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Tuxedo (Carlton City Hotel Singapore)

371 Wishlisted
~$25/pax
Tuxedo is an airy, sunlit space that pays an elegant tribute to the European tradition of coffeehouses. The artisanal café serves handcrafted coffee, gourmet teas and fresh juices, alongside a menu of freshly baked pastries, wholesome sandwiches, classic bistro dishes and other goodies. Every order can be prepared for take-away, or simply sit and unwind over delicious food and drinks while enjoying complimentary WiFi access.

1 Gopeng Street
Lobby Level Carlton City Hotel Singapore
Singapore 078862

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Monday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Tuesday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Wednesday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Thursday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Friday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Saturday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

Sunday:
07:00am - 07:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Good value and strong wifi and plugs.
$11 after BURPLE
Great for business meetings and studying too
Love the Choco muffin! So rich.
Cafe mocha was good too!
Would come again

Had Burpple beyond for this place and the food was super high quality and fresh. Pesto pasta sauce was authentic with loads of basil and pine nuts. Truffle fries that came with burger was also delicious! Menu options may be limited but the taste and quality is great.

Will revisit even if I don’t have the Burpple 1:1

One of my favourite hidden gems in town - great coffee and food at one for one! sad that I finished all my burpple Beyond redemptions already 😫

Swing by this artisanal café in Carlton City Hotel for a hearty meal. Good for sharing is their Chicken Linguini Alla Puttanesca ($18) — crispy chicken thigh in a tomato-anchovy sauce. Otherwise, keep it healthy with the Caribbean Mahi Mahi Fillet ($18) accompanied by fresh cuts of avocado, mango and butter lettuce.
Photo by Burppler Mr Digester 😋

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I thought I figured that if you are skeptical of an establishment’s croissants, go for the almond variant (#2) because the filling and toppings can help neutralise any mediocre tasting plain layered French pastry. But this is a new for the almond filling had the medicinal aftertaste I dislike of Chinese almond desserts. It interestingly had chopped almonds even within the croissant. By hey 1 for 1 pastry and drink 🙋🏻‍♀️

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The coffee was fragrant and not acidic. It’s served in a huge cup too!

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