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Coffee Club (Changi Airport T3)

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Coffee Club opened Singapore's first gourmet coffee house at Holland Village in 1991.With its own on-site coffee roasting facilities, the outlet set a new standard for world-class coffee delivery.

Daily 24 Hours

+65 65856369
$17 based on 10 submissions
Chillout (4 votes), People Watching (4 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
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Slipping standards overall at this outlet

O'Coffee Club is another coffee haven that needs no introduction - since its days of being known merely as "The Coffee Club" till now. Well it still serves an extensive menu of cakes and interesting beverages concocted of coffee and tea etc; with some rather good main courses for those looking for a proper meal. I hang out sometimes at the Changi Airport Terminal 3's branch when I go to the East for work, sorting out my thoughts or simply needing some tranquility. Sad to note that service was getting from bad to worse - we were neglected half the time, to the extent I had to pour my own iced water.

Anyway, to cut to the chase, I will be recommending two of my most favorite items there, the first being the Classic Caesar Salad in Homemade Cheese Basket (SGD$14.90) , and I would add smoked salmon (SGD$3.90) to complete the meal usually. In the past it was known was Salmon Caesar in Cheese Basket, but now I guess they allow more flexibility. One seldom gets a Caesar Salad done wrong, as I often say - and this does indeed contain all the essentials such as Romaine Lettuce, hard boiled eggs, tomatoes, bacon bits, croutons, Parmesan and the mayonnaise which I usually ask them to do without. The Cheese Basket is crispy, and tastes of cheese in the right tone - not too strong or salty. It is a joy to have this at all times, and I have seen introduced it to a few friends aka converters.

Now, the other darling of mine here is the Blackforest Blend (SGD$12.90) - all the must have ingredients of chocolate, coffee, cherries and a slosh or two of alcohol. I usually ask them to remove the cream. Anyway, this tastes just simply awesome and addictive - bittersweet in its own right.

For full review and more photographs. please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/11/lunch-at-ocoffee-club-changi-airport.html

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• 23 Nov 2014 • 449 reviews • 7 followers

Slipping standards overall at this outlet

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O'Coffee Club is another coffee haven that needs no introduction - since its days of being known merely as "The Coffee Club" till now. Well it still serves an extensive menu of cakes and interesting beverages concocted of coffee and tea etc; with some rather good main courses for those looking for a proper meal. I hang out sometimes at the Changi Airport Terminal 3's branch when I go to the East for work, sorting out my thoughts or simply needing some tranquility. Sad to note that service was getting from bad to worse - we were neglected half the time, to the extent I had to pour my own iced water.

Anyway, to cut to the chase, I will be recommending two of my most favorite items there, the first being the Classic Caesar Salad in Homemade Cheese Basket (SGD$14.90) , and I would add smoked salmon (SGD$3.90) to complete the meal usually. In the past it was known was Salmon Caesar in Cheese Basket, but now I guess they allow more flexibility. One seldom gets a Caesar Salad done wrong, as I often say - and this does indeed contain all the essentials such as Romaine Lettuce, hard boiled eggs, tomatoes, bacon bits, croutons, Parmesan and the mayonnaise which I usually ask them to do without. The Cheese Basket is crispy, and tastes of cheese in the right tone - not too strong or salty. It is a joy to have this at all times, and I have seen introduced it to a few friends aka converters.

Now, the other darling of mine here is the Blackforest Blend (SGD$12.90) - all the must have ingredients of chocolate, coffee, cherries and a slosh or two of alcohol. I usually ask them to remove the cream. Anyway, this tastes just simply awesome and addictive - bittersweet in its own right.

For full review and more photographs. please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/11/lunch-at-ocoffee-club-changi-airport.html

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  • Classic Caesar Salad in Cheese Basket
• 25 Jan 2012 • 367 reviews • 55 followers

Go For The Coffee And Desserts

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Full O'Coffee Club review here

When I visit O'Coffee Club, I generally only order their coffee and desserts. Most of the time, I go with the Muddy Mud Pie.

O'Coffee Club Muddy Mud Pie is huge, and sinfully decadent. It's large enough for 2 to share, and covered in chocolate fudge.

Otherwise, the food at O'Coffee Club is generally not worth the money, for the same price, you'll be better off dining at other cafes.

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  • Muddy Mud Pie
• 25 Jun 2011 • 71 reviews • 1 follower

Nice ambience... and it goes downhill from there...

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My friends and I went there for supper/drinks late one night. We had to wait AGES for a table and there was some mess-up about the tables.

Two of us ordered food and the other two ordered drinks/cakes. My baked chicken and rice turned out with rather dry chicken which smelt bad, as if the chicken had not been cooked or processed well. It was abysmal and I decided to give up on it after eating about half of it.

I can't remember exactly what my friend ordered but I remember that it was not very good either.

One of my friends ordered a hot chocolate. It finally came after the food had been abandoned. It was lukewarm and had bits of greasy pools swimming around on the surface. Our other friend ordered her usual Coffee Club syrup+soda drink and it also arrived after more than half an hour like the first drink. According to her, it tasted very different from the other outlets where she usually imbibes it.

The staff had very very poor attitude and the manager (a lanky Malay man) was also not very helpful, insisting that the drinks had NO problems because they were made "ACCORDING TO SOP".

What nonsense. I do not patronise coffee places (Starbucks/Coffee Bean/Coffee Club/ TCC) because the drinks are overpriced and the food is generally not as good as actual restaurants. However, these friends of mine patronise Starbucks/Coffee Club etc often, so they know when things are "OFF" per se.

Poor service, crappy food, abysmal drinks= what is the point of going to Coffee Club?!?

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