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Best Coffee Places in Singapore

Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee, Nylon Coffee Roasters, Venture Drive Coffee,  Homeground Coffee Roasters, Chye Seng Huat Hardware, Coffee break, The Coastal Settlement and many more..

Coffee is a simple yet necessary ritual which is followed all across the globe and if you are planning to travel to Singapore then you will find some of the best coffee places in Singapore. Most of the coffee places here source their coffee beans from Kenya, Asia and Colombia which are considered as the most prominent coffee-origin countries in the world. 

All the coffee aficionados must rush to Singapore and enjoy a cup of freshly brewed coffee with a delicious breakfast. The distinct feature about Singapore coffee beans is that it is roasted with margarine and sugar which gives the coffee a distinctive aroma and taste. Places like Atlas Coffeehouse and Plain Vanilla are known for the quality of their beans as well as the different experiments which they do with these shots. 
Whether you're seeking a traditional brew or exploring the vibrant cafe scene, indulging in a Singapore package offers an exquisite journey through the rich flavors and aromas of coffee culture.

Here are some of the best coffee places in Singapore :- 

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Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee

Started as a wholesaler for coffee beans, Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee is one of the best coffee places in Singapore. They have two outlets in Vivo city’s Fairprice Xtra and Fusionopolis. You must definitely try their Pollen White, Iced Latte and Mocha which is best in the city. Please note that their prices vary across outlets so you must plan your visit accordingly.

- 170 Stirling Road, #01-1133, Singapore 140170

- Mon-Fri 8:30am to 5:30pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 4pm

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Nylon Coffee Roasters

Established in 2012, Nylon Coffee Roasters is one of the most prominent Singapore coffee places. They take pride in sourcing the best coffee beans in the city. They witness long queues at any time of the day because of such a strong following. You can also buy these coffee beans at their front desk. Most enthusiasts love their White coffee with oat milk and Ethiopia Haru including peach, jasmine and lime flavors.

Some of the coffees offered here are seasonal due to its ingredients.

- 4 Everton Park, #01-04, Singapore 080004

- Wed-Fri 8:30am to 4pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 4:30pm

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Venture Drive Coffee

Venture Drive coffee is an underrated Westside cafe with a minimalist setting. The cafe comprises a sleek bar and monochromatic decks where you can see the barista making your coffee live. If you wish to enjoy the complete flavors of the beans then you must go for their Iced Black and stay hydrated in Singapore’s heat. However, if you are not a fan of black coffee then their Iced White makes for a great alternative. 

- 2 Venture Drive, #02-41, Vision Exchange, Singapore 608526

- Mon-Fri 9am to 6pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 6pm

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Homeground Coffee Roasters

Katong is home to some of the best coffee places in Singapore and Homeground Coffee Roaster is one of them. This beautiful coffee place also provides coffee making classes and guides. You must definitely try their signature Lollipop blend White coffee which includes white chocolate notes with a malty finish. Also try their filter coffee as Breakfast in Bed Blend with maple syrup.

If you are seeking a fuller meal they also offer finger-lickingmains, light bites and pastries.

Location - 475 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427682

Timing - Fri - Tue 9am to 6pm

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Chye Seng Huat Hardware

Chye Seng Huat Hardware is the flagship place for coffee roasters. Exhibiting industrial-chic vibes, most people go to this Singapore coffee place for brunch. They have a unique coffee bar where you can get a 360-degrees view of the barista working on your coffee. You must definitely try their Cold Brew Red which is made from jasmine tea and coffee cherries.

If you don’t feel like trying something new then you can always go with their Latte which is made from roasted coffee beans and leaves a nutty aftertaste.

Location - 150 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207563

Timing - Daily 9am to 9pm

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Started as a takeaway joint in International Plaza, Alchemist is famous for its storefront which looks like a Khong Guan biscuit container. Alchemist is one of the best coffee places in Singapore and has five outlets to their name today. They serve a variety of coffees from seasonal pour-overs to the standard espresso-based coffees.

The coffee beans used here are shipped from Kenya, Colombia and other regions so that only the best coffee is served to the customers. The cafe also sells pastries to go with your coffee.

