All Sorts of Drinks

All Sorts of Drinks

Feeling thirsty? Head over to any of the shop in this list for some drinks.
Khaw Han Chung
Khaw Han Chung

Many would come here for their coffee, but why not give the hot chocolate a try as well?

Their hot chocolate drink is using single origin chocolates by Monsieur Truffle Melbourne.

For their Uganda 80% ($7.50++) was a rich, redcurrants with some almonds taste of hot chocolate.

Passing by Ann Siang Hill for so many times, I always attracted by their colourful neon light signage on the street.

Finally this time I manage to grab my friends to try on their pizza.

As a pizza place, they also have a extensive range of beer and wine, including their house pour draft beer for $12++. Fresh and light, match well with their pizzas.

For a quick energy smoothie beside Boost at Great World”, Coocaca also have some healthy smoothies.

The Havana comes with the mix of strawberry, banana, yogurt and orange juice. $6.90

Came across this drink stall recently for their cause of helping the refugees.

It was definitely a good initiative and do support them on this.

Gotten myself a cup of iced matcha latte and I truly love it. Strong in the taste and they actually use the first flush tencha from Nishio, Japan. $4.50

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Who say you can’t find a proper cafe in a hawker centre? This one is definitely a place for you to try on.

They actually use machine for the coffee roaster, but still offering a much affordable and traditional coffee.

I have seen a few uncles getting their usual coffee from this stall. For $2, you could grab a iced coffee here.

Recently I just know about this place that was also originated from Taiwan, focusing on their fruits blended drinks.

Button’s colour was stand up among the rest for me. It was a mixed of Banana, Honey, Raspberry, Pineapple, Orange & Sparkling Water. Giving a very refreshing taste actually with some nut bites which I couldn’t identify.

Is been a long time since my last visit to their first outlet at Wisma Atria. This time I got the chance to visit Serangoon and dropped by Nex to visit their second outlet here.

I gotten their coconut shake which was very milky and strong taste of coconut. Sadly I wish there’s some coconut meat, which could have it better.

Happy to see Milksha opening one in the north side. There’s no seats here but a big table at the store.

For a refreshing drink of course should go for this recommended drink. $5 for large size.

There’s new bubble tea shop here along Arab Street called Milk (I couldn’t add the venue and it keep referring to No Milk here on Burpple).

I must say they are brave enough to open a bubble tea shop just right beside Machi Machi.

But what made them special is that they are Singapore’s first Muslim owned bubble tea shop, serving much local twist drinks like this one.

You need to shake your drink before drinking. My first slip got the strong pandan chiffon taste but it get lighter as you drink. The pearl given also seems little, wasn’t much as expected. $6.80

Before coming to this restaurant even for early morning brunch in the weekend, please make sure all of your guests already arrived. Because they only allow you in a nice everyone present. I see lots of people was waiting outside because of this.

For their matcha, I love the thick flavour of it but still hope it could get more warmer. It also comes with a small bite of biscuit.

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% Arabica finally opened their 4th outlet here in Jewel Changi Airport, offering their drink to the travellers (or at least Singapore residents for now).

Surrounded with lots of green plants, a definitely great place to stop by and chill with their drink.

The Spanish Latte is their signature espresso-based drink textured with normal milk and condensed milk. $9

You also can request for using oat or soy milk instead for additional $1.

Since their first open in Orchard Gateway, they have expanded their outlets to more places; including their latest outlet at Canberra Plaza.

This outlet is much spacious with seats available, so you could enjoy their drinks there.

For a more traditional and refreshing drink, you can go for their Multi-floral Honey Mountain Tea.

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