Mad Roaster – 3 Locations in Singapore

Mad Roaster, a great place to enjoy coffee and toast in Singapore, has three locations to choose from, one within Amoy Food Centre (7 Maxwell Road).

The modern kopi & toast outlets, established by Madeline Chan and open to customers since October 2020, offer modern takes of traditional coffee & toast sets.

Visiting the locations, you can order fresh baked brioches and babka with Espresso, Americano (Coffee ‘O Kosong’, Flat White (Coffee ‘Gao’), Latte (Milky Coffee), Honey Butter Latte, as well as Matcha Latte (first flush tencha from Nishio, Japan)

Mad Roaster - Coffee and Toast in Singapore.

Amoy Food Centre.

A key raison d’etre for the kopi & toast stalls is to assist in sustaining the livelihoods of refugees in Asia, which is done through commissioning tiny works of refugee art in the design of each of the customized logos.

Coffee and Toast in Singapore - Mad Roaster.

These art works and the refugee stories are incorporated into each of the products, in the hope that the heart of the stall’s endeavor will resonate with yours.

If you’re a tourist to Singapore, the Mad Roaster is also a great introduction to the local kopi & toast culture that is a deeply ingrained part of Singaporean life. It is a way of life that revolves around enjoying a cup of kopi (coffee) and kaya toast with friends and family at a kopitiam (coffee shop).

Kopi is a type of coffee that is unique to Singapore. It is made with a blend of roasted coffee beans and robusta beans, and is typically brewed using a sock filter. Kopi is usually served with evaporated milk and sugar, but can also be ordered black or with condensed milk.

Kaya toast is another popular Singaporean breakfast dish. It consists of two slices of toasted bread spread with kaya, a sweet coconut jam. Kaya toast is often served with two soft-boiled eggs, and is a delicious and satisfying way to start the day.

Kopitiams like Mad Roaster are coffee shops that are found all over Singapore. They are typically run by families, and serve a variety of local dishes and drinks, including kopi, kaya toast, and other breakfast items. Kopitiams are also popular places to meet up with friends and family for a meal or a cup of coffee.

Kopi & toast culture is more than just about enjoying a cup of coffee and a snack. It is a way for Singaporeans to connect with each other and with their culture. Kopitiams are places where people from all walks of life come together to socialize and enjoy a good meal.

Here are some of the reasons why kopi & toast culture is so popular in Singapore:

  • It is a delicious and affordable way to start the day.
  • It is a social occasion that allows people to connect with each other.
  • It is a way to experience Singaporean culture.
  • It is a reminder of Singapore’s humble beginnings.

If you are in Singapore as a tourist, be sure to visit a kopitiam and try kopi & toast. It is an essential Singaporean experience!

Mad Roaster Locations & Opening Hours – Coffee and Toast in Singapore

Amoy Food Centre
7 Maxwell Road, #02-107, MND Complex Annexe B, Amoy Food Centre
Singapore 069111
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-3pm, Saturday 9am-3pm
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Depot Road
108 Depot Road, #01-14
Singapore 100108
Opening Hours: Monday-Sunday 9am-4pm

Resorts World Sentosa – Gourmet Park
26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-K22, Gourmet Park, Resorts World Sentosa
Singapore 098269
Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday 11am-8pm, Friday-Sunday 11am-9pm

You can learn more about Mad Roaster outlet locations and their range of coffee and toast in Singapore from the official Facebook page at facebook.com/MadRoaster/.

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