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2016-05-19 74 views
20F Specialty Coffeehouse has joined in the crowd in the café street at Jalan Besah. It opens its doors in November 2015 where it starts to draw crowds to visit them. 20F Specialty Coffeehouse offers smooth and creamy nitro coffee from Liberty Coffee, beer and cocktails at night.After some time not seeing my bestie, we decided to pay 20F a visit where we neverregret bursting our calories there. Despite being small and compact, café allow diners to free ease and relax. The place was not noisy eve
After some time not seeing my bestie, we decided to pay 20F a visit where we never
regret bursting our calories there.
Despite being small and compact, café allow diners to free ease and relax. The place was not noisy even when it is at its full capacity. In many small and crowded café, the staff would help to facilitate the crowd by somehow stressing the diners who finish their meals to leave soon by keep clearing their place and asking if they want to have any other items for consumption. In 20F, they do not practise this method, giving diners the freedom to chill. Cakes Bar I have enclosed a menu for brunch below for your easy reference. I believe that they have different set of menu for brunch and dinner.
MENU We have order three of their specialties - Matcha Green Tea Cake, 20F Iced Coffee and Pulled Pork Benedict ($18). We do not have any stomach space for the house lemon curd cake, so we have to give it a miss. Matcha Green Tea Cake ($5.80), 20F Iced Coffee ($6.50) , Pulled Pork Benedict ($18)
Matcha Green Tea Cake ($5.80): The matcha sponge cake was moist and light coupled with the rich and thick matcha mousse, the taste was amazing. Although matcha mousee has a slightly bitter after taste, it still tastes great as it prevents the cakes from overly sweet.
20F Iced Coffee ($6.50): This drink comprises of rich vanilla bean ice cream with cold milk and an intense shot of double espresso. It helps to satisfy sweet tooth and coffee kicks.
Pulled Pork Benedict ($18): Generous serving of the pulled pork was spread on top of the lightly toasted brioche with two poached eggs drenched in hollandaise sauce. Upon cutting the poached eggs, burst out almost instantaneously. The streams of yolk, moisturizes the slightly dry pulled pork. This is definitely my favourite. You don’t often get to see café selling pulled pork benedict so I strong recommend that you try this main if you popped by. Not forgetting the soft and fluffy matcha cake... It’s heavenly. If you are not interested with getting a main or desserts, why not chill with a cuppa coffee
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