163) Peloton Coffee & Juice Bar: Halal Cafe In The Far East (Changi Village)
“Peloton” which means “the main field or group of cyclists in a race” is exactly what this cafe is all about. Uncertain if there was a change of management, but during the infancy stage of Peloton Coffee & Juice Bar, its intent was a center point for triathletes, bike riders and runners to congregate or pit stop. They had a retail segment within the cafe as well, however, it was nowhere to be seen during my visit.
Nevertheless, there are remnants bike rims racked onto the wall.
Patricia and I came here for some waffles and coffee during tea time.
We ordered the Bananarama ($11.9) which had a giant scoop of banocoffee ice cream, sliced banana, sprinkled with granola and drizzled with chocolate sauce.
No wow factor from the waffle, but definitely above average.
I ordered Muddy Espresso ($6.5), a.k.a. Iced Latte, for a change and was served with double shots and beans are from Oriole’s Raven Blend (Brazil/India).
The taste of coffee was evident despite of the ice and was also a timely drink to cool of from the heat!
Worth the trip to the far east of Singapore! Another option at Changi Village will be Chock Full Of Beans that serves fascinating 3D latte art.
Blk 1, Changi Village, #01-2008
Mon-Thurs: 11am-530pm (Wed CLOSED)