This used to be my go to brunch place but lately the ambience and coffee is unbearable. The food is still great, particularly the big boy breakfast set.
The coffee is not drinkable. If you get espresso or long black you will notice the very sour taste. I guess they source good exotic beans but they just don't know how do process them.
The place itself still has a nice feel if you manage to get a table inside. The outside sitting area at the back is very humid (amazing how they made Singapore more humid).
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