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It’s A Brew-tiful Day

It’s A Brew-tiful Day

Keep calm and coffee on. For the coffee addicts that can’t live without a cup a day. Thanks a latte! 😆
Sherlyn Chan
Sherlyn Chan
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$5

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Kaya butter toast set. Choice of a drink, with a pair of soft boiled eggs. Best. Coffee. Ever.

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$4.80

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Nicely blended cappuccino

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$6.50

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Coffees over here are quite pricey and idk what is the hype lol. Their creme brûlée latte is not bad but not fantastic and the normal flat white is well...normal.

$1.10 (L)

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They serve nice traditional coffee and affordable breakfast sets. Heard that the boss made his own kaya since the start of his business 10 over years ago.

Other than local traditional drinks, they do serve “modern” drinks like the latte series, which includes coffee latte, tea latte and Chocolate latte.

Latte in Italian actually means milk.

As opposed to our culture of generalising latte as café latte, which means “milk coffee” in direct translation to eng.

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$5.50

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Hot cappuccino from Toby’s estate over at the Fat Chap’s.

Nicely grounded coffee. Great for coffee lovers, which are also foodies.

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$5.50 each for their Capp and latte

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Nothing special about the roast. Latte was too milky for my liking. I like my coffee a little bit less milky. But their cappuccino was good as compared to their latte.

If you are a white coffee kinda person, head for their Capp. No chance.

Service staff were great and friendly. They even serve “welcome” drinks! Kinda like a chilled sparkling pomelo drink with real pomelo bits. It’s like a champagne for children hahaha. Kids-friendly. Def worth a try.

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$5.61
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The price tag is as anal as the service and this blue bell shit tastes as crappy as their service too.

Apparently, it’s made out of butterfly pea (it’s a flower that gives it a natural blue colouring. Yes, it’s safe) with coconut milk. This one is def don’t judge a book by its cover. LOL

Just stick with their bakery and pastry stuff.
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This obv didn’t make my day brew-tiful.

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$6.50
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Perfect froth milk foamed with double shot espresso.

Smooth.

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$5
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Turkish coffee.

It’s like espresso but their version.

It is as mini as portrayed in the picture 🙈
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~$7
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(R) is for Regular
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They have a choice for iced as well if you are interested. Coffee blend is smooth and not too sweet.
Personally I find it to be a little bland. Maybe the iced would be better? Idk.
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I ever tried sweet potato latte somewhere else before and it holds up better than this even though I can’t say it’s the best...
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I would go back again just to try their Iced version. Of you’ve ever tried the iced before, let me know!

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Iced Vietnamese coffee with condensed milk prices at $4.50

It’s actually drip coffee with milk. Not too bad a choice.

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Coffee addict

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