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Old Hen Coffee Bar

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Old Hen Coffee Bar is an intimate and humble space cafe serving specialty coffee and simple comfort foods.

Tue - Thu: 07:30 - 17:30

Fri - Sun: 10:00 - 22:00

Closed: Mon

+65 63415458
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Favourite cold brew :)

Now, I think I might have just found my favourite cold brew in Singapore. Mind you though, I am no coffee connoisseur. I don’t even like coffee. With the slew of coffee houses popping up all over Singapore with promises of artisanal coffee, single-origin sources and in-house blends, cafe-hopping enthusiasts are certainly spoilt for choice, though not necessarily with quality. This is where Old Hen Coffee Bar has my heart. I don’t think I qualify as a fussy eater, but I’m surely hard to impress.

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• 26 Oct 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Favourite cold brew :)

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Now, I think I might have just found my favourite cold brew in Singapore. Mind you though, I am no coffee connoisseur. I don’t even like coffee. With the slew of coffee houses popping up all over Singapore with promises of artisanal coffee, single-origin sources and in-house blends, cafe-hopping enthusiasts are certainly spoilt for choice, though not necessarily with quality. This is where Old Hen Coffee Bar has my heart. I don’t think I qualify as a fussy eater, but I’m surely hard to impress.

Read more at https://thenomcollective.wordpress.com/
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• 20 Aug 2014 • 230 reviews • 4 followers

Another cafe to the list

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What to eat: Add another spot to the Rangoon Road cafe-hop list, Old Hen Coffee Bar rubs shoulders with Jewel Cafe, Wood Shed and Liberty Coffee (among others in the near vicinity) and serves specialty coffee, cakes and light bites in a predictably industrial chic setting. When you visit, grab a stool by the window ledge, which is great for people-watching while sipping a cuppa. What to eat/drink: They serve their espresso-based drinks with beans from Oriole Coffee Roasters. An espresso is $3 and an espresso with milk is $4.50 (148ml). Do try their refreshing bottled cold brew ($6.50) - they serve their's white with the addition of milk and a dash of cream. The food menu is still being tested, but expect a display of cakes (sourced from Kreme Couture and Room for Dessert) and light bites like a smoked salmon sandwhich ($6.50).
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• 14 Aug 2014 • 217 reviews • 5 followers

A Gem at Rangoon Road

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New kid in the neighbourhood!!!

Old Hen Coffee bar is a gem in this location that serves good coffee with very sincere service and cozy atmosphere.

Perfect place to chill!

More pics and thoughts at  http://lepakwithyaops.com/old-hen-coffee-bar-cafe-at-rangoon-road/
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