Stamping Ground Coffee – Dining in a Gorgeous Indoor Garden
Some of you might be familiar with Stamping Ground Coffee which was located on Club Street. The cafe has found a new home in Siglap last July, and has blossomed with a floral-themed interior. The cafe shares the space with Dawn Q (florist) and East Mezzanine (venue space). Due to its proximity to East Coast Park, Stamping Ground is an ideal place to kick-start the morning with coffee and brunch, before you laze the weekend away at the park with your loved ones.
Beans from local brand Papa Palheta, as well as Melbourne’s Rumble Coffee Roasters are used at Stamping Ground Coffee. The blends are rotated from time to time, so don’t be surprised if your coffee tastes different from your previous visit. Begin with a cuppa Mocha ($5.50) or chase the heat away with a glass of Iced Latte ($5.50). The mocha fares better with a good amount of chocolatey flavours.
Stamping Ground Coffee’s breakfast menu is limited to 3 items, yet you’ll find satisfaction in the simplicity of each dish. The all-day menu features 10 dishes and each dish costs no more than S$15 nett. Their signature Bacon Jam ($14) consists of a thick fluffy brioche covered generously with sweet caramelised bacon bits, mozzarella, arugula, and balsamic glaze. The bacon tasted similar to bak kwa – probably ‘cause we had too much bak kwa recently. Pulling the brioche apart unveils a baked egg hidden in the middle. What a surprise! It’d have been better if the yolk was runny though.
Sweeten your day with Belgian Waffles ($13) which is served with cinnamon caramel ice cream, and sprinkled with kinako powder (roasted soybean flour) and crunchy cornflakes. As the taste of cinnamon is super strong, it unfortunately covers up the sweetness of the caramel in the icecream. You either love or hate this unique combination. The waffles were light and fluffy, with crisp sides, but we would’ve preferred a different ice cream.
We wouldn’t travel all the way to the East for Stamping Ground Coffee, but this cafe might be packed with residents living around the area on weekends. If you need a mobile coffee cart service for your next event, you can engage them too.
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