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Chock Full of Beans

Chock Full of Beans

Chock Full of Beans

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98%   (56 votes)
55 / 56

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Chock Full of Beansoffers some of the best Western cuisine in Singapore,serving a fascinatingcollection of dishesranging from pasta, pizza, cakes and sandwiches. Be blown away with theirimpressively exquisite 2D and 3D Latte Art, which tastes so good as it looks!Chock Full of Beans is conveniently located alongChangi Village Road.The cafe is designed withauthentic red-bricked wall, creating a warm and cosy ambience making it an ideal placeto relax with friends and family.When you enter the cafe, sweet aroma of locally roasted coffee constantly fills the air and the enticing smell of the dishes make them soirresistible. Freshness and quality food and drinks are guaranteed.MUST TRY:Check out their delectable dishes such as Smoked Salmon Sandwich, Onion Bagel and Smoked Salmon, Penne with Wild Mushroom and many more. Don't miss to try their Lava Cake, Molten Cheese Tart and Drunken Pineapple to wrap up your meal.For drinks, they offer flavoured latte, taste-kicking coffee and a variety of refreshments which are perfect to compliment food from the menu.

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Address:
4 Changi Village Road, #01-2090 Hdb-changi Village Rov

Cuisine:
Beer, Western


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