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Costa Coffee Hot

 
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Chervon House 30 Raffles Place Singapore
 
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Listing created by delilah on November 10, 2012    

A UK coffeeshop franchise that is actually the largest coffee chain in the world behind Starbucks. They promise a new kind of coffee experience and serve sandwiches as well. Opening their flagship store at Chervon House in 2012, by year's end they had 3 stores in Singapore with the latest opening at Vivo City.

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Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday: 7.30am - 9pm Closed Sunday
List of Outlets:
Chevron House

30 Raffles Place
#01-37
Singapore 048622

Tel: +65 6534 3893

Hours:
Mon-Fri: 7.30am - 9pm
Saturday: 8am - 9pm
Sunday: 8am to 4pm
PH: Closed

Raffles City

252 North Bridge Road
#01-45/45A (Beside Robinsons)
Singapore 179103

Tel: +65 6337 9835

Hours:
Daily: 7.30am-10pm
(including Eve of PH and PH).

VIVOCITY

1 HarbourFront Walk
#01-100/101 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

Tel: +65 6276 0514

Hours:
Daily: 10am – 10pm
(including Eve of PH and PH)


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User rating summary from: 5 user(s)

Food / Beverage: 
 
2.8  (2)
Ambience: 
 
3.5  (2)
Service: 
 
2.8  (2)
Value: 
 
2.5  (2)
Overall Score: 
 
3.3  (5)
I chanced on this place with a group of friends a few weeks ago, and I highly recommend their Hazelnut Latte. I am definitely not a 'coffee' person but this drink was absolutely amazing. It's smooth, creamy and delicious, with an aftertaste that will make you crave for it long after you've had it. I've since returned to their Raffles Place outlet to get my coffee fix. However, I would not try their food, as their sandwiches appeared to have wilted leaves and were far too overpriced for my liking. Bottom line: go straight for the coffee and not the food.
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70%
VeenaV Reviewed by VeenaV on October 22, 2014
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"Hazelnut Latte!"

I chanced on this place with a group of friends a few weeks ago, and I highly recommend their Hazelnut Latte. I am definitely not a 'coffee' person but this drink was absolutely amazing. It's smooth, creamy and delicious, with an aftertaste that will make you crave for it long after you've had it. I've since returned to their Raffles Place outlet to get my coffee fix. However, I would not try their food, as their sandwiches appeared to have wilted leaves and were far too overpriced for my liking. Bottom line: go straight for the coffee and not the food.

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Located at level B1 of Hereen, the place is accessible through the department store or the stairs linked from the street level. The place is not crowded and we had the sofa in front of the counter all to ourselves. Quite comfortable.

I had the green tea latte which costs $6.10 for a small size. It tastes not bad and it was not too sweet. M had cafe latte while G had hot chocolate. G felt that there was too much milk in the latte and there was no latte art, nor distinct layers of coffee, milk and foam in the drink. She felt disappointed with the drinks.
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60%
alamakgirl Reviewed by alamakgirl on May 07, 2014
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"Break Time"

Located at level B1 of Hereen, the place is accessible through the department store or the stairs linked from the street level. The place is not crowded and we had the sofa in front of the counter all to ourselves. Quite comfortable.

I had the green tea latte which costs $6.10 for a small size. It tastes not bad and it was not too sweet. M had cafe latte while G had hot chocolate. G felt that there was too much milk in the latte and there was no latte art, nor distinct layers of coffee, milk and foam in the drink. She felt disappointed with the drinks.

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Branch Location:
Robinsons
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Yes
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Costa coffee is a very nice alternative to The Coffee Bean and Starbucks. The prices here are very decent and the drinks, truth be told, are much better than either of the two aforementioned coffee houses.

All my drinks here included chocolate, and I have to say that the chocolate tasted awesome! The drinks were also more special than what Starbucks was offering at that time.

