SINGAPORE COFFEE IS SERVED WITH CUSTOMER'S PERSONAL PREFERENCE

LEARN HOW TO ORDER
A CUP OF SINGAPORE COFFEE

Kopi - Coffee with Condensed Milk
("Kopi" in Malay language means "Coffee")
Kopi O - Coffee with Sugar
("O" in Hokkien Dialect means "Black")
Kopi C - Coffee with Sugar & Evaporated Milk
("C" in Hainese Dialect means "Fresh")
Kopi O Kosong - Coffee without Sugar & Condensed Milk
("Kosong" in Malay Lanuage means "Empty")
Kopi Peng - Iced Coffee
("Peng" in Hokkien Dialect means "Ice")
Kopi Siew Dai - Coffee wirh Less Sweet
("Siew Dai" in Hock Chew Dialect means "Less Sweet")
Kopi Ga Dai - Coffee with More Sweet
("Ga Dai" in Hock Chew Dialect means "More Sweet")
Kopi Gao - Coffee Thick
("Gao" in Hokkien Dialect means "Thick")
Kopi Di Lo - Coffee Extra Thick
("Di Lo" in Hokkien Dialect means "Pour All The Way")
Kopi Poh - Coffee Thin
("Poh" in Hokkien Dialect means "Thin")
Kopi Sua - Double Order of Same Coffee
("Sua" in Chinese Hokkien Dialect means "Follow")
Tiao He - Chinese Tea
(Fisihing in Hokkien Dialect, the motion of dipping the teabag is like fishing)
Tak Giu - Milo
(Soccer in Hokkien Dialect, Milo TV ad featuring Soccer in early year)