Before leaving, select a loaf of excellent sourdough to bring home! The menu features only tapas, but perfectly forgivable as the options are plenty enough — 23 to be exact. Read our full review of Chillax Cafe: 50 Stamford Road, 01-01 Singapore Management University, Singapore 178899 Opening Hours: Mon — Thu, 3pm — 1am; Fri, 4pm — 2am; Sat, 11am — 2am; Sun, 11am — 12am Tel: +65 6255 7497 20. Talk about an easy weekend winner! When we first heard about Necessary Provisions, we were really excited for a few reasons. The desserts served are also quite aesthetically pleasing along with the detailed plating. Katasumi Koohii Katasumi Koohii is one of those places I am reluctant to share. You'd have to wake up early to head to this bakeshop in Serene Centre if you want to try their legendary sourdoughs — they sell out as early as noon on weekdays, and sometimes even earlier on weekends.
You can find our full review of. Eggs slightly runny with a milky base, together with not too salty smoked salmon, this dish has managed to secure its place of one of the best I have tried so far. The hearty dish features 500g of fresh lobsters, prawns, clams and octopus. This coffee bar first started in Johor Bahru in 2009, and the Everton Park outlet is its first venture in Singapore. The fried, doughty sticks dipped in the creamy, pandan-infused custard is heaven on earth.
I do have another dessert cafe recommendation. It is one of the best hidden cafes in Singapore. You will be disappointed if you are coming for fuller meals or weekend brunch. The food provided may be simple, but they have added their own twist, like the Popcorn Matcha Latte, an interesting mix of the bitterness of matcha and the buttery popcorn. Fri-Sat 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 11pm Tel: 6291 2330 4. We can't promise that the food here is equally great, but we can guarantee that you'll have at least one comment complaining bojio on your Instagram feed. This lovely little cafe has recently undergone a refurbishment with a new look and plenty of cool craft stations for kids and a neat menu offering Western treats.
Block 462 Crawford Lane 01-63 Tel: +65 6648 0178 Tue to Thu: 9. Think raw, wholewheat, sugar-free, gluten-free goodness. Plus, we are happy to report that we enjoyed every last bite of the mudpie we had. Late last year, a new addition — Whisk Café — has joined the hipster neighbourhood and the rest is history. We may have gotten sozzled here one too many times… t, 118 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068587, p. Photography: courtesy of Big Fish Small Fish Operating out of a container along Punggol Park is Big Fish Small Fish: a cafe which offers Fish and Crisps. Batterworks is also listed in our.
The mini putt putt golf next door will offer loads of happy distraction for the kiddos including swings , so you can eat in peace. The food here is no letdown either, with healthy and hearty rice bowls and pizzas, as well as a decadent brunch menu for sweet tooths. The combination of savoury homemade parmesan waffles, smokey paprika fried chicken and charred generous red pepper and tomato sauce is well worth the minimum 15 minutes waiting time. You won't want to miss out on their desserts! Nestled in a quiet enclave in Tiong Bahru, Flock provides the backdrop for that business meeting or the perfect spot to while the day away. Unpretentious food, a relaxed and casual setting, Artichoke ticked all the right boxes.
They have a variety of food selections on the menu, and I love the desserts there! Thick brioche with a runny egg in the middle is blanketed with melted cheese and served with a side of salty-sweet bacon jam. Its ambience is uber cool with a Taiwanese hole-in-the-wall vibe. One of my favourite cafes in Singapore; this place got me loving it at first sight. Hougang has never been known to have a bustling cafe area, but Flavour Flings — located in the heartland neighbourhood of Hougang Avenue 1 — brings an interesting fresh face in to the neighbourhood. Garlic Fries was overkill since we had so much of it. Alternatively, one could also order their French Toast with Bacon and Scrambled Eggs accompanied by Butter and Maple Syrup.
Working Title Brunch and burgers from Working Title. The Providore Raffles Place: 7 Raffles Place Singapore 048625 Opening Hours: Mon — Sat, 8am — 10. There are many reasons that it is absolutely brilliant: a it serves skinny pizza and bar food like nuclear buffalo wings and fries b it has a craft beer, wine and cider menu to die for, c you can order from neighbouring Esarn Thai restaurant and Poulet Vous Rotisserie direct to your table, d your kids have plenty of flat scooting space and e kids can unofficially play downstairs at the condo playground. To sum up Assembly Coffee: Excellent coffee, a small and concise food menu serving inexpensive comfort food, and a small and charming space, Assembly Coffee is a gem and worth a visit. Give the Korean mushroom bap a go — the kimanguru rice topped with shimeiji and shiitake mushroom will have you asking for more. Get a scoop of their Sicilian Pistachio, Strawberry Cheesecake, Straciatella, or all three! Photography: SandBank via Facebook Lamenting the loss of The Bank Bar + Bistro? Camp Kilo also holds weekly events including the upcoming vegan day out as well as Camp Kido made specially for little campers with plenty of games, activities and workshops to keep them entertained.
Is it just me or do everybody feel the Monday blues on Sunday itself, and you feel the Sunday blues? I believe and they are sumptuous! Have your cake and eat it too at The Lawn: a health-conscious salad stop where you can customise your green bowl with an array of toppings and grilled meats. We loved the modern Hawaiian menu, and the kids tucked into burgers and an amazing grilled chicken. Ask about the Kids Club Card, which involves some tasty perks! How about regular sports screenings for dad, and even a dart board for the moody teens in da house? There are ample of seats on the inside, with adequate spaces in between tables. The menu is also specially designed to incorporate a fruity element; even their side salads for the main courses come with generous chunks of fresh fruits. Oh, must put coupon if you park along the road behind the row of shophouses.
The rustic vibes from these grand colonial buildings exude a tranquil English countryside charm where visitors are able to enjoy some quiet time away from the mayhem of the city. The salads have received a particularly warm welcome, with a hearty amount of meat to go with the vegetables, keeping you from feeling rabbity while still being healthy. When paying the bill, the receipt is given in a jewelled box to maintain the posh vibe. Just passing by~ If you decide to try any of these suggestions I hope I didn't let you down. Yes, Tiong Hoe was hipster before hipster was even a thing. Try the sleepover hatched special — grilled bananas and streaky bacon sandwiched between a thick French brioche toast, drizzled with maple syrup.