Last Updated: July 30, 2021
We all know that half the appeal when it comes to cafe-hopping lies in taking Instagram-worthy flatlays of beautifully plated food or staged candid shots at aesthetic corners. Even so, I’ll admit that I do miss my hearty brunches—my homecooked versions of these cafe staples have been falling short both taste and presentation-wise. I know we’re eagerly awaiting the next time our brunch date plans can come to fruition, but in the meantime, here are 15 cafes that will do delivery right to your door.
No seasoned cafe hopper hasn’t tried and raved about P.S. Cafe, known for their P.S. Truffle Shoestring Fries (S$17.67) that are tossed with a generous helping of grated parmesan and tossed in fragrant truffle oil and parsley. It’s definitely going to make your cheat day worth it, and especially so if you make it a meal with P.S. Cafe’s Green Goddess Pesto Penne (S$28.37) or Teriyaki Burger (S$16.50). They also offer islandwide delivery on foodpanda, and 20% off for orders collected via self-pickup at any of their outlets.
I have a list of places I want to visit on the Notes app on my phone, and one that’s at the top is Park Bench Deli. Despite not being able to visit the pretty blue and brown cafe in person, satiate your brunch cravings with their PBD Big Breakfast (S$22), which consists of ricotta hotcakes, scrambled eggs, tater tots, bacon, and sausages. If you’re looking for something lighter, you can opt for a sandwich from their selection of Cubano (S$16.50), Pastrami Reuben (S$24) and more. They offer islandwide delivery on Oddle or self-collection in-store.
No visit to a cafe is complete without a pasta dish—even more so when it comes to Tipo Strada. Whether you’re looking for a pasta dish that’s reliably delicious or want to spice things up with a unique combination of toppings, their customisable option is perfect for even the pickiest of eaters. Explore their Build Your Own Pasta (S$9.90+) or go with the tried-and-tested favourites such as Crazy Carbonara (S$16.90). Tipo Strada is currently available for delivery on foodpanda.
Few woes cannot be made easier with decadent golden brown waffles drizzled with syrup and dusted with powdered sugar. If you need something to satisfy that sweet tooth, Curious Palette is now offering free delivery for orders above S$50, S$6 delivery for orders above S$30, and S$10 delivery for orders below S$30. Remedy your Monday blues with their Buttermilk Waffles (S$11.50+) or make your meal more balanced and nutritious with a Salmon and Avocado Sandwich (S$15.90), a Sourdough Foccacia (S$9.90+) or more.
I remember celebrating my birthday here with some friends back in 2020, and since then it’s been one of my favourite cafes to recommend to friends. I don’t think you can go wrong with their Symmetry Eggs Benedict (S$27), Confit Pork Rolls (s$28) or their vegetarian-friendly Meatless Burger (S$28). Wash it all down with a selection of their Cold Brews (S$9+) and thank me for this recommendation later. Symmetry is offering delivery for S$15 with a minimum order of S$20, as well as self-pickup options at their Bugis outlet.
Sarnies has always been immensely popular amongst foodies and cafe-hoppers, and for good reason. If you’re looking to combine a solid cheat day with some self-care, go for their H.C.P. Sandwich (S$16.50) which is stuffed with mortadella, smoked ham, provolone dolce, red cheddar and giardiniera. And while you’re at it, add a Rich & Creamy Cold Brew (S$8) to your cart and enjoy a day full of good food. Sarnies is currently offering free islandwide delivery for orders above S$45.
136 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068601
+65 8284 2146
Weekday daytime menu: 10am – 5pm (Daily)
Weekday dinner menu: 5pm – 9pm (Daily)
Weekend brunch menu: 8.30am – 3.30pm
Mon to Fri: 7.30am – 8pm
Sat & Sun: 8.30am – 3.30pm
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A cafe concept birthed from PS. Cafe, Chopsuey Cafe has become devoted to serving Anglo-Chinese comfort food, or Westernised Chinese favourites. If you’re looking for a break in routine from your usual cafe fare, Chopsuey offers a Dim Sum Basket (S$28.37), Sweet and Sour King Prawns (S$34.79) and a myriad of other dishes that aren’t usually found in your typical cafe menus. They offer islandwide delivery and are also available on GrabFood, foodpanda and Deliveroo.
