Sunday, August 21, 2016

(Closed) Gobble Cafe @ 498 Jurong West Street 41

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Miss Tan, who has had a few years of experience in the food and beverage industry, has recently opened up a cozy little space in the quiet Jurong estate. The former coffeeshop owner first opened Gobble Cafe in International Plaza in 2014. She did not manage to secure a new lease and thus decided to move to a residential area and continue to cater to the increasingly health-conscious crowd. With a lack of healthy options in the area, Gobble Cafe is truly the place to go if you're seeking a taste of home, with less salt and less oil.

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Set meals that include a bowl of nutritious soup, housemade drink, brown rice or ramen option run from just $4.80 - $6.80. The Crispy Fish Brown Rice Set ($5.80) is highly recommended and it is really value-for-money!

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Braised Pork Ramen Set - $4.80
The braised pork is painstakingly braised for 12 hours and if you're craving a taste of home or comfort food, you won't be disappointed.

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Spicy Chicken Ramen Set - $4.80

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Baked Chicken Set (with fruit tea) - $6.80
If you're trying to cut down on carbs, you may want to go for the baked chicken that comes complete with a large portion of fresh greens and a refreshing glass of fruit tea. Don't be fooled by the seemingly dry outlook, the chicken is in fact, very tender and juicy.

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Baked Chicken Burger (with Japanese Mayo/Japanese Goma Sauce) - $6.80
The chicken burger is pretty filling and satisfying. Sandwiched between toasted sesame buns are tomatoes, romaine lettuce, a slice of cheese and a big piece of baked chicken. You can opt for either Japanese mayonnaise or the sesame sauce to go along. While both options are popular,  I prefer the sesame sauce. For just $6.80, isn't this a total bang for the buck?

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Miss Tan takes pride in her enzyme-drinks which are made from fermented fruits.The fruits are preserved for six to nine months before they are mixed with honey and water. The drinks have a sweet and sour taste, and tons of health benefits. I tried the mixed fruits enzyme drink which was truly unique and it strangely opens up your appetite.

On weekends, Gobble opens earlier and you can find breakfast items here too.

Blk 498 Jurong West Street 41
Singapore 640498
Wednesday - Monday : 10am - 9pm


Love, K

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