Location - 2 MacTaggart Road, #01-01, Khong Guan Building, Singapore 368079

Timing - Mon-Fri 8 am to 5pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 6pm

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Double Up Coffee

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Filled with quirky skateboard tables and old-school chairs, Double Up Coffee is one of the most prominent Singapore coffee places. The cafe is really aesthetic and makes for a stunning backdrop for your Instagram profile. Aesthetics aside, the menu here comprises coffee, non-coffee drinks and several desserts that will make you visit this place again and again.

Their conventional latte is called Spro with Milk where ‘spro’ stands for espresso. They source their coffee beans from a local cafe, Bearded Bella to maintain various flavors in their menu.

Location - 7 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199319

Timing - Mon, Wed-Thur, Sun 10am to 6pm

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Old Hen Coffee Bar

Known for its extensive range of cold brews,  Old Hen Coffee bar is considered as one of the best coffee places in Singapore. Their menu includes mains, desserts and brunch so you can get a full fledged meal here. You must definitely try their White Cold Brew Coffee which is aromatic and creamy and ideal for basic coffee drinkers.

If you are a fan of chocolate then you must try their Cold Mocha to get the best of both worlds. They have another outlet at Owen Road  with a larger selection of food.

Location - 88 Rangoon Road, #01-03, Singapore 218374

Timing - Daily 9:30am to 6:30pm

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Glyph Supply Co

Located at the 111 Somerset mall, Glyph Supply Co is a great Singapore coffee place and worthy of adding to their list. They serve seasonal filter coffees but their Cold Brew, White and Black are a must try for everyone. The unique characteristic about this cafe is that they roast their own coffee beans. The coffee beans are sourced from Ethiopia which adds a fruity flavor of stewed blueberries and apricot.

Location - 111 Somerset Road, #01-06, TripleOne Somerset, Singapore 23816

Timing - Mon-Wed 8:30am to 5pm, Thurs-Sun 8:30am to 7pm

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Glass Roasters

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If you are looking for a place to enjoy your coffee with waffles and ice cream then Glass Roasters is the ideal place for you. It is located in Faber Drive that shares space with Gelatolabo. They have a simple menu serving only black and white coffee. These are filled with fruity undertones, robust and have a slightly acidic finish.

You can also top up the milk in your drink for soy or oat alternatives. Please note that Glass Roasters is not a halal-ceterfied cafe.

Location - 108 Faber Drive, Singapore 129418

Timing - Mon-Tue, Thur 9am to 10pm, Fri-Sun 9am to 10:30pm

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Baristart Coffee

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Established initially in Hokkaido, the Baristart Coffee is famous for their white coffees made from fesh Hokkaido BIEI Jersey Milk.

This milk is particularly extra creamy and comes from Brown Jersey Cows that make up for only one percent of Japan’s cow population. You can enjoy this milk in their special BIEI Jersey Milk Coffee which comprises a ristretto shot.

Other than their signature drink, you can also get the Latte which includes freshly made caramel and BIEI custard choux pastry filled with cream puff.

Location - 65 Tras Street, Singapore 079004

Timing - Daily 10am to 10pm

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Tiong Hoe Specialty Coffee

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Tiong Hoe Speciality Coffee is a wholesaler, specialty coffee shop that also deals in coffee beans and coffee equipment. They carry coffee beans from at least 20 different origins such as Africa, South America and Asia.

The coffee beans are available for both retail and as drinks in their menu. The staff members and baristas exhibit deep compassion about coffee so you can engage in a conversation about it with them anytime you want and learn new facts about it.

Location - 170 Stirling Road #01-1133 Singapore 140170

Timing - Weekdays 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM, Weekends 9 AM to 4 PM

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The Wired Monkey

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Introduced as one of the new additions to Dunlop Street, the Wired Monkey is a hipster cafe with a conventional seating layout.This cafe serves some of the most amazing burgers as well as toast in Singapore.

Beverages offered here include specialty coffee, tea and other typical drinks available at a cafe. You must definitely try their Sweet Potato Fries which are to die for. Their banana cafe is light and fluffy with a side of banana sweetness which goes decently with a cup of coffee.

Location - 5 Dunlop St, #01-00, Singapore 209335

Timing - Weekdays 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM, Weekends 8:30 AM to 5 PM

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Craftsmen Specialty Coffee

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Craftsmen Specialty coffee is one of the independent Singapore coffee places that serve different varieties of freshly brewed coffee and delicious brunches. It was established in 2013 and sources its coffee beans from some of the best coffee plantation regions of the world such as Costa Rica, Ethiopia, Kenya, Brazil and many more.

