Finally – A café not too far from the West Coast. Tucked away in the leafy suburbs of Faber Drive, this minimalist hole-in-the-wall style coffee shop, lies perfectly in between Clementi and Jurong East.
Showcasing the whitest of tiles, and an unfurnished concrete ceiling, Glass Roasters is oddly reminiscent of innumerable cafes across Seoul, Tokyo, and Melbourne, despite its unique home-kitchen aesthetic.
Limited to a mere handful of seating options, the café features two tables inside and a row of chairs outside, which ultimately help to further manage store traffic, and maintain a peaceful environment. Through collaborating with small-time farmers, Glass Roasters utilize Colombian beans to create a simple coffee selection of black or white for $4.50 and $5.50, respectively. Guests may also top up an additional $1 for an upsize, iced, oat milk, or extra strong beverage.
Address: 108 Faber Drive, Singapore 129418
Operating Hours: (Mon,Tues-Sun): 8am-5pm, Closed on Tuesdays