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The Korean Cafes In Singapore You Have To Check Out

Apart from beauty, South Korea is also known for its booming cafe culture which has even reached our shores. So if you’re interested to check them out but have no idea where to begin, here’s a lost of a few of our favourites that’s worth paying a visit to.

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#1: Dal.komm Coffee
Featured in popular Korean drama Descendents of The Sun, this coffee joint has finally made its way to Singapore with a flagship store located at The Centrepoint. It also features four exclusively sourced Arabica bean blends that have been roasted in Korea for customers to choose from. The cafe also serves up freshly-made toasts and bingsus (shaved ice desserts). 176 Orchard Road, The Centrepoint #2: Coffeesmith
The latest chain to join the slew of Korean cafes here is Coffee Smith. Opened earlier this month, this cafe operates till 3am on weekdays and 24 hours on Friday and Saturday. Know for using five different kinds of high-quality coffee beans, this cafe is takes their coffee very seriously. What else we love: The minimal, industrial-chic interior. 277 Orchard Road, tel: 8399 7900 #3: Thumb Coffee
If you’re craving for something sweet on top of your cuppa joe (literally), here’s the place to get it. Best known for its bite-sized cakes and soft-serves atop its drinks, you can now get your caffeine fix and dessert cravings at the same time. 3 Temasek Boulevard, tel: 6226 1823 #4: Paik's Coffee
To those who frequent South Korea or have just recently visited the country, then you probably have heard about this popular coffee joint. Apart from the usual coffees, they also serve up interesting drinks such as sweet pumpkin rice drink and green grapes flower tea, perfect for the adventurous bunch. #B1-19A One Raffles Link, tel: 6238 1681 #5: Tom N Toms Coffee
This coffee shop uses 100 per cent premium Arabica coffee beans roasted and ground in Korea. What else it’s known for? Its pretzels and thick toasts which are freshly made upon order. 12 Gopeng Street, tel: 6225 6313 Like this? Check out our list of the best gluten-free restaurants,  the new bars and clubs in Singapore to put on your radar and 4 restaurants where you can get a taste of grown-up mod-sin cuisine.