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Featuring Common Man Coffee Roasters , Cake Spade, Oriole Coffee + Bar (Somerset), The Providore (Mandarin Gallery), Tom N Toms Coffee, Artisan Boulangerie Co. (Killiney), Casa Verde, Starbucks (Jurong Point), Costa Coffee ([email protected]), Doutor Coffee
Carrie Carrie
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The coffee set was actually $8.80++, but I upsized the coffee for an extra dollar. Coffee set paired any coffee with any cake or tart. Quite a good bargain, since most of the cakes were abt $6. Today’s Flat White was too strong and extremely bitter. Relatively quiet cafe that was a great place to chill and relax.

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This was part of the coffee set. The cake was chocolatey and not too sweet. Quite a large slice.

One of the best I’ve tried. Good strong coffee taste with no bitterness. I made the mistake of ordering it with food and it was delivered before my mains arrived. I was worried it would grow cold before I finished my meal. But it was still nice and hot. Good coffee.

I just adore earl grey tea and this was super fragrant. Dunno how the blue flowers contribute to the overall taste but this tea was lovely. Came almost boiling hot which was great. The tea turned a dark brown after a while and the aroma intensified. They were happy to refill with hot water after I’ve finished my first round. Can drink don’t waste.

Nice comfy sofa seats. They got a big poster of pulled pork Benedict. 🤤 Definitely coming back for that.

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This cake was a little dry, but there were 2 layers of cream inside, which helped a lot. One was fresh cream, the other was green so I assumed it was pistachio. There was no rose flavor except for the itsy bitsy dried rose thingy sprinkled on the top. A bit sweet, with a light pistachio fragrance.

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A big cup of steaming hot black coffee. Not acidic with strong coffee taste. Nice quiet cafe and comfy sofa seats.

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I’ve always enjoyed the flat white from coffee club, but this cup was exceptionally bitter that night. It was still ok while it was hot, but less palatable as it cooled.

In the mood for cheese. This was soft and rich. Nice cheesy flavor. Lovely texture, like thick mousse. Fresh and yummy.

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This looked most promising among the new cake flavors. The cheese was very creamy and I liked the slight saltiness. Sponge was really soft. The crumble on top was buttery. I liked that most of all.

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Hot and strong black coffee. Not acidic. This place was great for chilling cos it was really quiet on a Sunday afternoon. Not crowded either.

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Got this as part of the coffee set. I loved the tart shell. Complemented the choc very well. Choc was not very sweet. A very enjoyable tart to go with their slightly bitter flat white.

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