56 Arab Street
Singapore 199753

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08:00am - 08:00pm

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From the Burpple community

The long, endless stream of queue on an odd-hour weekday noon speaks of the quality of drinks at Arabica! Stepping into the minimalistic, cosy-spaced coffee house, we were immediately swooned by the aroma of their coffee beans. We ordered Spanish latte, one of the highly raved drinks at Arabica. Indeed, it didn’t disappoint. We love how it came with some condensed milk with a dash of vanilla beans - the black little specks of vanilla beans thrilled me to bits! Taste was unique, unlike any other latte. I loved it a latte!!

Ah, yes. The “percentage coffee” that leaves the coffee addicts divided between Team Arabica and Team (Don’t Waste your money).
I paid close to 10 bucks for this 𝘾𝙖𝙛𝙚 𝙇𝙖𝙩𝙩𝙚 (~$8) with Oat Milk (~+$1) which honestly is kind of overpriced. I distinctly remember this being better, though. ☕️
The taste of coffee is unique for sure, and my choice of oat milk further underscoring that, but this was not worth 9 bucks 😫

Ig @goodfomood

7 Jul’19, Sun⛅️⁣
📍% Arabica Singapore (Arab Street)⁣
- Cafe Latte☕️⁣

Queued under the scorching sun, no joke eh~🥵⁣
So so so crowded pls...😱⁣

The coffee is good (medium bodied, a little chocolate nutty finish) but but...find it a little pricey...😔

Damage: $8

Smooth and milky with a warm nutty tone - just the way we like it. The queue was long and the shop was crowded, but the coffee was good I must say. Definitely on the pricey side for a cup of latte.

Bit on the pricey side, but the smooth, quality taste makes up for it. Got a classic iced latte with oat milk (the best). Super satisfying + the aesthetic makes it.

If high-quality milk means a milky flavour so pronounced that it overwhelms and masks the matcha flavour, I don’t want it. 😭 This was exactly the case with this Iced Matcha Latte - there was no significant difference in quality as compared to other matcha lattes I’ve had in the past.

Which made me question - what was I paying close to $10 a cup for? There was really no marked smoothness in the texture of the milk or in the whisked matcha mixture. Plus, there was not even a modicum of an element of complexity in the flavour. And with little to no sweetener, this was truthfully and regrettably - an unpleasant and unreasonably-priced drink.

It was merely its minimalist visuals and branding that give it the ‘pull’ appeal. Otherwise, subsequent visits are out of the question. 😐