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The Wired Monkey
47 reviews
A Specialty Coffeehouse with The Wired Monkey's own customised blend! Located in the streets of Little India.

What Guests Say

2858 reviews

Cake can be bigger and probably some sprinkles/toppings for cake. Otherwise my kids had fun. Bonus is there is 2 hour free parking.

Paul Chong

Mommy Soh is a wonderful host, teacher & cook. I highly recommend experiencing One Kind House.

Matt Aujla

We had a great experience with the pizza workshop. The hosts were great and the company was fantastic. The drizzle did not make it less memorable.

Sean Bai

Attended with my husband and son for “Learn to be your own Barista: Latte Art and Coffee Masterclass” at The Wired Monkey and it was such an amazing experience! Thoroughly enjoyed our session with Haslee, who wa...


Vendor generous. Limited teambuilding specifically but activity was interesting.

Felicia Nai

Wonderful experience! would consider joining other activities as well

Poh Kah

Signed up with my partner to learn more about cocktails and it was a wonderful experience. A very cozy and comfortable environment, and Xan was very professional in explaining to us the history of the various co...


Very informative and fun session especially for beginners! Love the way Keith teaches in a simplified manner which makes it easier for beginners to learn and he’s a very patient + knowledgeable barista teacher. ...


Helpful Questions

What are some popular local dishes in Singapore?
Some popular local dishes in Singapore include Hainanese chicken rice, laksa, char kway teow, nasi lemak, and chilli crab.
Where can I find the best hawker food in Singapore?
You can find excellent hawker food at popular hawker centres such as Maxwell Food Centre, Tiong Bahru Market, Old Airport Road Food Centre, and Chinatown Complex Food Centre.
What are some high-end restaurants in Singapore for a fine dining experience?
Singapore offers a range of high-end restaurants for a fine dining experience. Some renowned ones include Odette, Les Amis, Jaan, Waku Ghin, and Burnt Ends.
Is there a vegetarian or vegan food scene in Singapore?
Yes, Singapore has a growing vegetarian and vegan food scene. There are numerous restaurants and cafes catering to plant-based diets, such as VeganBurg, Original Sin, Whole Earth, and Genesis Vegan Restaurant.
What is the best time to visit food festivals in Singapore?
Singapore hosts several food festivals throughout the year. The best time to visit is during the Singapore Food Festival held in July, where you can indulge in a wide variety of local and international cuisines.
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