Nana's concept is based on green tea originated from Japan. which has many benefits to our body, including its cancer-fighting properties.
Nana's Green Tea interior is lined with four rows of suspended square frames, similar to the exterior where there are unique tables that seats 4 to 6 persons per square frame. This clever arrangement of the lit frames allows customers to enjoy modern Japanese cuisine privately despite being in an open concept space.
Touted as the #Starbucks of Japan, the café has a mind-boggling array of interesting teas & desserts to complement your food. Hubby & I actually spent some minutes studying their list of teas in their menu.
I had the #Matcha Float (抹茶フロート) @ S$ 8.50. It’s basically a Japanese tea latte topped with a delicious scoop of matcha ice cream. Tea was not too sweet, just nice & rich to my liking. If you prefer something hot, try their Hoji-Cha (ほうじ茶) @ S$ 5.50, which is a roasted premium green tea.
If you’re wondering what #LocoMoco means, it’s actually a Hawaiian traditional meal made popular in Japan, which consists of white rice, topped with a hamburger patty, fried egg & brown gravy. The version here has a healthy mixed of lettuce, tomato & broccoli, making this a wholesome meal.
Nana’s menu offers the standard Japanese food items, nothing to rave about although quality of food wasn't not too bad. But I’ve to admit they do have quite an extensive assortment of #Tea. The café is now a favourite amongst a new generation of tea drinkers who’re looking for tasty & artistic matcha creations, & the Singapore café is the first outlet outside #Japan!
Thank again Nana’s Green Tea, for the invitation! Special thanks to Bobby, Diana & Cecilia for the kind arrangements!
Nana's Green Tea (ナナズ・グリーンティ)
68 Orchard Road
#03-80/82 Plaza Singapura
Tel: +65 6684 4312