2 Orchard Turn
#01-15/16 ION Orchard
Singapore 238801

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10:00am - 06:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 06:00pm

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(Hosted) Thanks to an invitation from @theategroup, the stopover I did in the “birth continent” of coffee was via a flight of Arabica coffees. My guide was none other than @bachacoffeeofficial’s Training Manager Jules Samson (@jules05_sg). He provided an eye-opening education rich in history and production details of each variant with the benefit of an actual tasting. For eg. geography dictated why the beans, all from Africa, were produced via the “wet” as opposed to “dry” method.
When I sipped on the four types of Arabica beans, it dawned on me that coffee tasting had certain parallels with wine tasting. And by sipping (gulping is not encouraged) them in succession, I could really appreciate their unique characteristics.
My favourites turned out to be the first and the last of that flight. I wouldn’t mind waking up and smelling the “Bantu Secret” each morning as the full-bodied, delicate-in-acidity coffee which comes from the shores of Lake Kivu 1,500 metres above sea level, has notes of honey, brown sugar and dark chocolate notes. And the “Yirgacheffe” would make an ideal nightcap (yes, you read that right) because, surprise surprise, this easy-to-enjoy malty coffee with dry hay and berries in its notes, is decaffeinated!
For someone who tends to order the same few coffees whenever I visit #bachacoffeesg (hello “Three Volcanoes”), it was indeed fun and enlightening to venture out of my comfort zone to explore new aromas and flavours. The next time you are at @bachacoffeeofficial, I encourage you to go for at least two different types of coffee. And maybe slip in something you haven’t had before just for the heck of it. You might surprise yourself with a new favourite 😊

King of all scrambled eggs!!!!! Bread sticks were buttery good as well.

The savoury food at Bacha Coffee isn’t as nice as their sweets. Tbh I found the standard and quality of the food really quite abysmal and sad given the prices and given that we queued 1 and a half hours for this. I really wish Laduree’s cafe had opened here instead as was the original plan. Laduree’s savouries are so much nicer.

Pictured: Barramundi Tagine and French Toast with Smoked Salmon

I found the fish tasted quite bland like airplane food. It was also quite fishy. The veggies felt slightly undercooked and didn’t really have a roasted flavour or anything to it. It was just really meh and I wouldn’t recommend this. The french toast didn’t really taste like french toast and the smoked salmon was rather little and not super fresh. Also wouldn’t recommend this dish either.

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This is the French Toast with Smoked Salmon. It’s really plain and no frills. There was way too much cheese in this sandwich and the smoked salmon was quite little and not the freshest... The salad itself was quite bitter and the dressing felt like it had been sitting on the veg for a while. Wouldn’t recommend this one!

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Finally got a table today at this Moroccan cafe after queuing for 1 and a half hours. Was kind of disappointed at the start when we were seated as the area around the first table we were given smelled like pee :( This was our THIRD attempt to queue for Bacha Coffee btw. They’re always fully booked and the lines are always snaking even in the morning. We started queuing at ten something in the morning and there were like ten groups of people in front of us 🤪

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This Pandan Cheesecake was the highlight of my brunch ✨

It really tastes like a pandan cheesecake, with its super fragrant and strong pandan aroma and an incredibly dense and rich cheesecake.

The dessert came beautifully wrapped in a pandan leaf too!

The best part was probably the light, fresh and crunchy biscuit base which really complemented the soft, creamy cheesecake. This fusion dessert really reminded me of our local kueh actually. There was also a mild pistachio flavour to the cake as well.

In terms of portion size, it may look small but it’s actually so filling which makes it perfect for sharing! I highly recommend ordering this if you’re at Bacha Coffee.

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