Oz Speciality Coffee is another hidden find along Upper Thomson Road, sitting humbly at Thomson VII which many might not of of yet. They ...

Food Review: Oz Specialty Coffee

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Oz Speciality Coffee is another hidden find along Upper Thomson Road, sitting humbly at Thomson VII which many might not of of yet. They serve specialty sandwiches and coffee of good flavor. Don't miss out their breakfast mains such as the Smoked Salmon Platter and their Big Breakfast!



Address:

#01-13, Thomson V Two, 11 Sin Ming Road 

Nearest MRT Station:
Marymount station

What they are famous for:
All day breakfasts, Coffee

Opening hours:
Mondays - Fridays: 12pm - 12am
Saturday - Sunday: 9am - 12am

Atmosphere: 6/10
Price: 7/10
Food: 7/10
Service: 7/10

Cafe counter 
Interior seating 
Outdoor seating 
More outdoor seating 
Menu 

We had:
Cold Mint Chocolate - $5.50

I was a little wary of this because I'm not a fan of peppermint and I'm don't usually like the minty aftertaste which reminds me of a certain brand of toothpaste. However, there was a good blend between the syrup and peppermint and it tastes fairly good. Fans of peppermint should definitely try this! 


Salmon Platter - $18
(Served with generous servings of buttered scrambled eggs + smoked salmon slices + multi-grain toast + tri floral honey in a jar + mesclun salad tossed in honey vinaigrette + home made toasted almonds + tomato)

I didn't know what made me happier - the fact that I was greeted with 6 thick slices of smoked salmon or that the jam was served in such a dainty jar that added plus points to the presentation The salmon was a tad salty at the start but tasted just right when accompanied with the flower honey jam. The scrambled eggs were creamy and smooth. 

Big Breakfast - $14
(Served with generous servings of buttered scrambled eggs + streaky bacon strips + large pork frankfurter + specialty jam into a jar +  multi-grain toast + mesclun salad tossed in honey vinaigrette + home made toasted almonds + tomato)

The only difference between this and the salmon platter (apart from the raspberry jam) was the sausages and bacon. I was a fan of the sausage because it was flavorful and juicy. Bacon, on the other hand, was too salty for my liking. The raspberry jam was not as sweet as the honey flower jam but that also made it less fragrant.


Service:
The food took awfully long to be served even though it wasn't crowded when we went.

Atmosphere:
The cafe is really small so do be prepared to seat outdoors, unless you're willing to squeeze side by side. I posted a photo of their interior seating and yup, what you see is what you'll get. This cafe would be great for groups of 2, if not 4 pax which is the max that can seat comfortably outdoors. 

Hope this helped!!
Toodles!

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