Juju Coffee – Day Time Hipster Café, Night Time Korean Food Bar At Bugis
Night time, this space along 5 Tan Quee Lan Street is Joo Bar – a modern Korean food bar.
A change has come up recently. Day time, Juju Coffee takes over, providing those in the vicinity with a space to chill out over cuppa.
In rental expensive Singapore, this day-night concept has worked well for some business partners. Well, provided there is relative level of trust between them.
The interior was adorned in black, white and copper, complemented by dark Korean pinewood furniture specially imported from Korea.
The menu from Juju Coffee is straight-forward – Espresso ($3.50), Black ($4.50), White ($5.50), Iced Black ($5.50), Iced White ($6.00) and Cold Brews ($5.50, $6.00).
For coffee drinkers, the barista may look familiar to you, and you might have seen him at Mavrx Coffee Duxton Hill, or ‘guest-starring’ at some other coffee shops.
Talking about trust, I have tried Eugene’s coffee a couple of times, and have a level of confidence in his skills.
Beans from Allpress Espresso is used, with a blend from Guatemala, Brazil, Sumatra and Columbia.
The latte I had was bold, full bodied and what you could describe as “balance in a cup”.
I liked the Cold Brew too, though a friend thought it could be slightly less milky which I agree.
If you need some food, the Almond Croissant prepared by the Antoinette people makes a worthy pair with your coffee.
5 Tan Quee Lan Street Singapore 188094
Tel: +65 9230 0293
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 4:30pm
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