716 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6
Singapore 560716

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09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

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first time ever trying dirty matcha and i didn’t expect myself to love the espresso + matcha combi this much! matcha could be slightly stronger to counterbalance the robust espresso but this is still a really solid cup that i’d return for ☕️🍃

the raisin swirl was a letdown though. buttery but lacking in flakiness and crispiness despite being heated up. pastries aren’t their strong suit but get their coffee, which is where they truly shine!

Was there previously for their flat white and this time round, we got their iced latte and dirty matcha, which is a great beverage to cool down under the sweltering heat.
✨ Brew & Co.
📍 716 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6, Unit 01-4030, Singapore 560716
🍴 [Self Funded]

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Just a short walk👣 from @amk_hub, @brewandco.sg is a new spot for you to get your daily shot of caffeine, as well as some pastries🥐🥯🧁 to complement the drinks. Swipe left👈 to see their menu.

👉White (Iced) - SGD5.50
👉Orange Espresso - SGD6

Using a 3-beans-blend (Brazil, Guatemala, Colombian) that’s roasted locally, I really like😍 their White but sadly, not so much their Orange Espresso. Perhaps the orange🍊 juice they used was too sour🥲?

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Brew & Co
716 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6 01-4030, S560716

Saw this pop up on Burpple and got a chance to pick this up after lunch last week.

So glad to have somewhere in the neighborhood that does a great Dirty Matcha! Thoroughly enjoyed this - the matcha was smooth and not too bitter, and was well balanced with the milk and coffee. The barista really knows her stuff 👍

Dirty Matcha decently priced at $6. Matcha was not overpowering and was still able to taste the coffee. Staff was friendly to remind to stir the drink before consuming. Will be back to try their other coffee.

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Pretty stoked that there is a new spot for specialty coffee around Ang Mo Kio Central — a rather accessible spot for most given how most other cafes within Ang Mo Kio are well hidden within the neighbourhoods (i.e. AMPM Cafe, The Workbench Bistro etc.). Being a hole-in-the-wall cafe, Brew & Co seems to be a spot catered more towards the takeaway crowds with just a single bench seat in the store itself, and another bench and a two-seater table situated outside. Brew & Co mainly specialises in specialty coffee, so expect the usuals such as Espresso, White, Black & Mocha, as well as specials such as the Dirty Matcha and Orange Espresso alongside other beverages such as tea and chocolate. Pastries available includes croissants, scones, and bagels — just to name a few.

The Raisin Scone comes across as a pretty decent light bite for breakfast, especially after being heated up before being passed to the patron — the scone comes crusty on the outside with plenty of nibs of raisins to chew on; the scone also being sufficiently soft and not particularly dry, served with a pack of Smucker’s Strawberry Sauce that helps to give the scone a bit more moisture and a slight tang. The Orange Espresso is everything that I would have expected — the version here comes with punchy espresso with an earthy body, yet the infusion of orange here gives it a brighter flavour that also gives it a clean finish.

Given the way that Brew & Co is set up, it does work well as a convenient spot for residents around the area to pick up their cuppa before heading to the bus interchange or MRT station to make their commute. Otherwise, it’s a spot that works fine for a leisurely cuppa in the morning especially with the outside seating, which is well-sheltered being within the HDB block itself. With quality cuppa and comforting light bites, Brew & Co is a spot that Ang Mo Kio residents will be glad to have in their neighbourhood, and also somewhere cafe-goers who are into coffee should certainly visit.