6 new cafes serving speciality coffee in Chinatown

An espresso based white coffee at FiftyFive Coffee Bar in Neil Road. The cafe is one of several that has popped up in the Chinatown area in the past few months. ST PHOTO: FELINE LIM
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SINGAPORE - Kopi and teh are available all over Chinatown, and increasingly, so is speciality coffee.

Cafes serving espresso drinks made with locally roasted beans and high-end beans sourced from roasters overseas have been popping up there in the last few months. These include Rough Guys Coffee and September Coffee in South Bridge Road, Plus Coffee Joint in Temple Street, Afterwords in Pagoda Street, Cloud in Duxton Hill and FiftyFive Coffee Bar in Neil Road.

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