Toffee Cider at The Pigeonhole (Duxton Hill)

My second time at the Pigeon Hole and it won’t be my last. Loved the gracious welcome we get here and the delicious toffee cider. It’s a haven when it’s packed to the gills everywhere else. Felt so at ease gazing out of the asymmetrical window. Somehow I find the presence of old books comforting and I was reminded of an old familiar author (Katherine Mansfield) whose stories I need to revisit. This place is so cool. There was also a book here by the great JBJ (most Singaporeans will know him by his initials alone, and if you don’t you need to brush up on your reading).

You can literally feel all your cares melt away, for just that moment.

 

 

 

 

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