Cafes in Singapore are opening up in the most unexpected of places, and this latest coffee place is found along River Valley at [email protected] (diagonally opposite Valley Point).
The name and logos of “Grace Espresso” may draw some topic for discussion with its biblical connotations.
Its logo is depicted by a picture of Jesus Christ standing on earth underneath a crown (with thorns drawn within), surrounded by four trees.
Shall leave it to you to do your interpretations.
The interior is done up simply with medium-blue walls, with most of the customers seated outside on the wooden bench.
The tables are ‘tree logs’ and I enjoyed its easy-going vibes.
While there is no air-con, I still think it is a rather comfortable space to watch the world go by.
The menu is quite rather lean for now, with items of Garlic Butter Baguette ($6), Avo Sourdough Melt ($12), Grapefruit Breakfast Bowl ($13), Queen’s Toast with Strawberries ($11), and Home-made Hokkaido Milk Tea ($7).
I did think it was a slight waste-of-opportunity to not extend its theme to its food, naming and even latte art as well, for the café to have a