Coffee culture is a diverse and vibrant phenomenon. From the streets of Seattle to the curbsides of Vienna, through the murky waters of Istanbul and the precision of Melbourne to the ancestral homelands of Italy, one thing is clear: there are certainly plenty of ways to boil a bean. Singapore doesn’t miss out on the action, and in the Raffles Place area they have their own local favourite in the form of Kith Cafe, inside the Marina Square Shopping Centre on Raffles Boulevard. A go-to destination for beanheads all over the city, book a table and get stuck into a gallon of joe to remember!
The domination of the tea leaf was long supreme in the city of Singapore, and everyone from the Chinese supping his jasmine and the Indian masala chai connoisseur to Stamford Raffles’ morning breakfast brew started their day with a cuppa. Coffee culture didn’t permeate – or should we say percolate – this monopoly until recently, but now that the bean has arrived, the Arabica spring is upon us and we must move with the forces of progress. Kith Cafe inside the Marina Square Shopping Centre on Raffles Boulevard are brewing up a storm and serving it to the thirsty, caffeine-starving populus at a rate of knots, so head on over and find out what the fuss is about.
The cafes of Singapore can compete on who serves up the best morning brew, but a breakfast isn’t complete without a bite to go with it, and at Kith Cafe they can offer some superlative eats to accompany your joe. Hit them up in Raffles Place to feast on brunch favourites such as eggs and bacon, superfood salads and plenty of sandwiches. Book a table now and bring all your kith and kin for a meal to remember.
Wednesday night is quiet and a good environment to chill out with friends. Food are well done. Like the crab and shirmp pizza the most. Very interesting to match with mango and avocado. Staffs are responsive but the end was rushing us although it's a hour apart of restaurant closing time.
Service was fast, food was good, but price is a little high for common food like pizza, pasta @ just a cafe environment, and it's sad that Park Mall building is closing soon cos this is a location in orchard with lesser crowd.
It wasn't very crowded on the weekday night that we were there so that made the place more cosy. Food was good but not as good as the Millenia Walk outlet.