Bok’s Kitchen by Hidden Chefs is an aesthetic fusion cafe with bread bowls, Thai-Inspired pasta and more

by Trinity Sun

Here’s a pick-me-up for the week: “Everything’s gonna B.OK” – with a warm bread bowl stew at Bok’s Kitchen, serving up delicious fusion food. 

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The café has a minimalist, Muji feel, with white walls, concrete flooring, wooden furniture and their slogan, “Everything’s gonna B.OK” printed on the wall in a simple font.

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The minimalist aesthetic gives the café a classy look, with wide windows and flowers placed on every table.

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Dig into flavourful red wine beef stew served in a crispy bread bowl (S$15), or let a creamy chicken stew bread bowl(S$12) keep you warm on a cold day, especially in the rainy weather. Try the Thai-inspired Seabass Linguine Pasta (S$14.90), which tastefully combines Thai and Italian cuisine, with linguine pasta tossed with the café’s signature homemade Thai sauce, and grilled seabass, red onions and cilantro.

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Their Salmon Teriyaki Rice Bowl (S$14.90) is also a must-try, with oven-baked salmon drizzled in teriyaki sauce on a fluffy bed of Italian spiced rice, topped with edamame beans, sous vide egg, corn, and radish.  We’re in love with their Char Siew Rice Bowl (S$10), which has the café’s signature char siew served with pickled radish, sous vide egg on top of Italian spiced rice. 

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Local dishes also feature on the menu, which has prawn paste chicken (S$7), carrot cake fries (S$10), and the classic curry chicken (S$9.90) among other local selections. The dishes are all plated aesthetically, with IG-worthy rice bowls and cute bread bowls

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What’s a meal without sides? Their crispy enoki mushroom bites (S$5) and crispy pork with Thai sweet chilli (S$8) will leave you wanting seconds. Then finish off your meal with a refreshing Passionfruit Ice Fizz (S$4.80) or an Ice Lemon Mint Tea (S$2.80), and soak in the tranquil atmosphere. 

Bok’s Kitchen is the perfect way to unwind and savour a good meal for a rainy day, or if you’re craving fusion cuisine. 

Bok’s Kitchen
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📍216 Boon Lay Ave, #01-01, Singapore 640216
🕒 11.30am – 2pm, 5.30pm – 9pm (Tue to Fri), and 10am – 9pm (Sat to Sun)

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