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5 Best Places To Get Your Coffee Fix @Singapore

February 17, 2018 Food & Beverage No Comments Email Email

Australians love coffee. When you are travelling, getting a good coffee fix is tricky. Starbucks just won’t cut it. Singapore is one of the most popular stopovers and to save all the search work for you, PARKROYAL has curated a list of the best places to get your coffee fix @Singapore.

  1. For a local kopi experience – Toast Box

Savour the singular taste and fragrance of an authentic cup of local coffee, popularly known in Singapore as kopi, at this award-winning breakfast chain. You can’t go wrong with a Nanyang Kopi and Peanut Butter Thick Toast (or a bowl of laksa, if you’re feeling a bit more peckish) combination. Address: 180 Kitchener Road, #01-41 to 43 City Square Mall, Singapore 208539

  1. For cold brews – Old Hen Coffee Bar

Highly rated for its specialty cold brew coffees that are as aesthetically pleasing as they are addictive, Old Hen Coffee Bar also serves the traditional black and white varieties. While you’re there, try the Chicken Cheese Burrito, the Smoked Salmon and Apple Toast, and the breakfast favourite Toasted Muesli Bowl as well.

Address: 88 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218374

  1. For the classic teh tarik – Raj Restaurant

Located a block from 24-hour mall Mustafa Centre and two blocks from PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road, this Indian vegetarian restaurant features such a large, varied menu that even diners new to the cuisine are bound to find something they fancy. Wash the meal down with a well-crafted cup of teh tarik, a local hot milk tea drink – or “pulled tea”, to complete the local dining experience.

Address: 76 Syed Alwi Road, Singapore 207655

  1. For Indian filter coffee – Komala Vilas

Another indian establishment worth popping by for a bite and a sip is Komala Vilas, a household name in the country that first opened back in 1947. Have your pick of a delectable variety of both south indian and north indian dishes. Our recommendation is a plate of dosa (a thin, crispy type of pancake) with some of the best Indian filter coffee the neighbourhood has to offer.

Address: 76 Serangoon Road, Singapore 217981

  1. For Japanese-French vibes – L’Etoile Café

Hankering for more European flavours? You want L’Etoile Café. Quaint, laidback, and ever so off-the-beaten-path, the fusion café upon entering feels like you’ve just stepped into someone’s home. Expect its artisanal coffee to impress at an eatery that roasts its coffee beans and carefully slow drips its coffee for at least 20 hours.

Address: 160 Owen Road, Singapore 218953

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