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27th February 2023

Nanyang Kopi Kia Claypot Coffee sells claypot coffee

Nanyang Kopi Kia Claypot Coffee - flatlay

If you’re looking for a new place to get your daily caffeine fix, check out Nanyang Kopi Kia Claypot Coffee, a new stall at Alexandra Village Food Centre that offers Singapore’s first claypot coffee!

Nanyang Kopi Kia Claypot Coffee - claypot

The concept of claypot coffee is said to have originated in Malaysia. Storing the kopi in claypot kettles helps to retain the coffee’s temperature and aroma, which gives it a more robust flavour upon serving. Nanyang Kopi Kia Claypot Coffee imports their coffee beans from Malaysia, and all their drinks are brewed in-house daily.

Nanyang Kopi Kia Claypot Coffee - kopi

The most popular item on their menu is their Kopi ($1.80). It boasts a well-balanced sweetness and slight acidity, with prominent roasted notes that come from the beans. It also comes with a creamy foam on top, adding a layer of smoothness to the drink. If you prefer a less sweet option, you can opt for siu dai. Otherwise, their Kopi C ($1.80) and Kopi O ($1.70) are equally popular too. 

Nanyang Kopi Kia Claypot Coffee - signature ice coffee

For a refreshing alternative, try their Signature Ice Kopi ($3.50). This drink boasts a good coffee-to-ice ratio, with a mellow sweetness accompanied by roasted notes.

Nanyang Kopi Kia Claypot Coffee - yuan yang

They also offer Teh ($1.80), which is said to be aromatic with a smooth and milky consistency. Similar to kopi, you can get their Teh C ($1.80) or Teh O ($1.70) if you prefer your tea to be on the lighter side.

If you’re torn between kopi and teh, the Yuan Yang ($2) is a flavourful blend of both.

Nanyang Kopi Kia Claypot Coffee - storefront

If you’re here for breakfast, we recommend getting their Kaya Butter Toast ($2.50) or Half Boiled Eggs ($1.50) to complement your kopi or teh. 

For more kopi recommendations, read our best kopi stalls in Singapore ranked. Otherwise, another must-try coffee shop is YY Kafei Dian in Bugis, which has old-school kaya buns and kopi. 

Address: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-59, Alexandra Village Food Centre, Singapore 150120
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 3pm
Tel: TBC
Nanyang Kopi Kia Claypot Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.

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