A friend had them serve coffee at their wedding. Coffee was not up to standard at all. I don't know if they were tired from making many cups before me or if it was some other reason. The staff was very rude when I commented that my coffee tasted watered down. This was not the proper conduct we would expect from a company of this professional branding. I can only imagine how many people silently bore the indignity of their rotten service given the joyous occasion.
Went cafe hopping around the area to try out the cafes around kampong bahru stretch. Despite the excellent coffee, the cafe was quite empty. Apparently the crowd then was at stranger's reunion. What a pity as their coffee is definitely better than theirs.
this place is popular, and it's always crowded. definitely a very serious place for coffee lovers. i have passed by this cafe almost every other day on my way to work so i am glad i can finally pay it a visit...
try their coffees over a croissant... i prefer cold drinks so i had their coffee cookie ice-blend (yum!)
Little Charlene and I love to check out all the best cafes in Singapore! Signing off, wanderingbeansprout
PS: Check out my link to all the best hangouts and cafes we have visited in Singapore! Over 100 and still counting ;) http://wanderingbeansprout.blogspot.sg/2013/02/highlander-coffee.html
I m a lover of breakfast, the western style, simple: expresso, cappuccino and some pastry or small bites. This bar has a good quality expresso, a small but tasty selection of dessert. Pity that the bar is really small and the chairs and tables are located in a passing corridor, not comfortable at all. Overall drop by there is you passing nearby.
Bingsu ice shavings, sweet rice cakes and toasts invade the cafes here. Not typically offered in traditional Korean meals, desserts are served only during special occasions as refreshments, but in Singapore, the tables are turned
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