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Socks & Pans Socks & Pans combines the local coffee culture of brewing coffee in filter socks and delectable thin crust pizzas with a twist.

Mon - Fri: 08:00 - 20:00

Sat: 09:00 - 17:00

Closed: Sun

+65 65363310
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great place, food & kopi!

craving for pizzas, sandwiches, pastas, but at the same time craving for some traditional coffee and some kaya toast?

here in Socks & Pans - one stop serves all your cravings!

savour in unique flavours of pizzas, such as their hei bi hiam and tom yum fish pizzas! and of cos the all-time faves hawaiian pizza is available as well!

a selection of pastas and if you're undecided, try their very own prawn & bacon pasta for the cream-base lovers! or get their aglio that's yummy too!

need some coffee to start the day? Here's the right place! traditional coffee (or kopi-o) with your preference - 'gao', 'less gao' and so on! haven't tried latte / mocha / cappuccino made with traditional coffee? go grab a cuppa with some kaya toast!!

if you haven't tried the yummy food here yet, drop by to dine-in or takeaway. deliveries are available too (selected locations only)! :)

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• 01 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

great place, food & kopi!

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craving for pizzas, sandwiches, pastas, but at the same time craving for some traditional coffee and some kaya toast?

here in Socks & Pans - one stop serves all your cravings!

savour in unique flavours of pizzas, such as their hei bi hiam and tom yum fish pizzas! and of cos the all-time faves hawaiian pizza is available as well!

a selection of pastas and if you're undecided, try their very own prawn & bacon pasta for the cream-base lovers! or get their aglio that's yummy too!

need some coffee to start the day? Here's the right place! traditional coffee (or kopi-o) with your preference - 'gao', 'less gao' and so on! haven't tried latte / mocha / cappuccino made with traditional coffee? go grab a cuppa with some kaya toast!!

if you haven't tried the yummy food here yet, drop by to dine-in or takeaway. deliveries are available too (selected locations only)! :)
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