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Opening Hours
Today
08:30 - 19:30
Mon - Sun
08:30 - 19:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Chill-out
Restaurant Website
http://cozycornercoffee.com/
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Review (5)
Level4 2014-12-11
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Headed here for a coffeebreak and tried their mocha coffee and waffles with cookies and cream ice-cream. We had 5 cups of mocha and every cup came with a different art which was photo-worthy. The mocha had the right balance of coffee and chocolate. Do stir properly as the chocolate may sink to the bottom of the cup easily. The waffles on the other hand tasted average but any waffles is good with ice-cream, thankfully! continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-26
30 views
It is a rainy day and we decided to have some coffee to warm ourselves up. The café is rather empty, we are the only patrons besides two other customers who are already in the café. That said, the seating capacity is small too. It could seat at most 15-20pax. The drinks range from $4 onwards. I ordered the Americano $4 while my dining partner ordered the Cappuccino $4.50.The drinks are alright – the coffee blend is rather smooth and not too bitter for my Americano. There are definitely better coffees outside, but this is satisfying enough for me. In addition, the café is also quiet so it would make working there conducive as compared to popular cafes. continue reading
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Level4 2014-10-21
37 views
Cozy Corner Coffee is situation in Everton Park, the town that houses several other cafes! It’s quite a quiet cafe but get a lil busy during lunch hours on the weekdays. OL/OMs will drop by for a cuppa from their morning work before continue slogging in the afternoon. A very simple designed cafe with one of their walls filled with graffiti art.They serve some variety of cakes. Most of their food are pre-prepared or convenience food where microwave will help to complete the job. A very simple menu with more emphasize on their coffee and drinks. They have a little choice of paninis, sandwiches, mains, breakfasts.Hot mocha ($5.50): Completed with a cute bear latte art. Smooth consistency with more cocoa note compared to caffeine note.Bread bowl with Chicken Curry ($8.50): Although the dish is basically just microwaveable food. But to my surprise, it is not as bad. The curry is rather thick and i could taste the spicy-ness. Definitely not those diluted ones and not those where the bread after absorbing all the gravy and you seen none of the curry gravy left. They have generous portion of chicken and potatoes too! And the bread bowl is toasted to crispy.Overall, it is quiet and not to crowded to get some work done with complimentary wifi. Service is good, and the lady boss is friendly. If your main goal is to complete your work with a cuppa, here’s your choice! But definitely not suitable for a good lunch hunt.http://poohlovesfood.wordpress.com/2014/10/21/cozy-corner-coffee/ for full review with pics. continue reading
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Level3 2014-05-02
59 views
For more photos and full review, please visit http://thumbsforfood.blogspot.sg/2014/05/cozy-corner-coffee-everton-park.htmlAs the name suggests of this cafe, Cozy Corner Coffee is set in a corner of Everton Park and is a cafe that prides itself with good coffee. They serve up a wide range of brewed coffee as well as flavoured ones. There will be surely something for every coffee lover out there.Walk inside and you will see one side of the wall with black and white graffiti wallpaper. The space is spacious, clean and chic. I particularly like their full length glass doors and windows, making the cafe have an open and welcoming feeling. Cozy Corner has free wifi and we saw several students studying when we were there.Cozy Corner offers some cakes for those with sweet tooth. Prices are quite reasonably ranged from $5.80 to $6 plus. Besides cakes, they also offer Savoury food for the hungry such as Pasta, Lasagne and Paninis all priced below $10. They do not have an extensive selection of food but I guess, is sufficient to food the hungry.As we were there for tea, we tried their Salted Caramel Chocolate Cake. I was a tat bit disappointed because there really wasn't much Salted Caramel Taste. Rather, I felt like I was having a chocolate cake. The chocolate layers were nice and rich but, the cream layers lack oomph.They also have magazines in the cafe for those looking for something to read while having some cake and coffee. What's more to life than an afternoon spent reading while having a slice of cake and a drink? For those who are looking for such a place, Cozy Corner can be on your list. continue reading
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For the full review and more photos, please visit http://makanarts.com/2014/01/12/cozy-corner-coffee-block-4-everton-park/On yet another planned visit to Everton Park, I initially wanted to go to Nylon Coffee Roasters but they were closed by the time I had reached there so I went to Cozy Corner Coffee. Starting out with selling coffee and sandwiches, they eventually expanded to include certain mains such as pastas into their menu.The Flat White ($4.50) tasted not bad with the right amount of milk added. However, it got slightly bitter near the last drop and I also noticed that the staff used Meiji Fresh Milk that is stored in its original bottle to be added into the espresso, which leads me to think whether the milk was steamed before being added into the espresso. Nonetheless, it didn’t affect much of its taste.Consider this place for their sandwiches and mains if you are around here (but not the coffee as there are better alternatives to choose from around Everton Park unless they are closed) continue reading
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