Suzuki Factory Cafe at Boon Lay

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Suzuki Factory Cafe traces their history in Singapore back to 1979. First introducing themselves in Bukit Timah, the store was inspired by a Japanese coffee master’s coffee roasting skills. 

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Nestled within an industrial estate in Boon Lay, they opened Suzuki Cafe and Roastery in 2019, offering their coffee in a cafe-style concept to the public.

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Paying homage to their origins, Suzuki Factory Cafe draws inspiration from a Japanese teahouse—think along the lines of Muji and Hvala cafe. The new concept resembles a cosy tea house from the entrance, to the lattice doors, and furniture.

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At $8 per cup, you can find your regular cafe coffee orders such as Latte, Cappuccino, and Flat White, which comes paired with Hokkaido milk. The milk is said to be richer and creamier than regular milk, thanks to the environment in Hokkaido, which increases the quality of the milk produced by the cows. In case you are lactose intolerant, there is also an option to replace it with Japanese soy milk.

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Light roast options such as Kenya ($8.50), which is known for its intensely floral taste, are also available. If you are here for the ambience and coffee isn’t your thing, they also have Matcha Latte ($9) and Hojicha Latte ($9).

Loyal fans of the brand can also purchase the cafe’s roasted beans in 200g (from $7.95) to 500g (from $19.95) packets. These include Italian Espresso, which is known to be robust with smoky-sweet flavours. Or Columbian Supremo, which retains the sweet fruity flavours of the blend while incorporating flavours of the roast.

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