Local singer-songwriter JJ Lin has a Taiwanese pop-up cafe at the ArtScience Museum starting September 30

All fans of Singaporean singer-songwriter JJ Lin will be more than happy to hear that he will soon be launching a new Taiwanese cafe in 2023. But for those who are too impatient to wait, starting September 30 ( 12 p.m.), we can all head to his 90-Day Miracle Coffee outdoor kiosk that opened just outside the Rain Oculus, the main water feature at the ArtScience Museum.

Photography: Miracle Coffee

Miracle Coffee has already been to bustling cities like Shanghai and Taipei, and people have been drinking its handmade brews: Single-origin espresso beans sourced from specialty coffee suppliers around the world, from Panama to India. ‘Ethiopia. Although the menu is pretty standard, it’s the Singapore-exclusive Kaya Cloud that we’ll want to try. At the sound of this particular drink, there will be at least some use of coconut jam and shaved gula melaka – but full menu and pricing details are yet to be fully confirmed.

ArtScience Museum
Photography: Marina Bay Sands

As multi-award-winning artist JJ Lin puts it, “we wanted a scenic location that could stage the intimate scene of coffee lovers enjoying a smooth cup of coffee.” Well, it sure is since the ArtScience Museum has one of the most scenic locations in all of Singapore – the sweeping waterfront views of Marina Bay’s waterfront promenade justify it.

If we take a look at Miracle Coffee’s Taiwanese menu, it’s possible that Singapore’s menu reflects similar tasty dishes. Maybe a Sloppy Joe or a Chicken and Waffles, but either way, there could very well be a hearty brunch menu online with the good opening of 2023.

We’ll keep you posted, but for now, put September 30 as the Miracle Coffee opening in your calendar.

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