While the place is specializing in coffee, they have quite a good menu offering the different kinds of coffee. Coffee lovers might want to visit this place to check it out.
If you’d like a taste of Brotherbird Bakehouse’s more unique flavours, without having to deal with ordering online, head down to the newly-reopened Brotherbird Coffeehouse.
Food at % Arabica is limited to a few baked goods. People come for the coffee beverages, in either hot or iced form.
Service at % Arabica is friendly, efficient, and attentive.
The famous Arabica coffee from Kyoto is finally in Singapore! FYI, there's a long queue to get the drinks when I was there. I think the location is another factor for the queue as there's quite a fair bit of foreigners/tourists when I was there.
Would %Arabica be a successful expansion into Southeast Asia, or would it be a passing fad; only time will be able to tell …
The zen looking space is ironically nothing like zen, at least when you have countless eyes in the queue peering into the store.
Fans of % Arabica will be pleased to know that apart from an in-house coffee roaster where you can purchase their freshly roasted beans, you can also get your hands on a range of the brand’s merchandise as well.
The roastery here is located at the back, and you can purchase the coffee beans itself too! This might be a more worthwhile option as the drinks do lean towards the expensive side.