Shared-space cafes are all the rage right now and we are seeing east-side cafe Stamping Ground Coffee adopting this genius concept at its new location in the Siglap neighbourhood.
Located along Upper East Coast Road, Stamping Ground Coffee shares the same space with a florist—Dawn Q Floral Design. The end result was unexpected; two inherently different businesses co-existing harmoniously in a single venue.
Stamping Ground Coffee—formerly situated at Club Street—is characterised by its minimalistic décors; think white marble counters and rustic wooden chairs. You can choose to dine either indoors or outdoors.
There are a few car park lots located right outside the café and parking is absolutely free of charge. However, do note that the lots are very limited.
From local brand Papa Palheta’s Throwback Blend to Melbourne’s Rumble Coffee Roasters, each coffee run to Stamping Ground Coffee is never quite the same. Blends are on a rotational basis and you can look forward to a different roast from time to time.
Pick up a signature cold brew (between S$6 – S$8 nett) or enjoy a cappuccino (S$5 nett).
Stamping Ground Coffee’s all-day menu features 11 dishes and each dish costs no more than S$15 nett. Their Bacon Jam (S$14 nett) features a thick fluffy brioche topped with candied bacon, rocket leaves and balsamic dressing. Knife the soft toast and unveil a baked egg.
Those with a sweet tooth should order the Belgian Waffles (S$13 nett) instead. The waffle is served with a scoop of cinnamon ice cream. Generous amounts of roasted soybean flour and corn flakes are sprinkled over it.
Stamping Ground Coffee
87 Upper East Coast Road
Tel: +65 9070 7610
Closed on Mondays
Tue to Sun: 9am to 6pm
Nearest Station: Bedok