Popular South Korean coffee chain Caffebene will open its first Singapore outlet on Wednesday. The 1,400 sq ft cafe will offer 40 varieties of coffee, non-caffeinated latte and smoothies.
Popular picks include the misugaru latte (from $6.50), which is made from a multigrain blend that includes black sesame seeds, brown rice and barley; as well as citron tea ($4.20) and chocolate chip frappeno ($6.30).
The cafe also offers desserts such as bingsu (Korean shaved ice) and Belgian waffles topped with gelato. They include cookies and cream bingsu (from $14.90), which has cream-infused shaved ice studded with crushed cookies bits and tiramisu waffle ($10.90).
Those who prefer savoury bites can go for thick toasts such as the garlic and cheese honey bread ($13.90).
Unique to the Singapore outlet is a gourmet takeaway food section, which offers dishes such as soba salad, salmon mayo wrap and chicken avocado wrap (all $9.90).
Where: 02-150 VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk
Open: 8am to 10pm daily
This article was first published on November 15, 2015.
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