Monday, October 5, 2015

Great Eats: The Finest Tea Shop

Location: Block 4, Changi Village Road
#01-2060, Singapore 500004

Recommended by fiancee herself, through a Facebook post, this little jem sits at a quite row of shops at Block 4, Changi Village. Famous for the many eateries there, there are many other dedicated cafes and restaurants there.

On a Friday afternoon, we decided to check the place out. There wasn't much people around when we were there.

Fiancee infront of the cafe.
The ambiance was calm thanks to the low lighting and use of wood extensively and natural colors in the cafe.

The cafe interior.
The counter and pastry area. 
From the cafe name and menu, their specialty if definitely more to teas and coffee. There is a choice of cake slices, pies and cupcakes for that dessert fix. There's also a selection of food such as sandwiches, salads, burgers and even all day breakfast menu items. Somewhat similar to mainstream cafes such as The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf and Starbucks. In addition, they also feature local favorites, Nasi Lemak and Mee Rebus.
Menu items
So I decided to get their Grilled Tempura Chicken and Mocha Latte while fiancee settle with All-Day Breakfast, Bacon and Eggs with Oreo Milkshake. We also shared a slice of Crunchy Ovaltine Cake. Total bill comes to SGD$42.30.
Bacon and Eggs All Day Breakfast
Grilled Tempura Chicken Burger
Grilled Tempura Chicken up close... ALL MINE!!
Waiting time for the drinks was about 3 to 4 minutes, while the food about another 6 to 8. Have to say, my burger was really really soft and juicy. And from the photo, there's actually an egg hidden underneath the generous slice of cheese. I also tasted fiancee's Bacon and Eggs and I really liked the scrambled eggs. The mocha latte was typical of all coffee shops and the Oreo Milkshake had a strong milky taste which suit us well, considering that I don't really like sweet stuff.
Hogging the drinks for a photo.
Our food!
Though tad a bit pricey, the experience dining there was superb. Food portions are also quite respectable for the price and the ambiance was really really awesome. Oh and did we mention that I also shared a slice of cake?
Loving the plate. Something you usually see in a museum. Ha ha..

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