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Chock Full Of Beans café is located in the laid back and charming Changi Village suburb. It has a pretty small interior but they do have an alfresco area which can fit another 5 tables or so. You can see it from the main road as you drive along Changi Village. Around brunch time or tea time, there will be a small queue forming outside.
Their specialty is their latte art and yes, we had to order a hot drink to get one. Check out my pretty hello kitty latte art. My daughter will love it! Anyway, it’s really cute and I can see other patrons sneaking a peek when they walk past my table.
Foodwise, I tried the Salmon salad and Linguine Aglio Olio with prawns and squids. When I was there, service was very fast, so I give it a thumbs up rating. The food was good too.
For those who appreciate or want to amuse their kids with pretty latte art, please give Chock full of beans a visit. I will bring my daughter with me again on my next visit.
Chock Full of Beans Information:
Blk 4 Changi Village Road #01-2090 Singapore 500004
Tuesday to Friday:11am - 10pm
Saturday to Sunday: 9am - 10pm
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