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Ask Coffee: Popular Malaysian Specialty Coffee Cafe Opens Near Bugis

13th February 2023

Ask Coffee Roastery from Malaysia opens near Bugis

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Good news for coffee lovers: famous Malaysian coffee roaster ASK Coffee Roastery has opened their first cafe in Singapore, located along Seah Street━a seven-minute walk from either Bugis or Raffles City MRT Stations.

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ASK Coffee Roastery, also known as Akusukakopi, translates to “I love coffee” in Malay. Based in Shah Alam, Selangor, they first started out as a pop-up coffee concept store in 2018. After the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, they decided to switch their focus to become a small batch roaster that offers an international selection of specialty coffee beans.

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Their new outlet in Singapore boasts a classy, minimalist aesthetic, decked with warm lights for a homey feel. 

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ASK Coffee Roastery has an extensive selection of specialty coffee to choose from, starting from $4 for a cup of Espresso or Americano. If you have a sweet tooth, try their Flavoured Coffee (from $7), which comes in Caramel, Salted Caramel and Hazelnut flavours. 

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You can also get their original house blends at their new outlet, which were previously only available on their online store. These blends are named after numbers: ‘Satu’, ‘Dua’, ‘Tiga’ and ‘Empat’, which directly translate to one, two, three and four in Malay. Prices for their blends start from $45 per kilogram.

Each blend has a unique flavour; ‘Satu’, for example, is blended with beans from Brazil and Colombia, which gives a good balance of sweetness and acidity, with hints of chocolate and caramel.

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You can also get their filter coffee here. One of their popular bean selections here is the Yunnan Red Wine, which has a sweet and fruity flavour. A packet of their filter coffee beans will set you back $20 for 250g. Alternatively, you can also enjoy it as Yunnan Red Wine Latte ($8) at their cafe. 

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Apart from their drinks, ASK Coffee Roastery offers sweet desserts, such as Oreo Cheesecake ($6.50) and Royal Chocolate Truffle ($6.50). They also have savoury treats to choose from, including American Beef Pie ($6.80), Chilli Crab Pie ($7) and more!

For more specialty coffee to try, check out Equate Coffee, a newly opened cafe in Orchard that sells barista-brewed coffee, sandos and croissants. Alternatively, if you’re around the area, have a look at our Bugis food guide

Address: 32 Seah Street, Singapore 188388
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 4:30pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 4:30pm
Tel: 9768 5448
ASK Coffee Roastery is not a halal-certified eatery but does not use pork or lard.

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