Kurasu Singapore – Kyoto Specialty Coffee at Odeon Towers

Located on the second floor of Odeon Towers lies a newly occupied coffee place. Helming from Kyoto, this coffee specialty cafe curates coffee from specialty roasters around Japan. The space in Japan sports a minimalist design and shares the floor with District 6, a co-working space. The environment feels cozy and homely, and I felt like this is a place you can hide for some me-time, though the popularity of this place has made it difficult to do so in coming days




They also sell coffee beans from different artisan Japanese roasters on a rotating basis


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Flat White $5

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The roaster from Singl O Japan uses a blend of Colombia, Ethopian and Brazilian beans to create a taste that is light, milky and nutty aftertaste. I like that it has minimal acidity and does not have the bitter aftertaste. The flat white gets nicer as you drink it and you felt like you can have this all day long

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Matcha Latte $6

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Recommended as their signature drink, they used matcha powder from Morihan, Kyoto. The matcha latte is smooth and fragrant with a velvety matcha flavour. More sweet than bitter, this may suit the palate of some who prefer this blend of matcha


Cold Brew $6

The cold brew somehow had all the different notes from the flat white. Light, acidic and somewhat bitter, you can still taste the distinct blend from this iced coffee drink. Even though I would still prefer my milky coffee anytime

Kurasu Coffee might be my next favourite place to hangout. I do enjoy their coffee in a quiet environment and seeing how crowded it was during lunch time, I think many office people share the same sentiment as me

Kurasu Singapore

331 North Bridge Road,

Odeon Towers #02-01


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