About Caffe Vergnano 1882 Singapore
About the restaurant
You know the cup of coffee you’re holding is proof of the highest quality, when it has been roasted and brewed with a tradition that has withstood the test of time. At Caffe Vergnano 1882 Singapore on Beach Road, this is exactly what you get – an aromatic and robust cup of Joe that is satisfying to its very last drop. Established in 1882, this longest-running family-owned coffee roasters from Italy has found its way to the heart of Singapore at South Beach, close to Esplanade MRT Exit F. Savour a heritage brew that has retained its authenticity through the generations at this renowned City Hall cafe, but don’t forget to book ahead for the best seats.
Since 1882, the Vergnano family from Piedmont, Italy, has dedicated itself to the art of coffee roasting and brewing – one that has lasted four generations – through wars and in a day and age where brands often come and go. Luckily for us, we can now score their exclusive slow-roasted 1882 Arabica blend right here in Singapore, at the Caffe Vergnano 1882 Singapore on Beach Road.
Tucked away on the basement level of South Beach in City Hall, Caffe Vergnano 1882 Singapore stands as a testament to a time-honoured family tradition. A must-have at this beautifully appointed cafe is the signature 1882 Espresso – pure, unadulterated and consistent to the final drop – although house specialities like the Cioccolata and the Caffe Gianduja might prove irresistible to those with a penchant for chocolate. Feeling peckish? You’ll find nourishment in all-day breakfast staples that include The Whole Nine Yards (comprising scrambled eggs, baked cherry tomatoes, baked beans, bacon, sausage, and toast), or in appetising classics such as the beef lasagne, as well as the chicken & mushroom pie. Make your way down to Caffe Vergnano 1882 Singapore to savour a strong, authentic brew that has held its own for over a century. Delicious espressos like the ones here are hard to find in Singapore, so you might want to reserve seats at this City Hall gem lest it fills up.