Coffeesmith – Popular Korean Café Coming To Singapore At Orchard Gateway, Opening 24 Hours During Fri & Sat

Coffeesmith – Popular Korean Café Coming To Singapore At Orchard Gateway, Opening 24 Hours During Fri & Sat

Popular Korean coffee chain coffeesmith will be opening soon in Singapore at Orchard Gateway.

The good news is, it is likely to open 24 hours during Fridays and Saturdays. Coffee throughout the night!

In the recent few years, Singapore has seen café chains from Korea setting up stores here, from Paris Baguette, Caffebene, Paik’s Coffee, to ‘Descendants of the Son café’ dal.komm Coffee.

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Coffeesmith has also followed the same formula of advertising aggressively in Korean dramas, from “It’s OK. That’s Love”, “Punch”, “Sweet Stranger and Me”, “Mrs Cop” and “Ruby Ring”. (Okay, I havnt watched them.)

I have been to coffeesmith a couple of times in Seoul, with one of the most popular outlets located at Garousugil which boost of two storeys café space, comfortable woody interior and natural light.

The name coffeesmith is derived from the English suffix “-smith”, which means that someone is a skillful craftsman of one’s product.

Their drinks are “crafted” carefully by blending 5 kinds of quality Arabica coffeebean with craftman’s skill, and you can expect a variety from Vanilla Latte (5,400 Won), Caramel Cappucino (5,400 Won), Café Vienna (5,200 Won), to Caramel Macchiato (5,400 Won).

Their popular dessert offerings include Smith Honey Baguette (6,500 Won), Smith Waffle (8,800 Won), Cappuccino Waffle (12,000 Won), and a selection of cakes.

Check out DFD for the latest updates of the Singapore branch.

coffeesmith Korea
06035 13, Dosan-daero 13-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
Tel: +82 2 3445 3372
Opening Hours: 9:00am – 2:00am (Sun – Fri), 9:00am – 3:00am (Fri – Sat)

coffeesmith Singapore (opening soon)
277, Orchard Road #01-09A, Orchard Gateway, Singapore 238858
Tel: +65 8399 7900
Opening Hours: 9:00am – 3:00am (Sun – Thurs), 24 hours (Fri – Sat)

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