Tom N Toms at ICON Village

photo by bookjunkie

It’s so nice and quiet here away from the hustle and bustle of Orchard road. I think not many people know this place exists unless they work around the area. I am so glad that blogger 365daystoplay, alerted me that there is a Tom N Toms branch here when I posted about the Far East Plaza branch. When I was here there was an insurance agent very loudly trying to sell a policy (which I found annoying) and some other people who were quietly trying to read or get some work done on their laptops, who were probably just as annoyed as me. I think some people don’t realize how loud they can get or perhaps they are just oblivious to their surroundings.

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

The Korean lady running the place was very sweet and friendly. I always return to a place based on the service I get. It’s quite a huge factor. Mean, uppity or rude service with poor attitude will get me staying far, far away. We get enough of crappy mean people at work, we don’t need to pay for meanness. That’s why I am so appreciative when people are nice like the staff here.

photo by bookjunkie

The Cinnamon pretzels are my top pick so far. I loved that they were cut into bite sized pieces.

photo by bookjunkie

This Tom N Toms Coffee is divided into two sections. I prefer the outer fully glass one, closer to the road. It’s seems like a really nice place to hang out or read a book over coffee.

Tom N Toms ICON Village
12 Gopeng Street
#01-12 ICON Village

Daily: 7.00 am – 11.00 pm (I wonder if it’s really open 24/7 because this is what I see listed on the blogs as opening hours)
Getting There: Nearest MRT : Tanjong Pagar

Tel: +65 6225 6313

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