Although tea has long been the drink of choice in India, the consumption of coffee is vastly increasing across the country. India is the third largest producer of coffee in Asia, and the sixth largest producer in the entire world, so it’s only natural that the nation joins in on the coffee trend.
If you’re one of the many who jumped on the coffee bandwagon, it may be hard for you to find a good coffee spot in Singapore. So, if you’re still looking for a café to help you wake up in the mornings, check out one of these shops that are known for serving some of the best coffee in Little India.
The Countryside Cafe
Catering to Singaporeans and foreigners, the Countryside Cafe has a countryside setting mixed with the rustic elements of Little India. It was started as a place where people who are new to the area can meet, network, and catch up with each other. While you’re meeting someone new, you can try one of the cafe’s many freshly brewed coffees, lattes, and cappuccinos both as a hot drink and an iced, cold drink.
Old Hen Coffee Bar
If you’re looking for a unique brew that shatters the way you know how to make coffee, then head to the Old Hen Coffee Bar. Here, they serve bottled cold brews that can be opened much like a bottle of beer. Their speciality coffees are black, white, and mocha and they can be brewed hot or cold. While at the coffee bar, be sure to try some of their delicious desserts to go with your cuppa joe.
Choice Cuts Goods + Coffee
Founded by DJ collective, Matteblacc, Choice Cuts Goods + Coffee combines street culture, soulful music, and coffee in one place. You can come in and sit down with a nice cup of coffee, but you will definitely stay for the music and cool street merchandise. They host many different events at the store-café, so stay updated and find something that interests you.
Jewel Café and Bar
You won’t find a swankier café than Jewel Café and Bar. The food is beautifully crafted and the drinks transport you to wherever you want to be drinking coffee. You can head to Portland for a black cold drip, or drive along the Golden Gate Bridge with a San Francisco cold drip with a half-and-half. Head to Jewel Café and Bar during brunch for an amazing menu and an equally delicious brew.
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