A very laid-back weekend afternoon at a wonderful little cafe near the Kallang River.
Loysel’s Toy Cafe is a small cafe that’s situated in Sam tat Warehouse in Kampong Bugis along the Kallang River. The coffee brewed at Loysel’s is handcrafted by Barista Ryan Tan, the 2011 Singapore National Barista Champion. The cafe’s approach is that it serves no-frills coffee – just the more mainstream varieties such as macchiato, cafe latte, and cappuccino. Loystel’s has a nice, relaxed vibe to it and simple but nice decor. There is a indoor dining area for those who want to avoid the heat, and also an alfresco area if you prefer to sit outdoors.
A couple of friends and I first visited the place after hearing rave reviews about its coffee. I had an aromatic cup of cafe latte and a slice of red velvet cake, which was delectable!
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