Black Fairy Coffee – Secret New Cafe at Tyrwhitt Road!
Hanging lightbulbs and marble tables fill Black Fairy Coffee, a charming new cafe with an enchanting tale.
I like to believe that Tyrwhitt Road is a whole other realm — a place that provides respite for anyone who’s had a long day. The streets are lined with cafes and restaurants, and presents visitors with endless dining options. Black Fairy Coffee might just be yet another cafe in the area, but this new kid on the block warrants a visit.
How does popcorn and coffee sound to you? The Popcorn Latte($6), as you might guess, was a concoction with a medley of sweet and salty notes. There was a discernable burnt aftertaste that is unique to popcorn. Rest assured, caffeine-lovers, for this is a pretty strong cuppa.
Who doesn’t love a good ending? I especially adore stories that involve the princess marrying her true love. In this case, my true love is an avocado toast, and his name is “Happy Avo After” ($9.90). The dish features fresh leafy greens, radish, onions, and alfafa green sprouts lying on a chewy sourdough bread that’s slathered with a generous layer of fresh avocado spread. Avocado toast is all the rage these days, and you can never go wrong with a millennial’s favourite meal! (Meal-lennial? Hmm)
When asked, the very helpful fairies in the shop unhesitatingly said that The Goblin($20) was their signature item. Not as sinister as it sounds, but the Goblin was sinfully good. The ensemble of slow roasted pulled pork, onion and carrot shavings, and toasted brioche bun was quite delightful. I especially liked the ratio of pulled pork to crunchy vegetables; it’s not every day that you find a cafe that gets the right balance.
I guess it is safe to say that we had a fairy good time at Black Fairy Coffee. We hope you’ll have a bewitchingly good time here!
(By the way, the place turns into a bar at night! Right on time for Cinderella to pre-game before the ball (; )
Black Fairy Coffee
Address: 131 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207553
Mobile: 6909 3518
Opening Hours: 10am to 11pm daily.
MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visits and paid its own meals at the stall featured here.
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