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OZ Specialty Coffee is the latest of the few cafes that are opening in the recent months. Situated at Sin Ming, the cafe is just a stone’s throw away from the busy eateries of Upper Thomson Road, which provides for a great environment to stay away from the crowds for some quiet. We visited on the opening day, where they were offering cakes and coffee on the house.The cakes here are supplied from Berry Gerry Bakes which is located at the other end of the same building. There were only two cakes a
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OZ Specialty Coffee is the latest of the few cafes that are opening in the recent months. Situated at Sin Ming, the cafe is just a stone’s throw away from the busy eateries of Upper Thomson Road, which provides for a great environment to stay away from the crowds for some quiet. We visited on the opening day, where they were offering cakes and coffee on the house.
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The cakes here are supplied from Berry Gerry Bakes which is located at the other end of the same building. There were only two cakes available that day; a Banana Cake and a Pandan Sugee Cake. The Pandan Sugee Cake was somehow a bit too moist inside, though was of the right density. We would also have loved it more if the pandan taste could be stronger.
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The Banana Cake was better; it was easy to cut through and was just moist enough that it does not stick in the throat. It was also decently sweet, thus complimenting perfectly with the coffee.
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We also ordered a Seasonal Waffle ($7.00) so as to try out offerings from their own kitchen. The waffles here are somewhat different than the ones served in cafes usually. The waffles here are rather thin which also makes it seem more biscuit-like. Nonetheless, the batter still tastes buttery and carries much sweetness of maple syrup, which is also mixed into the batter. The taste and the texture reminds me of Stroopwafels (or the waffles cookies with maple syrup sold in supermarkets), which can be a tad hard to eat for those with weaker teeth. Apart from that, it was something I totally enjoyed less the mixed berries, which I found too sour for my liking.
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According to one of the staff, the blends used for their coffee are sourced from Thailand to suit the local palate. The Flat White (Usual Price: $4.50) was something which impressed me totally. The blend was slightly mild yet aromatic with a medium body. Right to the last sip, it did not feel overwhelming. One of the better cups of coffee I had so far.

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$7 (Tea)
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  • Seasonal Waffles
  • Banana Cake