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Telephone
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Introduction
Chock full of beans, an ideal cafe for people looking for a laid-back and cosy place to chill out with family and friends. With a wide variety of food choices ranging from pasta, pizza, cakes and sandwiches, you will definitely be spoilt for choice. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
09:00 - 22:00
Mon
Closed
Tue - Fri
11:00 - 22:00
Sat - Sun
09:00 - 22:00
Payment Method
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Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/cfob.changi
Review (35)
Level2 2016-08-12
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Liked the full flavor of the cup of Magic. The Flat White was okay. But the artwork was just amazing! continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-01
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So I decided to visit CFOBs again! I had two prior good experiences and this time I made sure to come early to be able to get 3D lattes!! 30 mins before closing, the barista will not do 3D lattes! So come early!!I was delighted to get a strawberry shortcake while waiting for my latte to be done. The cake was presented on a plate with a chocolate syrup gingerbreadman so cute right? ^_^ we cam whored with it for a bit.. The cake itself was delicious.. It was fluffy and had sooooooo many strawberries in it, my friend commented that it was very value for money since there were so many strawberries. But sadly, for me, I wanted more actual sponge cake/butter cream to taste.  The hazelnut latte itself wasn't sweet, it was kinda bitte actually.. right down to the bottom, i was expecting some form of sweetness at some point, but oh well! I'm perfectly happy starring at the doraemon while drinking   continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-17
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Today I am in area for lunch in between lesson, and decide to have lunch in this cafe. The cafe is located at the end of a HDB block. At the entrance of the cafe, there is a machine for table waiting system where one has to key in the number of people and mobile number. One will receive a message when there is a table available. As there is available table, I am quickly showed to a table by the entrance. There is in door and outdoor dine in area. Although there is air con in the indoor dine in area, one can barely feel it. At the counter, there is display of delicious looking of slice cakes. Take note that the restroom is at the back of the cafe. One has to go out of the cafe in order to reach it.Since the cafe is known for its 3D Latte Art, I decide to check with the staff which are the drinks that has it. From the staff, only drinks (Iced Cafe Latte, Iced Vanilla Latte, Iced Hazelnut Latte, Iced Mocha, Iced Caramel Macchiato, Iced Rose Latte, Iced Baileys Latte) from the Iced Coffee section have it. So I decide to have a Iced Cafe Latte with 3D Latte Art on, which I am been informed that there will be a 30 minutes waiting time.Iced Cafe Latte ($6++)The drink is served about 20 minutes later with a Doraemon character on top. So cute looking. The drink is served with a small jug of syrup to sweeten the drink. The drink itself tastes average.Roasted Pork Roulade & Eggs ($16++)Pork Roulade/ Scrambled Eggs/ Lyonnaise Potatoes/ Salad/ Roasted Tomato/ Homemade Toast/ Dijon Cream SauceThe roulade is not what I expected as it looks more like sliced ham. Serving is quite huge.Overall the food is average. The place is packed, so be prepared to wait awhile for food to be served. Payment is to be made at counter after finishing the meal. continue reading
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Level2 2014-09-16
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We went back on a separate occasion for CFOB's 3D latte art ♥More photos of the mains and previous visit here: Gotten a My Melody latte art work on the iced caramel macchiato The 3D latte art is done mainly on iced coffees because a colder temperature enables the frothed milk (the "foam" that makes the latte artwork) to stay put longer.Another reason is because iced coffees are usually served with straws. Hence, we get to drink the coffee from the bottom of the cup instead of consuming a whole lot of frothed milk at the top if we were to drink directly from the cup.Our hazelnut latte came with a kitty 3D art.Looks a bit like a 招财猫 After drinking the coffee, the frothed milk still remains, and you can see the paws of the kitty by the side of the glass still. haha!More photos of the mains and previous visit here: http://oyhz.blogspot.sg/2013/06/chock-full-of-beans.html continue reading
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Level4 2014-06-15
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Tucked away in a hidden HDB block is Chock Full of Beans, filled with a steady stream of patrons coming and leaving. Tonight the Beau and I drove all the way to its location at Block 4 Changi Village Road #01-2090, Singapore 500004 having heard positive reviews about it from various sources.Done in warm, cosy earth tones and comfortable wooden tables, Chock Full of Beans exudes inviting vibes to passerbys as well as its current customers. It was not a huge cafe but its open location made for good traffic and is easy to spot.I had the Linguine Pesto with Chicken (SGD$16.00) - with chicken, pesto, garlic, cherry tomatoes and parmesan cheese. Before I sprinkled on the usual (obscene) amount of Tabasco sauce and chilli flakes, we tasted the pasta in its original form. It was surprisingly tasty despite the deceptively simple ingredients and name. The flavor was strong and came as a punch to me especially, expecting it to be bland or average. The pasta also held up well on its springy (QQ) texture despite the sumptuous (olive oil?) gravy it was draped in.The Beau selected the Spaghetti and Beef Meatballs (SGD$17.00) - beef meatballs, tomato sauce, parmesan cheese and parsley. This was another palatable dish with a strong tomato-based flavor, bouncy pasta and meatballs that were succulent and chewy.The Beau waited close to 20 minutes (we were informed of the waiting time) for his Ice Hazelnut Latte (SGD$6.50). The cat / tiger created out of foam was indeed very adorable, making it appear almost cruel to have to slurp it up eventually. The 3-D latte art is only available for selected iced beverages by the way. The hazelnut taste was very strong, its creamy nut flavor hitting us in pangs of deliciousness. After a few sips though, we thought it was a tad overwhelming.For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/06/dinner-at-chock-full-of-beans-cafe.html continue reading
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