This venue has closed.
With The Working Capitol's co-working spaces on the upper levels of the building, the pop-up Capitol Cafe on the ground floor almost doubles like the third space's hip canteen.
The Neil Road-facing spot, however, is open to the public, who can pop in for a pull of Singleshot's lighter-bodied fruity Guatemalan-Colombian-Ethiopian blend ($4-$5.50), brewed in the café's eggshell blue Synesso machine. Cold-pressed juices ($5) like apple lemon/lime, mint, tomato and beetroot cater to those on a clean-eating streak, and two beers by the bottle ($10) – Asahi and Negra Modelo – help take the edge off a hard day's graft.
Open from now until mid-May, when a new café/bar will take over its space, The Capitol Cafe a small menu of breakfast-inspired and panini options like beef pastrami ($8), peanut butter Nutella sandwich ($6) and cheese toasties ($5) designed for a light lunch or afternoon snack.
|Venue name:||The Capitol Cafe (CLOSED)||Contact:|
1 Keong Saik Road
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 8.30am-6.30pm|