Spontaneous drop in at Operation Dagger for some interesting cocktails.
The Rusted Banana was my favourite with a strong kick and served as an ice cream. "Snow" was my drink, a little too sweet like drinking yoghurt, but interesting with the tangy frozen yuzu bits floating in the white chocolate shell.
The place is not as chill as it used to be unfortunately, but still interesting drinks.
— Operation Dagger —
7 Ann Siang Hill, #B1 -01, Singapore 069791
Light a candle for peace and happiness. Jakarta china Town showed no obvious sign, Much due to the fact that they are a minority and all chineese signs where banned in 1965 under Suhartos presidency as an attempt to destroy the communist party.
Have you had your coffee yet? Well, today I went to a hospital to drink coffee 😂 #GoodCoffeePlease is located in Ng Teng Fong hospital - yes, the fancy hospital that looks like a condominium from the outside.
Was surprised to find their shop space is not like your typical café where you can sit down & have a cuppa. If you really want to sit, there's the common area right outside the shop - there are, like, 5 benches to sit at (+2 standing tables). Not a lot of space alright, so that's depending on availability.
I like how there are inspirational/motivational quotes on the cup covers. These can come off as pretentious, but the friendliness & warmth of the nice lady taking my order made it seem more genuine 😉 & it also happens to be a timely reminder to myself at this point in my life.
Coffee-wise: Smallest cup ("standard")= single shot, medium cup ("regular") = double shot. It didn't have the boldness & strength of the coffee that I am used to, but it was still a pleasant cup of coffee at a reasonable price. Also their cakes look quite amazing & they have cake sets (a slice of cake + latte/cappuccino) which I would very much like to try the next time.
Happy Sunday, everyone!
Recap from Photo Walk @localguidessemarang x @bersukariawalk
Many myths in the Kota Lama, Semarang are finally revealed. From anyone who owned beautiful buildings in the Kota Lama until it was not only the element of the Dutch only attached to this city, but also the eastern culture from Arabian, English to Germany.
Well, thank you so much for the fun day! See you on the next meet!
Photo by awesome people @macjantra