The Connoisseur Concerto (International Building)

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tcc – The Connoisseur Concerto is the leading chain of art boutique caffès boasting a comprehensive selection of gourmet food and creative beverages. Unveiled on 18th December 2003, tcc has been the leading purveyor of gourmet coffees in Singapore, marked by our extensive range of exclusive top-quality coffees, brewed to perfection using a variety of brewing methods. Since then, our food menu has expanded to include gourmet delights - prepared and artfully arranged to satisfy the senses. d’tcc experience is about blending art with lifestyle to give our guests the space to indulge in their own time and appreciate the finer things in life. All tcc art boutique caffès have an artistic, stylish, urbane and cosy atmosphere. With ingenious combination of lighting and colours, our art boutique caffès are also recognised for their bespoke furniture and exhibits of art pieces.


From the Burpple community

24 hours cafe. What more can you ask for.

The prices are steep. It's mostly for tourists.

but the burrata is good. Must try

Espresso, cereal crunch, chocolate, coffee cookie crumb, malted chocolate and vanilla ice cream.
This was the best affogato I have ever drunk. All the crumbs added a whole new taste to this drink.

12 hours slow drip cold brew. It was smooth and aromatic pretty much one of a kind.

House made prawn and squid patty, soft shell crab, wasabi mentai dressing, tobiko, wasabi tobiko, charcoal bun, mesclun green and truffle fries.
The portion was huge and loaded with fresh seafood. The patty was really unique and you could taste that they used real ingredients.

Puff pastry, mushroom ragout, parmesan and mesclun green.
Definitely highly recommended to order! It was so so so good that I can’t stop eating.

Norwegian salmon, shiro miso sauce, forest mushroom, butternut squash, brussel sprouts, kale, over dried tomato, onsen egg with red rice.
This is definitely a healthier option in their menu. Thoroughly enjoyed the combination and surprisingly it was quite filling. However I didn’t quite fancy the over dried tomato as it was too sour to my liking.