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Sylvia Fernandes
CONNOISSEUR
68 reviews
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12 August 2020
Very reasonably priced and delicious are Kafe Samsa’s tea time treats. Local pastries typically enjoyed in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, I tried the range of 4 samsa’s – lamb, wagyu beef, chicken and mushroom & lentil. At around $8 a samsa these would make for delightful starters if you were off to a friend’s for dinner and wanted to take something different, or as a tea time snack. Kafe Samsa also retails home-made jams & spreads, decadent butters with flavours like seaweed and truffle. For $10 you could order a Nomads naan to have with these accompaniments, while sipping a wine from the Central Asian Region, at their wine bar. If this sort of fare is not you, Kafe Samsa has also curated five types of bottled spices to put a nomadic spin on your food. Adjika spice amongst other exotically-named spices is like a paprika powder, great for marinating meats. I am always on the lookout for something different when looking for gifts so this maybe something you might think of, when next in the Telok Ayer area. Pull a few of these artisan delights together to create a food hamper or gift basket. I guarantee your friends will be impressed. To round off my meal of samsas, I tried the artisanal tea blend of Toffee Time – rooibos, cocoa husk, caramel pieces, brittle pieces, natural flavouring. Delicious with a caramel tone and most importantly, without any sugar sweetness. My next try will be Ginger Pear. If you are passing by and fancy a tipple, Kafe Samsa is a quaint little bar that is so charming I am positive you will be as mesmerized as I was. Bar bites like Shashliks, Green Adjika Chicken and Lamb Meatballs are available for dine in and takeaway. Or if you fancy a fine dining meal, then reserve your seat at the Nomads, an elegant restaurant that serves fantastic fare from the Central Asian Region. With a pick of 3 choices in one establishment, that’s a pretty good offer don’t you think?
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INFLUENCER
46 reviews
8
11 August 2020
Kafé Samsa is a Central Asian all-day concept by The Nomads. Located in the space just before one enters the restaurant along Telok Ayer Street, Kafé Samsa transforms from café and retail space in the day, to a wine bar in the evenings. Named for a local pastry typically enjoyed in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, the café naturally focuses on this buttery delight, offering levelled - up versions that are perfect for tea time indulgence. In addition, Kafé Samsa also stocks a range of products such as spices, jam, bread, butter, candy as well as tea, that are either made in-house or sourced from Central Asia, and are perfect for home cooking and dining. Customers may pop by the café or order online via https://order.thenomads.vip/#/
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