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26 Tai Seng Street
#01-02 Chef Avenue
Singapore 534057

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08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

08:00am - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Didn't find the coffee good at all. But found myself wanting another cup of better coffee from Another shop after I'm done with this.

Coffee is so so, the flavour is not robust. Service was as though you owe them money. A little on the pricey side.

No ambiance as within a food court.

A surprise to find a hipster coffee place in a food court known for an award-winning latte made with a double shot of ristretto. Didn't have the time to enjoy and admire the latte art at the counter but it was a great blend of beans done right. Unlike its name, it was smooth, milky and just enough roast with a nutty flavour to it. Definitely a signature drink to go for on your first visit!


Satan coffee that tasted smooth and delish. Ratio of milk-caffeine was wonderfully right for a latte-lover.

Cool cups and dainty foam art aside, their Ficardie sure is a gr8 cuppa.
Its taste profile is mainly that of a sweet fruitiness, mixed with roasted bitterness, and finished with a slight tingle of acidity. The blend is one that's milky with good mouth feel, such that it just sensually caresses your tongue.


Hailing from Chiang Mai, this hidden gem nestled within Chef's Avenue food court deserves attention for more than just the award-winning latte art. Most are here for the Satan's Latte ($5), a milkier version that allows for more intricate latte art. But if you like your coffee strong, go for the Ficardie ($4.50) that resembles magic-like potency with double ristrettos. There are only four counter seats, so have your tumblers ready for takeaways.
Photo by Burppler Yong Kai

Living up to its name. Rarely is iced Latte so gao and shiok.

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