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Cafes from Tokyo, Melbourne, Denmark & more at MBS cafe culture event Aug. 29 to Sept. 1, 2019

Simply brew-tiful.

Melanie Lim | July 23, 07:28 pm

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Singaporeans who love to cafe hop will be pleased to know that a cafe event — Cafe Culture — will be taking place from August 29 to September 1, 2019, at Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Marina Bay Sands.

This event will allow cafe lovers to experience the world’s best cafe concepts all in one location, from the famous Lune Croissanterie in Melbourne all the way to Coffee Collective from Copenhagen, Denmark.

10 cafes and eateries will be at the event.

Cafe line-up

1. Coffee Collective from Copenhagen, Denmark

The Coffee Collective was founded in 2007 with a focus on ethical coffee trading, sustainability and creating the best coffee experiences in the world.

Their coffees are roasted daily and served both in-store as well as to wholesale customers.

In addition, they have also won several awards, including gold in both the World Barista Championship and World Cup Tasting Championships.

2. Switch Coffee Tokyo from Tokyo, Japan

Switch Coffee Tokyo is a cafe in Meguro, Tokyo that sources and roasts coffee beans from quality producers all over the globe.

The founder of the cafe, Masahiro Onishi, is a well-known barista who came in second at the Millrock Latte Art Championship in 2010.

3. Sisterfields from Bali, Indonesia

Sisterfields is a boutique cafe in Seminyak, Bali that was inspired by the many iconic cafes in Australia.

With an extensive all-day breakfast, brunch and lunch menu, Sisterfields promises a great variety of sweet and savoury dishes.

4. Lune Croissanterie from Melbourne, Australia

In 2016, Lune was commended by The Guardian for making “The World’s Best Croissants”.

The croissanterie claims to neither be a shop nor a factory, but simply a “celebration of the creation, complexity and ultimate enjoyment of a croissant”.

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5. KOI Dessert Bar from Sydney, Australia

Viewers of Masterchef Australia might be familiar with Reynold Poernomo, one of the better known contestants of season seven.

Since the series, the young chef has gone on to scale new heights with family-run KOI Dessert Bar, combining unique flavours and hands-on techniques to create his popular desserts.

Other vendors at the event include St. Ali from Melbourne, Australia, Roots from Bangkok Thailand, Pushers from Shanghai, China, Auction Rooms from Melbourne, Australia and Roast from Bangkok, Thailand.

Cafe Culture Passes

A total of three different passes are available for the event, from a one day pass per pax, a one day pass for two people, to a four day pass for one person.

Early bird prices start from S$45, and buying you a pass entitles you to S$42 worth of food vouchers to be spent at the event.

Image via Cafe Culture
Image via Cafe Culture
Image via Cafe Culture

The event is cashless, and all major credit cards will be accepted on-site.

For more information on the event, click here.

Details

Address:
Sands Expo & Convention Centre L1, Hall C
Marina Bay Sands
10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956

Date & Time:
August 29 – September 1, 2019
10:30am – 6pm

Top image via kerthefoodie and sisterfields on Instagram

About Melanie Lim

Melanie likes taking and editing photos for Instagram.

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