Cafe In Singapore
Singapore’s cafe scene is quite popular and there are more and more cafes opening in the country recently. Singapore cafes are also trending due to cafe hopping and being a perfect place for Singaporean to have a brunch or lunch. The food offerings in cafes has been increasing, ranging from western food in Singapore to solely pastries and cakes. Since there are so many nice cafes in Singapore, here is the list of cafes that have the best food in Singapore. Some might be cafes nearby your area!
Kith cafe is a nice cafe in Singapore that has over 10 outlets in Ascott Orchard, Bras Basah, Bukit Timah, Isetan Scotts, Marina Square, Millenia Walk, Robertson Quay, Spottiswoode, West Coast and Winsland House. They are well known to create instagrammable and delicious breakfasts, probably the best breakfast in Singapore. The Kith cafe also offers traditional Italian pastas and aromatic coffee. Last but not least, this cafe has been highlighted on several newspaper columns such as New York Times, Singapore Wallpaper guide, Monocle, Louis Vuitton City Guide, Luxe Guide Singapore, Business Times, The Straits Times and Lian He Wan Bao. Fun fact, do you know that in Kith Cafe, you can pay your tabs later in the form of IOU on the black board and pay your bills the next day if you forgot to bring your cash? Click here to view their menu!
Opening hours: 8am–10pm (closed on Tuesdays)
Address: 31 Ocean Way #01-08, Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375
Phone: 6734 9007
d’Good Cafe is a highly endorsed cafe due to its strong expertise in coffee brewing, cake and cooking. You can tell by its interior design that exhibits the history of Singapore’s very own coffee making in their Singapore coffee museum, located just beside their cafe! Do take some time to explore this unique museum. At its 65-seater cafe located at Takashimaya S.C., Ngee Ann City, you will see that the cafe is beautifully decorated with 2 concepts which are the London Tube and an English Garden. Their speciality is its handcrafted coffee and tea as well as its high quality fresh bakes that are made in the kitchen daily. It is best complemented with the Maple Sea Salt Cheesecake. For the mains, you can try their Ling Cod Fish and Chips, Poached Fresh Lobster pasta, Scotch Egg, Portobello Eggs Benedict and D’Lobster Roll. Click here to view their menu! Click here to check for the locations of the outlets.
Opening hours: 10am – 10.30pm daily
Address: 273 Holland Ave, #02-01/02, Singapore 278992
Phone: 6219 9807
Café de Nicole’s Flower
Like to visit a place that is full of floral scent with a hinge of an aroma mash-up of roses, freesias, lilac and peonies? Or like to be ladylike, taking an instagrammable picture and enjoying a high tea session amongst the flower dome? Well, you shouldn’t miss this cafe, Café De Nicole’s Flower. The ambience of this cafe is perfect for a romantic brunch with your loved ones, a garden like venue just for your perfect girl’s night out and a cool placeto hang out with your furry pets. Featuring flowers that represents all the seasons from spring, summer, autumn and winter. This cafe presents an all day breakfast menu that offers sweet treats such as waffles and souffle pancakes. Do you know that there is also a florist and flower shop in the cafe? You can even buy a flower bouquet and surprise your loved one while dining! Some of the recommended dishes are rose latte, in which the roses used are completely freshly picked from the flower shop, cheese filling ravioli and souffle pancakes. Click here to view their menu.
Opening hours: 9am – 8pm (Closed on Monday)
Address: 224 Telok Kurau Rd, #01-01, Singapore 423836
Phone: 8338 8511
PS. Cafe is a humble homegrown cafe started in 1999 that has expanded over the years locally and has numerous outlets in Singapore. The most distinctive outlet in Singapore is the PS. Cafe Raffles City, this branch is furnished in the likes of a greenhouse with floor to ceiling windows that reveal the lush greenery and plant decorations surrounding the cafe. Located in the central business district (CBD), this cafe speciality incluse western food in Singapore. Food wise, you can order the Baked Greek Spinach Pie, PS. Kaya Toast, Buttermilk Fried Chicken, PS. Crab and Prawn Laksa and Chopsuey Beef Pho. Click here to view their menu!
Opening hours: 11am – 10pm daily
Address: Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Rd, #03-37, Singapore 179103
Phone: 6708 9288
Started as an Australian hipster cafe that is extremely popular in its hometown, Sarnies has finally made its way to Singapore. Located at the Central Business District (CBD), this is the perfect cafe for office workers to grab their morning coffee and salads for lunch. Presenting their signature Aussie style and large filling meal, you will be able to taste the wide array of options available such as the house cured bacon, salads and sandwiches. The things you can order there are egg and sausage muffins, salmon and cheese bagels. Click here to view their menu: .
