Once you get in this hidden spot, you’ll understand why people find this to be a refuge, Ronin located on Hong Kong Street, in the middle of Singapore’s financial district is a surprisingly difficult coffee shop to find. Mainly because there’s no real sign to point you to where it is, there’s only really just a subtle logo that’s in a shaded area, recessed from the sidewalk. But once you’re in, you feel rewarded immediately. There’s a very charming vibe to it, with its dimly lit atmosphere, having this kind of used and upcycled aesthetic where it feels like certain parts of their shop uses rebuilt and repurposed furniture. Recycled furniture like wooden tables, and repurposed lockers serve as accent pieces on an otherwise sparse floor. Clearly, people go here to escape from the chaos of the bustling city. Overall, their vibe is in sync with the kind of aesthetic they have and they have excellent service, the staff are very accommodating and everyone’s laid back which is why people are drawn to this place.