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475 Joo Chiat Road
Singapore 427682

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09:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm


08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

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You might balk at the price tag(I certainly did), but if you fancy your coffeeshop breakfast in a nice café environment along with great coffee, then look no further than Homeground’s excellent rendition of kaya toast and eggs.

The kaya is lush and creamy, redolent with pandan, and excellent spread on the crunchy, airy toast, that's best eaten dunked into the bowl of perfectly sous vide eggs for that winning combination of sweet, salty and savoury.

Taste: 3.5/5


Hokkaido Milk Toast, Homemade Kaya, French Butter, 63 Degree Sous Vide Egg. From Homeground Coffee Roasters along Joo Chiat Road; the space had recently been revamped to include more dine-in seats, proper dining tables, as well as with a more rustic look as compared to the minimalist design of the past.

Offering an entirely new line-up for its menu, the Level Up Kaya Toast is no doubt satisfying — presented in a style fit for a third wave coffee movement coffeehouse, it comes served in a platter which allows patrons to spread the kaya and butter on their own. The Hokkaido Milk Toast comes light, fluffy and slightly crusted on the exterior; the homemade Kaya carrying a hint of Pandan fragrance and a tinge of sweetness; not overly so however, while the butter adds a saltish touch to the bread and kaya for a flavour contrast. Paired with a sous-vide egg on the side, the egg comes all wobbly, jiggly and runny; just like the ones that usually comes served with your standard Kaya Toast at local coffeeshops. A great choice for something familiar and comforting in a different environment.

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Weekend coffee pitstops at Homeground just got better after their recent renovation, now sporting proper tables and chairs which makes it really conducive for dining in.

It’s a toss up between this and Brawn & Brains for favourite coffee in the hood, but both definitely make quality brews.

Taste: 3.5/5


Not my usual cup of tea, but this dragon fruit and banana smoothie bowl impressed me with the vibrant sweetness of the fruits and crunch of the crisp, nutty, housemade granola. I also loved the refreshing frozen blueberries and coconut shavings. Maximum flavour, minimum guilt.

Taste: 3.5/5


Tried the Brazilian filter coffee and it was great. Place is not big with limited seats.

coffee was a little too acidic for my liking but still good . atmosphere and vibes were nice and chill .