Hoshino Coffee (Plaza Singapura)

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Hoshino Coffee originally from Japan, is a Japanese-Western fusion style of cafe- restaurant. We specialize in hand-dripped coffee with only premium Arabica roasted coffee beans selected by our own coffee blend specialist. In Japan, there are currently 200 outlets. Singapore is the first country outside of Japan where Hoshino Coffee has established an overseas presence.

68 Orchard Road
#03-84 Plaza Singapura
Singapore 238839

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:00am

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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Perhaps one of their signature mains is the Hoshino Spaghetti ($14.50), a fusion of Japanese pasta that has eggplant, bacon, Shimeji mushroom and sausage in it. This is nothing mind-blowing but comfort food on a plate, something that I will order again for a simple and fuss-free meal at Hoshino. Another one of their newer dishes is the beef steak with carbonara which is a great option if you want something creamy and meaty. Round off your meal with their pot-baked souffle that is almost cloud-like texture due to the combination of beaten egg whites with the smooth and rich custard.
✨ Hoshino Coffee
📍 78 Airport Boulevard, Jewel Changi Airport, Unit B1-260, Singapore 819666
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Carbonara ($16.80)

Some people only like their carbonara without cream, and some people like their carbonara watery. I like both styles, as long as the sauce is sufficiently thick! |

The carbonara here is quite watery but very satisfying after you mix the onsen egg around and... Dump around 500g of parmesan into the sauce 😂 I do get a craving for it from time to time though... |

I know this place is known for its desserts like Japanese pancakes and parfaits, but I like to have a full meal here from time to time. Their desserts are, of course, pretty on point too. | ®️: 7/10

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$8.80 // interesting concept from hoshino coffee’s seasonal menu!! it’s basically a dark chocolate chiffon cake that is sliced open halfway so it’s in the shape of a book, and it’s filled with chantilly cream, nama chocolate and chocolate crunch (which i didn’t get to taste because i dropped it 😕😕). they also give you a small canister of valrohna chocolate sauce to drizzle over the cake. the cake itself was a bit dry but the dark chocolate taste was rich (and not artificial at all), but when eaten together with the other components, it makes for a fairly solid chocolate cake (enough to satisfy your cravings without you feeling unfulfilled).
overall, it was good and worth trying but i still feel that hoshino has other better signature desserts!!

Double soufflé pancake topped with a dollop of cream and maple syrup! Fluffy and so good!

What's for lunch today? ☀️ Hoshino coffee's pasta. Personally, I will never patronise @hoshinocoffeesg unless whoever I'm dining with wants to go because of the long queue, long wait for food and expensive food that lacks quality. 💁‍♀️

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This was ordered off the brunch menu and cost $18 with a drink of choice. I went with the Hoshino Blend of coffee with hot milk and it was AMAZING. I am fussy about my coffee having worked as a barista for two years and this cuppa ticked all the boxes for me. Strong, aromatic, low acidity and the nutty flavor shone through the entire mouthful. I was really impressed as I was not expecting such good coffee despite the cafe's name.

I was impressed by the food as well. The souffle omelette was foamy on the inside yet full of eggy and umami flavor, especially enhanced when eaten with a dash of ketchup. The pancakes weren't of the souffle type but like a thicker, more airy version of the McDonalds hotcake, and I personally love McD's hotcake so no complaints there. I also like how they give an entire full jar of maple syrup to dress my pancakes with. The smoked salmon wasn't overly salty and paired with the simple salad well.

Overall, it was a very pleasant first dining experience at Hoshino Coffee. I would love to come back and try some of their other food like the souffle pancakes and steak. Also to order another cup of that coffee.