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The place had an interesting layout, artistic hipster decor. Nice place to get drinks and run errands on the go!

Staff was warm and friendly too! Didn't managed to take a pic of the croissant but kaya croissant is strongly recommended when visiting here as it's super yummy! 😋🥐

Second time here and coffee still great as before if not better. We added the muffin and croissant using the burpple beyond 1-for-1 deal. Nice place to chill on a super busy street. Very friendly staff too.

Really enjoyed this little cup of goodness. Had to take a pic after the first sip. Fragrant and smooth. Different coffees are served with different blends proprietary to TWM to enhance the taste. Thoughtfulness served in every cup ☕️

Come by this cosy spot in Little India for good conversations and coffee. Pair their 7-Spiced Chai ($6) with the sweet and fluffy Banana Loaf (from $2.50). Otherwise, kick it old school with the Flat White ($5) and buttery Croissant (from $2.50).
Photo by Burppler The RantingPanda

Thought this was rather decent; while it's nothing like the banana bread with mushy banana that I love, it was pretty light and fluffy with a whiff of banana sweetness. Pairs well with a cup of coffee on the side.


From The Wired Monkey at Dunlop Street; a new cafe that serves up specialty coffee and other cafe grub as well — the current menu consists of only two burgers, a single toast and salad. Sides and pastries are also available as well.

I am pretty much a fan of chickpeas and falafel so this burger pretty much caught my attention when I was skimming through the menu. This reminds me of middle eastern food; really liked that smooth, mushy chickpea patty that is all crisp with its fried, crusted exterior — it comes with nibs of corn for some texture too. The entire burger was flavoursome; the combination of the Falafel Patty, the Tzatziki, Kale and Tomato Compote was everything tangy, zippy and savoury, while the buns were pretty light and fluffy. The sweet potato fries are well-seasoned with salt while sweet inside; pretty crisp though turns a little hard if left alone for a while. A steal at $12 — the portion is actually pretty substantial; definitely leaves one full after wiping out the entire portion.