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93 Degrees Bean & Leaf

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93 Degrees Bean & Leaf is a new cafe located at Lorong Mambong.They serve different kinds of refreshing teas and coffees with a warm and unique ambiance.

Daily: 11:00 - 23:00

+65 62766335
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Very relaxing coffee:)

Very comfortable chairs, good coffee, good selection of pastries / cakes and perfect for relaxing and watching the world go by:)

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• 04 Feb 2015 • 49 reviews • 0 follower

Very relaxing coffee:)

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Very comfortable chairs, good coffee, good selection of pastries / cakes and perfect for relaxing and watching the world go by:)
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• 06 Dec 2013 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Only if you want a place to chat till late

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We were looking around for a cafe that will open till late, since we arrived at Holland Village at about 11.30pm on a Friday night. This was still bustling while many others had their lights switched off or their shutters ready. We found colorful enticing photos of tea sets they had, with either waffles, cakes or pies, which I must say is quite a value relatively to ordering ala carte.

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