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Introduction
Twenty-one years of history behind the art of brewing gourmet coffee has not dampened O’Coffee Club’s spirit of innovation. Every steaming cup of java, scrumptious morsel of food, and intricate twirl of dessert is a meal served as an orchestrated, holistic, experience of delight to satisfy each and every customer. Today, O’Coffee Club’s 21 outlets embody the ideal contemporary, pleasant all-day dining affair. More than a refreshing beverage and a warm meal, it offers heart warming reprieve for the thirsty and hungry. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
08:00 - 22:00
Mon - Fri
08:00 - 22:00
Sat - Sun
11:00 - 19:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Takes Reservations
Wi-Fi/Power Socket
Restaurant Website
http://www.ocoffeeclub.com/
Signature Dishes
Hawaiian Focaccia House Luscious Club Shellfish Bisque
Review (11)
Home grown well liked cafe chain, O'Coffee Club brings to guests its Christmas range of confectionery this year as part of its 2014 festive collected themed " My Favorite Things" I joined several instagrammers and bloggers at its stand alone cafe at Raffles Place for a fun filled afternoon partaking in pretty and irresistible sweet treats . Guests at O'Coffee Club are in luck Be pampered and indugled in 4 exquisitelog cakes- White lychee Christmas, Mont Blanc Yuletide , Santa's Macadamia Noel and last but not least, Chocolate Wonderland . The first 3 are new while the last is a hot favorite at the cafe . We were treated to 2 of the log cakes Top: Chocolate Wonderland 1kg $53.50 nettBottom : White Lychee Christmas 1kg $58.85 nett White Lychee Christmas is a refreshing surprise . It's light orange sponge cake layered with fragrant lychee emulsion and raspberry jam, and with rose essence cream in the center is sure to win the hearts of those who loves fruit cakes . Being a big chocoholic , the Chocolate Wonderland appeals to my taste buds . Luscious chocolate sponge has layers of ganache, nuggets of cream cheese and crunchy praline feuilletine. I like how the different textures comes together. The above mentioned log cakes are available for orders and dine in ( in slices ) as well. Can you feel the fun festive mood already Another of " My Favorite Things " that we really enjoyed are these Artisanal Christmas Cookies Each type of cookies shown here are sold separatelyMy personal fav.is the Oats & Raisins (right side ) ( $13.50/jar)These beautiful gems once again makes perfect gifts These are O'Coffee Club's Praline . The flavours are pretty exotic!There's Earl Grey Raspberry, Grand Marnier Seasame, Baileys and Crispy Choclate Feuilletine . They are packed in a box of 12 and retails at $24 These macarons 'colors makes me feel delighted! Just looking at them lifts up my mood! Again, these make great gift ideals. I mean you can't go wrong withsweet treats !! They come in flavours like Earl Grey Marashallow, Gingerbread & Grand Marnier Sesame Christmas Gift Set : Box of 4- $9.65 nett / Box of 12 - $25.70 nett Not overly sweet ..just nice for me ( I am not a macaron fan..but I ate one this time! ) We were also treated to these slices of Traditional Fruit Cake( it's avai.for order at $18 nett / 400g) The fruits have been soaked in rum before baking!! ooh lala How about some cold refreshing drinks to wash all that food down?This is mm's pretty pink Ice Rambutan and also one of O'Coffee Club's signature drinks! Lets continue with the feasting shall we?Here are some of the special dishes from the Christmas dine in menu ,great as a main course or order a few and share with friends! Do note that dish presentation will differ from the party presentation below Smoked duck salad $12 Great mix of sliced smoked duck, mecslun veg, dark cherries and citrus vinaigrette Turkey Roulade $18Turkey & mushroom roulade served with buttered baby carrots, asparagus, mashed potatoes and cranberry compote Chicken Truffle Mushroom $16 This is the hot favorite that afternoon! Spaghetti with roasted chicken , mixed mushrooms & truffle creamPerhaps another cool drink to go with the savory food This is the Green Apple and Moijto Mint Soda Cool and minty! Great on a hot day We ended the session on a sweet note! There is always room for desserts! Speically created for Christmas are Jolly Mud Pie $12.20 ( left) and Joy $9.00 (right) cross section of Joy Grand marnier parfait with raspberry sorbet & sweet almond nibs This captured my heart Jolly Mud Pie is a festive version of O'Coffee Club's Mud Pie Layers of strawberry sorbet honey parfait, crunchy almond & Italian mint meringue What's not to like about something so well crafted ? Exclusive Promotions from 13 Nov- 31 Dec 2014 O'Coffee Club Royalty Card members get to enjoy 20% off festive items & dining DBS / POSB Card members enjoy 15% off festive items & dining CIMB Card members enjoy 15% off festive items & diningYou can place orders for the log cakes and sweet treats at any of their 20 outlets All orders take THREE days to process and Last day for self collection or delivery is 31st Dec 2014O'Coffee Club Facebook O'Coffee Club Website continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-11-22
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My former colleague wanted to meet up for dinner, so we met up one Friday night. Both of us were craving for pasta, so we chose to dine at O'Coffee Club. But since we wanted a different setting, we went all the way to Raffles Place. It's not an al fresco place, which was a nice change. From what I rememberm the outlet is also bigger than Orchard's. We shared the Slipper Lobster Linguini since from experience, I'm never able to finish their pasta dishes. It's just gigantic! It was topped with one medium-sized slipper lobster, cut in half. The sauce is tomato based but it wasn't heavy. It was actually quite refreshing to eat. My friend and I enjoyd this dish. We also ordered an appetiser to share. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-20
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Was looking for something healthier to eat for my lunch so i had Caesar Salad with Smoked Salmon ($15.50++).I love the presentation of this dish. Looks very appealing. Also the smoked salmon is very well flavored. The salad taste fresh and healthy! Love the sauce too. Also, it is quite a generous portion that I couldn't finish it. Overall, I find that this place is rather nice to dine in with your friends or colleagues on a afternoon. Will be back in future to try the other mains. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-25
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I can't believe I didn't eat at coffee club for ages but went there twice this week! Instead of my healthier post days earlier, I opted for a sinful cheesy sandwich this time round coz i was feeling angsty. lol. Food cures all mood swings isn't it? Anyway no I was genuinely hungry and I'm not a big fan of pasta so I had a shot at their sandwiches. If you love cheesy stuff, you would definitely love their sandwich. I had a french moment looking at their menu. hehe.I chose the chicken and turkey sandwich because it had lots of protein. It was supposed to be topped with scrambled eggs but mayb i was too busy talking i only remembered the thick blanket of cheese.At first when i saw gruyere cheese I was afraid it might be too strong for me... and when i looked through the cheese there were some patches that looked like 'mould' but after digging a little realised it looked more like spices/tapenade. hehe. In any case it was still a good dose of the melted goodness and I must say for $13 I thought it was quite alright. I'l probably try out the mushroom melt sometime soon. =)My friend ordered the croque monsieur and similarly, we felt the portion was quite large and filling. It was cheesy in a different way and again, the creamy Bechamel sauce and mozarella makes for an overdose.Well, what can you say about a place that I go back twice within a week, knowing how fickle I am with food? =P continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-31
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This Coffee Club outlet is always crowded at lunch so you'll have to be prepared to waot if you're ordering a hot entree like pasta or meat. However the evening crowd tend to stick to ordering drinks and tapas so food service is fast. The slipper lobster linguine $18.50++ was replaced with spaghetti and baby crayfish. The crayfish was small but tasty. However the pasta was a shafe beyond al dente and there was not enough of the hearty tomato sauce to coat every strand of pasta. Not bad but not exceptional either. continue reading
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