Platform 1094: What you can expect from the Harry Potter-inspired cafe in Singapore

By Felicia Wong   — April 18, 2018
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    Potterheads will love this magical Harry Potter-themed cafe!

    Themed cafes are big in Singapore but Platform 1094 has remained relatively low-key since opening in 2016.

    Walk in and be bewitched by the cafe’s cozy interior, with its warm brick walls and wooden floors and ceilings.

    (Photo: Facebook/Platform 1094)

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    Platform 1094 offers a totally immersive Harry Potter experience.

    Harry Potter-inspired costumes, like robes, scarfs and hats, are available for free at the cafe. There is also a large cabinet filled with accessories and props, such as wands, broomsticks, glasses.

    Dress your little ones up as their favourite wizard or witch and why not join in the fun, too? Feel free to take as many photos together as you want.

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    The cafe offers a selection of Singaporean-Western fusion dishes with a magical twist.

    Here are some menu highlights.

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    Fries are a staple in most cafes but Platform 1094’s Truffle Fries ($12) are some of the best I’ve ever had.

    The shoestring fries are drizzled with truffle oil and served with wasabi mayo dipping sauce for that extra kick.

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    You must try the Half BBQ Chicken ($18) if you want a dining experience with a show.

    This flambe dish is prepared at your table so make sure you have your cameras ready to catch the momentary burst of flames.

    The fire baked half chicken with BBQ sauce is served with grilled vegetables, sweet corn, red cabbage puree and mashed potatoes.

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    Another popular dish is the Pesto Mayo Pork Ribs ($22).

    The tender pork ribs are poached in buttercream and they slide right off the bones after cutting them, perfect for your little ones.

    They are drizzled with pesto mayo and served with grilled vegetables, sweet corn and mashed potatoes.

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    The magic doesn’t end after your main courses, the desserts at Platform 1094 are pretty enchanting, too.

    You’ll fall in love with the amazing handcrafted artisan sweets that are inspired by the magical universe, such as The Goal’s Seeker ($15), an edible version of Harry’s golden snitch, and Sweet Treats of the Wizardry World ($12), a delicious book of spells.

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    You may have seen the cafe’s best-selling beverage, the electric blue and flaming Goblet of Fire ($15). You will be spellbound as the alcoholic drink is prepared before your eyes.

    Of course, there are also plenty non-alcoholic options for your little ones, too.

    Potterheads will be delighted to know that Mrs Lich’s Butterscotch Ale ($10) tastes just as good as it sounds in the books. Your little ones will be licking up every last drop.

    If you want something healthier, try the refreshing Fragaria Extract ($8). This guilt-free smoothie features the perfect combination of strawberries, beetroots, oranges and bananas – yum!

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    Platform 1094 faces the main road and there are ample public parking spaces at the back of the restaurant.

    The cafe is also within walking distance from the MRT station so you can ditch the car and walk over with your little ones, too.

    Where: 1094 Serangoon Road (Nearest MRT: Boon Keng)
    Opening hours: 11am to 10pm (Tuesdays to Sundays); closed on Mondays

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