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Chye Seng Huat Hardware

Western

77%100%

73 votes

63960609

Tue - Fri: 09:00 - 19:00

Sat - Sun: 09:00 - 22:00

Closed: Mon

$14 based on 50 reviews
Do not be misled by the name of this establishment - Chye Seng Huat Hardware is the successive coffee bar from the guys behind Papa Palheta and Loysel's Toy. This flagship store features a roastery, an island coffee bar, a coffee school and a private coffee tasting room. See what foodies like this place for
ArcticStar • 10 Jun 2014207 reviews 1 followers

Chye Seng Huat Hardware Cafe is a very interesting concept, for a hardware store to branch out into the cafe business, but hey, everyone's heading there so it was inevitable that I have to be there too. One could choose to sit outdoors (mind you, outdoor seating is full if one comes on a weekend!).
 
 Or one could head inside and sit amongst the cosy interior with its wooden bar counter, round wooden stools and surrounded by many...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Brunch20 votes
  • Breakfast12 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy10 votes
  • Chillout9 votes
  • People Watching9 votes
  • Hidden Find8 votes
  • High Tea8 votes
  • Lunch8 votes
  • Trendy6 votes
  • After Work4 votes
  • Nice Deco4 votes
  • Relaxed4 votes
  • Ala Carte3 votes
  • Alfresco/Outdoor Dining3 votes

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What others are saying...

ArcticStar • 10 Jun 2014207 reviews 1 followers

Chye Seng Huat Hardware Cafe is a very interesting concept, for a hardware store to branch out into the cafe business, but hey, everyone's heading there so it was inevitable that I have to be there too. One could choose to sit outdoors (mind you, outdoor seating is full if one comes on a weekend!).
 
 Or one could head inside and sit amongst the cosy interior with its wooden bar counter, round wooden stools and surrounded by many...

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live2eat.travel • 16 May 201469 reviews 0 followers

Hand-brewed coffee is recommended for those who like their coffee black, and it is prepared differently according to the characteristics of the coffee beans so as to extract their flavours. Upon order, the beans are carefully weighed and grinded. They are then steeped in hot water for about 1.5 minutes and plunged through the aero-press, or filtered and dripped through the v60. My order arrived in a flask with about two cups worth of coffee, a hot cup and a...

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jonathan92 • 22 Apr 20144 reviews 0 followers

Dropped by CSH at about 11ish on a Sunday morning.

Had the Huat Breakfast and a peach turnover along with an espresso with milk.

The food was good but the coffee was a huge let down considering all the raving reviews I've read. The coffee was waaaay too thin and tasted almost like water. Will be back for food if I'm in the area but will not order a coffee again.

Service was prompt and good though!

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