34 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089141

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Monday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

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Reviews

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This place is a 3 storey teahouse decorated with the authentic Japanese vibes. Every storey have different theme to this unique store. Prefer the matcha latte for the drinks. Cake is one of the best matcha cake ever, must order 👍🏻

13 Mar’21, Sat🌧
📍Hvala (Keong Saik)
- Genmaicha Petit Gateau
- Yuzu Sorbet (Vegan)
- Hojicha Latte (Default Oat Milk) without sugar

Not new to Hvala but first time to their new outlet located at Keong Saik Road...

The new outlet consists of 3 storeys and we are allocated to the 3rd storey, need to remove our shoes before entering, seated on the tatami...Those who wear short skirt may like to request for other level’s seat with proper chair...

Staff gentle reminded us that, should we spill any items on the tatami, we will need to pay for the cleaning services and if I recall correctly, $80 that is...so we took extra care when dining...

Recommend the genmaicha petit gateau! Sweet but not too sweet, rich creamy genmaicha taste!

It contains a thick layer of genmaicha mousse, then a layer of sponge cake, then right in the middle is the azuki red bean, then another layer of sponge cake...Can only say, this is really effort...=X Can’t get enough of this man, I can finish this on my own easily~

The Yuzu sorbet is decent, refreshing at first, but I don’t quite like the aftertaste, like a little astringent at the end, not sure why but ya, normal normal...

The Goma gelato is better (not in pic), super rich I would say, black sesame lover cannot miss this~

Hojicha latte is nice~ Hojicha is nutty, rich and bitter (cos I asked for no sugar), but I like the way it is, the tea and milk goes very well tgt, the oat milk isn’t overpowering, tea lover will still get to enjoy the hojicha to the last sip...

Cons...the space area is quite small, so it can get pretty noisy when everyone (each table) tries to talk at the same time...and can easily overhear ppl’s conversation too...

Damage: $18.83 (incl. GST), only for items shown on pic above

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Paid 23 for dry cake and horrible drinks.
Please don’t come....

best matcha latte in SG that brings starbucks matcha latte to shame.
we tried the iced hana matcha ($13.80++) and hot yuki matcha ($5.80++)

tbh, i don’t rly taste much difference between the two despite the vast difference in price.
for both, matcha was thick, aromatic and rly smooth. was slightly skeptical abt replacing milk with oat milk. however, boy i was wrong. hvala uses barista edition Oatly oat milk, making the latte extremely creamy! after trying the oat latte once, i was immediately sold and became an oat latte convert. i was so hooked by this combi i needed to have this drink weekly (ordered yuki matcha subsequently).

hvala truly serves the best matcha and it’s the ONLY place i’ll go to for matcha beverages as i know, satisfaction will always be guaranteed.

Fell in love with @hvala_sg ‘s matcha when I first tasted it at @chijmes.sg outlet. Love their Zen ID and vibe; making the tea tasting experience very calm and soothing #moodlifter

For those who are lactose intolerant, good news! The drinks served at the Keong Saik outlet uses Oatmilk by default. Which is a healthier choice for me and vegan friendly too!

The aroma of their matcha is out of the world! Price is a little on the high but totally worth it, for premium ceremonial grade matcha! I wish I could drink this everyday! 🥰

🍵 I love you so matcha
#我爱绿茶拿铁

In traditional tea ceremonies in Japan, premium Matcha powder would be freshly-whisked on order and served in a tea bowl.

And that was what enjoying the ceremonial-grade Hana Matcha (S$10.80) would look like. Unlike the usual Matcha, this one had a subtle umami aftertaste and a creamy texture, suitable for those who might not like prominent bitter notes.

To fully immerse yourself into the zen state of tea, I guess it would be best to get this when the restaurant was least crowded. Despite being a three-storey shophouse, business was definitely booming here during weekends, and all the noise made by loud guests might just not bring you anywhere close to peace.

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