Noelle Mikazuki

The Awesome One

Aug 15, 2014

Coffeemin - Suntec City (Review)

First and foremost, this is not a sponsored review.

I just happened to be at Alive Museum and chanced upon Coffeemin's Suntec outlet.
I've seen their Facebook page previously and felt that this idea was pretty fresh and interesting.

So yes, I decided to give it a visit and let you guys know what I think about it :)

3 Temasek Boulevard, Suntec City Mall
#03-377 Singapore 038983
Opening Hours : 11AM - 10PM daily
Contact : (+65) 6238 0370

So, the interesting thing about Coffeemin is,
You pay by the minutes you're in the Café, where everything else inside, is free.

It costs $1/ 10mins, which would cost you $6 for an hour (min 1 hour)
It's pretty affordable for an experience in there and you go in and chill.

Free drinks (Coffee machine and soft drinks dispenser), Snacks like cookies, Oreos, biscuits, 
They have a Pool table, Xboxs, Wifi, Desktops, Board Games.

It's pretty much the place I'd visit as a student after my school, 
or the hangout place I would go to back then when I was doing Outdoor Sales.

The environment and interior design was pretty.
Gives you a comfortable and cosy feeling.

Also, Coffeemin is somehow sharing location with Lockdown Sg,
So you could actually go for a game at Lockdown while chilling in there.
(Charged separately of course!)

And if the snacks aren't to your liking, 
You could actually bring your own food in too!

What I think about Coffeemin?

What I like about it
I like how they decorate the place so nicely, I feel really comfortable during my stay in there.
And because it wasn't crowded when I visited them, it felt really good. I had my space and privacy with my family and Mr Wan. We get to try out the Pool table, play the Xbox, seat around and really chill without any outsider disturbance.

What I don't really like about it
The Xbox games were really limited, mostly downloaded off the XBOX Games Store, thus, most of the games were TRIAL mode and there wasn't much we could play.
We had to hold onto this receipt to keep track of our "check in" and "check out" time, which was really troublesome, especially if you were to be changing from stations to stations (like maybe xbox to pool to sitting on the table etc) and it sometimes gets misplaced.

Well, it's definitely an interesting concept where everything in there is free and all you gotta pay for is your stay in there. But if it's crowded and stuff, tbh, I won't even bother stepping in.
But then again, this is the kind of place I would love to go to with my friends after school, just hang out there while some chill, some study, some play games, some talk and such. It could also be a place for parents to gather at, while they talk and catch up, their kids could be playing around.

Oh, P.S. They have an outlet at Clark Quay too!

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