One Man Coffee (Upper Thomson)

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One Man Coffee is a specialty coffee concept that focuses on the art of the espresso.

215R Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574349

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09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

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I didn’t enjoy OMC’s espresso-based coffee the last time, as it was overwhelmed by milk. Went for the cold brew ($6) this time round - there isn’t much information of where the beans are from, but this glass packed a punch! It had a strong bold flavour, fruity without being too acidic. Wouldn’t hesitate to order this again!

The All-In Brekkie ($19) features an assortment of ingredients! I particularly enjoyed the scrambled eggs, which were fluffy and perfectly seasoned. The chorizo was good too, with hints of smoky spiciness! Otherwise, I felt that the portion didn’t really justify the price. It’s still great value, especially with burpple beyond’s weekday set!

📍One Man Coffee, Upper Thomson📍
💸All-in Brekkie : $9.50 (before burpple 1-1: $19)
💸Mocha: $6
Already dreading Monday again.. If only we could start everyday off with some brunch💆‍♀️💭One Man Coffee isn’t exactly a new cafe but we were excited to check them out and what’s more there’s burpple 1-1!!! 🥳The cafe space was really tight and crowded. We got the all-in brekkie and the food was generally okay and filling- though we weren’t really like it enough to pay the full price for this🙂 Their mocha was quite smooth but really thick and chocolately.

This is totally not worth it. The portion is small & ive tried better at bread yard where they serve this + eggs your style at the same price. Not recommended. Plus, the auntie at this cafe had a terrible attitude.

You deserve better food. Try elsewhere.

A reasonable portion for $15. A hearty tomato stew filled with vegetables, garbanzo beans and chunks of chorizo with two eggs poached in it, and topped with some crushed wasabi peas. Its served with a few triangles of toasted sourdough.

It was served piping hot and the eggs were just set. The yolk was soft and just solid enough to spread like jam over the toast. And the sauce was tangy and the sausage was really delicious, with the garbanzo beans adding a nice texture to the sauce. The sourdough soaked up all that delicious flavor and paired beautifully with the eggs.

The final touch was the wasabi peas which added just that kick of spiciness and flavor. It's just really comforting and hot and delicious.


The French Toast ($15) consists of a thick chunk of toasted fluffy brioche with walnuts, blueberries, strawberries and caramelized banana as well as an artful smear of salted caramel sauce.

I found it a tad too dry for my liking. The French Toast I am familiar with is usually very moist and soaked with egg and milk before being fried and it was evident this was not. Plus it was toasted in a way that drew out even more of the moisture, making it even drier. Perhaps the addition of ice cream would have helped (the option is available at $4). The salted caramel sauce has a burnt toffee flavor I can't quite place. It was an interesting compliment to the toast. I also really liked the caramelized banana.

But still, really liked the nice ambience and the good service. The soft sunlight and the wood finishings give it such a rustic, welcoming charm.