Cafes Singapore 113 results
  • 15 Cafes You Didn’t Know Did Deliveries in Singapore

    Last Updated: April 4, 2016
    Cafes are all the rage in Singapore now, but sometimes it's just so hard to settle your eggs benedict craving when the cafe is just packed with other egg addicts. Well, have no fear, we've the ...
  • Working Title: Singapore Cafe Review

    Last Updated: January 7, 2016
    Hearty burgers and tasty bites at low-key Arab St cafe Over on Arab Street, the owners of The Social Hotel and nearby Afterwit Mexican Cafe, tend to their original cafe endeavor - Working Title. ...
  • Karafuru Desserts: Singapore Dessert Cafe Review

    Last Updated: December 25, 2015
    Japanese Eclairs and Parfaits. If you have an appetite for all things sweet or if you are simply looking for a quiet place away from the bustle of the city, consider visiting Karafuru Desserts - ...
  • Oriole Coffee + Bar: Singapore Cafe Review

    Last Updated: November 30, 2015
    Coffee fanatics serving up a refreshed menu. Located just outside of the Pan Pacific Serviced Suites and [email protected], is a well known gem - Oriole Coffee + Bar. Having walked past, but never ...
  • Caffe Bene: Singapore Korean Cafe Review

    Last Updated: November 19, 2015
    Korea's favourite coffee brand lands in Singapore. Caffe Bene - the Korean coffeehouse giant - has finally landed in Singapore, at VivoCity to be precise. The name, if you translate it literal...
  • 15 Popular Expat Hangouts in Singapore For Food, Friends & Foreigner Fun

    Last Updated: April 8, 2016
    Singapore is becoming increasingly known for being a popular destination for expats from around the globe. In fact, news channel CNBC just recently named Singapore the number one country in the ...
  • Antoinette’s La Pâtisserie au Sofitel: Pastries Review

    Last Updated: December 17, 2015

    Parisian Delight in the Heart of Singapore’s CBD.

    Antoinette Sofitel - Logo

    Chef Pang, the chef-owner of Antoinette, has always had a good sense of business and culinary acumen. Antoinette is just barely 5 years old, but Chef Pang’s work in Antoinette has wowed so many Singaporeans, expatriates and tourists alike. Just recently in September, Antoinette opened its third iteration, La Pâtisserie au Sofitel, in one of the most renowned designer hotels in the world, the Sofitel So.


  • 14 Most Instagrammable Cafes in Singapore For Great Photos

    Last Updated: January 10, 2016
    Don't we all love to dine in a cafe or restaurant with great ambience? But not many places offer it due to either space constraint or poor decorations/colour combinations. Also, with great ambiance ...
  • 18 Signs That You’re In A Hipster Cafe

    Last Updated: October 7, 2015
    Remember when cafes were just places where you stop for food and drinks, refueling yourself for whatever reason you wish. Simple decor, functional interior and of course modestly plated food that served its' purpose. Not anymore. With the rise of hipster culture, there is a shift of focus towards the aesthetics of a cafe's outlook. Pretentious or not, we've got to give an A for effort. Here's my list of tell-tale signs when you're in a hipster's territory. Run if you don't belong there - hipsters may or may not pour their cold brew on you. Flat white for you, sir? If you see these signs below, you're definitely in a hipster cafe. ...
  • Churro 101: Singapore Korean Cafe Review

    Last Updated: October 24, 2015


    Churro - KeepCalm (1 of 1) Churro 101, the famous Korean churro cafe, is launching it's first outlet in Singapore. This, my friends is very exciting news indeed and a welcome addition to the churro scene. The 20 seater cafe located within Bugis Plus is modern, cheeky and highly instagrammable. ...
  • 8 Places For The Best Bacon in Singapore Better Than Sex

    Last Updated: April 8, 2016
    best bacon in singapore There are bacon lovers out there and then there are BACON LOVERS. We're talking those people who sport bacon themed T-shirts, artwork, pillows and assorted memorabilia. There are even multiple websites strictly dedicated to bacon lovers and fan clubs, it's crazy. Bacon is just one of those foods that generates strong and emotional sentiments because it's just so darn good. I mean it goes well with anything and everything - eggs, toast, pasta, salads, brownies, ice-cream, on top of more bacon, you name it. Now in Singapore, we're divided between two types of bacon lovers. On one side we have the English traditionalists who prefer back bacon. This type of bacon comes from the pork loin area of the pig and is generally larger, more round in shape and slightly more chewy than its US counterpart. On the other side we have streaky bacon lovers. This traditional US cut comes from pork belly, is cured and fried to a fatty crisp. Personally, when it comes to bacon I don't discriminate. ...
  • Roosevelt’s Diner and Bar : Weekend Brunch Review

    Last Updated: January 23, 2016

    Who doesn't Love an All-Day Brunch?

    Roosevelt's Diner & Bar Weekend Brunch |

    It's no surprise that brunch is the favourite meal of most Singaporeans (at least for now). Tucked in a corner next to Outram MRT station (Exit H) is Roosevelt's Diner and Bar, an all American diner bar that serves food from the heart.

    Recently, they have launched an all new All day weekend and public holiday brunch menu! And for the price and the serving size, this would be on my list of convenient and favourite brunch places.

    This review was written by multiple writers by the way.


  • Benjamin Browns: Singapore Over The Top Milkshake Review

    Last Updated: October 11, 2015

    Shake it off! Shake it off!

