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Pies and Coffee Cafe in Rochester Mall. Cute vintage pictures adorned the walls and they have interesting items for sale at the counter.
It’s an airy environment that doesn’t make you feel claustrophobic in cramped Singapore which is totally rare for a new café to have such space. There are lots of seats around and it is not noisy or crowded.
We decided to have the turkey ham quiche and ordered a flat white to go along with it.
The crust of the quiche was good, not too thick nor too thin, though the taste was slightly bland. Thought it can be abit saltier. Overall, will still give it a “good” rating!.
The flat white was alright and prices were reasonable.
If you love pies and coffee pairing, this is the place to be.
Pies and Coffee Rochester Mall information:
35 Rochester Drive, #01-02, Singapore 138639
Tel: +65 6570 0080 | Fax: +65 6659 2217
Opening Hours: 9 am to 11 pm (daily)
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