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2 MacTaggart Road
#01-01 Khong Guan Building
Singapore 368078

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08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

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Super aesthetic and chill place to chill out w a Friend! Worth a visit

Come here for a chill afternoon
The coffee is smooth, the Danish is flaky and not too sweet
Grab a window seat to watch the world go by...

"Coffee beings" This is For You! [@alchemist.sg] has opened it's 3rd Outlet at Khong Guan Industrial Building, A Five Mins Walk away from Tai Seng MRT Station!.

The Fact that we're able to choose the Coffee blend that we wanted was already something beyond what any other ordinary Cafés are offering! Lovin' the industrial Feels so much! Believe most of the Coffee Drinkers would appreciate and love this environment! With less than 6 Bucks for a Quality Coffee W a Peaceful ambiance, - "Away from the city"! What's better to ask for?.

Congrats @alchemist.sg for your Grand Opening at Tai Seng!

As you look up to the top and read from right to left, you would notice the words 康元 which means Khong Guan.

The lower floor is now occupied by Alchemist, which first started out as as small takeaway coffee outpost in the CBD at International Plaza, Tanjong Pagar.

I also liked the environment, not as echoey as expected, with various seating arrangements, and decorative traces of the old heritage building. Look at the flooring.



Simple chic place to chill with a good cup of coffee.

This place is reminiscent of Wheelers yard and JWC factory in JB- a lovely quiet area to relax and chill within an industrial estate.

They got a roastery to roast their coffee beans imported from south america that were used to craft out cuppas processed from the espresso machines or poured-over coffees.

Opted for a flat white and tried their butter and cinnamon danish - a semi flaky pastry that was covered with crumbs that reminds you of the bits and pieces from an apple crumble. Not overly sweet so that you can appreciate the spicy hint from the cinnamon.