Maison Ikkoku | Review
This hip 4,000 sq ft cafe around Arab Street, set up by husband-and-wife owners Thomas Ho and Janice Ong, along with Franz Chua and Shanie Teoh, boasts Brazilian and Ethiopian beans roasted in-house by baristas that have been trained by celebrity barista Hiroshi Sawada. Aside from espresso-based cuppas, you can expect brewing methods like pour over and woodneck.
A hip 4,000 sq. ft. café/fashion boutique around Arab Street, set up by a pair of husband-and-wife owners Thomas Ho/Janice Ong and Franz Chua/Shanie Teoh, that boasts Brazilian and Ethiopian beans roasted in-house on a weekly basis by baristas trained by Japanese celebrity barista Hiroshi Sawada. Aside from espresso-based cuppas, you can also expect brewing methods like pour over, French press, woodneck (for precision-brewed drip coffee) and syphon (vacuum technology first popularized in the mid-nineteenth century and now enjoying a resurgence).
|Address:||Maison Ikkoku | Review, 20 Kandahar St., Singapore, 198885 Singapore|
|Area:||Arab Street and Kampong Glam|
|Open since:||September, 2011|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 9am-9pm; Fri-Sat 9am-11pm; Sun 9am-7pm|
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