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173 Thomson Road
Goldhill Centre
Singapore 307623

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08:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 10:30pm

08:30am - 10:30pm

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I wanted something really refreshing and high volume before working out so I got this salad bowl ($17) from Craftsmen Specialty Coffee.

The salad was a generous helping of mesclun greens and pea sprouts. The toppings of fresh pomegranate and mandarin orange slices added a fruity sweetness to the salad. There was also beetroot slices and roasted mushroom in the salad, adding to the texture and color in what would otherwise be a very boring salad. The crowning glory was the feta cheese along with the drizzle of balsamic vinaigrette on top. It was the first time I had feta and I was totally blown away by the way its creamy and salty flavor elevated the salad with the vinaigrette. My dining partner had ordered extra feta ($5), it was so good to sprinkle some of that additional feta on top of my salad. Thank you Craftsmen for showing how a non-boring salad should be done.

We also had an additional order of cheesy scrambled egg ($5) and there was actually a cheese pull when I yanked out a portion of the creamy scrambled eggs. Buttery, bright yellow, cheesy, rich scrambled eggs are absolute perfection. :) worth every dollar!

I also had a Regular iced Cold Brew ($6) and while I was quite disappointed by its 8oz size, it was pretty flavorful. Not the best cold brew out there, but still very satisfactory. A really lovely lunch/brunch place I would love to continue to patronize.



Tried their roasted almond and butterscotch latte. Not too bad but a bit sweet. Perhaps an extra shot will be better.

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@craftsmenspecialtycoffee is still one of our places to go over many years, for their coffee and food of cos.
We enjoy their brunch items with a range of options to go with those egg and bacon combination. Put the maple syrup aside, b’cos their savoury waffles went really well with scrambled egg, bacon and diced tomato. For sandwiches, their 3-Tier brioche with a slight spiciness in the creamy hollandaise has always been one of our favourite items.
Their croissants were also a tasty range, on their own or with your usual breakfast combinations. A note to share that their portions were rather big, great for big appetites or just ready for a really hearty meal.

Coffee was pretty good, and a nice place tucked at the corner good to chill! A little on the pricey side, but a nice coffee treat once in a while is good for the soul

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This is another hearty and beautiful dish by Craftsmen. Once again, everything is generous, generous and generous. The brioche is thick, the smashed avo is satisfyingly creamy, the smoked salmon ain't a pathetic 2-slice, and everything is drenched in their signature sauce that I love most about this dish - it's tangy with mild kicks of spice, which works great for providing a flavour boost.


When you can't decide on what to get from their extensive menu (it's worse when everything sounds delicious), the Craftsmen Full Veggie Breakfast sans processed meat is your best bet. With 2 eggs of choice on toast, sauteed mushrooms, grilled halloumi (argh so good), baked beans, tomato salsa, smashed avocado (oh they're generous with it) and salad in balsamic olive dressing, this dish is bound to fill you up and leave you belly happy.

This is $22 or $24 if I'm not wrong, but it's gonna be worth your money.