Chock full of beans

Grandma stopped cooking on weekends a while ago since most of us are out and she has dinner dates regularly so I’m constantly on the look out for good eats near my place. It’s such a chore because my place is in a far flung corner of Singapore and to get to anywhere that resembles civilization takes a bus ride.

Saw Chock Full of Beans on my friend’s insta and it’s pretty near my place

I like Chock Full of Beans for its good lattes and also, its un-judging atmosphere when I head there alone. I think traveling solo kind of instilled this courage in me. I like to tell myself – “There is no shame in dining alone”.

Rose latte


Comes with whipped creme, rose petals (which taste sweet weirdly, because I accidentally tasted one) and rose syrup.

They serve brunch on weekends

My eggs weren’t poached perfect as you can see, they ain’t runny. The bread was not toasted and it was tough.

I guess it’s also about the price you pay. I remember my eggs benedict with salmon was chea, it was merely a 13SGD. It’s quite impossible to find eggs benedict with smoked salmon at that price.

Drinks menu


Brunch menu

Will I head there again? Yeah probably I think so, I like the unpretentious air, the kampong feeling of Changi Village and also the fact that it’s a cheap brunch place near my home.

Chock Full of Beans
4 Changi Village, #01-2090, Singapore 500004
Tue – Fri: 11:00am – 10:00pm
Sat – Sun: 9:00am – 10:00pm
Tel: +65 6214 8839


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