Waved uses electromagnetic waves for coffee in Katong

While cafes in Singapore are pretty much ubiquitous, it’s hard to come by one that is doing something truly inventive with their coffee. Here’s one that does: Waved, a cafe in Katong that offers the “world’s first beverages enhanced by electromagnetic waves”.

But what does all that mean? Simply put, this cafe uses a machine called The Single Wavemaker, which sends electromagnetic waves through the drink to energise its molecules. This is said to prevent oxidation, ensuring consistent taste and smoother texture in every cup served.

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The best way to see how this works for yourself is to try the Waved Tasting Experience (from $6), which is a sort of tasting menu featuring a small cup of “waved” coffee and one that has not undergone the same process. Once you’re done comparing the two cups, you can enjoy some cold-pressed fruit juice that has been “waved” as well.

You can also simply order a full cup of “waved” coffee here. Options include the Long Black (from $4.50), White (from $5.50), and Mocha ($6.50). Interestingly, you get to choose which beans you’d like to have—these are sourced from local brands including Alchemist and Homeground.

While you’re there, consider trying some of their “waved” Cold-Pressed Juice (from $4.90) too. If you can’t choose between the many brightly-coloured juices on display, we recommend trying the Sweet Green flavour, which combines apple, spinach, and lemon into an incredibly smooth and easy-to-drink beverage.

For a new brunch cafe that’s a short walk away from Waved, read our June Coffee review. For more food and drink options nearby, read our best Katong V food places guide.

Address: 2 Fowlie Road, #01-06, Singapore 428505
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 5pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 6pm
Tel: 8388 5155
Waved Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Photos taken by Maisie Chong.
This was an independent visit by Eatbook.sg.

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