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Hanging Out Over Coffee at Craftsmen

@ Craftsmen Specialty Coffee: Siglap V, 2 First Street, Singapore 458278

We love to hang out over coffee! Because most of us are easties, at times, you can find us Craftsmen Specialty Coffee. We love their, what else.. coffee! It’s a pity that they close pretty early, for Singapore which comes alive at night! O yes, and clearly, Elyn was in a world of her own…

Other than going to the cinema and eating, the next favourite past time must be chilling at a cafe. Cafe after cafe, and still more cafes are springing up in Singapore. From the fancier ones in town, to the cosy ones in the housing areas, many are worth a visit. During weekends, avoid peak coffee/tea break hours (3pm or so) to ensure that you and your friends get a seat. Some cafes do serve brunch. Some are so popular that you might need to make a reservation before visiting (we checked out Spruce and Wheeler’s Yard too). Late evenings (9pm) on Fridays and Saturdays are also peak cafe hours. For brunch, expect to spend about $15 to $30, depending on where you dine at. A coffee would set you back at about $5-$7, and a slice of cake, $6-$8.

With the crowd, expect some chatter. If you prefer peace and quiet – coffee with a book in hand, visiting cafes on weekday might be a better option for you.

Craftsmen Specialty Coffee
@ Siglap V (2 First Street, Singapore 458278)
Opening hours: 8.30am to 9pm (till 10.30pm on Fridays and Saturdays)

@ Eastwood Centre (20 Eastwood Road, Singapore 486442)
Opening hours: 9am to 7.30pm daily

 

Other cafes we checked out:

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