Batterworks @ Everton Park (Closed)

Batterworks @ Everton Park

Batterworks is a lovely little bakery cafe at Everton Park. They have nice cakes and tarts in small sizes at reasonable prices. Simple savoury mains and high tea sets are also available.

Batterworks @ Everton Park

Batterworks @ Everton Park

Many cafes served cakes in gigantic slices and at enormous prices. Why not give us a smaller serving and charge us less? Batterworks does just that. We can try a variety of cakes and tarts and feel, rationally or otherwise, less guilty.

Batterworks @ Everton Park

Batterworks’ dine-in menu offers soups, salads and interesting sides like miso drumlets and paprika fries. Mains include stout pie and chicken bulgogi wrap. There are also desserts like apple crumble and ice cream.

I had the pulled pork wrap ($4.80) and maple carrot cake ($4.40). The wrap was nicely grilled and tasted good. The carrot cake was an enjoyable scrummy treat.

Batterworks @ Everton Park

Beverages are reasonably priced; ranging from $3.50 for tea to $4.50 for latte.

They have 2 delightful hi-tea sets available daily (except Tuesday). The sweets set for 2 persons is priced at $22.90. The savoury set is $20.90 for 2.

Batterworks @ Everton Park

Batterworks @ Everton Park

The decor at Batterworks is simple but pretty and charming. The cafe is small with seats for about 20 pax. There is a nice public park with colourful seats in front of the cafe. It can be quite nice to take away cakes and coffee from Batterworks and enjoy them at the park.

Everton Park

Ratings:
Food : 3
Service : 3
Value : 4
Atmosphere : 3
Overall Rating : 3 TOPs   3 Tops

 

Batterworks
Blk 4 Everton Park, #01-42
Singapore 080004

Tel: +65 6438 2208

Opening Hours
Mon – Fri: 1030 – 1900
Sat: 0900 – 1800
Sun: 1100 – 1800
Closed on: Tuesdays

Nearby Stations : Outram Park

 

 

Everton Park

#Location fact – Everton Park is a housing estate originally built by the Housing and Development Board for the staff of Singapore Harbour Board. The foundation stone of the estate was laid by Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew on 1 June 1964.

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