Awfully Chocolate has opened its latest concept — a lounge-like working space — in the CBD (Central Business District).
Housed in Capitaland’s community workspace Bridge+, the lounge features drop glass windows that allow natural light to flood the place, as well as an extensive counter of savoury pastries, deserts, and drinks.
Packaged chocolate products are available as well:
You can also find Sinpopo’s draft coffees and roasted grain cold brew teas here.
There are different seating arrangements: high seats by the windows, low sofas (more suitable for chilling than working), and the usual tables and chair.
(Note: there's a cordoned area, only for Bridge+ members.)
For those looking to stay for long hours, there's plugs at every table, as well as free wifi.
There's no need to pay to use the space per se, although it's only polite to purchase some food and drinks while you're there.
An ongoing promo has selected cakes and hei ice cream going for S$10 in a set.
An obvious concern is that seating is rather limited, so there's a chance you may not get a seat if it becomes a popular spot.
However, a spokesperson for Awfully Chocolate says that they are looking to increase its capacity, while still adhering to safe distancing measures.
Awfully Chocolate Bridge+
Address: 79 Robinson Road #02-03, Singapore 068897
Monday - Friday: 11am to 6pm
Closed on Public Holidays
Top image by Mandy How