Mon – Fri: 7.30am – 8.30pm
Weekends and PH: 8.30am – 3.30pm
Address: Telok Ayer St, 136, Singapore 068601
Phone: 8284 2146
Housed in a glasshouse in the middle of the Central Business District (CBD), Raffles Place MRT station, The Providore is a cafe that is open at all times, Monday to Sunday. Their menu includes light refreshments and snacks such as Spanish baked eggs with chorizo sausages, breakfast bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich. The Providore cafe also has its own in house bakery selling its daily freshly made baking goods such as fresh buns and gourmet products. Do you know? The Providore at Raffles Place is also the flagship Providore cafe in Singapore and totally cool with accepting takeaways. Click here to view their menu!
Mon – Fri: 9am – 1030pm
Weekends and PH: 9am – 10.30pm
(Last order at 10pm)
Address: 333A Orchard Road, Mandarin Gallery #02-05, Singapore 238897
Phone: 6732 1565
Tiong Bahru Bakery
Tiong Bahru used to be an upscale neighborhood where many expats and wealthy families reside. Today, Tiong Bahru is a popular neighborhood that houses rows and rows of different types of cafe. From hipster cafes to retro ones. One of the oldest cafes here is the Tiong Bahru Bakery which constantly introduces new variations of French pastries and baked goods while retaining their signature goods such as the Sourdough Waffles that have a long history from 158 years ago. Other hot items and public favourites are the Rainbowl Rice and Hot Chicken Salad. The atmosphere at the bakery is cozy and spacious which is certainly a family friendly cafe to gather at. It can be said that Tiong Bahru Bakery is the signature cafe of Singapore and the only cafe that a tourist shouldn’t miss. They have various outlets in Singapore, click here to find out the locations. Click here to view their menu!
Opening hours: 8am – 9pm daily
Address: 252 North Bridge Road #B1-11 Raffles City Shopping Centre, 179103
Phone: 6333 4160
Chye Seng Huat Hardware
You might be wondering why this cafe would be included in a cafe list when it’s called Chye Seng Huat Hardware! At the first glance of the name, I thought that I’d walked through a hardware store instead of a cafe. However, Chye Seng Huat Hardware is indeed a cafe that is exceptionally well known among the locals and expats in Singapore. In this cafe, you would immerse in an industrial-like environment like you are in fact in a hardware store. This had to do with the history of this cafe. Chye Seng Huat Hardware is actually housed in a former hardware store for handcrafted coffee and desserts. Enjoy some jazz music from the vinyl machine as you take a sip and unwind your day here. You’re recommended to try their Nitrogen Cold Brew. Click here to view their menu!
Opening hours: 9am – 9pm daily
Address: 150 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207563
Phone: 6396 0609
Whisk & Paddle
Whisk & Paddle is a cafe that is out of the way from the city’s center. Located in a slightly remote location, Punggol East Container Park, this is the perfect getaway place to eat in Singapore if you want to get away from the bustling city and would like to enjoy your day closer to nature. Whisk & Paddle offers an all-day breakfast menu, so you can always head there in the afternoon and indulge in some late brunch too. Enjoy an ice cold beer or freshly brewed coffee under the stars at their veranda at night. This is a pet friendly cafe if you would like to bring your pets along. Their signature meals are Macaroni & Cheese, Berries Rose Tart and Cha Yen Krup. Click here to view their menu!
Mon- Fri: 3.30pm – 10.30pm
Weekends: 9.30pm – 10.30pm
Address: 10 Tebing Ln, Singapore 828836
Phone: 6242 4617
Looking out the floor to ceiling window in the Wild Honey cafe, you would love the panoramic view of Singapore’s National Museum of Singapore. This cafe in Singapore is a total resemblance of a loft in Brooklyn, decorated using furniture from recycled wood, the dining area is dimly lit with a long table where around 10 people can eat together. The ambience is quiet and delighted, surrounded by the cafe’s signature tables and chairs. Some of the masses favourite dishes are The Norwegian, European, Canadian and Parisian. Not only that, the menu also caters to people with special diets by serving a long list of menu items that are vegetarian, gluten free, dairy free and vegan. Click here to view their menu and their outlets if you’re nearby!
Opening hours: 9am – 9pm daily
Address: 333A Orchard Rd, #03-01/02, Singapore 238897
Phone: 6235 3900
Penny University is a bistro started out in London, created by a native London coffee lover. Coffee beans in Penny University are all specially sourced specialty coffee beans from London roasters. Sophisticated cakes and western food are also served in this cafe, so do not worry that you would be stuck with a limited food choice or having to make the same food choice as your friends in a gathering. Located at Le Peranakan Hotel, Penny University is only a short walk from Kembangan MRT station which makes it very convenient for you to meet your friends there. Click here to view their menu!
Opening hours: 8am – 8.30pm
Address: 402 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428997
Phone: 6345 9055