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Today I am going to tell you more about one of my favourite new found café haunts. It’s called Fart Tartz and the design of this place is just great.
Loads of plants scattered around , making it a very “green’ eatery. Check out the order counter, it has all these gardening accessories that makes the whole place very pretty. This whole place is very visual and really photoworthy.
I had Spicy Black Pepper Chix Linguine and Sea Salt Nutella Tart…hmmmm both are yummy. I had some pretty bad experiences with food and cakes in jars but surprisingly Fart Tartz managed to change my opinion of it.
Maybe I wasn’t expecting too much from the food since they were all served in jars but I had a pleasant surprise. I must come back and try the potted plant dessert that I have been aiming at.
Fart Tartz Information:
1 Expo Drive, #02-04
Mon to Thurs 8am-6pm
Fri to Sun 8am-8pm.
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