    Benjamin Browns-Exterior

    One can find Benjamin Browns cafe tucked in the corner of the ground level of Forum The Shopping Mall just off of Orchard Road. Its black color scheme and relative small scale can be overpowered by the sprawling spaces and bright lights of the nearby big chain restaurants, but just keep your eyes peeled for the tables of smiling patrons taking endless photos of their over the top shakes and cakes and you have arrived at Benjamin Browns. ...
  • Cake Spade: Singapore Milkshake Review

    Last Updated: September 14, 2015

    Eat a Shake, Drink a Cake.

    cake spade singapore review

    Cake Spade occupies a mere 300 square feet (approximate) of space at Orchid Hotel amongst the many F&B establishments in the Tanjong Pagar area and yet its hard to miss with constant crowd surrounding this cosy café/bakery. ...
  • Angelina: Singapore French Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: September 4, 2015

    “A taste of France”

    Angelina restaurant front

    Famous French patisserie Angelina has come our sunny island with its fleet of teas and desserts in tow! Three things come to mind when I think of Paris: Honeymoon destination, the Eiffel Tower and the Parisian cuisine. The state is known for these three things, and now you will be able to enjoy the third at one of Paris' most iconic institutions right here in Singapore. ...
  • Afterwit Mexican Taqueria: Singapore Cafe Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016

    Chilled out cafe serving up Mexican bites - Halal style

    Afterwit Mexican Cafe-Exterior

    Located on the ever-bustling North Bridge Road in the Arab Quarter, the co-owners of nearby Working Title have opened the doors on their newest cafe venture, Afterwit Mexican Taqueria. Taking advantage of the relatively untouched area of Mexican Halal restaurants in Singapore, Afterwit provides a welcome twist on the everyday cafe menu, offering a variety of classic Mexican dishes and refreshing beverages. ...
  • Mon Bijou: Singapore Cafe Review

    Last Updated: August 31, 2015

    A taste of France

    Mon Bijou cafe singapore claymore

    Mon Bijou, located at Claymore Connect (formerly known as Orchard Hotel Shopping Arcade) is the newest F&B brand by the Millennium group, serving French pastries and desserts with a local twist. The list of food items on the menu ranges from their all-day breakfast, lunch to snacks and desserts. We were kindly invited to this cafe's opening event to check out what's in store. ...
  • Le Halo: Singapore Cafe Review

    Last Updated: September 9, 2015

    A hidden find in Tiong Bahru

    Le Halo cafe singapore My initial reaction when I stepped into this quaint little cafe was that it would make a good place for me to take my wedding photos. Just 8 minutes walk from Tiong Bahru MRT, Le Halo is a picture perfect cosy little "home" for anyone looking for a place to chill out. ...
  • Hyde and Co.: Singapore Cafe Review

    Last Updated: August 27, 2015

    Cafe food which packs a hefty punch

    hyde and co cafe singapore-9432 Have you ever wondered how the owner - Derrick Chew - of Hyde and Co. got his inspiration for the cafe's name? Well, I'm going to tell you anyway. After a period of intensive research on Northbridge Road, the stretch of tarmac where Hyde and Co. can now be found, the team discovered that it is one of the oldest and longest roads to have ever been built in Singapore. ...
  • Rice and Fries: Singapore Cafe Review

    Last Updated: August 7, 2015

    A more sophisticated Cafe

    Rice-and-Fries Located just a stone's throw away from the Kembangan MRT station, Rice and Fries serves up hearty Western cuisine in the neighborhood. Run by a cute couple whose love story will make anyone go 'aww', this quaint little cafe has been well-received by many looking for quality food without feeling the pinch in the pocket. All prices indicated on their menu are nett  so you don't have to tax yourself mentally by trying to calculate what your bill is going to total up to after the pesky service charge or GST. ...
  • 12 More Singaporean Cafes Below $12

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    Quintessentially, the same motto follows; Cafe hopping does not always have to be expensive. I will be the first to admit that the cafe scene in Singapore is slowing down (not yelling timber) - ...
  • 10 Awesome Cafes in Singapore’s West that are NOT in Bukit Timah

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    If you live in the West, you would know very well the severe lack of cafes in the area. Once again, the East of Singapore triumphs in bringing us over to explore even their most ulu parts for their ...
  • Bridge: Singapore Cafe Review

    Last Updated: February 23, 2016

    Enjoy Fine-Dining In A Casual and Laid-Back Cafe Setting

    Bridge-Logo As a cafe in the daytime and a Restaurant/ Bar in the nighttime, BRIDGE is all about its contemporary modern European menu. Wishing to bridge (hey, nice pun) the gap between ordinary Singaporeans and fine dining, the restaurant has revamped their menu a total of 6 astonishing times just to find the perfect combination of menu items which would be able to offer the total experience of fine-dining; doing away with the exorbitant costs and intimidating atmosphere inevitably found within a high-end restaurant. ...
  • Double Scoops: Singapore Gelato Cafe Review

    Last Updated: July 13, 2015

    “Cool, localised treats that can delight many”

    Double Scoops front sign shop Nestled away in neighborhood Ang Mo Kio, going to Double Scoops for an artisan gelato tasting was rather timely if you consider the hot spell in Singapore these days. Other than bingsu and frozen yoghurt, sometimes the good ol’ ice cream is more than enough to make any kid, or adult, cool and happy in this heat. ...