Juju Coffee

“Turn your body away as you drink whenever you are in the presence of someone more senior than you.” – Korean Drinking Etiquette

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There’s something about Juju Coffee that makes you want to stay a little while longer. It could be the artsy-fartsy lights gently illuminating the way upstairs. Or the Korean drinking etiquette plastered on the second floor beckoning for your attention. It could be the cool, inviting ambience. Oh and of course, it could very likely be the congenial food they serve. Here are three of our favourites.

1. DIY Beef Bulgogi Purple Rice Bibambap

At Juju Coffee, you get to decide how you want your bibimbap to be like. For a start, choose between purple rice or quinoa for your carbohydrates. For proteins, take your pick from spicy chicken, beef bulgogi, or stir-fried pork. For the sides, choose from a wide range including but not limited to kimchi, sauteed zucchini, and Korean anchovies. Last but not least, choose between the original or the soy sauce.
My DIY Beef Bulgogi Purple Rice Bibambap was gratifying to say the least—the beef bulgogi was very well marinated, but unfortunately was slightly sinewy. The sides were palatable and complemented the purple rice and beef really well.

2. Juju Burger

The signature Juju Burger is stuff chock-full with beef and pork pattie, thick cut bacon, caramelised onions, gruyere, tomato, lettuce, and kimchi con carne. Priced at $16, this is one of the most value for money burgers I’ve seen in a while. Forget about using any utensils on this chef-d’œuvre of a burger—just use your hands.

3. White Cold Brew with Jelly

White Cold Brew with Jelly ($8)

Steeped for more than 12 hours before it’s filtered, the White Cold Brew with Jelly comes from a blend of four beans: Guatemalan, Brazil, Sumatra, and Colombia. The jelly is made using molecular gastronomy techniques, which results in a barely-there, melts-in-your-mouth texture. The milk gently infused into the brew also helps to subdue any caffeine-induced high that tend to arise from certain cafes’ libations, perfect for those days when your inspiration is running low but you still want to get decent sleep later in the night.

Juju Coffee
5 Tan Quee Lan Street
Singapore 188094

Opening Hours
08:30am to 4:30pm

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