Has your mom ever said you are a good boy or good girl? Since Mother’s day is just around the corner, prove to her that you are a sweet child by bringing her down to The Good Boys Cafe (TGB) for a date with your mom.
Located at just a stone’s throw away from Tai Seng MRT, The Good Boys Cafe is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. The Good Boys Cafe features a wide range of nutritious bowls from salads to acais to smoothies and also Japanese dons at an affordable price. What’s more all these healthy goodness are served in heart shaped bowls and made with love — an extra gesture of love for your mom.
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Indulge in the TGB Acai Bowl topped with freshly cut fruits, granola and mixed seeds for S$12 and add on a dollop of creamy almond butter with an additional S$1. If acai is not your cup of tea, The Good Boys Cafe also serve smoothie bowls as well ranging from S$12 to S$14.
If you are looking for something more filling, their menu also includes salads and Japanese fusion bowls, costing an affordable amount of S$9 to S$11. If none of their pre-made bowls are to your liking, you can also build your own hearty bowl of goodness starting from S$9. Just a recommendation but their smoked salmon tastes super succulent and fresh.
Even more alternatives
Other than bowls, they also offer a series of light bites like banana bread, sourdough toast, sandwiches and hearty soup to finish it off. Looking for a light bite before dinner? Check out The Good Boy Cafe’s Salmon Avo prepared on sourdough toast accompanied with cream cheese and a runny onsen egg, worth S$12.
If you aren’t a fan of sourdough bread, check out their sandwiches ranging from savoury options like Classic Smoked Salmon to sweet options like Sweet Summer which consists of blueberries, bananas, strawberries and honey yogurt.
Served in a heart-shaped bowl in generous portions, be sure to order their carrot soup or soup of the day to complete your meal. The hearty taste of carrots will definitely leave you longing for more.
If you are heading to The Good Boys Cafe in the morning, they also provide hearty breakfasts such as oatmeal, yogurt and soothing Chinese congee for the diehard Asian moms. You also create your own brekkie bowl starting from just S$6 if you’re feeling fancy.