V360 Cafe - The First Cafe in Jurong!

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V360 Cafe - The First Cafe in Jurong

V360 Cafe is an atypical fresh cafe establishment amidst the old Boonlay neighbourhood. Five weeks into their operations, they already have a little buzz over their name for being the first cafe in the far-west of the island. Rejoice for the belated but much welcomed change, Westies! I am looking at myself here...

V360 Cafe - The First Cafe in Jurong
V360 Cafe - The First Cafe in Jurong

Most of the furniture they adopted is a good mixture of dark and lighter woods, with a penchant for the outdoorsy sort of benches. It felt like I walked right into someone's backyard. Its homeliness extends to the little tray of jugs of lemon-infused waters, KALAS mugs from Ikea, utensils and napkins. Their menu is not extensive - yet - as promised by their sprightly and friendly owner. Currently, they have home-baked cakes, waffles, quiches, churros, sandwiches, lasagna and coffees. Their coffee beans hail from the local award-winning Oriole coffee roasters - you can be assured of a certain respectable level of coffee in here... I'll be back soon to try it, but not today because I have an early morning appointment tomorrow. 

V360 Cafe - The First Cafe in Jurong
V360 Cafe - The First Cafe in Jurong

My friend tried their mushroom quiche ($2.90), which was pretty good though not spectacular... they might consider investing in a nicer display for their savoury food items. I had their Belgium waffles with ice-cream ($6.50 for single scoop) because I needed to replace the calories depleted at gym. Their waffles have a very different recipe from all the other cafes in Singapore, with a much sweeter base and an undecidedly strange texture that's a hybrid between a biscuit wafer, cake, and biscuit. They have chocolate, vanilla or a flavour-of-the-day which changes daily. I wasn't feeling too adventurous so I went with their chocolate ice-cream which reminded me of the good quality sort from Island Creamery. Yes, that's a compliment. Apparently their cakes are the best-sellers to go with coffees so you might want to try that. Anyway it's pretty near to where I live so I foresee I would probably find myself there soon, so there's no hurry.
I wouldn't say that V360 is worth traveling down if you don't stay in the region, at least perhaps until they expanded their menu. Brunch items are lined up in their future plans so look out for that too. If you're a Westie, it's a lazy and good option if you really need to cafehop with other West-dwelling friends.

V360 Cafe
526 Jurong West Street 52
Singapore 640526

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4 comments

  1. How do the waffles compare to FatCat?

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    1. FatCat's waffles runs on innovation and quality precision; V360, on homemade coziness and familiarity. It really depends on what you're in a mood for.

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  2. Hi! Just a small correction...the postal code should be 640526.

    Going down later! Thanks for e review ^^

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    1. Ooh! Sharp eyes :) Thank you for telling me, have a great night at V360!!

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