Written by coffee lovers, for coffee lovers
For those who seek a great cup of coffee in Changi Business Park, youai??i??re in luck. Located in Plaza 8 along Changi Business Park Crescent is MashUp, a 3-in-1 specialty coffee, salad and sandwich bar. Using beans from Common Man Coffee Roasters, MashUp rotates different blends of coffee regularly and thereby offers customers a unique treat for their taste buds every time they visit. Their wholesome salads and food are a delight as well, with a full range of options that are as healthy as they are delicious.read more
If youai??i??re looking for good food and great coffee in the Beauty World area, look no further than Necessary Provisions (NP), a cosy neighbourhood cafe nestled in Eng Kong Park. Occupying a corner along a quaint line of shops, this casual coffee spot serves as a hideaway from the hustle and bustle of city life.read more
Even if you donai??i??t drink specialty coffee, the name Oriole Coffee + Bar might still sound familiar to you. Hailed by journalists and food bloggers as one of the best cafes in Singapore, Oriole Coffee + Bar has amassed a loyal following in the years since its inception in 2008.read more
Nestled in one of NUS UTownai??i??s colleges is Foreword Coffee, one of the latest additions in Singaporeai??i??s coffee scene. Opened two months ago, this humble cafe has more to it than what meets the eye. It is a social enterprise started by two NUS students ai??i?? Anderson Ang, currently in his fourth year, and Lim Wei Jie, who has now graduated. Whatai??i??s more impressive is that Wei Jie, the ventureai??i??s coffee mastermind, had only gotten in touch with coffee about a year ago.read more
One would not expect to find specialty coffee in Jurong West, but thanks to The Playground Coffee, Westies can now enjoy a well crafted cup of coffee in their neighbourhood.
Started this year by three friends who previously hailed from The Populus Coffee and Food Co., The Playground Coffee has been serving specialty coffee and hearty brunch fare from its sleek and minimalistic space at Nanyang Community Club.read more