Cafe Hopper Review: Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roastry @ Upper Thomson

This is a new cafe on the block. They took over a corner unit near the former Long House Hawker Center! It was previously Liquid Kitchen and now turned into a boutique cafe! Interior decor is simple but impressive! It’s white in general and even the coffee machine is white in colour. I love the spaciousness of the cafe and cafe goers have enough space to chat with their friends or even sitting alone looking out to the traffic along Upper Thomson road.

I ordered the shrimp and asparagus ragout roll from the menu and was pretty impressed by the creativeness of the breakfast set! The taste was alright and of course you can’t compare them with big western cuisine restaurant! I also ordered the 7oz latte and turned out that the latte is smooth and doesn’t leave behind a after taste. And I was enjoying all of these with a jazzy groove in the background as music!

The overall experience is great and considering that it is only their soft opening! They have not officially open yet and will be soon! You don’t see any cakes in their display shelves for now! A new cafe with lots of potential for growth and development! Just hope that the rent doesn’t kill off creativity and the means to survive!

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Cafe Hopper Review: The Coffee Daily @ Brighton Crescent

Sometimes a planned trip maybe not necessarily turn out well and a random appointment sometimes turn out to be better! This was what happened today when a good friend asked to have lunch! Was rather random but still we decided to go to this cafe at Brighton Crescent. I was really clueless about the place and I discovered that it’s pretty near Chom Chom food center at Serangoon!

When I arrived at the cafe I was totally captured by the retro outlook and knew that this was going to be great! The cafe has a homely team… No uniformed furnishing… All the chairs and tables are randomly mixed and matched! But in their randomness there is a certain retro flair! I love the furnishing and I love the rainbow cake even more. I thought as first it was an ordinary sponge cake kind of rainbow cake. When I took the first bite I knew that the texture of the cake is firm and chewy to the mouth! I love the overall texture! However, it’s a little pricy at $10 per piece. Oh and the way they presented their cake to me was truly a pleasant surprise! Well… My picture tells it all!

I ordered the latte as well! They have different flavor of latte and I think the toffee latte was good! I ordered that because of my dog which has the same name! I love this cafe and I if not because of its inaccessibility, I would make this my regular haunt!

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