New in town: Clickafood SG, Upp Paya Lebar — Pastel kitchen serving four cuisines

Not much news has surfaced about Clickafood SG, or CAF for short, but I happened to be passing by the area of Upper Paya Lebar when I noticed the newly opened space. Going by a commercialised kitchen that serves four different types of cuisine, Clickafood’s new gorgeous space allows diners to enjoy culinary variety all under one roof.

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As a central space for a few concepts, each menu under Clickafood boasts four refreshing cuisines—Fig & Fiddle for western, Korean Mama for korean, Thaitanium for thai, and 168 for local.

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The Mini Andong Jjimdak (S$9.90) was a much welcome sight—I remember jjimdak (Korean soy braised chicken) being one of my go-to dishes when I was living in South Korea, simply because of how delicious and comforting it is. The portions found in Korean restaurants in Singapore, however, tend to be overwhelmingly large and expensive for no reason at all, so you can only imagine my excitement when I found a manageable portion at Clickafood.

Admittedly, a much smaller portion also means less of the good stuff—in my case, the thick sweet potato vermicelli—but it’s a trade-off that I can understand. Though flavourful, I would’ve loved more heat in the sauce, and just a sprinkle of baked cheese melting atop the dish would’ve done wonders for it.

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From the thai kitchen, I gave the Thaitanium Fried Rice (S$12.90) a go, and it more than exceeded expectations. The dish possessed just the right amount of wok hei and seasoning, while remaining moist enough to stay appetising. Overall, a plate of fried rice that would, I dare say, make Uncle Roger proud.

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The All In Burger (S$11.90) unfortunately left little to be desired—tasting just about as plain as its appearance. My dining partner and I were at least expecting fries to go with on the side, so it was a disappointing shock when all that arrived was…well, this.

Stacked with Colby cheese, smoked bacon, lettuce, tomato, pickled relish, and ketchup, the elements worked in tandem to form a good burger, but that’s about it. You’re definitely going to need some sides if you’re coming in famished.

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Perhaps the biggest draw for Clickafood to me is their undoubtedly solid coffee. Arm yourself with a Hot Cappuccino (S$4.50) before your work day and you’re basically good to go. The coffee, is after all, made using coffee beans from PPP—a sister joint of the famed Chye Seng Huat Hardware.

Still in its infancy, Clickafood already shows much promise for what’s to come—now, to spread the word.

Price: $ $

Clickafood SG

339 Upper Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 534953


Clickafood SG

339 Upper Paya Lebar Rd, Singapore 534953

Operating Hours: 11am - 9pm (Daily)

Operating Hours: 11am - 9pm (Daily)
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