to anyone who is looking for a quiet and cosy eatery to catch up with friends or to spend some nice quality time with loved ones! 🙂 Enjoy the rest of your holidays and let’s all hope the world doesn’t end tomorrow!!!
The Mayor of Tiny Town
61 Cantonment Road
Singapore 089757
Telephone:+65 6222 7089
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2 Responses to The Mayor of Tiny Town

  1. myfoodsirens says:

    Woooo I’m craving for their waffles now!!Glad that you like them as much as I did! =D

  2. rw says:

    Ahhh looks good! Putting it on my to-try list this year!

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