Afterwit Cafe: Mexican Halal Cafe In North Bridge Road
More than just a Mexican halal eatery, Afterwhit Cafe enjoys music where local bands are invited to perform during dinner hours. Check out the intricate wall art too, simply brilliant!
Lunch special starting from $10 is available between 12-3pm and each set comes with a choice of Tacos or Burritos paired with either specialty coffee or fruit juices.
Taking pride in their coffee, Afterwhit uses beans from Dutch Colony Coffee Co. similar to their parent brunch at Working Title Cafe. However, I am disappointed with the outcome. Check out the difference in both cups of latte.
One had a thicker crema with nicely froth milk while the other was milky and loose. Needless to say about the taste. Thankfully the service was good and I managed to ask for an exchange. Better than previous, but still a little disappointing. Very much like coaching, where both coaches uses the same program but it boils down to deliverance.
Calvin ordered Tacos set (about $10-12) while I had the Burrito set (about $12-14).
Here’s the Tacos de Carne Asada (Roast Beef) with nachos and dip. Stole a bite of the Taco which was refreshing and juicy with all that sauces, but only had traces of beef slices. Would need a second helping if I ordered this.
I had Carne Picante (Roast Beef) Burrito! It was chunky and filling, but mainly due to rice with traces of sliced beef. Compared to the one I had at Muchachos, the latter has the upper hand in terms of taste and texture.
This is a perfect spot to chill with drinks. Check out the whole periodic chart worth of crazy concoction!
Want a taste of Mexico, Afterwit is probably a place to visit…or maybe not? Overall, this is a great place to check out if you are looking for a peaceful place to work and catch up with friends. Nearest MRT will be either Lavender or Bugis Station.
778 North Bridge Rd, 198746