Homeground Coffee Roasters

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~$20/pax
Homeground Coffee Roasters is committed to continually providing a widely varying range of coffee to give the everyday coffee drinker a deeper appreciation for the coffee community and industry, and develop the budding interests of home brewers.

13/15 Teo Hong Road
#13 15
Singapore 088328

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Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Friday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Saturday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Sunday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Monday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

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From the Burpple community

From now till 30 April, Bird Bird is having a limited-time only pop-up at Homeground offering both a lunch and dinner menu. We went for lunch and were wowed by the Crispy Chicken Sandwich which comes with a humongous battered chicken thigh sandwiched between seeded buns and green papaya slaw with a slather of coriander mayo. The Khao Soi did bring us back to our Chiang Mai holiday but wished the curry broth was slightly spicier. It came with a huge duck leg that was cooked perfectly as there was minimal gaminess and the meat was fork tender.

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Stupid choice on my end because the coffee taste is so diluted from the milk.

It's alright

Honestly to a noob like me it's just acidic water but the friend was raving so I guess if you're a connoisseur you'll love it

Coffee is nice and aromatic

For the Grilled Double Cheese ($22), the toast-to-filling ratio was a little off for me as the sourdough was sliced a tad too thick for my liking. However, the hearty sandwich combo was satisfying as the crusty sourdough was grilled to perfection. I enjoyed the fact that there was a substantial amount of mushrooms studded in the melted smoked cheddar, emmental and bechamel. Not too rich or cloying, the cheesy toastie was wonderfully balanced with the spiced tomato relish - moreish, tangy with a slightly herbaceous quality.

I think I found my new favourite cafe as brunch was a blast at Homeground Coffee Roasters~ A hearty meal through and through, the Steak and Asian Fried Eggs ($30), though pricey, was great for sharing. The medium rare seared steak was complemented with fries and a crispy sunny side-up egg dressed with an aromatic mix of chili olive oil, chives and parsley. The beef was pretty succulent and well-seasoned too!

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