the orange thimble .singapore.


the orange thimble window.


the dripping art, floor design at the door step.


the “xxOPENxx” taxi sign.


the tulip art on my latte with belly button biscuits.


the caffeinated fly.

the orange thimble is the first cafe I visited this year, it have been open for awhile now, seen many singapore instagrammers (SGIGers) visited the place, but the photos did not do justice (neither are mine :P) to the space they have. There are pockets of spaces with tables, seats and sofa around the cafe, creating cosy atmosphere for you and your friends (indoor and outdoors).

Being known as an arts cafe, currently the works of Colin Chow’s perspective on Tiong Bahru Estate is on exhibition. I did not know about it until I read up on the website when I got home, its a shame that I did not take a closer look at the photographs, I thought that they were part of the orange thimble’s perspective on the neighborhood which would always be on display in the cafe.

I have a glass of latte, its much bigger then what you get around the block, its about a 250-280ml (by guess and memory). However, I do find it too milky for my liking, am not able to taste much of the flavor of the beans.

However, the place is good for a lazy day out, cafe-hopping session with a few friends, as there are a handful of cafes in the neighborhood.

.the orange thimble.
Blk 56, Eng Hoon Street, #01-68, Singapore 160056

Closed on Monday
Tuesday – Thursday 11am – 9pm
Friday – Saturday 9am – 1030pm
Sunday 9am – 9pm

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