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Starbucks coffee houses offer more than the finest coffee sourced from across the globe. Friendly people, great music and a comfortable upbeat meeting place create the famous Starbucks Experience. continue reading
Opening Hours
08:00 - 22:30
Mon - Thu
08:00 - 22:30
Fri - Sat
08:00 - 01:00
08:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Caramel Frappucino Caramel Macchiato Mocha Frappucio Tazo®Chai
Review (2)
Level3 2013-10-21
It was rainy day & we got there early morning to visit USS on PH.Most of cafe were not opening yet. We decided to drink coffee at starbucks for a while. The front and inner decoration is quite nice. Have a look!Ordered my every favorite one, hot Mocha with creme.Love the combination of coffee & cocoa, sweet & smoothy.The staffs are quite friendly. Recommend to take a cafe break at there! continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-08-19
After our breakfast, my friends and I went to Starbucks to get some coffee fix! This Starbucks at RWS is different from all other Starbucks in Singapore as it sells coffee that are made from more exotic beans. I thought that it would be quite expensive to have a cup of coffee made from these exotic beans, however, the price range is about the same as a cup of normal Starbucks coffee. I love the vintage feel of the storefront, feels like I'm in a different country and makes me want to go in and explore! It's located on the first level at the Forum.A close up of the menu for the reserve coffee, in case you think I'm kidding you that it's the same price as normal coffee.We ordered the Guatemala Finca Los Caballitos, Pour Over type @ $6.50 after some recommendations from the cashier. Difference between pour over and French press? I'm not sure too, pour over as the name suggests, it's just pouring hot water (of a certain temperature) over a piece of filter paper with the coffee powder on it. French press is like pressing coffee taste out from the powder. So one is press, one is pour.The friendly barista was showing and telling us how she actually made the coffee. We didn't really follow on what she was saying because we were too fascinated in looking at the process, from the coffee machine generating the powder from coffee beans to the pouring process where the coffee drips down from a "hole" in the cup that's above the cup meant for us. She also advised us how we should go about drinking it. She got us to try the first sip before deciding whether we want to add milk accordingly. It was quite bitter so we asked for milk and sugar to taste. The original taste of the coffee tastes like a milder version of black coffee and with a very light tinge of sourness. The barista told us that we're supposed to taste some lemon but we aren't coffee connoisseurs so we didn't really taste that. If you want a more novel and personal coffee experience, why not head down to this special reserve store? continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)