The distinct feature about their coffee is that they leave you with an exotic aftertaste and aroma after every sip. You can also purchase their coffee beans at their outlets.

- Multiple Outlets

- Everyday 8 AM to 9 PM

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The Coastal Settlement

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The Coastal Settlement is an amalgamation of casual dining, cafe and bar situated in Netheravon, Singapore. This Singapore coffee place is surrounded by lush green valleys and green fields. You can also take a sneak peak while dining by the sea in front of the restaurant.

The interior of this beautiful and unique restaurant will give you musem-like vibes as it is filled with paintings, nostalgic gadgets, vintage vehicles and antique furniture. You can take a moment to relax here and take a look at the history of the country.

Location - 200 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508529

Timing - Weekdays 10:30 AM to 11 PM, Weekends 8:30 AM to 11 PM

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Coffee Break

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Coffee Break is one of the most prominent family-owned coffee shops in Singapore. They have always stayed rooted to their tradition along with exploring new varieties for coffee. Their coffee is sourced from the best Robusta farms around the city. Their tea is shipped and selected from the fertile regions of the world such as Assam and Ceylon to give their customers the best experience.

You can also purchase coffee beans and its equipment from the store so that you can witness this amazing experience at your house too.

Location - 7 Maxwell Rd, #02-78, Singapore 069111

Timing - Monday, Thursday - Saturday - 7:30 AM to 2:30 PM, Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday closed

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Afterglow by Anglow

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Afterglow by Anglow is famous as a vegetarian restaurant with numerous creative dishes. With the rising trend in the demand of plant-based food items, this restaurant has taken over the Singapore market by a storm. They have changed the misconception that vegetables are boring or tasteless in any form.

If you are planning to visit Keong Saik road, then you must definitely try their Raw Guacamole Dip platter which comes with a blend of onion, tomato and avocado along with exotic spices.

Location - 24 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089131

Timing - Everyday 12 PM to 10 PM, Sunday closed

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Enchanted Cafe

The Mosaico Enchanted Cafe is a beautifully designed eatery that offers excellent coffee and delicious food. It is considered as one of the best coffee places in Singapore. This cafe will turn out to be your everyday hideout space where you can hang out day in and out as it is open for 24 hours.

The ambience of the cafe is beautiful both inside and outside the cafe. You will find a unique birdcage sitting area where you can enjoy your meal in a fairytale like atmosphere.

Location - 88 Rangoon Rd, #01-04, Singapore 218374

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Tiong Bahru Bakery

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Tiong Bahru Bakery is an artisan bakery which is home to handmade croissants and premium crepes served with freshly brewed coffee. The bakers here are perfectionist so they make sure that the customers get each and every flavor of the dish being served. People from all across the city visit this bakery to try their quality breads and freshly baked pastries.

You must definitely try their squid ink baguette, pandan flan, apple crumble and round lemon tart.

Location - 43 Jalan Merah Saga, 01-74 Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278115

Timing - Everyday, 7:30 AM to 7 PM.

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Elixir Boutique Roasters

Elixir Boutique roaster is a small Singapore coffee place offering bold and strong espresso roast. This cafe transports you back to the original cafe culture based in Melbourne while you try their dark roast coffees. They are popular for their espresso roast with a unique expression of flavour. This cafe is an ideal place to brunch with your friends and family. The vibrant colors of the plate and cutlery plays an important role in giving you a visual feast.

Location - 10 Jalan Serene, #01-03A, Singapore 258748

Timing - Everyday,8:30 PM to 4PM, Wednesday Closed

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    1.) Enchanted Cafe - The Mosaico Enchanted Cafe is a beautifully designed eatery that offers excellent coffee and delicious food. It is considered as one of the best coffee places in Singapore. This cafe will turn out to be your everyday hideout space where you can hang out day in and out as it is open for 24 hours.

    2.) Old Hen Coffee Bar - Known for its extensive range of cold brews,  Old Hen Coffee bar is considered as one of the best coffee places in Singapore. Their menu includes mains, desserts and brunch so you can get a full fledged meal here. You must definitely try their White Cold Brew Coffee which is aromatic and creamy and ideal for basic coffee drinkers.

    3.) Venture Drive Coffee - Venture Drive coffee is an underrated Westside cafe with a minimalist setting. The cafe comprises a sleek bar and monochromatic decks where you can see the barista making your coffee live. 

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