Forty Hands is a pioneer in Singapore’s barista scene and has been one of the first coffee joints to facelift the neighbourhood. Founder Harry Grover who has been studying coffee farmer communities for his Masters in Asian Sustainable Development, believes that it takes 40 hands to produce a single cup of coffee from bean to cup. This is where you’ll find delectable ones, Aussie style, with fine latte art on top. Their Big boy breakfast (with organic smoked beef or pork sausage) is also a must-try.
ASK: For their Tau Sar Pau (Red bean bun). They claim to have the best in town though they are too cute to eat.