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This Under-HDB Cafe In Bedok Has Japandi Vibes And Mains Under $20

15th May 2024

Daily Mujo is an under-HDB cafe in Bedok with affordable mains


Bedok residents, you’re in for a treat: Daily Mujo is a new cafe hidden under a HDB block in Bedok North. The minimalist, Japandi-style spot offers affordable mains under $18, which is a steal for most cafes in this day and age!

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There’s a nostalgic charm to its location, along a row of heartland stores, including a bird shop—something you’ll only come across in mature estates these days.


Daily Mujo sports a minimalist theme with lots of light wood furnishings, including full-length windows to allow ample natural light to stream in.


Their Laksa Hokkien Mee ($11) stands out from the menu as it’s rather uncommon that you’ll find local fare served at a cafe.


This hearty main comes with three tiger prawns, which is not bad considering its wallet-friendly price tag.


Thick bee hoon is tossed in a rich and creamy laksa sauce, along with tau kwa. You also get a hit of umami from the sauce, which I assume is infused with prawn stock.


Another interesting main is the Pandan Chicken Chop ($15), where you get a slab of pandan-infused chicken paired with pineapple salsa, fries, and coleslaw.


The chicken thigh was juicy and tender with a lovely char on the outside, pairing well with the sweet and tangy salsa. I couldn’t discern much pandan flavour, so those who aren’t fans of pandan might enjoy this.


You can fuel up with local beverages such as Kopi Latte ($4), which is essentially kopi bing topped with a creamy milk foam. Otherwise, try their Mango Matcha Latte ($7), where sweet mango puree meets earthy matcha and milk, if you’re feeling adventurous.

In related Bedok food news, there’s a new wet market-inspired kopitiam in the area, called Tan Xiang Cai Shi! Alternatively, check out The Social Space, another under-HDB cafe in Potong Pasir with Bali vibes and brunch.

Address: 84 Bedok North Street 4, # 01-27, Singapore 460084
Opening hours: Daily 8:30am to 9pm
Daily Mujo is not a halal-certified eatery, but does not use pork or lard.

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Photos taken by John Lery Villanueva 
This was a media tasting at Daily Mujo.

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