One of Korea's largest coffee joints has arrived in Singapore - Caffebene pops up in VivoCity, seeking to muscle its way through the growing Korean food scene here on our little read dot.
Here on a sunny afternoon, we tried several of their offerings. Garlic and Cheese ($13.90) toast was first on our agenda. Something savory to start. Cheese lovers would probably love this dish. Generous in its offerings and very evenly spread out.
If you're here for desserts, Caffebene probably has more offerings for you. What attracted me was definitely the colorful Strawberry Snowflake ($18.90). Finely grated ice shavings and a very good portion of mixed strawberries. Good to share and cool down your body.
If you're a bingsu fan - love crushed ice and sauces, Caffebene has their Green Tea Bingsu ($15.90). Priced similar to other korean dessert outlets, expect the shavings to be more coarse den the snowflakes.
You can't leave Caffebene without trying their waffles. Recipe from its head branch in Korea, the texture and taste of their waffles are very different from the normal cafes here. We ordered the Rice Cake Waffle ($8.90) and Tiramisu Waffle ($10.90). Both were good but my favorite was the Tiramisu one. The mix of chocolate, coffee and cream goes well with the waffle.
Some on the table flatlay of our orders while chilling during the afternoon.
overallreview: shauneeie3.5hands. You don't have to head to Korea to visit Caffebene now, just pop by over at VivoCity! With very slight tweaks to their original menu, diners can expect a very authentic Korean experience here.
1 HarbourFront Walk
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