Homeground Coffee Roasters

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~$20/pax
Homeground Coffee Roasters is committed to continually providing a widely varying range of coffee to give the everyday coffee drinker a deeper appreciation for the coffee community and industry, and develop the budding interests of home brewers.

13/15 Teo Hong Road
#13 15
Singapore 088328

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Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Friday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Saturday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Sunday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Monday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Tuesday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Coffee is nice and aromatic

For the Grilled Double Cheese ($22), the toast-to-filling ratio was a little off for me as the sourdough was sliced a tad too thick for my liking. However, the hearty sandwich combo was satisfying as the crusty sourdough was grilled to perfection. I enjoyed the fact that there was a substantial amount of mushrooms studded in the melted smoked cheddar, emmental and bechamel. Not too rich or cloying, the cheesy toastie was wonderfully balanced with the spiced tomato relish - moreish, tangy with a slightly herbaceous quality.

I think I found my new favourite cafe as brunch was a blast at Homeground Coffee Roasters~ A hearty meal through and through, the Steak and Asian Fried Eggs ($30), though pricey, was great for sharing. The medium rare seared steak was complemented with fries and a crispy sunny side-up egg dressed with an aromatic mix of chili olive oil, chives and parsley. The beef was pretty succulent and well-seasoned too!

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Vanta 4/5
Single Origin 3/5
Fried Duck Fat Potatoes & Pork Belly 3/5
Cauliflower Popper 4/5
Pourover Kenya 2/5

The Level Up Kaya Toast ($10.50) is an atas version of our local traditional kaya toast and served deconstructed. Their house-made kaya was thick, creamy with a custardy consistency. Subtly sweet and coconutty, it was thoroughly enjoyable when slathered on the crusty milk toasts. The sous vide eggs were aka soft boiled eggs with slightly jammy yolks. It's a little pity that the toasts were crispy throughout without any softness to dip and soak up the eggs.

And rounding off with their signature roasted in-house Vanta blend (50% Brazil, 50% Colombia). The 6oz White ($6) was smooth and with a chocolately, nutty tone.

Coffee is good. Only this French toast&🍓compote is good. Kimchi shakshuka dish was mediocre/lower than average in taste. Limit to one hr even tho we order mains. A bit ridic, when not much crowd and they keep clearing out plates. At one point the waiter just reached out for the plate without asking and my friend is not done yet. Minus points, totally hate when f&b service their customers this way. Should let them enjoy and soak in the food & environment instead of “rushing” customers away.

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