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Butler Koffee Reopens At Chinatown With $9 Toasties, Cold Brew, And Keong Saik Bakery Pastries

2nd August 2022

Butler Koffee at Havelock 2

BUTLER KOFFEE
Image credit: @butlerkoffee

Anyone who knows me would know just how much I love my coffee. One of my go-to spots for a good strong brew is Butler Koffee, an under-the-radar cafe that recently moved to its very own space. Previously operating out of Asian-Western restaurant Beng Who Cooks, the cosy cafe has now found an official home in Havelock 2, a short walk away from Chinatown MRT Station

The cafe’s Chinese name, 咖啡罢了 (ka fei ba le), is a pun on “butler”, and translates to “only coffee”. Started by Alicia Yap, Butler Koffee originated as a passion project since her days as a barista when she was studying in the UK.

butler koffee interior
Image credit: @butlerkoffee

The new space is cosy and well-lit, with aesthetically pleasing pastel pink and dark blue chairs contrasting against the off-white walls. You can also sit by the counter if you enjoy watching the baristas at work!

Latte Art

Try their signature White ($5), which is their house latte. The beans featured here are sourced from Columbia and roasted by Alchemist, a stalwart in the local coffee scene. Tea options such as the Maple Vanilla Green Tea ($7) and Elder and Cream Black Tea ($7) are also available in pots and are refillable. 

butler koffee sandwich
Image credit: @iris.le.kewpee

For a light snack, Butler Koffee offers a selection of freshly prepared Toasties, casually referred to as Kiap. There’s the Double Cheese Toasties with Honey ($9) if you like the sweet-savoury combination, or the Banana with Nutella & Chocolate Chips Toasties ($9) for something more dessert-like. All sandwiches are served with a side of chips.

Keong Saik Bakery - burnt cheesecake

Those who love their sweet treats can look forward to bakes from Keong Saik Bakery, including Burnt Cheesecake ($8) and Matcha Swissroll ($7.80).

Butler Koffee Cold Brew
Image credit: @butlerkoffee

A visit to Butler Koffee isn’t complete without a taste of their strong Cold Brew ($8 for one, $37.50 for five). Get the signature White, a full-bodied brew with fragrant notes of cocoa, combined with the perfect amount of milk for creaminess. You can also have them delivered at $15, or spend $65 to enjoy free delivery.

If you’d like to have a pop-up coffee cart for your event or wedding, contact Butler Koffee! They also run various coffee-related workshops such as Latte Art, perfect for caffeine addicts like myself. 

For more suggestions for the best eateries to dine at nearby, check out our Everton Park and Tanjong Pagar food guides! Otherwise, drop by Mother-In-Law Egg Tart, also at Havelock 2, for freshly baked Portuguese egg tarts!

Address: Havelock 2, #01-10, Singapore 059763
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 6pm
Tel: 9326 3726
Website
Butler Koffee is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Featured image adapted from @iris.nihao

 

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