[SINGAPORE] Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters at Upper Thomson Singapore

January 16th, 2017. In the morning, I went for breakfast with Gaby only, because Darius and family had something else to do. So we took bus. After our breakfast, we met Darius and family and arranged schedule for lunch. Errrr.. then something funny happened. We wanted to eat fishball at Seow Choon Hua, but Darius mistakenly told Gaby that we wanted to go to Cui Xiang Yuan. He still thought about the salted egg chicken that I wanted to try hahahahahaha.. When we arrived to CXY, it’s still closed until 4pm, and we confused because there’s no fishball in the menu that we saw at the facade of the place. That’s when Darius realized that he gave the wrong name. Ok, so it’s the wrong destination! ROFL! Well, after lunch *at a totally different place, of course* we headed to Upper Thomson area to find coffee. Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters.

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It’s quite easy to find the place. It’s a white building with glass windows all around. We stepped inside to find a long table in the middle. It’s very cozy with dominated white colours and wooden furnitures. We felt warm ambiance all of a sudden. By the way, they named it “Pacamara” after El Salvadorean Pacamara Arabica coffee bean.

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White 3oz $ 4.50

It’s small but quite strong. Not my palate.

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White 5oz $ 5.00

Same with the 3oz, the difference only the size hahahaha. It’s good but too strong. Sorry.

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Stewart’s Soda Root Beer $ 5.50

It’s really a hot day. While the others ordered coffee, I spoiled myself with this cold root beer. It’s very refreshing and such a thirst-quenching. Root Beer is my favourite. Every time I had to drink soda, this was my choice, if there’s any option of root beer, of course. Cold Root Beer for hot day.. hmm.. *shivering*

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Matcha Asuki Tart $ 8.60

At first, we just wanted to drink. But.. there’s always a but, right? LOL. Out of nowhere, it came to our table. Yes! It’s Gaby, for sure. I guess she couldn’t resist the tempting matcha asuki tart. Well actually it’s quite good. The tart was tender yet crunchy. The matcha and the asuki blend in perfectly. Recommended!

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Yes, I know. They served brunch menu. I really wanted to order all of them, but forgive my tummy. She couldn’t handle all of the food at the same time. Next time lah.

Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters
185 Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574333
IG: @pacamara_sg

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