Today is such a beautiful day, why? Because it’s FREE BEN AND JERRY’S ICE CREAM DAY!
It’s also exactly 1 year ago today when my boyfriend and I first met in school, so today’s our first “anniversary” (So cheesy!).
My boyfriend and I have broken up as of 9 May 2018. You can read more about what happened over at 5 Valuable Life Lessons to Learn from Failed Relationships.
**Have you read my previous cafe blog post? If not, you can click here to read it!**
Yesterday, we made a visit to Next Stop Cafe at Jurong East, Singapore for lunch.
I heard about this cafe months ago on Burpple (a Singapore food app!) and have been wanting to try it out ever since. And now, I finally got to visit this cafe after so long! I was so busy with school that I couldn’t go anywhere.
Oh and, just a tiny-weeny bonus, the food here are mostly below $10! I repeat. Below $10.
WHAT EVEN?? So worth it.
I really liked the environment as it gave off a warmth feeling, the air con was really cold and chill, and the music played just made everything more relaxing. I love how the environment just makes me feel so homey and comfy!
Want evidence? Just look at this beautiful sight.
You guys must be screaming “I’m so hungry right now, please just show me what you ate!”. I understand.
LUNCH DATE AT THE NEXT STOP CAFE
These were what we ordered:
Al Fungi | $6.90
I loved the Al Fungi pasta! It tastes really unique and the tomato herb sauce is just right to complement with the mushrooms! It was nothing like what I had before as other pasta I have tried. I highly recommend this!
Chicken Lasagne | $6.90
Well, aesthetics wise, it doesn’t look quite attractive. But this thing is so filling! I love how the cheese stays melted and stringy even when it turned slightly cold (great cheese that is!). This place is very generous with its tomato sauce, although it tastes slightly too sweet for my preferences. But still, not a bad choice as the chicken, pasta, and the cheese made up for it.
Iced Chocolate | $4.50
Honestly, I was really disappointed by the worthiness of this drink. Don’t get me wrong, it doesn’t taste bad, it just isn’t good enough to make up for the $4.50.
I personally enjoyed Al Fungi the most so do give them a try if you visit Next Stop Cafe and make sure to let me know what you think!
I will definitely go visit again and I encourage you guys to do so too! Just make sure to bring a jacket because it’s honestly freezing in there.
Do you like visiting cafes? If so, what type of cafes are you attracted to? Let me know in the comments, I would love to hear them!