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2-storey Bugis cafe offers WiFi, space & bottomless coffee for those who can’t work at home

Much needed space for those who cannot work in an office.

Joshua Lee | February 20, 02:15 pm

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If you have been forced to work from home thanks to the Covid-19 outbreak but find that home isn’t as conducive a working environment as you would like it to be, then you might want to check out Brotherbird Coffeehouse.

The 2-storey cafe in Bugis has a #WorkFromCoffeehouse initiative which offers their customers unlimited Wifi, bottomless coffee, and a lot of space to do one’s work.

All you have to do is spend a minimum of S$10 on one coffee and one croissant.

This initiative runs from Monday to Friday, 11am to 9pm and is currently available throughout the month of February. There is no word yet on whether it will be extended after this month.

Novel croissants

In case you’re wondering if Brotherbird’s croissants are any good, here is a sampling of their offerings, which changes every month. They offer all kinds of novel flavours like Ferrero Rocher Croissant, Oolong Tea Croissant, and even twice-baked goodies like Ham & Cheese and Strawberry Daifuku Croissant.

Brotherbird Bakehouse/Facebook
Brotherbird Bakehouse/Facebook
Brotherbird Bakehouse/Facebook
Brotherbird Bakehouse/Facebook
Brotherbird Bakehouse/Facebook

Brotherbird Coffeehouse

Address: 32 Bali Lane (map)

Opening hours: 11am – 9pm daily (#WorkFromCoffeehouse initiative only runs on weekdays)

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brotherbirdmilkncroissants

Top images via Brotherbird/Instagram

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