After its failed predecessor, Dean and DeLuca makes a well-deserved comeback with its brunch fare, viennoiserie and the Hokkaido Purple Yam Cheesecake.
After a streak of terrible dining experiences recently, I wasn’t too sanguine about Coffee Academics opening in Manila.
For the busy, the coffee connoisseur and the traveler, here are three coffee shops I’d recommend you should try around Hudson Yards.
By far the biggest disappointment ever. Omotesando Koffee might be better off not opening in PH at all.
Heaven came in the form of all flavors of tiramisu.
I am not here for Hattendo’s popular cream buns, but I’m here to try out their epic Iberico Katsu Sando. And it could very well be the best katsu sando in Singapore.
If you’re hungry after checking out the Attack on Titan Exhibition, SweetSpot is a sweet spot for a quick bite.
Kohi Roastery and Coffee Bar is probably the only coffee shop where you can get away without paying anything.
Baristart Coffee is a coffee shop that originated from Hokkaido Japan. It serves comfort food and coffee with Hokkaido BIEI Jersey Milk.
Panquecas is a new, Muslim-owned crepe spot serving with local crepe flavors like Apam Balik and Kopi-O.
Probably the closest to NYC and NJ bagels I can find in Singapore, but still not quite. (Not unless they import tap from Catskill Mountains!)
A new coffee shop to study, unwind, or catch up with your friends along Lor Kilat. Cowpresso has Jamaican Blue Mountain and Geisha Colombia.
Upper Thomson Road has a belt of coffee shops and restaurants waiting for you to discover. With Upper Thomson Line opening, it has gotten more convenient to trek this part of Singapore.
Bacha Coffee’s Marina Bay Sands takeaway counter is a huge hit. Here, you can get the most luxurious takeaway coffee in Singapore.
Underwhelming latte with substandard barista service (who kept on talking to loyal patrons and neglected new customers.) Not the best coffee in SG.
The Courtyard offers free-flowing savory treats, scones, coffee, and TWG drinks! This is by far the best value afternoon tea in Singapore.
Flagwhite serves large portion sizes from burgers to chicken parmigiana to mac and cheese entrees. And guess what? No GST and service charge.
Pulled pork egg benedicts on top of corn bread was a whole new level at this hidden neighborhood coffee shop
I’ve found my favorite dessert place in Singapore. This is where you can get the Mont Blanc tart that’s sweeping Japan right now.
Hidden in the back alley of Cluny Court is Prairie by Craftsmen. Duck Confit is a must order at this coffee gem.