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KOI Cafe was established in 2006 and came to Singapore in 2007. The first outlet in Singapore was in Toa Payoh. Most of the ingredients used in the making of the drinks are imported from Taiwan, in a bid to bring the authentic taste of Taiwanese milk tea to locals. continue reading
Opening Hours
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Assem Black Tea Green Tea Macchiato Hazelnut Milk Tea Milk Tea
Review (2)
Level4 2013-06-17
Located at a strategic area, whereby commuters who just alighted MRT and heading towards Star Vista will actually pass by the shop.The area was newly furnished with bright and attractive lights. The staff were very occupied as there were number of incoming orders. However, my waiting time is about 5 minutes and still acceptable. Order a regular peach macchiato, stated as new flavour on their board with my choice of sugar level at 50%. Queues number were given to customers. My cup of KOI was dressed up with a plastic carrier.The sugar level of the drink suits me well. Come with a thick layer of milk/cream above the drink.A blade was given and no straw was given. How to drink? The proper way to drink macchiato: 1) make use of the plastic blade given2) slit an opening about 2-3cm at the edge of the plastic cover.3) drink it straight fromthe opening4) enjoy the perfect combination of cream and peach tea continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-05-13
I have tried many bubble teas, especially red aka black tea, which includes KOI. I always wonder what makes the crowd gather at KOI and what makes them so special as compared to other bubble tea shops. I don't really find a different except for the pricing and their pearls. From $2.10, it recently increased to $2.40 for a small. To me, there's nothing much about a pure black tea as compared to others in their menu which required more ingredients into it. Not very worth. And as for the pearls, they should learn from Tea 12 Reach where they let customers choose the size of pearls they want from mini to normal size.Overall, I like iced black tea a lot and always only go for that. What KOI stands out a little from others is that a sip of their black tea won't make you feel that dry in your mouth. I wonder if it is because of the sugar level. Usually I will opt for the small size with 50% sugar and pearls. So maybe that's why. But it is good to have such choices in place because nowadays many people are more health-conscious. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)