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Penny University

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Penny University is an artisanal cafe born out of a love of coffee discovered in London. We source our beans from local roasters, serve specialist cakes and bread freshly baked daily in the area, support and collaborate with local bakers and aim to be a haven for people of the East Coast and beyond. *Muslim-owned

402 East Coast Road
Singapore 428997

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08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 10:30pm

08:30am - 10:30pm

08:30am - 07:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

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Wanted a simple breakfast so this was it. Wish the eggs were tastier.

Came here for quality coffee!
Cold brew ($7)
Long black ($4.5)

Even though they serve us a cup of ice but cold brew taste the best when drink it directly from the bottle, otherwise, it will be too diluted 🤔

Sunny side up, baked beans, rosemary chicken sausage, turkey bacon, salad. It’s a decent meal, although I would have loved it if there were more mushrooms and salad. The fried egg was slightly overcooked as I could taste some burnt bits. Do check out their Muddy Espresso ($5.50) as it’s pretty good.

First thoughts, the kitchen sure knows how to cook. Perfect sunny side up and perfectly seared beef compliemented by a surprisingly garlic butter

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Fluffy french toast with fruits, try it if you’re a sweet tooth person

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Crabcake was densely packed with crab meat and well complemented with the curry mayo. Overall quite enjoyable though we would have love a poached egg to add some creaminess.
However, the big miss had to be their Pistachio Watermelon cake, kinda like a Blackstar rendition gone wrong. First, we were served the piece from their display piece which came looking awful and cream already liquified on the plate. When asked to replace, the second piece from the fridge didn’t look fresh and in a state to be served. Colours of the toppings that should look vibrant were dull and looked stale. The cake itself was not any better.
Having wasted the penny on it; we decided not to waste our calorie after a few bites. Perhaps they should reconsider what they choose to serve to ensure quality, and how they wanna store them to ensure freshness upon serving. After all, it’s about the substance beneath its form when it comes to food right?