505 Beach Road
Golden Mile Food Centre
Singapore 199583

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Tucked in the basement of Golden Mile Food centre - A freshly brewed cupppa coffee with traditional Robusta beans kopi powder but with a twist, using an European Espresso Machine.

The brew: Creamier and silkier than your usual hawker kopi but still packs a punch with it’s roasty aroma. If you prefer a more bitter or acidic brew, this is probably not for you.

A beautiful pairing of East meets West coffee and at $1.90/cup, it’s easy to see how Kopi More has managed to capture both the hearts of the young and old in the heartlands. Worth a shot after lunch if the queue is not too long.

Robust coffee flavour and very interesting to see western coffee served in Kopi style .

A bit of the east and west.

Good coffee ☕️ and very value for money at 1.90.

Best for a weather like this ☔️.

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At Golden Mile Food Center, Lawrence Tan brews your local kopi using an espresso machine. ☕ Each cup of coffee has a smooth nutty flavor that is neither too bitter nor too acidic. Get your kopi at Kopi More.

Finally got a chance to visit and is not regretting it. The beans are grind in the store and the coffee is quite milky and smooth which is quite different from the normal kopi i have. If you prefer something that is bitter probably this is not something that you’re looking for.

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Date visited: 1/5/2018 (Sat, 12:30pm)

A short queue on weekend. Queue is longer on a weekday at lunch hour.

The boss/ barista uses a European espresso machine to brew his coffee (instead of using a coffee sock).

This gives the coffee a creamer texture as well as reduces its acidity.

For freshness, only a small batch of the coffee powder is grounded each time.

The boss doesn't reuse the used coffee grounds, and he uses 2 kinds of milk; condensed milk and evaporated milk, thus, yielding a much better tasting coffee.

From what I read, this stall uses a blend of Indonesia Robusta and Columbian Arabica powder mix, roasted with sugar and margarine to achieve the (rich) Nanyang flavour.

Robusta beans are used in the kopitiams (hawker centers), while the more prized Arabica beans are more commonly used in the hipster coffee joints for their espressos.

Easier to cultivate, Robusta beans are significantly lower in costs. It also has higher caffeine, but also tastes harsher and stronger.

At $1.90 for a cup of cafe-quality coffee, it is definitely not overpriced. The kopi is aromatic, and tastes rich.

Makes traditional Nanyang coffee using an espresso machine!

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/kopi-more/