“Blue Balls” is a really uncommon name to call a café, since it has always been associated with emm… part of the male organs.

I guess we can joke about it, and hopefully no Singaporean complains. It is a fun name, right?

If you are curious about how the name of the cafe came about, you may want to ask the owner about a certain tail light hanging off the back of his bicycle.

Hailing from Norway, Stig and Petter opened up the Blue Balls Bike Cafe recently as a haven for cyclists to gather.

There are also cycling gear and accessories for sale, with the café done up in a cycling theme with plenty of corners for #OOTD.

Even if you are not passionate about cycling, the little hut in Pasir Panjang welcomes you to visit and socialise.

The food you will find at Blue Balls Bike Cafe are the quintessential Western food, which are easy to eat and always good. Most of them have cute cycling-related names – keep a lookout for them.

I have yet to try their food due to the timing visited, but there are soups, salads, pasta, burgers, and mains served from 11am during weekdays, 9am for weekends.

The menu is headlined by the evocative Blue Balls Burger ($20), which is a beef BLT with bacon jam, brie and homemade sauce, all contained within two fluffy Brioche buns. Aero Burger ($22) is a fried chicken version of the burger.

All burgers come with a side of fries to give you the carbohydrates you need before heading out for a cycling session.

Blue Balls Café

Load up on protein with the hearty mains, such as the Flyby Striploin ($28), a 250g grilled New Zealand Striploin doused in pepper sauce, with a side of potatoes and vegetables.

If not, pick the Grand Tour Fish ‘N’ Chips ($18), a beer battered fish fillet fried to a golden colour, served with potatoes, vegetables and tartar sauce.

Do not overlook the smoothies either, with choices such as Going Bananas ($10), Berrything ($10) and PB&J ($10).

Blue Balls Café

They also help organise cycling meet-ups on Tuesday, Thursdays, Saturdays and/or Sundays for rides to East Coast, Mandai, West Coast, Kranji, Punggol and other places.

When I visited during a weekend, the café was packed with riders – in matching attire. Cool place. Free wifi too.

Blue Balls Café

Blue Balls Bike Café
44 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 118504
Opening Hours: 7am – 11pm (Tues – Thurs), 6am – 12am (Fri – Sun), Closed Mon

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* Written by Daniel Ang @DanielFoodDiary and Dean Ang.


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