Cafes are a plenty along Telok Ayer but SPRMKT is some place not to be missed. It's clean-looking interior makes one feel welcoming and yearning to linger longer in this cafe after your meal. 

I was at SPRMKT to celebrate my first year of pole-ing with my first pole friend S. We have so much in common it is quite unbelievable, just that she eats lesser than me and is more hardworking than me when it comes to pole. I'm proud of her achievements 😊

My order of the weekend brunch item - Salmon and Eggs ($16) was not fantastic but neither was it bad. I would have expected more given that the cafe has been one of the longer lasting ones around. Generally, they are short lived. The salmon seems as if it was defrosted frozen salmon. Not much effort there. Whilst the eggs could be more runny. Oh and that's crumpets on the side. Have not actually tried one before. Now I know, it's just muffin's cousin.

Second stomach called for dessert so I had to indulge in one. Plus, the selection of cakes next to the cashier was too tempting. I think that was placed there on purpose. Let's just say the Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana cake helped saved this review. The chocolate layers are dense and not too sweet whilst the peanut butter cream and crushed peanuts were a fabulous match. Just the way I like it. 

SPRMKT is even on Sundays so it is convenient for pole students at Slap to come here for re-fuel. 

It's at McCallum Street :) 


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