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A coffee maker that churns out good coffee

The siphon coffee-maker occupies pride of place at Kohii, and produces a cup which is delicate and clean, with hints of mild acidity and sweetness. For more coffee joint reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/in-singapore-coffees-from-around-the-world--*gid-360e0400/photos/#fceb0600
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Siphon coffee-maker
25 Oct 2013 • 225 reviews • 5 followers

A coffee maker that churns out good coffee

The siphon coffee-maker occupies pride of place at Kohii, and produces a cup which is delicate and clean, with hints of mild acidity and sweetness. For more coffee joint reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/in-singapore-coffees-from-around-the-world--*gid-360e0400/photos/#fceb0600
26 Sep 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

Mixed Mushroom Soup & UCC Coffee

Tried their signature item, mixed mushroom soup. Initially felt the price is in the high side ($10.50) but was impressed by their serving and 5 type of mushrooms inside the soup.

The coffee is strong (UCC Extra Gold) which wake my day.

Kind of interesting to see them also sell various type of Japanese Boutique Beers.
07 Mar 2012 • 68 reviews • 4 followers

Six&Seven reviews Kohii @ One Shenton

Raffles place executives will be pleased to know of the new Japanese inspired café – Kohii @ One Shenton. If you are looking to break away from your mundane lunches, Kohii serves up Japanese inspired salads and sandwiches at affordable prices.

Knowing Singapore’s blistering heat, the absence of an indoor-seating option can be quite a deterrent. Nevertheless, with Kohii’s selection of ingredients imported from Japan, the café is a great place for a quick meal. Food imports aside, Kohii is also orientated by novel Japanese cultures such as a “Rainy Day Promotion” where diners get a free cup of coffee.

The Mixed mushrooms soup ($9.80) is one of the best dishes to be served there. I have been to several restaurants where they have claimed their soup is made “in-house”; obviously they were not aware that consumers were allowed to purchase from Fassler (food factory outlet) too.

The soup is very different from your traditional mushroom soup. Then again, most of the mushroom soup that you have been getting would most probably be processed. The soup is very light, as there is no cream. And for $9.80, the restaurant is certainly generous with its servings of mushrooms. The soup has a slight hint of Sake, which exlplains why it is not listed as vegetarian.

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