The house blend of this hip, deep-within-Tiong Bahru café is brewed at 94 degrees Celsius – that’s how precise this winner does its cuppas. It isn’t just the fresh, direct trade-purchased beans that entice, though. This graffiti-walled space on the ground floor of a 1930s shophouse also has a selection of toasted sandwiches such as the Jamaican jerked pork – smoked pork tenderloin, dark plum chutney, tomato sauce with basil, mango, coriander, herb oil and mozzarella – and weekend-only eggs brunch items. You won’t go wrong with the steamed bun – a softer, fluffier and way bigger pau than old favourites like Tanjong Rhu. They’ve recently launched a dinnertime hot dog menu; for a small space, it’s got big ambitions.
therovingepicure said: “Compromised Service Due to Over Crowdness”
Ambiance is good except do not go on a weekend. Overcrowded and our orders got mixed up 4 x and we just ordered 2 coffees and a bannana bread. Food and everything else is good.