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Full Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/08/pacamara-boutique-coffee-roasters.htmlTouted by some as the 'best new cafe of 2014', Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters was founded in October 2014, a partnership between the famous Pacamara Coffee brand from Thailand, and Oz Specialty Coffee from Singapore. It's easy to fall in love with the bright, clean ambience, and great coffee and pastries here!Ambience at Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters is s
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Full Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/08/pacamara-boutique-coffee-roasters.html

Touted by some as the 'best new cafe of 2014', Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters was founded in October 2014, a partnership between the famous Pacamara Coffee brand from Thailand, and Oz Specialty Coffee from Singapore. It's easy to fall in love with the bright, clean ambience, and great coffee and pastries here!

Ambience at Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters is styled after the Melbourne / Australian cafes, being neat, clean, and bright. Colours of white and wood lend a cozy, clean feel, and the neatly laid out furniture within the spacious, naturally brightly lit interior is welcoming. With minimalist decor and clean lines, Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters just makes you want to linger over coffee and pastries with friends.

Service at Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters is partial self-service, and is possibly the weakest component here. Ordering and payment is done over the counter, but staff will serve orders to your table. Waiting time is rather long, between 10 - 20 minutes, especially during peak periods. The young staff can sometimes be a little blur, such as serving dishes without cutlery, or not bringing enough cutlery. I generally find that I have to help myself to it (not that it's a bad thing). Seating can be rather haphazard, as the long benches are for communal dining, you might end up with strangers opposite / beside you.

Food at Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters is Western style, primarily British, Australian, and American influences. Brunch dishes feature here, as do their pretty-looking, tasty dessert pastries. But the focus is truely on serving great coffee, with beans roasted and blended in-house. Portions are large, and may be suitable for sharing. Prices are reflective of a typical cafe, but rather high for main dishes, budget about SGD $28 per person for a meal here.

The signature Roadster House Blend Coffee (SGD $5.50) uses coffee beans sourced from Thailand, with a smooth, full, robust flavour that has low acidity and bitterness, with tastes of roasted groundnuts, butterscotch / toffee, and hints of chocolate and caramel. Love it!
Roadster House Blend Coffee Tiny
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The Cold Brew Honduras Blend Coffee (SGD $6) was pretty good, the chilled beverage has a smooth, sweet, refreshing body with low bitterness, a slight lingering astringent grip, and tastes of melon, chocolate, toast, and roasted nuts. Good enough to drink on its own though, I think pouring it over ice dilutes the natural strength it has.
Cold Brew Honduras Blend Coffee
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Absolutely loved the Lemon Yuzu Tart (SGD $7), the sweet citrus notes of the yuzu balances the tart sourness of the smooth lemon curd, making it very pleasant to eat! The tart base hold together well, yet crumbles beautifully when cut. Highly recommended!
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Taste
Decor
Service
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Date of Visit
2015-08-02
Waiting Time
10 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
$28 (Breakfast)
Recommended Dishes
Roadster House Blend Coffee Tiny
Cold Brew Honduras Blend Coffee
$ 6
Lemon Yuzu Tart
$ 7