Cuscaden Patio cafe & pub @ Cuscaden Road

Posted on September 14, 2012

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Before starting on this review, I would like to apologise to all AiMakan’s readers. I haven’t been blogging for a fortnight because, it was my birthday!

Let’s think of it as a self-proclaimed well-deserved break from the social media for a ‘reasonable’ span. I am now back with tons of backlogs and loathsome writer’s blocks.

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Since curfews were enforced during school days, I was pretty much dictated by my parents to restrain from stepping into night clubs and pubs.

It was just a good couple of years back when a friend initatied having her 21st Birthday Party in a Night club, did I finally managed to sneak into one.

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Having said all that, I am undoubtedly not one who enjoys the glamorous and flamboyant night life. If given a choice, I would opt for a less exciting spot; like a cafe & pub.

Cuscaden Patio cafe & pub was established a decade ago by a loving inter-racial item. A humble chill out locale, highly popular with regulars who would comfortably hang out with the oh-so-friendly Jeffrie and Jennifer.

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Jeffrie, the owner is a Mexican while the competent spouse, Jennifer is a Eurasian with a Peranakan background.

Don’t they look stunning together?

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Chicken Wings, half a dozen – $10nett.

The joint serves up fuss-free finger snacks that patrons would conveniently request in company of brews.

Renowned for delectable wings marinated attentively by Jeffrie, I had expectations for it before digging in. The ones we had that day were a tad dry but flavours had penetrated through to the meats. They were yummy when dipped in the homemade chilli sauce provided.
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Patio Rolls, $8

Common franks draped in bread slices well sizzled, chopped up into bite size portions. A fairly straightforward tidbit that I could easily assemble in my own kitchen, or so I thought till I sunk my teeth into one.

These seemingly boring nibbles were not drenched in oil and slightly crisp on the outside.
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Crispy Chicken, $8.

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The familiar Popcorn chicken replica?

Every pop in the mouth was real crunchy. But be wary, It is highly addictive.

I love how cozy it felt when we were there having this tasting. Thanks the bubbly Jeffrie and Jennifer for making us feel right at home.

Happy Hour runs from Mondays to Saturdays, excluding (Thursdays – Happy hour all nite long).

Happy Hour starts from opening till 10pm.

6 bottles of San Miguel Light & Stella Artois – $30.
2 bottles of Hoegarden – $12.

After 10pm, 5 bottles – $30nett.

Tuesdays’ Special promotion, Every jug of San Miguel Draft – $12.

*This is a tasting initiated by Jennifer of Cuscaden Patio*

Address: 21 Cuscaden Road, #B1-11 Ming Arcade, Singapore

Tel: +65 6887 3319

Opening Hours :

3pm – 1am : Mon, wed, thurs
3pm – 2am : Tuesdays
3pm – 3am : Fri
4pm – 3am : Sat
Close on Sundays

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