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New Minimalist Hole-in-The-Wall Style Coffee Shop

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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.

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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.

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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.


Glass Roasters

Address: 108 Faber Drive, Singapore 129418

Operating Hours: (Mon,Tues-Sun): 8am-5pm, Closed on Tuesdays

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