Pulling the espresso shots at this specialty coffee shop along Kampong Bahru is two-time Singapore National Barista Championship winner Ryan Tan. Expect the usual cuppas made from specialty coffee beans; sweets such as muffins, waffles and cupcakes are also available.
Mon: 09:00 - 22:00
Wed - Sun: 09:00 - 22:00
$19 based on 82 submissions
Brunch (23 votes), After Work (17 votes), Chillout (12 votes)
Full review on http://herpenandfork.blogspot.sg/2014/12/strangers-reunion-cafe-review-sgs-best.html The scoop of vanilla bean ice cream that came with the iced chocolate was a pleasant surprise. I couldn’t see the magic in the “Magic” coffee though. It was recommended on the menu and disappointing considering how the cafe has been touted for its coffee among some. The coffee was very acidic (perhaps because it was 2 ristretto shots) with sour undertones. At best, it was just alright. Prices here for beverages are considered on the high side for cafes.
The verdict for the much raved-about waffles?
It really is great. It’s a slightly different style from Creamier’s (by far my best), but I liked the fragrant aftertaste and crispy texture. It yields with a nice crackle to the knife while the inside isn't too soft yet fluffy enough. Get it.
average sized brunch cafe place with great coffee.. crowded so be ready to wait for a table. i went on a monday afternoon and it was quite packed for a monday's standard. coffee is rich, aromatic and has a great bittersweet after taste. portions are huge, especially the truffle fries. Did not quite like the eggs on toast though. waffles is a must try!
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