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Tag Archives: coffee
Because coffee or tea and cupcakes, make a day even better. Wrote about it here.
It’s always fun to try out brand new places and especially when you have great company. I must say firstly that this place reminds me of Jones the Grocer. It was very pleasant to sit here and chat. The decor … Continue reading
What an absolute treat it was to visit Pasarbella, the upscale farmer’s market at Turf City (now called Grandstand), at an off peak hour. So peaceful and serene, I yearn to return. An extreme contrast to my very first visit … Continue reading
Wrote about it at Guillaume’s blog White As Milk.
Beside a good latte, they have really interesting juice concoctions at Canele. It wasn’t served chilled though, which was a pity. And yay for free iced water.
Tried out Penny University at East Coast Road (very near the famous hokkien mee and prawn mee soup) and I am eager to return for the coffee. The booth seats are pretty comfy and surprisingly not squeezy (they were generous … Continue reading
We were seeking a new place in town for a girls’ night out and we had already been to Marmalade Pantry at ION. D and I wanted a place near the MRT so decided on the new outlet of Jones … Continue reading
Had a coffee break at Costa. The coffee isn’t great, but I like the decor here. Also St Marc’s was too crowded and I would have been majorly tempted by the parfaits.
I’m always happy to find a new coffee place as an alternative to the chain ones like Starbucks, which I now realize make really weak coffee. Nice quiet seating area too and I guess quiet as most people haven’t discovered … Continue reading