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Ronin

3.8

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20 reviews

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Ronin is a very relaxing and cozy setting cafe serving dishes such as scrambled eggs, sandwiches and French toast.

Daily: 08:00 - 20:00

$19 based on 23 submissions
Brunch (10 votes), Breakfast (8 votes), Chillout (5 votes)
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Ingenious little hangout and coffee is Super

The name of this place, isn't the only thing cool about this place.
Its a very clever little place for coffee, food and a good conversation.

Food/Drink: Coffee was excellent. The special that day was a mint mocha. We were only there for arvo coffee and brownie. 
Value: Well priced
Ambience: dark industrial interiors, mysterious yet an absolute good hangout with friends for a good chatter.
Service: Staff were polite and on the ball

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• 13 Jun 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Ingenious little hangout and coffee is Super

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The name of this place, isn't the only thing cool about this place.
Its a very clever little place for coffee, food and a good conversation.

Food/Drink: Coffee was excellent. The special that day was a mint mocha. We were only there for arvo coffee and brownie. 
Value: Well priced
Ambience: dark industrial interiors, mysterious yet an absolute good hangout with friends for a good chatter.
Service: Staff were polite and on the ball
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• 03 May 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

GREAT FOOD

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our table got all of its speciality - dirty ronin, scrambled eggs, French toast, wicked, matcha toning. I personality had their matcha toning and French toast and boy oh boy was it amazing. I tried all and thought that the French toast was the best of all. Service was rather good too! We were served immediately and the staff took the initiative to approach us to take our orders :-) went there on Sunday at around 6 and there weren't too many people - many were just chilling out! Ambience was great and I would totally go back just to hang out! Only downside was that seats were generally in 2s or in large groups so privacy may be compromised!
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• 30 Jan 2015 • 30 reviews • 4 followers

Nice Matcha Toning

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This is an adapted review. The full review and more photos are available at my blog here:
http://draftsfromcoffeetable.blogspot.com/2015/01/singapore-food-blog-ronin-cafe-aka-17.html

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As we got ourselves seated, we were asked for our choice of coffee, as if we already know what to order. Then again, most of the patrons were either returning customers or people like me who were driven by online recommendations of their signature drinks, in my case, The Wicked and Matcha Toning. Our Matcha Toning and The Wicked arrived with much awe, the former’s dual tone catching our camera’s attention while the latter, a minty mocha with a mint leave to match, captivated our tastebuds. We added an order of Brioche French Toast to go with the drinks, which soft fluffy brioche earned our praises although the health conscious among us resisted from spreading too much syrup onto the bread.
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  • Matcha Toning

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