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Arriving by bus # 7, 14, 14E, 16, 65, 106, 111, 123, 175, 502, 502A. Bus-stop no. 09048. Bus-stop name; Lucky Plaza. Nearest Train Station; Orchard MRT continue reading
All Branches (30)
Telephone
6735 8917
Introduction
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
Today
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Restaurant Website
http://www.koicafe.com/en/
Signature Dishes
Assem Black Tea Green Tea Macchiato Hazelnut Milk Tea Milk Tea
Review (5)
Level3 2012-12-31
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Never realised that there was a KOI outlet here in Orchard until today; probably due to the fact that I'm never on this side of the road. Bought hazelnut milk tea with zero sugar as usual and it tastes the same as every other time when I bought it at other outlets, which means that the KOI franchise ensures that all the outlets produce the same quality. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-21
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I was shopping around town with my girlfriend. We happened to walk pass lucky plaza and spotted a branch of koi. without hesitation, we got ourselves a cup to share. I ordered the chocolate milk tea. for koi’s chocolate milk tea, you cannot choose the sugar level, so it was kind of sweet. But the chocolate flavor was very rich. The milk tea flavor was slightly overpowered by the chocolate taste, but I still liked it this way. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-12
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i was walking towards tangs as I passed by lucky plaza and I spotted a koi banner. I did not know that there is actually a koi at orchard road so I followed the address on the banner and went to hunt for my koi. i was so glad to find it, it was actually pretty prominent. I ordered a cup of the green milk tea. There were not many staffs in the stall and I notice only one guy making the drink so it did take some time for my drink to be made. Nevertheless, my green milk tea was really good, it was very smooth. I ordered 25% sweetness and the sugar level was just right for me, not too sweet. The green tea was really fragrant, indeed they did use premium tea leaves to brew their tea. It was worth the wait! continue reading
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Level3 2012-06-07
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KOI is one of my all time favourite. The taste of KOI is wonderful and is always enjoyed by me. This time, I ordered a cup of Milk Tea. It's simple but the taste is sensational. I have only tasted KOI twice and I longed for more. That pleasing taste just makes you want more. It's a drink you and I would never get sick of, even after drinking it for 20 or even 50 times. The temptation to get a cup of KOI every time I pass a KOI outlet would result in me getting my dad to buy a cup. An advantage of KOI is that you get the choose the sugar level you want in your cup of KOI. That way, the drink would be suited to your taste and would definitely enjoy that cup. I wish I could drink KOI everyday, but of course, my parents wouldn't allow and I have to consider my health. =] continue reading
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Level1 2012-03-26
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My friend treat me Milk Tea. I never had their milk tea before as I always ordered Grass Jelly Milk Tea. First try, it was not great. I always ordered 70% sugar level with pearls. Although it was just a plain milk tea, the tea taste that makes it very appealing. The milk tea quite fresh and the pearls was also nice, chewy and QQ. I can even smell the aroma of the tea. Overall, the milk tea was great. continue reading
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