No cafe is complete without a range of cold brews, pasta and pizzas, of which The Assembly Ground ticks every box. If you’re in charge of planning a stay-home date or planning to buy your family a good meal, they are currently offering promotions for their mains such as the Pasta Fiesta for 2 (S$50, U.P. S$73) and The Works for 4 (S$79, U.P.123). Wash it all down with their Cold Brew (S$8) and treat yourself to a selection of their desserts for the full cafe experience. The Assembly Ground offers islandwide delivery (S$5+) or self-pickup options from their outlet.
The best brunches are those with sugar, spice and everything nice. No dessert fiend would want to pass up a chance to indulge in Gather. Sweet dreams are made of Sweet Crepes (S$14+) folded into golden quadrants filled with caramel, sugar and jam. Beat the afternoon slump with some baked goods from their extensive list–yes, we’re talking about their Sour Cherry Chocolate Cookie (S$4), or a Blueberry Scone with Lemon Curd (S$6). Gather is available on GrabFood and foodpanda, alternatively, you can Whatsapp +65 8462 2050 to place your order or take-away from their outlet directly.
If you have to celebrate yet another birthday in semi-lockdown and are too busy to whip out your whisk and baking prowess, Cream & Custard’s pastries await you. They are currently having a promotion for the month of August with a curated Dessert Box.02 (S$56, U.P. s$58). Each dessert box consists of bakes featuring local flavours such as orh nee, mango sago, ondeh ondeh, sesame matcha and more, perfect for sharing dessert with the family in lieu of National Day. Cream & Custard offers self-collection at Shenton Way and islandwide delivery services (S$15) with every order.
70 Shenton Way, #01-23, Singapore 079118
+65 9111 8696
Tue to Thu: 11am – 1pm
Fri & Sat: 11am – 2pm
Closed on Mon & Sun
Mon to Thu: 11am – 4pm
Fri to Sun: 11am – 6pm
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Delivery from The Forage Cafe could make for a very delightful breakfast-in-bed weekend meal so save yourself the trouble of a morning walk and stay comfortable between your sheets as you unwind and relax. Go all out with self-care this weekend with their Jalapeño Beef Ragu Smoked Waffle Sandwich (S$18.90), or celebrate National Day at home with their variety of Mix and Match Bundles (S$55.60++) for up to 8 pax. All their bundles include a selection of mains, side dishes and drinks. The Forage Cafe offers free delivery for orders above S$80 and self-pickup options.
One of my friends has raved about Kream & Kensho for as long as I can remember. I still have a note on my phone reminding me to try their Pork Katsu Sando (S$18), the Gyudon (S$16), and their Sour Plum Rice Chips (S$8), all of which are available on their delivery and takeaway menu. No cafe experience will be complete without a drink, so wash it all down with their Yuzu Matcha (S$6.50) or a Mint Mocha (S$6.50). Orders can be placed on Oddle, and are eligible for free delivery with a minimum spend of S$100.
33 Kampong Bahru Road, #01-01, Singapore 169354
+65 9435 0488
Mon to Sat: 10am – 6pm
Closed on Sun
Mon to Fri: 10.30am – 9.30pm
Sat & Sun: 9.30am – 9.30pm
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Brunches Cafe boasts an array of vintage products for sale but their prized goods are still definitely edible. Options are aplenty, and even the pickiest eater will find something that tickles their fancy. Take your pick from their Frutti di Mare (S$18.50), Golden Fish Cutlet with Cheesy Cheddar Sauce (S$20.90) and more. Brunches Cafe is available for order on Deliveroo and takeaway from their outlet.
I’m sure Wheeler’s Yard‘s unique decor is sorely missed by cafe hoppers islandwide. Even if you can’t get the typical Instagram-worthy money shot in front of their bicycle racks and rustic decor, have their Eggs Benedict (S$16.90), or their beer-battered Furikake Cauliflower (S$9.90) delivered right to your doorstep. They currently offer islandwide delivery (S$8), which is free for orders above S$50. If you’d like to take a trip down to takeaway and reminisce about the good ol’ days of dining in, Wheeler’s Yard is also offering 25% off self-pickup orders.
I saved the best for last. This had been on my “places to try” list for the longest time, and I remember being pleasantly surprised by their fare despite my high expectations. Give Daizu Cafe‘s Daizu’s Gyudon (S$18), Salmon Belly Ikura (S$18), and the Mentaiko Fries (S$12) a shot, I promise that it’ll be worth every calorie. Daizu Cafe is available for order on food delivery platforms such as GrabFood, Deliveroo and foodpanda, as well as offering 10% off takeaway orders from their outlet.
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