10 Paya Lebar Road
#01-14 PLQ Mall
Singapore 409057

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Wednesday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Monday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 11:00pm

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Reviews

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Do expect to wait, as it’s full house most of the time. Serves both normal and reserve menu. It’s a good working spot, to enjoy me-time.

Finally, a new Christmas drink by Starbucks, and a good one as well!

The Jolly Baked Apple Frappuccino (S$9.90 for Venti-sized beverage) was the new addition to Starbucks’ classic Christmas beverages. What was awesome about this (especially the Frappuccino version) was that it came with the baked apple sauce that had lots of real apple bits inside. Although some extra stirring was necessary to mix the sauce well with the coffee, the sweetness of the baked apple sauce gave a nice festive feel, as though this was some sort of a Thanksgiving dessert drink.

The best part: if you are not in the mood for coffee, you could also order the caffeine-free variant. Just ask for Jolly Baked Apple Cream Frappuccino.

Autumn beverages had arrived at Starbucks and one of their newest items on the menu was the Pumpkin Spice Cream Cold Brew (S$7.80 for Grande size). The familiar sweetness from the pumpkin spice syrup was pretty distinct, and definitely added some contrast to the cold brew beneath, but the spice notes could have been more prominent in this case. Guess the natural bitterness from the coffee had overpowered the spice flavours somehow.

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with mocha syrup, white mocha syrup and sweet cream

(Voucher redemption: Free Drink Reward)

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Holiday Fresh Vanilla Latte (T) - $7.60
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Vanilla latte is simple & well liked, a easy pick for all this Christmas
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Headed over to Starbucks Reserve after having dinner at Fong Sheng Hao. We were originally looking for desserts at East of Eden but the service was pretty shitty and apparently their coffee machine was already closed for service at 9pm so only ice cream was available. While I didn’t exactly want coffee, I made it a point not to buy from them because of the poor service. Also, there’s a Starbucks Reserve literally a short walk away where I can get BOTH ice cream and coffee so why EoE?!

This was my virgin Starbucks Reserve experience. I’d walked around Reserve stalls many times to soak up the ambience and atas feelz but this was the first time I’d actually sat down and ordered something off the Reserve menu. They’ve got nitro cold brew on tap, as well as their own cold brew and vanilla ice creams. So to get the best of both worlds, I went with the nitro cold brew float. The barista dispensed the foamy nitro cold brew into the tall glass and topped it off with a scoop of vanilla ice cream - coffee AND dessert in a cup.

This is a less intense version of an affogato (which Reserve also serves), as the cold brew doesn’t have such a bitter hit as an espresso shot does. I love the creamy, smooth feel of the Starbucks nitro cold brew. Made me feel even higher SES than having regular cold brew. The vanilla ice cream, though a nice touch and something I wouldn’t have expected on the Starbucks menu, didn’t turn out the way I thought it would. It had a grainy texture, and wasn’t actually very creamy. Perhaps it just wasn’t a good mix with the cold brew. I would say to get the nitro cold brew - the texture really is lovely, but skip the float and maybe try the cold brew ice cream on the side.

A chat with the barista also revealed one of his personal favourite drinks was the cold brew malt which is essentially a cold brew with two scoops of ice cream inside and no other sweeteners. Hmm. Might try that on the next visit, or the Dark Chocolate Mocha!

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