328 North Bridge Road
#01-13 Raffles Singapore
Singapore 188719

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Tuesday:
10:00am - 05:30pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 05:30pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 05:30pm

Friday:
10:00am - 05:30pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 05:00pm

Sunday:
09:00am - 05:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 05:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Passed by this and decided to grab dinner here since not crowded on a Tuesday late afternoon. Nice place and focusing on coffee with Singapore blend or taste. I ordered the nasi goreng as per the staff’s recommendation and I loved it! It had long bean in the rice which made it crunchy when eating. Chicken satay was tender and crackers were fresh and crunchy. Was good and flavourful that I ate more than my usual portion. Will visit again.

Featuring the Kopi Shake from Singapore Coffee, their most popular creation that certainly tasted as good as it looked!

It is first pre-blended with both evaporated and condensed milk, then shaken really vigorously before being poured into a cocktail glass, and topped with cocoa powder for the finishing touch. Taste wise, it was creamy, smooth and really aromatic with a rich chocolatey aftertaste!

Really love the decor of this place too with its aesthetic interior! Definitely a nice place to chill at!

Kopi served in a cocktail glass? Now that’s a whole new level of luxury. With a wide range of coffee concoctions that include drip coffee and traditional coffee, I gotta admit that I chose this for its presentation. Created by pre-blending coffee with evaporated and condensed milk, the kopi shake was creamy smooth with a subtle level of acidity, yet a rich aroma. The chocolate shavings was an excellent way to impart a sweet finish.

Singapore coffee also serves desserts and other non-coffee beverages.

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I asked for Kopi Siu Siu Dai. They translated it as Kopi with very little sugar. Same thing. This was really good. Their cooked food comes from Raffles hotel kitchen and they specialize in coffee and pastries. This was definitely one of the best coffee I have tasted. Beat my fav Toast Box hands down. But it’s $7... I definitely wanna return to try their pastries.

Beautiful atas cafe with friendly servers. The tables were widely spaced apart but could still get noisy when full house. Come early on weekends to grab a table. They are opening another branch in Sentosa soon. They don’t accept Love Dining card cos they are not part of Raffles Hotel but right now they offer discount to hotel guests.

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This one came from Raffles Hotel kitchen. The stock used was flavorful. Chili was not spicy but quite tasty. A lot of sotong used. And the tiger prawns were fresh. But I could get better for 1/6 the price. Still, I was satisfied, bcos I like to eat atmosphere too. And this cafe was really nice.

This one came from Raffles hotel kitchen. The gravy was thin and watery. Quite bland, as if too much water was added to the spice paste. Lukewarm, which really annoyed me. I feedback to the server when I was paying my bill. He was friendly and offered profuse apologies. I smiled and left, but somehow I didn’t feel better, prob bcos I just paid $25++ for lukewarm watery Laksa.

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