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by Sarah Oh (subscribe)
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Published February 14th 2013
Spreading my coffee breath as a token of love, that's all
Flock Cafe, Singapore

It is an open secret that the evolution of Tiong Bahru sees more hipster joints flocking to the area. Pop-up coffee spots and a desire to slow down that can fit in Tiong Bahru Estate revive what seems to be a backward-looking enclave.

[ADVERT]Flock Cafe is a family owned cafe that serves all-day breakfast, sandwiches and salads. This coffee spot impresses its rustic charm on a modern space with wooden tables and stools, providing a touch of nostalgia.

Edith, one of the owners of Flock Cafe also revealed a new flock of blend brewing in town - Liberty Coffee partners its Speakeasy Blend - a local roast, with Flock Cafe now.

Flock Cafe, Singapore

The star attraction is the quality of their food. Unfortunately, I had to give them a miss because I had bak kut teh for lunch - Chinese soup prepared with pork ribs and spices.

Flock Cafe, Singapore

Flock Cafe, Singapore

Flock Cafe, Singapore

Double Shot Skinny Latte

Double-shot Skinny Latte - I have always loved a stronger brew, so Edith recommended a double shot skinny latte for me. I was impressed by her choice, especially when the coffee blend did not taste bitter, yet the richness of the coffee was adequately flavourful.

Orange Bundt Cake

Orange Bundt Cake - The key towards nailing a piece of good cake is the texture. The orange Bundt cake was moist, with a succinct tinge of orange zest, leaving your taste bud sweet and tangy.

Carrot Cake

Carrot Cake - the cake was an absolute delish, although I would prefer a generous amount of icing.

In all honesty, my dad discovered Flock Cafe and even bonded with Edith. We were there fore a short coffee break but I would definitely be back for more. Most importantly, this cafe has become my favourite hangout in Singapore.
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Why? Coffee and cake
Where: 78, Moh Guan Terrace, #01-25, Tiong Bahru Estate, Singapore 162078
Cost: $10 - $30
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Yum, might have to visit this place when we are over there in a couple of months. Have to get our coffee fix!
by Wandering Foodies (score: 2|479) 2327 days ago
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