Ambling Turtle is a new Peranakan-inspired cafe located in Katong.
Opened on May 8, the cafe serves savoury and sweet pastries, including croissants, cakes, and tarts, to pair with your coffee on a lazy afternoon.
Their speciality, however, appears to be local fusion items like chendol waffles and satay chicken croissants.
One of their signature items is the deconstructed chendol waffles known as Go Home (S$12.50).
The reimagined take on the local icy dessert features pandan waffles topped with coconut soft serve, chendol jelly, adzuki beans, and a gula melaka drizzle.
Satay chicken croissant
The Satay Chicken Croissant (S$10) contains chunks of chicken doused in peanut sauce.
Other variations include Nonya Curry Chicken croissant (S$10) and Pulled-Beef Rendang croissant (S$12).
You may also swap the croissant for sourdough without extra charge.
Other menu items
Ambling Turtle also serves desserts inspired by local flavours such as the Pulut Hitam tart (S$6.50) and Ondeh Ondeh Cake (S$7.50/slice).
They also sell assorted kuehs, starting at S$1.50 per piece.
Check out the full menu below:
Boasting two storeys with a seating capacity of 40, the minimalistic interior offers a decent backdrop for your Instagram pictures.
Address: 66 East Coast Road #01-01, The Flow, Singapore 428778
Monday t0 Friday: 12:30pm to 9:30pm
Saturday to Sunday: 9am to 10pm
Top images by @amblingturtle and @jerikokho on Instagram.