ChaTraMue To Open New Store At Raffles Place, Selling Popular Thai Milk Tea And Coffees
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ChaTraMue To Open At Raffles Place, Selling Popular Thai Milk Tea And Coffees

22nd October 2020

ChaTraMue At One Raffles Place

When ChaTraMue relaunched in Singapore this August, the hype was real.

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Known as Thailand’s most recognisable tea brand, ChaTraMue is everyone’s go-to thirst quencher when circling around Bangkok. Though they have been in Singapore for some time, they fell off the radar, but returned with a bang thanks to their new flagship at Paya Lebar Quarter. Now, they’re opening a second store in the heart of the CBD, at One Raffles Place.

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A representative from the brand confirmed that it will open on 27 October 2020. The outlet, slightly smaller than their flagship, is located at #B1-06, near Old Tea Hut and Yakun Kaya Toast.

chatramue raffles place menu

ChaTraMue Raffles Place will arrive with around 20 types of teas and soft-serve ice creams on the menu. This spans five “series” only the menu: Milk Tea, Signature Milk, Coffee, Chocolate and Tea.

chatramue raffles

Hot favourites are, of course, the Thai Tea Milk ($5.60), which includes housemade pandan pearls with your cha yen order. A matcha version is also available for the same price. For a strong caffeine fix, try the Coffee Milk ($5.60), which sees Thai black coffee tempered with fresh milk.

chatramue ice cream

Get your sugar rush in full swing with their soft-serve ice creams, available in three flavours: Thai Tea, Milk Green Tea, or Mixed, which is a swirl of the former two. All are made with ChaTraMue’s signature teas infused into the ice cream mixture. These are priced at $3.20 each.

As an alternative for your workday pick-me-up, ChaTraMue’s upcoming outlet offers a change from the usual bubble tea and local coffee stalls around the Raffles Place basement.

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Read our full review of ChaTraMue at Paya Lebar Quarters. For more Thai-inspired sweet treats, check out our review of Wan Wan Thai, a new cafe serving Thai milk tea bingsu and more till 3am.

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Address: 1 Raffles Place, #B1-06, One Raffles Place, Singapore 048616
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Photos taken by John Lery Villanueva.

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