The staff are also very friendly and helpful with recommendations. I suggest putting this in your selection of coffee houses.
Overall Rating:
 
80%
Johnathan Yeo Reviewed by Johnathan Yeo on November 29, 2013

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"Awesome chocolate drinks"

Costa coffee is a very nice alternative to The Coffee Bean and Starbucks. The prices here are very decent and the drinks, truth be told, are much better than either of the two aforementioned coffee houses.

All my drinks here included chocolate, and I have to say that the chocolate tasted awesome! The drinks were also more special than what Starbucks was offering at that time.

The staff are also very friendly and helpful with recommendations. I suggest putting this in your selection of coffee houses.

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Average Spent Per Person:
10
Branch Location:
313@Somerset
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Hot on the heels of the mega coffee franchises comes Costa Coffee, a coffeehouse brand from the United Kingdom. As a franchise, you're assured of having acceptable standards and decent quality at Costa Coffee, however, that also makes the place rather unspectacular and forgettable.

Ambience at Costa Coffee is the typical laid back cafe vibe, and the furniture is comfortable. Nice place to relax, or perhaps catch up on studies.

Service at Costa Coffee is simple, as you'll have to order at the counter, and staff will serve your orders to you. Generally, Costa Coffee isn't a place you'll visit for service, as the process is rather linear for staff - take orders, accept payment, prepare food / drink, serve.

The coffee here is quite good, but not good enough for me to specially make a trip here. It's fine if you're in the area, and don't want to visit the other major coffee franchises. The food at Costa Coffee is themed along the lines of sandwiches, pies, and pastries. Quick, easy to consume, and mass manufactured. Decent tasting at best, and rather expensive for what it's worth.
Overall Rating:
 
40%
Ivan Teh Reviewed by Google Plus Image Ivan Teh on May 11, 2013
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"Above Average Coffee, But Unspectacular Food "

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Hot on the heels of the mega coffee franchises comes Costa Coffee, a coffeehouse brand from the United Kingdom. As a franchise, you're assured of having acceptable standards and decent quality at Costa Coffee, however, that also makes the place rather unspectacular and forgettable.

Ambience at Costa Coffee is the typical laid back cafe vibe, and the furniture is comfortable. Nice place to relax, or perhaps catch up on studies.

Service at Costa Coffee is simple, as you'll have to order at the counter, and staff will serve your orders to you. Generally, Costa Coffee isn't a place you'll visit for service, as the process is rather linear for staff - take orders, accept payment, prepare food / drink, serve.

The coffee here is quite good, but not good enough for me to specially make a trip here. It's fine if you're in the area, and don't want to visit the other major coffee franchises. The food at Costa Coffee is themed along the lines of sandwiches, pies, and pastries. Quick, easy to consume, and mass manufactured. Decent tasting at best, and rather expensive for what it's worth.

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Average Spent Per Person:
15
Branch Location:
1 HarbourFront Walk #01-100 VivoCity
Recommend to Friend:
No
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I was really excited the first time I passed a Costa Coffee in Singapore because I was immediately reminded of the Costa Coffee stores back in England and all the times my grandmother would bring me in for a cup of hot chocolate when the air was a bit nippy.

In a bid to relive some of those memories I walked into Coasta Coffee and ordered a hot chocolate. And to my absolute delight, it tastes exactly the same as the one back in England. I've had experiences where franchise stores somehow taste a little different than the originals, but this was, as far as I could tell, the real deal. I'm heading back soon!
Overall Rating:
 
80%
spoonsandspools Reviewed by spoonsandspools on November 23, 2012
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"A taste of England"

I was really excited the first time I passed a Costa Coffee in Singapore because I was immediately reminded of the Costa Coffee stores back in England and all the times my grandmother would bring me in for a cup of hot chocolate when the air was a bit nippy.

In a bid to relive some of those memories I walked into Coasta Coffee and ordered a hot chocolate. And to my absolute delight, it tastes exactly the same as the one back in England. I've had experiences where franchise stores somehow taste a little different than the originals, but this was, as far as I could tell, the real deal. I'm heading back soon!

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