Are you addicted to coffee? If yes, here’s a list of coffee places (some might not be so obvious) at Resorts World Sentosa for a cup or two.
We rank the coffee joints based on the cheapest to the most expensive coffees (based on their cheapest coffee on the menu.)
- Malaysian Food Street (S$1.70 for a Kopi O)
- Toast Box (S$2.40 for a Kopi O)
- Krispy Kreme (S$3 for an Espresso)
- McCafé (S$3.80 for a small Cappuccino)
- Cedele Bakery Café (S$4.50 for a small Long Black)
- Gong Cha (S$4.50 for a Gong Cha Milk Coffee.)
- Starbucks (S$4.70 for an Americano)
Malaysian Food Street
After a meal at Malaysian Food Street, grab a Kopi with condensed milk to drive away the food coma that comes with eating too much good food.
Prices start from S$1.70 for a Kopi O.
Toast Box serves traditional Kopi that comes with hyper sweet condensed milk. If you’re peckish, there are also traditional cakes to go with your kopi.
Prices start from S$2.40 for a Kopi O.
Where: The Forum, Level 1
Do as the stereotypical cops on US television and get a coffee to go along with your donut at Krispy Kreme. Let the drink temper the sweetness of your doughnut.
Prices start from S$3 for an Espresso.
Where: The Forum, B1
McDonald’s doesn’t just serve fast food. Head over to its coffee house McCafé for pretty decent coffee that comes with coffee art.
If you’re looking to pair your fast food with coffee, you can too since you can bring over food from McDonald’s to McCafé.
Prices start from S$3.80 for a small Cappuccino.
Cedele Bakery Café
Where: The Forum, Level 1
Whether it’s lunchtime or snack time, Cedele Bakery Café is a great place to grab a cup of coffee. The coffee comes with coffee art which is perfect for Instagram
Prices start from S$4.50 for a small Long Black.
Where: The Bull Ring, Level 1
If your friends are more fans of Bubble Tea than coffee, you can still get your fix at Gong Cha.
Get the Gong Cha Milk Coffee. On top of the Milk Coffee is a thick layer of creamy milk froth that is smooth and deliciously sinful.
Prices start from S$4.50 for a Gong Cha Milk Coffee.
Where: The Forum, Level 1 and Universal Studios Singapore
We’re sure you’re pretty familiar with the U.S. coffee chain. You’ll find two Starbucks at RWS.
The Starbucks on Level 1 at The Forum is the first Starbucks Reserve in Singapore. If you’re in Universal Studios Singapore, grab a drink from Starbucks located on Hollywood Boulevard.
Prices start from S$4.70 for an Americano.
Note: Our restaurants also serve brewed coffee. Flag down a waiter and get your cup of coffee to go after your meal.