Another cafe has opened its door in my hood in toa payoh - The Daily Press. This under the block cafe in the midst of the ageing estate, serves up a good variety of sandwiches with a twist. Coffee's from liberty coffee.
Probably one of the nicer interior-ed cafes in Toa Payoh and I like how you can sit by the window to people watch with a cuppa on hand.
Found out that the beans used are from liberty coffee and I liked how the beans are mixed to give that very neutral, non acidic flavour. If you are lucky and imaginative, you can give catch a pokeball shot in the shop.
K.F.C (Korean 'Fried' Chicken) sandwich
Because it was late in the afternoon, Xing Wei and I decided to just grab a light bite with coffee. First impression counts and the the sandwich ($12) was a real treat. The bread was a tad tough (due to its nature) but very flavorful. It complements that made from scratch korean fried chicken. Found out that the Daily Press makes their own kimchi, marinates the chicken in it and bakes the chicken with crumbs. All these work just that we can savour this dish on our table.
overall review: shauneeie4hands. Looks quite good at first try but probably have to go back to try their other dishes. A good setting for an afternoon cofee and chat. Liked the way our sandwich was done and the coffee served got to one of the best around toa payoh.
The Daily Press
Blk 126 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
nearby MRT: braddell, caldecott, toa payoh
social media page: www.facebook.com/thedailypresssg
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