Black Fairy Coffee

Although I usually keep an eye on new eateries to visit, once in a while my lunch khakis would introduce new places they discover. Black Fairy Coffee is one such place that got left out of my radar.

Other than the usual caffeine drinks, I’m drawn to their offering of Hojicha Latte. While waiting for your cuppa or food, you can also admire the paintings hung on the wall drawn by a talented teen named J’den Teo. These painting were bought by the owner of the cafe in support of Children Cancer Foundation fund raising event.

My favourite protein bowl at the cafe was Soy Salmon Poke Bowl soy salmon, pineapple, cherry tomato, edamame, sweet corn, carrot, seaweed, wafu sauce with choice of rice/soba. I liked that it is packed with a generous serving of healthy vegs with a good mix of different colours.

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