Monday, 24 March 2014

The Coffee Shot

Situated along Lavender Street, it can be easily spotted at the corner of a junction to the main road or easily missed as well...



Spacious interior with some cushion seatings near the window panels.





Here's what they have for the menu. Great thing is that they have All-Day Breakfast :D





Caffe Latte ($5.50). I didn't had a sip of this, but heard it was nice!



Honey Con Leche ($6.50). This is part of their specialty drink which consists of honey, espresso, steamed milk and a layer of milk froth. It tasted much like milk tea, with a litte honey taste in it. Not really my cup of drink though.

If you are one of those alcoholic lover, the rest of their specialty drinks should be in your order-list!



Scramb It! ($16.90), having scrambled eggs, pork bratwurst, honey baked ham, toasts, roasted tomato and mesclun.

Pork bratwurst is ok, and scrambled eggs seems to have been left out of the pan for some time already, though it is still mushy..



But I do love their toasts, as they are crispy on the outside, and soft in the inside :)



Next is Cajun Spiced Chicken ($14.00), having boneless chicken thigh, mesclun and spicy bbq sauce.

They have this portion of tasteless rice, which is redundant. Dish presentation looks pretty neat, and cajun chicken is tasty too.





Also had the Old School Bun ($6.50), which is just omelette with ham, and a little of mayonnaise.. Simple bun, yet satisfying.







Food has no "oom" factor to set me gobbling down the food, though the sausage and cajun chicken meat itself can be quite tasty. Moreoever, food took quite some time to arrive even though tables weren't even half-filled after I ordered the food. Drinks took some 10 minutes or so to arrive as well. But generally, this place can be a nice cafe for some old school essence :)



The Coffee Shot

103 Lavender Street
Singapore 338725

Tel: (65) 6299 5909

Opening Hours
Mon: 1000 - 2200 hours
Wed - Sat: 1000 - 2200 hours
Sun: 0900 - 1900 hours

1 comment:

  1. I like the old style bun, if they have otah will be nice.

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