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Le Char Kuay with Dry Laksa filling, Chicken Luncheon Meat Chips and Beef Hash Pie Tie

Flee Away Cafe

 
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70 Dunlop Street Singapore
 
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Flee Away Cafe prides itself on reinventing iconic local dishes. One of the innovative dishes include the "Le Char Kuey" - a You Tiao baguette with a filling like dry laksa and curry chicken. Aside from its creative menu, the retro decor is every shutterbug's paradise and is sure to bring you back to the good ol' days.  

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Opening Hours:
Mon-Thur 11am to 9pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 10pm, Sun 10am to 5pm
Dress Code:
Casual
Food Type:
Avg Price:
$10-$20
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User rating summary from: 1 user(s)

New spin on the old favourites

We chanced upon Flee Away Cafe by accident as the cafe we wanted to visit next door was closed and we were so glad we did. The decor was nostalgic and reminiscent of the olden days with model aeroplanes and cinema seats by the window.

The menu itself was a mish mash of old meets new with items like Beef Hash Pie Tie, Chicken Luncheon Meat Chips and their best-seller, the Le Char-Kuay with an assortment of filling to choose from. We ordered all the above mentioned dishes along with some White Coffee, a Kiwi Lime Mojito and a Birthday Milkshake that tasted very much like cake. The dishes were simple but delicious and will definitely interest the young and old alike. I highly recommend this cafe for tourists and visitors, but even locals will enjoy this cafe with its old fashioned decor and out of the box food items.

My only gripe is that this cafe is situated in the heart of Little India and is some distance away from the Little India MRT station. This means having to navigate the heat AND the crazy traffic along the streets of Little India in order to reach the cafe. Heels are definitely not recommended.

We took a lot of nice photos but most of all we enjoyed the food. I felt it was a tad pricey but well worth the occasional indulgence.

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Average Spent Per Person:
17
Best Part:
Le Char Kuey with Dry Laksa
Recommend to Friend:
Yes
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