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Tiramisu Of The Voluptuous Mouthfeel ($12++) Made with Rwanda Superior Coffee, the Tiramisu comes in a cup and is very thick and full-bodied in texture. It is not the “wet” kind but firm-ish, extremely creamy and on the heavy side. So it can be filling but you won’t care because you’ll be too busy savouring its heady aroma and scrumptiousness.
Veronica
16h
Orchard Road Has A Brand New Coffee Paradise. H O S T E D On the street level of ION Orchard (#01-15/16) is the newly open @bachacoffeeofficial which happens to be the first international outlet of the Marrakech-born coffee specialist brand. The original Bacha Coffee, built in 1910, is still housed in the Dar el Bacha palace or “House of the Pasha” and if you explore online, you can see how beautiful it is. Naturally, the Singapore venue is nothing but stunning as well. Coffee-lovers will have a field day here as it houses over 200 single origin 100% Arabica coffee beans from farmers in Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Asia and beyond. From fine flavoured and fine blended coffees to naturally C0₂ decaffeinated coffees, there is something for every palate. The company’s focus is on achieving the perfect roast and grind to accentuate each coffee’s unique qualities and complexities, and I had the pleasure of trying three types (each pot costs $9++) beginning with the strongest, a Single Origin from Ethiopia’s Sidamo Mountain. It had a spicy, fragrant aroma, very full body as well as floral and cracked cocoa bean notes. From the fine blended coffee range, I was served the malty-flavoured, nutty-overtoned “Three Volcanoes” that contained Central American and Arabian beans. It was my favourite of the lot. Named “1910 Coffee”, the third was a fine example from the fine flavoured section with its mesmerising fragrance of strawberries and cream. I think it might be the one that can convert the non-coffee drinkers because it’s really lovely, especially with some chantilly cream or milk (these accompany every order of coffee here). To be frank, I wasn’t expecting a lot from the food because at first look, I thought it might be a “style over substance”. How wrong I was! The food menu may not extensive but what I had by Head Chef Jeremy and Pastry Chef Ryo were very good. These are what I recommend: the superbly buttery Croissants ($8++ for 2), the Scrambled Eggs with Truffle and #brioche that’s TO-DIE-FOR ($24++), the Tiramisu with Rwanda Superior Coffee (love its incredibly luxurious mouthfeel) and the Strawberry Soup with vanilla ice-cream, a most delightful and refreshing creation ($12++ per dessert).
Veronica
2d
For Coffee in a Moroccan-Inspired Cafe Seek respite from the heat in this quaint cafe tucked away in ION Orchard, inspired by the architecture in Marrakesh. Opt for the Moka set ($36) that includes a choice of hot or iced coffee, a chicken japaleno sandwich, and a choice of two croissants, two cakes or one pastry. On coffee, Burppler Evan Mua recommends the Sidamo Mountain single origin from Ethiopia ($9 per pot) for an intense depth of flavour with dainty floral notes or the fragrant Royal Pistachio ($9 per pot). Photo by Burppler K T
Burpple
3d
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Minimalist, Well-lit, Relaxing The interior decor here is bare & minimalist; the floor-to-ceiling windows that face the main road (Dunearn Road) let a lot of light in, which makes the space bright & welcoming. It wasn't crowded on a Saturday afternoon when I visited, & a nice chill playlist plays softly in the background while customers chit chat or do work. There is a study area of 8 small tables on one side, & the remaining other tables have "No Studying" signs next to them. Parking is free (though limited) at Sime Darby Centre on weekends - the parking lot is on level 2 right outside Cold Storage. But if you're taking transport, Kong Cafe is right next to King Albert Park MRT. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats only 📶 Free WiFi available 💦 Water is not chargeable 🙋🏻‍♀️ No service charge 🚫 No GST
Emily
5m
Easy Drinking Ordered a Flat White ($5.50 nett small, $6.50 nett large) to go with my brunch; got the large one at a promotional price of $6.00 nett. Pleasantly surprised at how easy this is to drink, yet has that oomph of a double shot of coffee to kick you awake. Would return here again for the coffee, to just spend time chillin' here. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats only 📶 Free WiFi available 💦 Water is not chargeable 🙋🏻‍♀️ No service charge 🚫 No GST
Emily
5m
