Streats Cafe @ Suntec City is a casual diner offering a wide range of food – from dim sum and claypot rice to salted egg yolk pumpkin fries and mango tango French toast. It has something for almost anyone and is suitable for a simple meal anytime of the day or for snacks and coffee break.
Streats is a brand of the Katrina Group, which also has under its umbrella chains such as Bali Thai, IndoBox, Muchos and So Pho. The decor of Streats Cafe @ Suntec City is typical of casual dining restaurants in malls – pleasant and quite attractive but generic. It occupies a space in the atrium so it has an open airy feel.
Streats Cafe Menu
The menu of Streats Cafe offers Hong Kong cafe food as well as a range of Indonesian, Malaysian, Thai and fusion dishes. There is an online menu but below are a few pictures which will give an idea of the food available.
Lunch at Streats Cafe
We decided to have lunch at Streat Cafe while we were at Suntec City recently. We ordered the Malaysian Carrot Cake ($8.80), Bak Mee Ayam Pangsik ($8.80), Pan Fried Chicken Dumplings ($5.50) and Kopi O ($2.50 each). The food and drinks would be served after a fairly short wait.
The carrot cake looked quite ordinary and the taste was average. The Indonesian noodles dish was more interesting. Bak Mee Ayam Pangsik (or Pangsit Mie Ayam) is street food of yellow noodles topped with diced chicken meat and other ingredients. Streats’ version used thin yellow noodles and the chicken was cooked with soya sauce and mushroom. A small bowl of chicken broth was served separately. The dish was tasty. The chilli sauce that was added to the dish was very spicy. We thought that it might have been better if the chilli was given separately so that we could decide the amount to be added to the noodles.
The Pan Fried Chicken Dumplings had skins that were a tad thick and chewy and there were not enough of the crispy parts. There would be many other places where we could get better pan fried dumplings. We enjoyed the local kopi – strong and aromatic, like good coffee in certain old school coffeeshops.
Pleasant Cafe with Reasonable Prices
Overall, we would say that our lunch at Streats Cafe Suntec City was fairly unremarkable. Except for the pan fried dumplings, the food was fine but nothing to get too excited about. If we need to eat and we are near a Streats outlet, we will probably eat at Streats again. It has a good variety of dishes on the menu, the prices are reasonable and the dining space is pleasant and comfortable.
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs
Streats Cafe Suntec City
#01-647 Suntec City
3 Temasek Boulevard
Tel: +65 6732 0536
Opening Hours: 11 am – 10 pm
Nearby MRT Station: Promenade
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