Cad Café is a new coffee joint opened for just 3 months, set in extremely hipster Haji Lane! You will walk through a sea of graffiti walls to get to Cad Café! It is a very small café that can seat less than 20 people in total. Extremely artistic and grungy interiors, Cad Cafe has some good hand drawn paintings hanging for sale. I personally think they blend the décor perfectly with the Haji Lane esoteric atmosphere.
It is a rushed breakfast coffee grab, so we tried the Flat White and Ice Coffee. They are using beans from Toby’s Estate, and I must say the coffee is better than I expected (7.5/10)! The Flat White ($5) is medium bodied – quite viscous. It is bitter and only slightly acidic, but is well balanced with the milk, with strong aroma. The Ice Coffee ($4.50) is not too acidic and had quite a long lingering taste.
There are tourists sitting around chatting, and given the vibrancy of the café, if I was on a holiday, it would be a great place to chill out at. Looking forward to more of such interesting coffee cafes in Singapore! I need to find another rare weekday when I am not rushing on a weekday to go back and try the food!
Address: 23 Haji Lane
Operating Hours: Mon – Wed: 08.00 – 22.00, Thurs – Fri: 08.00 – 12.00am, Sat: 10.00 – 12.00am, Sun & Public Holiday: 10.00 – 22.00
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