Talent Cafe Singapore

A Space For The Arts

(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Overall: 7
Ambience & Setting: 9
Food & Beverage: 7
Service: 6
Value for Money: 7
Spent about SGD $12 per person.


Talent Cafe Singapore styles itself as a watering hole for the arts, where arts professionals can meet and network. 

As an arts space, the ambience at Talent Cafe Singapore is suitably modern. Photographs, sculptures and paintings hang side by side (most of which are for sale), and it does feel like you're dining in an art gallery. Beautiful, relaxing and calming. 

Service can be somewhat inconsistent though. While friendly, staff seemed to be constantly busy around the cafe, and attracting their attention might take awhile. The layout of Talent Cafe Singapore is partially to blame, with the counter partially obscured behind a pillar. 

Food is somewhat hit-and-miss. The salads and desserts were very good, especially the Tomato Basil Watermelon Salad. Topped with little bits of cheese, it gave a savoury touch to the refreshing cherry tomato and watermelon salad. 

The Honey Glazed Chicken Wings however, were a little undercooked, and the taste didn't appeal to me. 

When I visited Talent Cafe Singapore, the majority of desserts on the menu were unavailable. But the Apple Crumble With Vanilla Ice Cream was good, if a little too sweet. 

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Honeydew Green Tea

Tomato Basil Watermelon Salad

Chicken Wings Honey Glazed

Eclair Chocolate

Apple Crumble With Vanilla Ice Cream