They say that there are many ways to skin a cat: our feline fleecing skills aren’t what they were, so we’re gonna say that instead, there are many ways to boil a bean. Whether you like your joe Turkish-style with silt, Italian espresso with oomph, Melbourne method with test tubes or just a to-go cup to kick off the day, there is a diverse coffee world out there to be experienced. At Kith Cafe in Millenia Walk, right in the heart of Singapore’s Downtown Core, they offer an entry into coffee culture that sure beats the plastic pot at home. Take a trip to Raffles Boulevard and get stuck in.
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We had a nice time! Although we thought the food was rather considering the price. Quite worth it if you're using the entertainer app though!
Nice casual place with great value for money food. Love the pastas and truffle fries. Enjoyed the lava cake and matcha choc cake. Great service too.
Time was, in the dusty hinterlands of Singapore’s past, that tea what the dominant drinks. Whether served up Chinese-style green or sipped with a raised pinkie by Stamford Raffles and his chums, the leaf and hot water combo reigned supreme over the city. No more. Coffee culture has arrived in a big way, and at the front of the wave is Kith Cafe on Millenia Walk, where you can pick up a steaming cup of joe in the centre of the Downtown Core that will change your view on boiled beans, while offering a full menu of cafe food favourites to keep you sated on that front as well.
The coffee is the draw at Kith Cafe, of course, but while you’re sipping away, you can grab a bite to eat as well. The menu is Western in orientation, but open in offerings, with plenty of pastas, burgers and breakfast options from around the world. Drop in at Raffles Boulevard for Brunch – coffee always tastes better in the morning, dontcha know – and feast on open-faced omelettes, super salads or a range of sandwiches. Make a move to Millenia Walk and Kith Cafe: just remember to book ahead of time, as they can get busy: this is the Downtown Core after all.