Getting to the Wildseed Cafe by The Summerhouse isn’t a simple feat for those who rely on public transport. It is nestled within a conservative black and white bungalow on the lush corner of Seletar Aerospace Park and geographically, in between Yishun and Punggol.
At the Summerhouse, they offer balcony dinning and the Wildseed Cafe & Bar. In addition, collaborated with The Edible Garden, planting some ingredients for the farm-to-table around their open area.
Within the space where Wildseed Cafe is, it is shared with Poppy Flora Studio on the far left as you enter. As inconvenient as it is, order drinks and cakes at the counter of Wildseed while food is placed at the counter of the bar located outdoor, within The Summerhouse.
Menu is small with mainly burgers with selection of rye or sourdough bread or alternatively no bread option is available for as an healthier choice.
Among the handful option, we opted for The Morocano Burger ($18) consisting of Eggplant stew, Feta cheese Sautéed pak choi, Hummus, Sesame on Rye Bread. We love the bread due to the abundant sesame and its scent. As strangely as it sounds, the beef brisket tasted like pork. Overall, there isn’t much distinct flavour to the burger.
There are a hand of sides to go along with the burgers. If you prefer to have a bigger portion, opt as Ala Carte which we did. We got the Super Thin Curly Fries ($11). Quite messy and challenging having them as it was ultra thin. With the same token, it was ultra crispy too.
An extremely popular pastry at the Wildseed Cafe is the Pea Flower Coconut Muffin ($6.50). Due to the colour, it was extremely instagramable. Loaded with hefty amount of coconut in the centre of the muffin. On the whole, we find it a little too sweet especially the coconut. Luckily the muffin was rather bland.
Besides coffee using Exodus blend of Brazil Fazenda Lagoa & India Bibi Plantation AB, there are options of alcoholic drink. We ordered no coffee instead a Matcha Latte ($6), that we find it too milky and matcha flavour too diluted. The second drink we tried was the Tropicana ($5) a mixture of mango, pineapple, coconut water and lemon. It was dominated with pineapple flavour.
We love the ambience of Wildseed Cafe, away from the bustling city life once a in a while is relaxing. As for the food, there are hits and misses.
3 Park Lane, Singapore 798387
Tel: +65 6262 1063
Tuesdays – Fridays 1000 to 1900 | Saturdays – Sundays 0900 to 1900
- Before or After Baker Street along Seletar Aerospace Drive 103, 117