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14 votes

65360225

Tue - Thu: 08:00 - 20:00

Fri - Sat: 08:00 - 22:00

Sun: 09:00 - 19:00

Closed: Mon

$10 based on 14 reviews
Located in what used to be a Chinese Medical Hall, The Dispensary is a bakery that aims have you walking out feeling better. Have a cup of their house blend coffee and signature cupcakes in a nostalgic environment. See what foodies like this place for
Sihan Lee • 04 Oct 2014237 reviews 40 followers

FOr the complete review with photos, click here http://fundamentally-flawed.blogspot.sg/2014/09/the-dispensary-medication-for-arduously.html 
 
 
 we settled down quickly with our buzzers at hand after placing our orders; however, I wish the more personal type, long-established form of service can be rendered here. With a simple menu to boot, boosted by a sizable amount of cakes and sweets baked in-house, we were quick to settle on our wants . Ham & Cheese toastie ($7.50) for me and Smoked Salmon toastie ($8.50)...

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Sihan Lee • 04 Oct 2014237 reviews 40 followers

FOr the complete review with photos, click here http://fundamentally-flawed.blogspot.sg/2014/09/the-dispensary-medication-for-arduously.html 
 
 
 we settled down quickly with our buzzers at hand after placing our orders; however, I wish the more personal type, long-established form of service can be rendered here. With a simple menu to boot, boosted by a sizable amount of cakes and sweets baked in-house, we were quick to settle on our wants . Ham & Cheese toastie ($7.50) for me and Smoked Salmon toastie ($8.50)...

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The City Nomad • 30 Sep 2014145 reviews 27 followers

Taking up residence in none other than an old abandoned Chinese Medical Hall, this cafe touts house blend coffee, signature cupcakes and other homemade fare in nostalgic surrounds. Keeping with tradition, the baristas here even measure up coffee beans using a traditional Chinese weighing scale - nice touch. Find out more here on City Nomads.

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live2eat.travel • 31 Aug 201478 reviews 0 followers

Americano / Long Black was served in the exact same glass as kopi-o from local coffeeshop but at a few times the price. Could smell a faint aroma of the roasted beans in the smooth cuppa with muted acidity but it was not strong enough and lacked body. Instead of being served in a deep dish with metal fork and spoon, Smoked Duck Pasta came in a ceramic bowl with chopsticks and tablespoon that reminded me of dry mee pok...

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