(This F&B establishment had since ceased operations.)
This is actually one of your first few times I have ended up visiting a cafe for its name; one of the rare times when a cafe’s name does not involve a number, a noun and the word “coffee”.
Situated along Changi Road, its pretty inaccessible if you are one who prefers travelling on MRT, but its actually not too far from the nearest bus stop. A simplistic space, its quite easy to miss as its pretty much camouflaged by the eateries around it. Currently in the soft launch phase, it serves only coffee, and payment is by tip basis.
They do have espresso-based coffees, but I was in for their Cold Brew instead. On the day of the visit, they were using blends from Common Man Coffee Roasters which are known for its fruity punch due to its heavy body. What I experienced from their Cold Brew was slightly different; while the flavour seems to be fully extracted from the beans, I cannot deny on how smooth and comforting it is. Basically, it still packs that fruity punch, but its not at all overwhelming. That nutty finish also left not much aftertaste behind, which I thought was rather well-executed.
I really wanted to try their Flat White, but I decided against it because I was heading to my usual spot for some coffee; maybe that means another visit after their official opening perhaps? According to the owner, they have intentions to serve food, cakes and pastries in the day, while having a tapas menu complete with craft beer after the evening. A spot that’s worth watching out!
301 Changi Road