Costa Coffee further extends its presence into the growing Asian market, tapping into the coffee culture that has gained a stronger following in recent years. Today Costa is the largest & fastest growing coffee shop chain in the UK!
What we had:
Iced Mocha (Primo S$6.50, Medio S$7, Massimo S$7.50)
What we liked:
Hubby & I don’t quite fancy having pastries served at coffee joints; they’re normally not very tasty. Costa has certainly raised the bar with their food & drinks served. Their Panini was super yummy, a word I never expect myself to use on a place like this. The bread was toasted to a crisp, with tasty fillings & portion was generous. Must-try!!
Toastie Deluxe was just any simple ham & cheese toast, but it was real tasty with the melted cheese; apparently one of their hot favourites.
Biting into the Carrot Cake, you’ll taste a scented aroma deriving from the cream. The cake has a princely amount of walnut bits which is wondrously scrummy. Definitely your above-average carrot cake with its moist & soft texture.
The world's 2nd largest coffee chain a been a hit with coffee lovers since it first set up shop at Chevron House last August, for its quality handcrafted coffees made with its signature Mocha Italia flavour, hearty bites & personable service. With 40 years of experience behind them, Costa has discovered the finest beans, equipment & techniques to make sure that every cup makes the grade. Overall, food was better than expected; both cakes & drinks were not too sweet compared to couple of other coffee joints. Hubby & I had a real satisfying breakfast. Ratings: ★★★★☆
Thanks to Costa Coffee for hosting us, & Christiana for your kind arrangements! Apology for delaying our session till now, & I’m glad I didn't miss the boat!
30 Raffles Place
Tel: +65 6534 3893
252 North Bridge Road
#01-45/45A (Beside Robinsons)
Tel: +65 6337 9835
1 HarbourFront Walk
Tel: +65 6276 0514