Good news for coffee lovers, Nylon Coffee Roasters has reopened with a brand-new look and the same great beans and java.
Nylon Coffee is quietly situated within the Everton Park public housing complex, and the quaint coffee bar and roastery is known for offering quality seasonal blends.
Tiny and humble, this small-scale, single-room coffee house has won the hearts of coffee fanatics over the years.
(Photos taken before “Circuit Breaker” period)
After the revamp, the interior looks more modern and spacious, with different pockets of sitting areas, long benches and seats for coffee drinkers to chillax a little, while maintaining their social distance.
There is a long, communal table where patrons can stand around after they have placed their order.
The sun-lit interior is coloured with soothing, earthy shades, and some pastel paintings to provide some accents.
Talking about social-distancing, the cafe would like customers to understand and act responsibility for the community.
There is a limit of the number of persons consuming in the shop at any one time; while a maximum of 3 persons are allowed in the queue on designated markings.
Customers also have to respect the 1 metre spacing (at least); while in the shop contactless payment is highly recommended.
On that note, I do have something to add (and this applies to other coffee places as well). If anyone has finished their coffee, try not to linger around or treat the space as somewhere for long (and loud) chats.
Finish and go; so that people outside can quickly get their coffee as well.
The coffee menu at Nylon is always rotating depending on seasonal availability.
They work closely with coffee producers, to the extent of visiting farms and cooperatives to build better relationships with their partners and workers.
Another thing to note is Nylon Coffee has somehow kept their prices reasonable since its opening days from 2012, with a Long Black priced at $3.50, and medium White at $4.50.
In addition, seniors aged 60 and above are entitled to a $0.50 discount.
Their White is known to be smooth and balanced, aromatic and without that strong acidic aftertaste.
Filter coffees offer you an array of options to choose from, such as Ethiopia Danse Mormora ($6.00), Guatemala Finca Vista Hermosa ($5.50), Nicaragua San Jose ($5.50), and Ethiopia Haru ($6.00).
Feeling in need of a chill-me-down, I ordered the Iced Summer Spritz ($6.50) of Ethiopia Aricha Espresso with Old World Tonic, with lovely blackberry and floral notes while being totally refreshing.
4 Everton Park, #01-40, Singapore 080004
Tel: +65 6220 2330
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 4pm (Wed – Fri), 9am – 4:30pm (Sat – Sun), Closed Mon, Tues
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I think there’s typo error in your post about Nylon roasters. I guess you mean “Free shipping” not “free shopping”.
Hi, they don’t serve seasonal blends anymore