Tag: coffee

Kaffeine

Kaffeine

Coffee holds a large degree of fascination for me.  Mainly because it seems almost holy to others (not me).  I wondered at length why it is intrinsically needed for some to live a normal life.  It is not even that they need it to give […]

Prufrock

Prufrock

This is more of a serious coffee shop.  The detective within me deduced this from the horde of coffee paraphernalia adorning the walls.  Prufrock also offers barista training in their basement.  I ended up here through my in depth search of coffee in the capital […]

Violet Cakes

Violet Cakes

Space is at a premium in this cosy little cafe.   The word cosy always makes me laugh somewhat.  As you could otherwise call it cramped, squashed or mole-like.  Yet, cosy is a much more palatable word conveying warmth and happiness.  Although, in this case, I […]

Department of coffee and social affairs

Department of coffee and social affairs

It’s amazing how narrow a space you can set up shop if you put your mind to it.  Perched on the side of a skyscraper, this coffee shop almost seems like an afterthought.  It is so narrow, there is no way to get through to […]

The Gentlemen Baristas

The Gentlemen Baristas

One thing that often piques me is how people like to critique me on things that they would not do themselves.  This applies to many things in life but for me personally, it tends to congregate among my food critic activities.  I know it is […]