Coffee, frankly speaking, is what Candour Coffee is all about. They stock beans from local roasters Market Lane Coffee as well as a discerning international brew from Dukes Coffee, a few thousand kilometres away in Melbourne, Australia, where coffee is king. Here on Beach Road, near the intersection with Purvis Street and Middle Road so not too far from Bugis, City Hall, and Esplanade. Candour Coffee’s motto, proudly emblazoned on the window, is ‘We love to make coffee for the city that loves to drink it’, and judging by the foot traffic descending on the cosy, stylish cafe’s premises from the nearby skyscrapers, their formula is a winning one. That said, it’s always worth logging on and booking ahead if you’re in need of a good cuppa and a bite to eat, and don’t want to be disappointed.
food was beyond expectations and very hospitable and friendly staff. love how there is so much genuine passion in the way the food is prepared, will def be back again!
Not the first time there, like going there because coffee is excellent. Ordered flat white. The ambience is pretty good, a good place to chill on weekend Saturday. Service is fast, friendly and superb. Thanks.
Very friendly and helpful cafe. Allowed me to borrow umbrella to fetch friends. Good choice of coffee and desserts, had the last tw which was pretty good
Nice place to chill... good location with excellent coffee! Tried their sea salt caramel latte. It gets better every visit. The staff were also really friendly and helpful, and there's free wifi, haha
The coffee was smooth, without too much of the tinge of sourness or bitterness. I liked that the citrus curd tart was without the usual meringue found in other cafes, but that's purely a personal preference. Limited seating space in the cafe itself though.
love this place, pleasant atmosphere, friendly staff and amazing coffee. Ice Sea Salt Caramel Latte is something you cannot miss. Small menu but food was fresh and tasty,
Relaxed atmosphere. Cannot miss their Ice Sea Salt Caramel Latte. Could have more food items, as I was not even for cakes. Service was good.
Quite a small space; food was so-so. Price is nett so that's a good thing. The pop-up Boru Boru was nothing great to shout about as well, but at least everyone there was friendly and nice!
a cosy coffee place with a nail salon at the back . Interesting concept. coffee was good . but did not try the food om this visit
Staff were proactive without being intrusive. Environment was pleasant and laid back. We only tried the coffee, which was decent for it's price. Overall a pleasant experience.