Chock Full of Beans

Sunday, February 21, 2016 Sharon Halim 1 Comments

Chock Full of Beans is small cafe in Changi Village that is highly known for it's super cute 2D/3D latte art. The cafe it self has limited indoor and outdoor seating with brick walls, wooden panels, some high stools chairs and a little bit of Christmas decorations. My first impressions was totally amaze by the Marina Bay Sands display made of ginger bread in front of the cafe. Changi Village is located quite far from the major residential areas and the best way there is by car, there are plenty of parkings around.

I went straight from the airport to Chock Full of Beans, it's one of my top to do list in Singapore since I fall in love with their 2D/3D art. The cafe use digital queue system cause most of the time they are busy. All you have to do is type in your details and wait for a notification on your phone when the table is ready. Lucky me, it was pretty late and I got a table straight away. I was seated in front on the cafe and beware there are many mosquitos flying around.

Almost all of  their drinks have 3 sizes which is nice for flexibility. I request my Regular Honey Matcha ($5.5) to be decorated with mermaid art and here they are. I was in awe, I really don't want to drink it. Their barista is definitely a very talented person. The taste of the matcha it self was a bit too sweet for my taste even though the temperature, the froth and the milk it self was on point.

All their 3D art are only available on certain cold drinks so I ordered Iced Baileys Latte ($9) with hello kitty on top of it. The baileys latte is my favourite out of the three drinks, sweet but not overly sweet and you can clearly taste the baileys flavour in it. Look at how cute my hello kitty art, it took me a really long time to finally drinking it.

Iced Vanilla Latte ($6.5) with Doraemon 3D art. The vanilla latte was a bit too sweet but the coffee it self was nice. The main highlight was the super cute Doraemon 3D art.

I was really hungry and have not eaten anything since I arrived in Singapore so I decided to order a light meal before I went to the hawker centre just across the road from Chock Full of Beans. Escargot Stuffed Mushrooms ($10). The escargot was a bit over cooked and the overall taste was just average.

If you decided to visit Chock Full of Beans, it's better to call them first to avoid disappointment. Sometimes they have a limit of one 3D art per table if they are really busy. It is important that you mention to the staff that you want a 2D/3D art on your coffee with the spesific theme you prefer.

It was a great experience, the staff was really nice, they provide you with free water and most of all the amazing 2D/3D latte art. I wish Melbourne has something like this soon. Even though the price is a bit high and they charge GST on top of it, I'll definitely be back for their 2D/3D coffee next time I'm in Singapore.

Score:💋 💋 💋 💋
Tuesday-Friday: 11am-10pm
Saturday-Sunday: 9am-10pm

Chock Full of Beans
4 Changi Village Rd
Singapore, 500004

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