The inviting mood of Hawk Cafe dragged without a force, and made our eyes glued on it's stylish geometrical interiors. The ambiance was filled with art of falconry and visual information about it's sport and species of birds.
The polygonal lantern suspended from the ceiling caught our attention. We even tried to count how many sides of the polygon, and it has 16 sides which means it's a Hexadecagon.
After amusing ourselves with name that polygon we queued up to their order counter. The choices on their menu board looks appealing. Every new patrons will surely acknowledge that.
The selection of food was mostly similar of what we can expect in a bistro or cafe back in KL. We're looking something uniquely Singaporean and the only meal that pass on that criterion was the Singapore Laksa.
Singaporean Laksa is curry-coconut based type of laksa, contrary to it's cousin Penang Laksa which is made from assam that gives that sourish kick. The noodles used is kinda similar used to other Laksa. The bean curd puffs, fish sticks, hard boiled eggs and prawns are the usual ingredients of this type of Laksa.
There was no hint of a curry with our first sip of Singapore Laksa, which is good. Maybe it was overshadowed by it's coconut milk or other flavor. The curry- coconut base soup was incredibly good and this maybe the rich texture makes this Laksa stands out. The bowl was filled with heaven of goodness. We ended up sipping till the last drop of this delicious soup.
We highly recommend the Singapore Laksa of Hawk Cafe outside of Jurong Bird Park. Try it you'll not be disappointed.
Address: 2 Jurong Hill Singapore 628925, Just outside entrance of Jurong Bird Park
Operating Hours: Opens 08:30 AM to 6:00 PM (Weekdays)
08:30 AM to 6:15 (Weekends)
Note: This is not paid post or some sort, we just want to share our good experience with this stall.
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