Previously known as Sebastian’s Fusion Cuisine, the Kopitiam stall has rebranded to a new cafe called At The Myo and shifted its location to Everton Park. Less than 10 minutes walk from Outram MRT Station, the casual dining establishment offers both Western and Japanese cuisines at affordable prices.
At The Myo is the kind of place where you will feel at home instantly and the comfortable vibes are probably what keeps the lunch crowd strong there.
Diners can save on service charge and GST when they dine here.
We love the wall graffitis that add a creative touch to the cafe. Some of the tongue-in-cheek slogans had us chuckling away while we were reading them.
Unfortunately, the food was only mediocre at best since there was nothing in particular that impressed us.
Hae Bi Hiam Cheese Fries (S$7) was the best of the three items that we ordered. While the fries and cheese dip were decent, we felt that the Hae Bi flavours were almost non-existent.
Their Spicy Crabmeat Aglio Olio (S$12) was served warm from the kitchen and came with a good portion of crabmeat and topped off with chilli slices for a spicy kick.
At The Myo also offers a variety of Japanese Garlic Rice and we decided to go for the one with beef (S$12). It is essentially garlic fried rice with medium rare beef slices, mushrooms and a fried egg.
Nothing in particular impressed us but the restaurant was full during lunchtime so perhaps we ordered the wrong dishes. However, we are not too keen on giving At The Myo another shot anytime soon.
At The Myo
#01-42, Block 4
4 Everton Park
Tel: +65 8126 0646
Mon to Fri & Sun: 12pm – 9pm
Nearest Station: Outram Park