Desserts, Coffee, Tea

Baristart Coffee at Tras Street

Tanjong Pagar is home to a thriving coffee scene and there are so many cafes to discover in the area around the MRT Station. Among the conserved shophouses of Tras Street is a cafe with an understated shopfront. Baristart Coffee at 65 Tras Street has a small signboard and its windows and doors have darkened …

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Joe & Dough – cake and coffee in PLQ Mall and DUO Galleria

Home-grown cafe Joe & Dough seems to be everywhere. Started in 2009 by founders Damien Koh and his wife Dawn, they have grown the business from a small outlet to a network of 11 outlets all over Singapore. We visited Joe & Dough on a number of occasions, the most recent being visits to the …

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Just Dough Suntec City, an alternative to kaya toast & kopi

Just Dough Suntec City serves a wide variety of food. But the star attraction are their steamed buns. They are basically like man tou, but produced in many flavours and appearances. These buns are also served with coffee and half boiled eggs and sold as a breakfast set. Which makes them a colourful alternative to …

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Souffle Pancakes at fluffstack @ Suntec City West Wing

Tempura, sushi and matcha desserts are among the much loved Japanese food in Singapore. A food item that may not be readily associated with Japan but seems to be in vogue here is souffle pancake. The new fluffstack @ Suntec City West Wing is another cafe in Singapore that has opened to cater to craze …

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The Daily Scoop Ice Cream – a dose of happiness

The word “scoop” goes back to the early 14th century, derived from a Dutch word for “utensil for bailing out,” or a Germanic word for “bucket for bailing water,”; and the journalistic sense of “news published before a rival” is first recorded in 1874 (according to Online Etymology Dictionary). With Singaporean’s obsession with food, “scoop” …

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