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53 votes

62258545

Tue - Thu: 08:00 - 19:00

Fri - Sat: 08:00 - 22:00

Sun: 08:00 - 19:00

Closed: Mon

$16 based on 37 reviews
Located at Yong Siak Street, Forty Hands serves Western breakfast and lunch and their specialties are their aromatic house blend coffees and chewy fat hot dogs. See what foodies like this place for
Crayoia • 3 hours ago16 reviews 0 followers

Love their truffle fries! Tried their eggs benedict and kong ba bao too. Not too bad. Personally I don't really like their coffee there.

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Brunch19 votes
  • Breakfast17 votes
  • Chillout5 votes
  • Hidden Find5 votes
  • High Tea5 votes
  • Lunch5 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy5 votes
  • People Watching4 votes
  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining3 votes
  • Business Breakfast3 votes
  • Relaxed3 votes

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  • coffee11 votes
  • tau sar pau4 votes
  • macchiato3 votes
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Crayoia • 3 hours ago16 reviews 0 followers

Love their truffle fries! Tried their eggs benedict and kong ba bao too. Not too bad. Personally I don't really like their coffee there.

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Ananth Ramchandran • 07 Aug 20141 reviews 0 followers

Over a month ago I came by for breakfast and also picked up some coffee beans after a recommendation from one of your baristas. Those beans were not the kind I had asked for, and I tried to write to you with my feedback via the email listed on your website. The email bounced back saying the account is not active. I then sent you the message privately on your FB account, to no response. A week later I tried...

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Weighty Man • 28 Jul 2014706 reviews 81 followers

Good cafe with well prepared coffee and, surprise, Chinese food.
 
Food: Had good latte, pork belly with Mun Tao, tau sar pau. The "kong bak" pau was interesting, priced at $7.50, it's good value. Pork served in a pot, with 2 white buns. We also had the poacheg egg with buns but they were not worth the money. The tau sar pau was interesting, but at $2.80 each, could have used non-commercial filling.
 
Value: Good value for coffee...

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