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7Adam is this newish little known restaurant housed in one of the black and white colonial bungalows in Adam Park. Parking is in the premises and is free. Was there to try their appetisers and had a iced chocolate (quite underwhelming) but their kit kat alcoholic drink (can't remember what it's called exactly) looks really tempting, but comes with a hefty price tag of >$20++
The portions are tiny, taste is average, service was pretty good cos when we went there it was nearly empty (it was at a very odd time, after their lunch hour) but they very kindly obliged us and prepared food even though the kitchen was supposed to have closed:)
I think it's a great place to chill and relax, especially since they have such nice seating and decor (though being truly singaporean I would hate to sit al fresco, even though the al fresco seating area looks really nice! I don't appreciate sharing my dinner with all the flies and mosquitoes...).
The banana nutella crepe ($16++) exceeded expectations with a halved banana and a partially melted sugar crust. I liked the way that they didnt completely melt the sugar so that there were contrasting textures. My only grouse was that there wasn't enough nutella - perhaps it could come with additional nutella on the side.
The apple tart was not bad either with a thin fluffy puff pastry and a thinly sliced apple on top.
I also got the pandan tart ($6) from mooshi baked (the bakery arm) which came in an unusual shade of green. The pandan filling texture was closer to custard than a pudding/jelly and I didn't quite like it cos it also tasted too eggy. I'll definitely be back to try their breakfast menu and more crepes as well as their nutella drink (as u can tell I really like nutella)
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