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Dutch Colony Coffee Co. (Pasarbella @ The Grand Stand)

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Dutch Colony Coffee Co. is a cafe where customers can enjoy freshly roasted bean with various brewing methods to satisfy their bean to cup experience with its great selection of quality coffee beans from different part of the world.

Daily: 09:30 - 19:00

+65 64670255
$6 based on 16 submissions
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Great Cuppa on 26Dec2014

ee my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/12/27/great-cuppa-dutch-colony-pasarbella-on-26dec2014/

family decided to go out for a cuppa on 26.12.2014. grandstand at turf club road is nearby. we decided to go to the dutch colony @ pasarbella. it’s quite a hip joint, nice cosy place, great ambience. 
i don’t go out for coffee often. the last time i had a nice cuppa with wife was at chye seng huat at tyrewhitt road on 17.9.2014. i have a good coffee machine at home & recently i ordered 8x1kg caffe aurora from qbfood (it’s like 40% the price of lavazza coffee from culina! mostly when i had coffee outside it would be the “kopi-c go song tilok” aka kopitiam kind. ^^ we had flat whites & the children had some banana cake. like chye seng huat the coffee here was quite good. flavour was great, frothed milk was velvety smooth & combined well with the coffee. this reminded me also of the nice cuppa i had in london with my son- at monmouth cafe in covent gardens on 22.8.2014, and at melrose & morgan during our walk along regent’s canal to primrose hill on 24.8.2014. the 2 in london were much better but that could also be the colder weather & we were doing a bit of walking & the mood was right & perfect for a cuppa. by comparison i feel chye seng huat is better but really not by much. CSH place is cool but dutch colony is nearer if i really want to place with good coffee to chill.

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  • Grasshopper Pie1 vote
  • Latte ( Dutch Blend )1 vote
  • Sea salt peanut butter cake1 vote
  • flat white1 vote
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• 27 Dec 2014 • 270 reviews • 1 follower

Great Cuppa on 26Dec2014

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ee my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2014/12/27/great-cuppa-dutch-colony-pasarbella-on-26dec2014/

family decided to go out for a cuppa on 26.12.2014. grandstand at turf club road is nearby. we decided to go to the dutch colony @ pasarbella. it’s quite a hip joint, nice cosy place, great ambience. 
i don’t go out for coffee often. the last time i had a nice cuppa with wife was at chye seng huat at tyrewhitt road on 17.9.2014. i have a good coffee machine at home & recently i ordered 8x1kg caffe aurora from qbfood (it’s like 40% the price of lavazza coffee from culina! mostly when i had coffee outside it would be the “kopi-c go song tilok” aka kopitiam kind. ^^ we had flat whites & the children had some banana cake. like chye seng huat the coffee here was quite good. flavour was great, frothed milk was velvety smooth & combined well with the coffee. this reminded me also of the nice cuppa i had in london with my son- at monmouth cafe in covent gardens on 22.8.2014, and at melrose & morgan during our walk along regent’s canal to primrose hill on 24.8.2014. the 2 in london were much better but that could also be the colder weather & we were doing a bit of walking & the mood was right & perfect for a cuppa. by comparison i feel chye seng huat is better but really not by much. CSH place is cool but dutch colony is nearer if i really want to place with good coffee to chill.
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  • flat white small – S$4.50
• 22 Nov 2014 • 96 reviews • 0 follower

Nice place to hangout

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Addicted to these boutique kopi cafes mushrooming all over Spore. Dutch Colony is definitely one of my favourite cafe to hang out. Nice, simple, cozy ambiance to relax over a nice cuppa kopi and nice pastries!
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• 12 Nov 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Dissapointing coffee, terrible pastries, overrated

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Agree with Pascale1 on the pastries. Visited the Frankel outlet recently and the pastries were obviously days old. Coffee was disappointing too. I asked the barista if I can have a new coffee as I felt the milk was burnt, but was given the weird look as though I don't know my coffee. The only saving grace was that the space was bright.
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