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Haven’t been to Jewel in ages. When we are here, we keep returning to Fun Toast for the view. It’s also not too atas or expensive.
We keep returning to the same places mainly due to the draw of coffee the way we like it, and great service. Plus we’re not charged for water.
We didn’t plan to go here and it was quite a random find. Glad we checked it out. They serve good coffee here which surprised us as it’s rare as most places have coffee that’s acidic & sourish. Reminded us … Continue reading
I’ve been to the branch at Tai Seng but wasn’t impressed. This time however I changed my mind at the Thomson Plaza branch and would revisit. They charge 50 cents for a mug of hot water S$5 for a scoope … Continue reading
Every time I find a cafe I like it tends to close down. It’s mostly because I like places that are relatively empty, at least at off peak hours. The service at the Gastronomia Da Paolo VivoCity Branch is great. … Continue reading
Really nice relaxed vibe here even though I find the coffee a tad bitter. Perhaps I’ll stick to tea next time.
We literally stumbled upon this cafe at the Upper Serangoon area. My partner spotted it from the coffeeshop where we were having dinner. It’s another hip little ice cream waffles and coffee cafe located within HDB blocks and we like … Continue reading
Lovely new brunch place at the Upper Thomson area – Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters. Only problem is, it’s very difficult to find a place to park your car. I definitely want to come here again as I found the first … Continue reading
I didn’t expect much from the Wood Shed at 204 Rangoon Road, but was impressed. It looks like a furniture store from the outside (I think it probably was) and very tiny, but there’s actually a huge space inside and the … Continue reading
Somehow prefer the branch at Vivocity, the pastries seemed fresher there and it was not as crowded. The coffee looks good but I find it a tad bitter. They do baguette sandwiches best of all and you can’t go wrong … Continue reading
The iced latte at Jamaica Blue was good (not bitter and comparable to Joe & Dough’s version) and the cafe is air-conditioned with free iced water (not all cafes at at Star Vista, most are outdoors with ceiling fans – … Continue reading
Just felt like taking a photo of the traditional kopi cup. This was from a stall at the Tiong Bahru Food Centre. I don’t take my coffee black but like how it looks before I stir in the condensed milk.
Finally visited Jewel Coffee at Rangoon Road and was surprised to find another famous coffee joint next to it – Liberty Coffee. Had a relaxing time at Jewel as it was spacious and not crowded with very polite people at … Continue reading
I’m loving the bread & pastries at the new French cafe at Vivo. It replaces the Vietnamese sandwich place I believe and is located near Jamie Oliver’s. I wish there was more seating though as I definitely want to come … Continue reading
Tiong Bahru Bakery used to be very exclusive when it first popped up at a remote corner in the old Singapore estate, Tiong Bahru. A real French Cafe, finally. But now that it has a second branch I’m glad it’s … Continue reading
Because coffee or tea and cupcakes, make a day even better. Wrote about it here.
It’s always fun to try out brand new places and especially when you have great company. I must say firstly that this place reminds me of Jones the Grocer. It was very pleasant to sit here and chat. The decor … Continue reading
What an absolute treat it was to visit Pasarbella, the upscale farmer’s market at Turf City (now called Grandstand), at an off peak hour. So peaceful and serene, I yearn to return. An extreme contrast to my very first visit … Continue reading
Wrote about it at Guillaume’s blog White As Milk.
Beside a good latte, they have really interesting juice concoctions at Canele. It wasn’t served chilled though, which was a pity. And yay for free iced water.
Tried out Penny University at East Coast Road (very near the famous hokkien mee and prawn mee soup) and I am eager to return for the coffee. The booth seats are pretty comfy and surprisingly not squeezy (they were generous … Continue reading