This sophisticated boutique cafe got its name
from El Salvadorian Pacamara Arabica coffee beans. Pacamara took over the shop
front of Liquid Kitchen and is easily sighted when you drive along the row of
cafes and restaurants along Upper Thomson Road.
With its white-washed walls and chic design,
one would have mistaken that he or she is in a café sipping coffee in a hip
suburb of Australia. Enveloping the sides are full glass windows that attract
curious onlookers and gives the whole place good natural lighting. The baristas are systematically arranged in a
row alongside the glass windows and they exude warmth and smiles when taking my
Their red velvet cake is aesthetically pretty
and I just had to order and Instagram it. It was not a mistake at all. It not
only presents a rich cream cheese at the top, but it flavours down to a stack
of sponge covered and mixed with red dates to give its audacious colour.
Pacamara is all about coffee and the strong
coffee aroma fills the air. So I could not miss it even though I was yielding
for a cold soda on this hot sunny day. I tried the iced mocha ($6) and the
bitter sweet experience in every sip was great. I thoroughly enjoyed it and will
recommend to mocha lovers.
You'll definitely be back for more of their
P.S. Just to add, they do sell coffee supplies
for you to make your own cuppa at home!