Wanna Cuppa

Coming to Wanna Cuppa isn’t simply an experience or a taste of something new – it is a ritual – and that is exactly what the team at Wanna Cuppa café uphold. Aiming to be stellar in both setting and the savoury senses, Wanna Cuppa provides customers with something they cannot easily buy or obtain and push for the best experience possible. Using premium coffee beans specifically roasted by world barista judge Justin Metcalf and crafting beverages that pair well with their pastries and food, Wanna Cuppa inserts within the café a soothing and nostalgic architectural plan reminiscent of a 1920 Great Gatsby impression. With a concept meant to calm and invite, Wanna Cuppa is a signature experience that is hardly found anywhere else.

Picasso Panini (SGD $8.90)

Perfectly prepared chicken and infused herbs sandwiched between two equally crispy and tender slices of bread is Wanna Cuppa’s version of a panini, if not a better one. Tasteful and with balanced flavour, this dish is a filling and satisfying carbs choice.
Pesto Aglio Olio (SGD $10.90)
Appetising both in sight and taste, the pesto pasta at Wanna Cuppa did not fail Shout’s palette. Unselfish in portion, with a melodious mix of richly flavoured pesto mixed in spaghetti, this meal is starkly different and tasty from the normal pasta choice. A must-try.

Eggs Benedict (SGD $9.90)

A combination of poached eggs and ham with a drizzle of hollandaise sauce served on focaccia instead of the usual english muffins, the Eggs Benedict is an affordable and popular option amongst the crowd. The dish is served with a healthy serving of mixed garden salad with balsamic dressing.

Mini Fish and Chips (SGD $8.90)

Wanna Cuppa’s fish and chips is a commendable choice alongside any dish you order – because of its golden, delicious crispy skin just like any other dish of fish and chips, and the fact that it is bite-sized, nestled among a bed of fries. A good palette cleanser to a heavy main dish.
Enoki Mushroom Fries (SGD $7.90)
An interesting, sinfully deep fried yet tangy dish of Enoki mushrooms is iconic of Wanna Cuppa’s appetisers selection. With a serving generous in size, the Enoki mushrooms retain their taste despite being deep-fried.
Carrot Cake (SGD $6.90)
Wanna Cuppa’s carrot cake, presentation-perfect, is a good end to the main meals and sides should you need a dessert to finish it all off. The soft and tender crunch together with wholesome ingredients make for a satisfying choice.

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15 New Bridge Rd, 059385
Business Hours:
Monday to Thursday: 8:30am to 10:00pm
Friday: 8.30am to 12:00am
Saturday: 10:00am to 12:00am
Sunday: 10:00am to 6:00pm
Phone: 6816 2494
Instagram: @wannacuppasg


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