Cafe-hopping bandwagon!


When I visited Australia last year I fell in love with the local cafe culture that was very prominent especially in Sydney compared with Goldcoast. In recent times, I’ve to say the cafe culture in Singapore has become increasingly popular. It’s like the latest buzz of the town, to check out new cafes to chill on lazy weekday afternoons or awesome brunch places perfect for the weekend when you wake up way past 10am.

Here are a few of my favourites!

1. Prive @ Keppel Bay 

A place I fell instantly in love with due to it’s perfect view while I dined. What more can you ask for when you have yachts before you.

Prive’s Ultimate Brekkie, SGD 20

Milkshakes – Chocolate Crunch (far left) and Malted Maltesers, SGD 11-12

Rich Chocolate Cake, SGD 8

Prive is a perfect place to dine both in the day and night depending on which atmosphere you are up for. I’ve been there for brunch twice and once for dinner. I personally prefer the brunch atmosphere which is usually packed with families over to kick start the day with a hearty breakfast as opposed to the dinner atmosphere which is a much cosier affair. Maybe, I’m biased cause I prefer brunch food over dinner, hands down!

No. 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore 098382

T:  +65 6776 0777

http://theprivegroup.com.sg/prive/

2. House, Barracks and Camp

One of the best brunches I’ve ever had. Period.

Barracks Freeform Eggs, SGD 21

Barracks is also known for it’s truffle fries (SGD 11) and true enough I wasn’t disappointed. I need to make a trip to Barracks again soon!

8D Dempsey Road

Singapore 249672

T: +65 6475 7787

http://www.dempseyhouse.com/

3. Toby’s Estate Cafe

Toby’s Breakfast Set, SGD 16+

Hot Chocolate, SGD 5+

Toby’s estate is one of those cafes which is known more for their coffee rather than the food. Nonetheless, the food wasn’t that disappointing. Getting to this place might be a slight hassle, especially if you’re not driving, but trust me, it’s worth it.

8 Rodyk St #01-03/04

Singapore 238216

T: +65 6636 7629

http://www.tobysestate.com.sg/

4. Wild honey @ Scotts Square

English breakfast, SGD 22

Wild honey is famous for being one of those places that has all-day breakfast, 7 days a week. They operate at 2 outlets in the heart of Singapore which is especially convenient. I’ve been to Wild honey (Scotts Square) twice and preferred the English breakfast to their Canadian, which was pancakes with bacon and maple syrup.

6 Scott’s Road, #03-01

Scott’s Square

Singapore 228209

T: +65 6636 1816

http://www.wildhoney.com.sg

5. Hatched @ Holland Village

Philly, SGD 15

Hatched recently opened it’s 2nd outlet in Holland Village which is definitely more accessible than their other outlet at Evan’s lodge.  And being a fan of eggs, I had to check this place out! Plus, it has all-day breakfast! That’s double awesome!

267 Holland Ave
Singapore 278989

T: +65 6463 0012

http://www.hatched.sg/

Be sure to check these places out if you’re in the Sunny island and are looking for new food haunts. Hope these places impress you as much as they impressed me. Also, feel free to drop me a comment if you’ve any recommendations for the foodie in me!

Please note all images belong to Solosingaporean except for those which have been linked directly to it’s source. Please give credit where it’s due. Merci!

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