After dinner, Mao Mao and her husband brought us to this ulu place in Tiong Bahru for coffee. Her husband said the coffee was very nice and Mao Mao called it “artisan coffee”. It was located in a shophouse and the front part was air-con while the back was open air. We had to sit in the back because the front was already filled with people.
I had a cafe latte ($5) which was nice and smooth. I’m not much of a coffee drinker but I thought this was the best coffee I had drank in a while.
All the coffee had different coffee art. I must say their baristas were highly skilled.
Mao Mao’s husband said this was the best tau sar bao in Singapore. It was served warm and the skin was soft. The red bean paste was quite solid and not too sweet. But at $2.50 per bun, it felt expensive.