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CAF Clickafood | Insta-Friendly Cafe in Serangoon

Loving the cute pastel hues in this bright and cheery cafe

Wait a minute, do they mean click on your phone, find this place and get food, or click (your camera’s shutters) because the place (and the food) are so pretty?

Well either way, I enjoyed both browsing the pictures of this place online and taking my own to add to the collection!

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I really liked my Mango Coconut drink!

Clickafood is like one of those ‘multi-concept’ places where you can find different types of cuisine under one roof – in this case, Korean (Korean Mama), Thai (Thaitanium), Local (186 Huat) and Western (Fig & Fiddle), as well as a selection of interesting beverages (by He 喝).

The Nemo Burger featuring a big piece of fried dory fish

I went with some friends and we tried a few dishes – the Nasi Lemak (S$8.90), the Mini Andong Jjimdak (S$9.90), the Nemo Burger (S$9.90), amongst some others.

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The Nasi Lemak was pretty fragrant and tasty

The Nasi Lemak came with vibrant blue pea coconut rice, two crispy chicken wings, a fried egg and a big dollop of chilli. It was all pretty delicious together, though somewhat run-of-the-mill. I also felt that the chilli could have had a bit more of a kick.

There’s also an option to change the fried egg to a Thai omelette at a small cost, which one of my friends did (I forgot to take a photo) – it seemed like a rather big portion, and looked quite yummy.

Jjimdak, mashisoyo?

Jjimdak is one of my favourite Korean foods, and the one at Clickafood didn’t disappoint. It had a good mix of savoury and sweet and the root vegetables were stewed to a nice consistency (though the noodles were a tiny bit too hard for me). I did think it could have benefitted with a bit more heat too.

Statements I truly identify with…..

This cafe I think, looks better than it tastes, but even so, it’s a really nice and casual place to hang out with friends and satisfy varying palates within groups. The drink selection is also above average with a good range and the one I had in particular, the Mango Coconut (S$5.50) was sweet, thick and creamy and very satisfying!

I would visit again if I happened to be in the area, or looking for a place around there to eat with friends. Their Pad Thai and Korean Fried Chicken did look rather promising…

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Clickafood
339 Upper Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 534953

Website: https://www.facebook.com/cafclickafoodsg/
Open on daily from 11am to 9pm.

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