grey area coffee roasters

Grey Area Coffee Roasters Finally Brings Specialty Coffee to Kampong Bahru

Passion is what leads many of us on voyages to achieve our dreams, and for the owners of Grey Area Coffee Roasters, it’s a dream come true for them when they finally opened their chic, slate-hued little slice of haven down at Kampong Bahru. Continue reading “Grey Area Coffee Roasters”

rookie's coffee shop review

Rookie’s Coffee Shop is an Intimate Coffee Experience with An Aeropress CHampion

“There is a method to my madness.” Said Junior, owner and head barista of the newly opened Rookie’s Coffee Shop at Queensway. The usual bells and whistles of a typical new cafe opening aren’t present — the space is as unpretentious as you can get. (Read my interview and profile piece on Junior here.) Continue reading “Rookie’s Coffee Shop”

burnt ends bakery donuts

Super hyped and Fluffy donuts from Burnt Ends Bakery

Burnt Ends is perhaps known by every foodie in Singapore for its stunning roast meats and amazing sanger burger. But did you know Burnt Ends also had a bakery that churned out arguably the best donuts in Singapore?

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queic by olivia

Get a slice of Burnt cheesecake heaven at Queic by Olivia, the REstaurant’s new bakery

Olivia Restaurant & Lounge’s legendary Basque Burnt Cheesecake needs no introduction, often raved as the best desserts Singapore has to offer. Alas, Olivia’s prices are an indulgence and sometimes we just want a slice of cake. Hearing our prayers, they’ve opened Queic by Olivia.

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kki sweets review

KKI Sweets — Where crafting Desserts is a fine art

We love our desserts, from the most simple waffles & ice creams to intricately moulded croissants — you can find wildly popular dessert stores at every corner of the island. KKI Sweets are, however, on a level above every other cafe.

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petit pain croissant review

Petit Pain might have one of the scariest queues in Singapore, but are the croissants worth it?

Nestled in a quaint and unassuming shop space in Katong, Petit Pain produces some of the most popular pastries in Singapore. Alas, with their secluded location and the excruciating queues, have you wondered if they are worth the pain? Quite possibly so. 

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