ClickAfood (CAF) – New Pastel-themed Café by Hong Junyang

ClickAfood (CAF) – New Pastel-themed Café by Hong Junyang
By Alex
Café hoppers, here’s one pastel-themed café in the north east you might want to check out.
Opened by Singer-songwriter turned serial F&B entrepreneur Hong Junyang, ClickAFood (also known as CAF for short) introduced five tantalising culinary concepts under one roof. The Instagrammable café is decked in aesthetically pleasing pastel shades, and the food and drinks are affordably priced so budget-conscious students can consider this as a next destination point for meet ups with friends!


CAF’s menu is made up of these main cuisines: Korean (Korean Mama), Thai (Thaitanium), Local (168 发), and Western (Fig & Fiddle). This allows everyone to get their preferred choice of cuisine so no fighting for food necessary.

The fifth menu is the aptly named 喝 HE where you can find a concise drinks menu – from bubble tea to coffee. CAF also uses specialty coffee beans from PPP Coffee for the perfect Joe. For us we had the Mango Coconut ($5.50) and Red Bean Lover ($5.50). Thankfully its muted and not too sweet.

We take on the big bowl first. The Seoul Army Stew ($19.90) from Korean Mama, serves 2. While its simple, its really decently priced for its quantity. This abundant pot of bubbling goodness choke full with chicken hotdogs, tofu, kimchi, Korean fishcakes and assorted vegetables and ramyeon.
If you are feeling peckish, can add on more items like chicken slices, beef slices and other things.

For me this Neo Burger ($9.90) from Fig & Fiddle satisfies me thoroughly. A massive golden battered dory fish fillet sandwiched between two buttered buns with a smear of tartar sauce and Colby cheese. I got hooked by this very toothsome burger easily. If you need some greens can consider load on an extra $1.90 or make it a meal with thin-cut shoestring fries for just $2.90.
Assorted toppings are also available


The 168 Nasi lemak ($8.90) from 168 发 comes with 2 pieces of crispy chicken wings, ikan bilis, crunchy peanuts, homemade sambal chili (their Indonesian home recipe_, sunny side up and blue pea coconut rice. Its decently priced and quite simple, and it’s the sole option under the 168发 with limited portions daily.


Since we couldn’t visit Thailand now, the Crab Meat Omelette Fried Rice ($10.90) from Thaitanium sparks temporary joy for me. A special off-the menu item that you have to specially request from staff, the blanket of omelette is studded with crab meat chunks, served with traditional homemade Thai Chili sauce on the side to add the extra oomph.


CAF is also offering islandwide delivery, free delivery with minimum spend of $88 within 8km of the café on iMakan and via Whatsapp at 8764 7544 only. Also available on FoodPanda, GrabFood, Deliveroo and Oddle.

ClickAFood (CAF)

339 Upper Paya Lebar Road, Singapore 534953
Facebook and Instagram: @cafcafesg