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1 Harbourfront Walk
#01-168/169/170 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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07:30am - 12:00am

07:30am - 11:00pm

07:30am - 11:00pm

07:30am - 11:00pm

07:30am - 11:00pm

07:30am - 11:00pm

07:30am - 12:00am

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This chicken pita ($6.90) was really flavorful and good! The tender chicken meat came in a generous portion (the pita was stuffed to the max and every bite had a good amount of chicken) was spicy and peppery, and I appreciate the fact that it is not dry at all. It had a bit of cranberry to add a touch of sweetness. The warm pita bread was soft yet crispy in all the right places and I liked that there was a perfect pita to chicken ratio. :) A filling and protein-filled lunch or snack!

I've paired it here with Starbucks' newest fall drink; pumpkin spice latte (served in a piccolo glass, it looks so adorable). I had it made with coconut milk and its a really bad combination. >< Having it with either soy or dairy milk would be a much better option!


Starbucks' summer season is coming to an end so I had to try this National Day exclusive before it got booted off the menu!! This whimsical take on an ice-cream sandwich ($6.90) has a layer of creamy Oreo filling with a chocolatey biscuit crust in the center, with two layers of colorful sponge cake sandwiching it.

I was surprised at the first bite because the cake felt really light overall, and Starbucks cheesecakes have a way of being very dense and rich. The mouthfeel was amazing; there was the fluffy sponge, the rich cream filling, crunchy wafer and cookies. It was certainly interesting to taste three different textures on a single fork. I also liked that it wasn't too sweet with all the elements balancing each other out perfectly. The fact that this cake combines two classical desserts (cheesecake and ice cream sandwich) in an interesting and aesthetically appealing way was definitely the cherry on the cake. (pun intended :D)


This is a really expensive cup of yogurt ($4.90) But I still really enjoyed it. Honey yogurt is mixed with chia seeds and topped with crunchy oat granola and the secret ingredient; those chocolate chunks in the granola which add that much needed touch of decadence.

I also like the texture of the yogurt; creamy and tangy. Perfect contrast with the toothsome granola and choc chips, which balance the yogurt out with their sweetness taste-wise. Granted, the granola is well sugared to achieve that incredible crunch, but given the delicious result, I'm not going to nitpick about the health factor this time.

Great for a protein boost or morning pick-me-up with black coffee. :D


This item on the breakfast menu always sells out so I had to try it and see what the hype is all about. I snagged the last roll at 10am. It costs $5.90 ala carte but as part of the breakfast set you can get it with brewed coffee for $7.50.

By Starbucks standards this was honestly delicious. The slight spicy kick from the red pepper and the earthiness of the mushrooms balance each other out and the pillowy soft egg whites provide delightful contrast texture-wise. The wrap was stuffed with a generous amount of cheese (there was even a slight cheese pull!!) which added some saltiness to the wrap. The wrap itself is nicely toasted, crispy at the edges and soft, chewy and bread-like in the center.

The only complaint I'd have is that the mushrooms released water that made the wrap a little soggy and sometimes the wrap isn't toasted consistently all the way through.

Nutritionally, this packs a punch with 22g of protein for only 390kcal. Also, its the largest item by weight on the breakfast menu. Not bad, Starbucks. Not bad at all :)


Yet another of Starbucks' $7.90 healthy salad bowls. This one clocks in at roughly 250kcal without dressing.

An assortment of toppings lie snug atop a bed of quinoa. There were roast chicken slices, carrot slices, sundried tomato, zucchini cubes, sweet corn, golden raisins and shimeiji mushrooms. I didn't dress this (I normally minimize the dressing on my salads), but I felt that one of Starbucks' spicier sauces like their spicy miso would be perfect to pair with this bowl.

I liked the addition of the sundried tomato the most as it provided a sweetness to the bowl. The chicken was dry and the slices were literally paper thin but honestly I wasn't really expecting anything else as the bowls are stored in the fridge. Still the quinoa, which made up the largest part of the dish tasted good, so I definitely wouldn't mind getting this again.

I did prefer the prawn couscous bowl though, the addition of cruciferous vegetables like broccoli and cauliflower added much needed crunch to the bowl.


This bowl ($7.90) is one of the healthiest meals on the Starbucks menu, clocking in at 180kcal without dressing. And I surprisingly enjoyed it! :) Sitting on a bed of lightly flavored couscous are three crunchy poached prawns, broccoli, cherry tomato, cauliflower and mushroom slices.

The elements are simple and the entire bowl feels very light and clean, but filling at the same time. The cherry tomatoes are juicy, prawns taste fresh and crunchy and with every bite the couscous adds a rather playful yet complex mouthfeel with its grainy texture. It would go well with any of four dressings Starbucks provides with its salad bowls, but I think roasted sesame would be a good pairing for this bowl ^^

The simplicity of the food means that it pairs well with just about any of Starbucks' drinks, although my personal preference will always be their cold brew :)