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The Coffee Shot angled location draws the attention of curious onlookers to this café which is situated right at the junction of Cavan Road and Lavender Street. It is really a conducive environment for brunch, lunch or even tea break as it’s beautifully done up with a garden theme. (Read about more cafes in the city Singapore)
From the creative use of creepers hanging overhead from a beam, brown rice sacks, pots of flowers and plants, brown ceramic tiles to fabric chairs and sofa, you will agree that this modern country-style cafe is such a welcoming place to anyone looking for a hideout from a hectic day or just a time of repose.
As I was there for tea, I tried out some of their cakes and coffee. There were a few versions of Blueberry cheesecake which I have tried before, some with chunky blueberries or some with layers of blueberry jam. But when you are at Coffee Shot, do go for their blueberry cheesecake ($6.50) as their version is not too overpowering and the taste is exceptionally simple and clean. There’s nothing too rich about it and it certainly left me digging in for more after my first bite.
The Matcha cheesecake ($6.50) was awfully good too and even for those who find the usual cheesecakes too rich and creamy, you have got to try Coffee Shot’s version. It’s got an excellent subtle taste of Matcha and coupled with a smooth texture and the right level of density, it’s an awesome cheesecake to relish.
Accompanying my cakes was an old school iced- coffee ($3.90) which was rich and carried an aromatic flavor of the beans. It’s deep-toned with a richly balanced finish. The bill for my afternoon tea that day was also very reasonable as prices were nett.
103 Lavender Street, Singapore 338725
Mon: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Wed - Sat: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sun: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
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