Tastes Better Than It Looks 😂 Their menu is plastered all over their walls near the cashier, & I took some time to read through them. Eventually, I ordered the Scrambled Eggs on Sourdough Toast, which unfortunately is not available on its own. It's mandatory to order an add-on, which I think is quite a shame because I didn't actually want any of them - Hummus, Sausage, Homemade Chutney, Bacon. I decided on the sausage in the end, making my Scrambled Eggs on Sourdough Toast with Sausage $13.50 nett. This was served very quickly. It honestly doesn't look like much, but it tastes pretty good. The scrambled eggs are creamy & slightly runny, just the way I like them. I just admit that the sausage gives the dish saltiness in good proportion. The sliced sourdough bread was impressively toasted to perfection! Crust not too hard (still easy to bite into), & the soft part of the bread pillowy & fluffy. I do hope they consider putting just Scrambled Eggs on Sourdough Toast on its own on the menu. I'd frequent this place more often if they did. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats only 📶 Free WiFi available 💦 Water is not chargeable 🙋🏻‍♀️ No service charge 🚫 No GST
Emily
6m
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traditional Kopi And Toasts tucked In An Industrial Area Prices are affordable ($6.80 for curry chicken set with coffee). Kaya tasted different from other places worth a try. Would recommend to add your own preferred amount of chili as the curry chicken is kinda non spicy. Prepare for no air condition but it’s windy and spacious even though it’s not a big area
Shirm
6w
Kaya Toast From the new Banchong Cafe; a pretty, open-air cafe situated at Vanguard Campus just a short distance away from Lavender MRT Station and Bendemeer MRT Station that carries the namesake of the former building and company that stands here (i.e. Banchong Industries Co. (Pte.) Ltd.). Serving up local cuisine just like Toast Box/Killiney Kopitiam/Fun Toast, the difference with Banchong Cafe would be its sleek aesthetics and minimalistic style — a very different environment that is great to spend the afternoon away. Really liked the Kaya Toast here; the Kaya (dubbed Chef GK's Kaya) being made fresh in-house on a daily basis was certainly delicious with its mellow sweetness and evident fragrance of pandan — pretty light yet aromatic as compared to commercially-made kaya that other joints use. Pair that with a huge slab of butter, and the combination is just comfort food at its best, sandwiched between two crisp slices of brown toast. A pity how Banchong Cafe is only opened on weekdays from 8am to 4pm; this is really one of the better Kaya Toast I have had thus far despite the many I had tried — one that I don't mind making that special trip for just to satisfy those cravings!
Xing Wei
12w
For Affordable, Hipster Kopi and Toast File this away for breakfast or tea time meetings in Lavender. Think an open concept, with high ceilings and white furnishings with black and brass accents — but serving super affordable local dishes and kopi. Go for the Curry Chicken & Prata Set with Kopi ($6.80) or get their French Loaf with handmade Kaya and Butter Set ($4.50) that comes with a drink and soft boiled eggs. All toast sets come in a generous portion — you might want to share. The kopi is priced affordably from $1.40, for a relaxing cafe experience that won't break the bank! Photo by Burppler Dixon Chan
Burpple
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Worth The Price Tag? We went to Fong Sheng Hao with moderated expectations after reading other burpplers’ reviews. Ordered the pork, egg, cheese toast set with their signature milk tea ($9.60) and the Taiwan special pork patty set with a local kopi ($7.30). The toasts while tasty, were not that special. Drinks were average too. Our verdict: it’s pricey for the quality and quantity you get. There are other comparable options for kopi and snacks at more competitive prices.
Eat.Drink.Travel
1w
Floss & Egg Set ($7.5) Taiwan's cafe which is famours for its charcoal grilled breakfast toast opened 1st outlet in Singapore! The best idea to avoid to queue is to have "breakfast" at 3pm. Not a big fan for pork so I came to the choice of floss. It's an amazing creation to mix savoury floss with sweet condensed milk, which gives me the balance on the palate and surprising fulfillment in my mind! They sell the toast itself as well (only the top slice) at the price of 3.9sgd per pack. U can also give it a try while queueing. Will come back for more!
Regina
2w
Taiwan Special Pork Patty Sandwich + Local Hot Tea Set ($7.80) Tried the signature Taiwan Special Pork Patty Sandwich. We got the hot local tea so our set cost less than what it would be if you order the Taiwanese tea which is only available cold. The pork patty which is supposedly made fresh in-house, tastes like a cross between a Taiwanese sausage and luncheon meat - a little sweet, a little springy. It is stacked with a soft egg omelette, cheese between toasted slices of white bread. Not cheap for what it is but quite tasty.
Veronica
2w
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