If you are in search of a unique and vibrant café in the heart of Singapore, you may find yourself enchanted by the Glass Roasters café.

Among the myriad of coffee shops sprinkled across Singapore, the recently opened Glass Roasters in Tiong Bahru is quite a find for the coffee aficionados.

With two other outlets at Everton Park and Faber Drive (which we first wrote about during COVID days), Glass Roasters have further broadened their footprint.

Now it is time for you to search for this captivating, albeit slightly hidden, outlet at 60 Seng Poh Lane.

You will find a quaint, small café space that may not to able accommodate large groups but emits an ambiance of relaxed intimacy.

For those who enjoy basking in the vibrant Singaporean weather, there are some outdoor seating options, to enjoy your coffee amidst the rustic charm of Tiong Bahru.

The real magic of Glass Roasters lies within the alchemical art of its coffee creations.

The café serves a repertoire of classic coffees such as Black ($5), White ($6), and Mocha ($7), but there are also some distinctive Lattes.

There are the Macadamia Latte ($6.50), Taro Latte ($7.50) which offers a blend of earthy sweetness, and Chai Oat ($7) with warming spices of chai and the creaminess of oat milk for those seeking a dairy-free alternative.

The café takes pride in its rotating selection of coffee beans. The Popayan, a Colombian single-origin bean, is noteworthy.

It offers a balanced cup profile with its intricate interplay of floral and caramel notes.

Additionally, they serve the Jairo Arcila (at an extra dollar) known for its wine yeast and peach co-fermentation, providing a rich and complex flavour profile.

There is a small selection of pastries to go along with your coffee.

The Shokupan Toast with jam serves as a comforting breakfast staple, while the Dark Chocolate with Almond Tart and the Yuzu and Choco Shavings Tart cater to those craving something sweet and tangy.

The Madeleines, available in chocolate, yuzu, and original flavours, are bites of airy sweetness. Not to be overlooked is their Banana Bread.

The space may be small, and location slightly hidden, but the ‘adventure’ of finding this café is all part of the charm.

Glass Roasters – Tiong Bahru
60 Seng Poh Lane, Singapore 160060
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 5pm (Mon – Sun)

5 Everton Park, 01-36, Singapore 080005
Opening Hours: 9am – 4:30pm (Wed – Fri), Closed Sat – Tues

108 Faber Drive, Singapore 129418
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm (Mon, Wed – Sun), Closed Tues

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