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277 Orchard Road
#01-09/09A orchardgateway
Singapore 238858

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One of the best places to satisfy your k dessert or drink cravings in town with your family and friends, not just because of the taste, but also because Coffeesmith is open 24 hours.

Coffeesmith is a casual joint on the first floor of Orchard Gateway. This outlet has a pretty good and spacious layout. Apart from the drinks (I love their sweet potato latte), one thing we have ordered from the menu multiple times is this Choco Brownie Bingsu. Coffeesmith’s bingsu comes with finely shaved ice that isn’t bland at all. It melts in your mouth, not in the bowl. While the bingsu flavours aren’t super unique, they’re solid offerings. I do enjoy the brownies very much as they’ve got a dense, fudgey and super chocolatey flavour. The cocoa powder (maybe milo) is just sweet enough without being too overwhelming. There’s also a layer of cocoa powder right before you hit the bottom of the shaved ice stack, so it’s like spelunking and finding hidden gold. 🤣

Liked that the coffee wasn’t too bitter but there was a certain acidity to it. Nonetheless, good cup of coffee because I wouldn’t expect too much from Korean cafes like this.

Pretty much a ham and cheese sandwich but it was topped with a good amount of melted mozzarella cheese 🧀🤤. It comes in a set for $11.90 but take note that you have to top up $2 to change your drink!

Forgot to tell the crew not to add whipped cream soooooo… oh wells, at least this is perfect for the gram! 😍😍😍
I guess for frappés (or frappuccino as some may coin it), Coffee, Chocolate, Caramel, Oreo and even Green Tea are usually flavours that you can find at other major coffee chains. Hence, this Yoghurt flavour really caught my eye at @coffeesmith_singapore! 💯
Got my hands on this cup of Iced Yoghurt Frappé ($8.50 for regular, $9 for large) as I was looking for an icy cold treat ❄ to combat the heat from the sweltering weather. 🌞🌞🌞 My first impression - wow this is so SNOWY WHITE!
I’ve always loved munching on those yoghurt-coated nuts (almonds & cashews) from Korea, & enjoy my Yakult Ace Light occasionally. Needless to say, I enjoyed this cup a lot! 😋😋😋
Featuring a slushie of yoghurt drink blended with ice, the slightly tangy flavours really perks you up without leaving a sugary sweetness in your mouth. 💕 To me, it was smooth on the palate & is a worthy try if you’re looking for a drink without caffeine! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

Good morning! 🌞🌞🌞 Do you fancy a cup of iced MOCHA? ☕🍫 I would say that @coffeesmith_singapore’s rendition ($8.50 for regular, $9 for large) would be a delight for coffee lovers! ✌🏻
It is obvious that they take pride in their cuppas, brewed using a blend of 5kinds of Arabica coffee beans that are roasted & ground in-house in small batches.👍🏻 The end result is a cup of smooth & aromatic coffee that is not too acidic, & shines in its own light! 💕
It is fair to say that this is the mocha that has the most INTENSE coffee that i've had! 💯 Other renditions tend to be overly sweet from the addition of chocolate syrup, which somewhat masks the coffee flavours. This one is different! 😉
There was only a hint of chocolate 🍫 but not too distinct (im guessing they used cocoa powder instead of choc syrup!) This yields a homogeneous cup of fragrant coffee that is not too milky nor sweet! 😍😍😍 Bound to perk you up!
I certainly had a good time sipping away! 😋 But it sure comes with a heftier price tag! Maybe cuz Coffeesmith is open 24 hours so u can get your caffeine fix anytime! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 They even have a wall where the crew changes decor everyday based on Kpop stars' birthdays!! HOW COOL IS THAT! 😎

Coffee joints that are open 24 hours daily has earned their popularity in Singapore, I’m sure. And their Bailey’s Coffee Cocktail was quite interesting because our usual coffee houses would not offer a touch of alcohol in their beverages.

And so, for S$13.90, this was what I would call an amateurish coffee cocktail, with that nice mix of coffee and Bailey’s. Though I would have preferred a more pronounced taste of chocolate or some chocolate shavings on top instead of cocoa powder, this one here had perked me up a little on a slouchy Monday afternoon.

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