Established in 1860 by Riemon Tsuji, Tsujiri’s popularity has spread to many countries including Singapore. Today, it serves an assortment of matcha products, from matcha lattes to matcha parfaits.
However, o-matcha is the classic that matcha purists should go for. Be warned though, even the staff at Tsujiri outlets will tell you the o-matcha is incredibly potent. If you prefer mixing your own matcha, Tsujiri also retails the traditional tea bowl and whisk (chawan and chasen), as well as an assortment of tea powders and bags.
Many outlets including #B3-53, 313 Somerset, 313 Orchard Road.
With more than 460 stores in Japan, Châteraisé’s popularity is plain to see. It serves up a mean cream puff that comes with a generous serving of matcha cream filling. It is best eaten when partially frozen so you get to enjoy the bite of the cream.
Other matcha products that Châteraisé retails include its Uji Matcha Fluffy Cream Roll and Daifuku Mochi.
Many outlets including Shaw House, Scotts, 350 Orchard Road.
3. One Man Coffee
Even though One Man Coffee is a coffee branch, it brews a mean matcha latte that is the perfect solution for any cravings.
You can taste the milk in the latte yet, at the same time, it does not overpower the matcha flavour. Those with a penchant for matcha and lattes, this is your fix. If you’re planning to get some work done while sipping on this aromatic matcha latte, head to its quieter outlet in Cheong Chin Nam Road.
Several outlets including, #B1-23/24, MyVillage@Serangoon Garden, 1 Maju Avenue.
4. Maccha House
Another matcha store to look out for is Maccha House. Apart from matcha products like its signature matcha parfait and traditional matcha, it also offers many other food options.
For instance, Maccha House had a matcha dessert special going at $14.99 that comprised 6 kinds of matcha desserts, including traditional matcha and mochi. So the next time you hit town with friends, give Maccha House a try.
Several outlets including, #B1-40, Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road.
Ever since it set up its first store in Icon Village, Matchaya has quickly established itself as the matcha authority in Singapore. On its menu is a wide medley of matcha and houjicha products, such as bottled matcha, matcha powder, and matcha soft serve.
Its popularity also lies in the fact that it regularly sources for new flavours like goma (roasted black sesame) to add to its already impressive menu. You can also be assured of the quality of matcha that Matchaya uses, for every product goes through a stringent taste-test before it is released in a soft launch.
#01-72, Icon Village, 12 Gopeng Street
6. Nana's Green Tea
Joining the matcha party in town is Nana’s Green Tea. Its extensive menu ensures that whatever you are looking for, they have got you covered.
Most of its products come in matcha, houjicha, black sesame, and azuki flavours. They also offer set lunches for both weekdays and weekends for $13.90 in which you can pair a rice bowl with a selection of drinks from its regular menu.
#03-80/82, The Atrium @ Orchard, Plaza Singapura 60B,
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