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1. GreyBox Coffee

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Looking for a new coffee chain to frequent? China’s popular GreyBox Coffee has opened its first-ever outlet in Singapore, bringing its fan-favourite and award-winning coffee brews to our shores. Located at UE Square, the coffee chain features a pretty minimalist, no frills interior space decked in woods and hues of grey (of course).

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Aside from their classic premium coffee brews, you can also get their popular Dirty Mocha ($8) that comes in a cup overflowing with cheese milk foam—it’s kind of like tiramisu in drink form! They’ve also got a selection of pastries and desserts you can choose from: like French Cinnamon Swirl ($4), Blueberry Cheesecake ($11), Canelé ($4.50) and more.


GreyBox Coffee

Address: 81 Clemenceau Ave, #01-12 UE Square, Singapore 239917

Opening Hours: 8am-6pm daily



2. 9Toast


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You’ve probably seen the viral honey-glazed toast in cafés around Bangkok, and now you can get them right here in Singapore too. 9Toast is Singapore’s first-ever honey toast-specialty café, and it’s conveniently located in the heart of town at Singapore Shopping Centre. Their honey-glazed toasts are made with white Shokupan bread for a milky-sweet taste and pillowy soft texture.

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Go for their Original ($8.50) served with chewy milk injeolmi, milk cream and strawberries, or try the Purple Haze ($8.50) if you like taro. For something that’s both sweet and savoury, their That’s So Cheesy ($7.50) comes with stretchy mozzarella cheese and honey syrup. Other signature drinks on the menu include Purple Haze Latte ($7.90), Black Coffee Macchiato ($6.50), Passionfruit Honey Tea (from $5.50) and more.



Address: 190 Clemenceau Ave, #01-18 Singapore Shopping Centre, Singapore 239924

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 10.30am-6pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11.30am-8pm




3. The Artisan Café


Tried this new kakigori spot that I’ve been eyeing and I loved their desserts! 🖤🍡🍵🫘 If you love rich black sesame, def try this 😛 • 📍The Artisan Cafe (Bugis) @The Artisan Cafe • #sgfoodie #wheretoeat #dessert #shavedice #tiktoksg kakigori / japanese shaved ice in Singapore

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If you love Kakigori or shaved ice, you’re going to want to check out this new Kakigori-specialty café in Singapore offering massive shaved iced desserts and also savoury hot mains. Located within D’Nova Hotel is The Artisan Café, a moody space decked in neon lights. They specialise in fusion Japanese fare, with items like Wafu Pasta ($13), Seafood Risotto ($16), Beef Sando ($7.90) and more.

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But must-trys are definitely their signature Kakigori desserts (from $6.90 each) in unique flavours and piled high with toppings. One of the more interesting options include the Black Sesame Mochi Kakigori that’s topped with rich black sesame paste and a blanket of stretchy mochi. Other options include the Guava Sake, Mango Pomelo and Raspberry Rose, among others. 


The Artisan Café

Address: 14 Purvis St, Singapore 188593

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-2.30pm & 5.30pm-9.30pm



4. Offday Coffee

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Here’s another new coffee spot to add to your list, brought to you by none other than the folks behind the popular Broti. Offday Coffee is tucked away in Baghdad Street in Bugis, offering artisanal coffee brews from their quirky little takeaway joint.

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Aside from the classic coffee brews (from $4), you can also get more unique coffee and non-coffee drinks like Spanish Latte (from $6), Dirty Bandung ($7), Dirty Pandan ($7), Pink Matcha ($6), Choco Mint (from $6.50), Choco Orange (from $6.50) and more.


Offday Coffee

Address: 21 Baghdad Street, Singapore 199660

Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday, 12pm-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 11am-11pm; Sunday, 11am-10pm



5. Ki-Mochi

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A café specialising in mochi? Say less: Ki-Mochi is a cosy little gelato café with all things mochi, like mochi waffles and mochi pancakes paired with ice cream at affordable prices starting from just $4.50. Look out for their cobalt blue signage and stop by for a late-night dessert run as they open till 1am on Fridays and Saturdays.


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Their mochi items are freshly made in-house, and you’ve got the likes of Signature Mochi Pancake ($4.50), Mochi Waffle ($6) and the classic Plain Waggle ($4.50) or Chocolate Lava Cake ($6.50) as well. Pair your treats with gelato scoops in flavours like Blue Pea Lemongrass, Strawberry Milk, Milk & honey, Osmanthus Oolong, Earl Grey Lavender and more.



Address: Blk 446 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-1661, Singapore 560446

Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 12pm-10pm; Friday-Saturday, 12pm-1am



6. June Coffee

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You might be familiar with the TikTok-viral brunch afé in Chinatown, September Coffee, and if you’re a fan of them you’ll be glad to know that they’ve just opened a new sister concept in the East Coast! Staying true to their theme of naming cafés after months, the new café is aptly named June Coffee, since it first soft launched in June.

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June Coffee features a stylish and aesthetic interior with wood furnishing and a communal island-style table as a centrepiece. There’s indoor and outdoor seating available as well, and they’re pet-friendly outdoors. On the menu are hearty all-day brunch mains like Beef Tenderloin Croffle ($24), Honey, Lemon & Ricotta ($17), Rosé Rigatoni ($20), Truffle Mushroom Pappardelle ($19) and more.


June Coffee

Address: 49 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428768

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Thursday, 10.30am-6.30pm; Friday-Saturday, 10am-7pm; Sunday, 10am-6pm




7. butter tgt

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Opened by popular home baker Youkneadcakes is butter tgt, a quaint little café in the CBD. The cosy space is tucked away on the second floor of a shophouse in Duxton, with a warm and inviting, almost cottagecore-esque vibe. Seating is rather limited, with a long communal-style table and several small tables by the window.

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Signatures from the menu include the freshly baked-to-order Madeleines ($7.50), and there are also a couple of other savoury bunch bites like Avocado Toast ($12), Grilled Cheese ($14) and Maple Granola ($14) you can choose from. 


butter tgt

Address: 76A Duxton Rd, Singapore 089535

Opening Hours: 8.30am-5pm daily (closed on Tuesday)



8. Quasont

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It’s not often you find café bakes and pastries under $2, especially in this economy, but Quasont actually manages to do just that, with bakes starting from a super pocket-friendly $1.60 apiece! Quasont is a bakery-cafe located in Woodlands, with a minimalist wood-furnished interior and a stunning glass display of fresh bakes for all to see.

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Think the likes of croissants, fruit-filled danishes, breads, cakes, tarts, croffles and more. Croissants start from $2.80 and range from classic flavours to loaded options with cream cheese garlic, tuna, sausage and more. They’ve also got heartier mains like Seafood Aglio Olio ($13.80), Salmon Fillet ($16.80) and Buffalo Wings ($9.80), among others. 



Address: 888 Woodlands Drive 50, #01-753, Singapore 730888

Opening Hours: 10am-9.30pm daily



9. Within the Walls Dessert Bar

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Within the Walls Dessert Bar is unlike any other retro Hong Kong-inspired concept you’ve seen—it’s inspired by the infamous Kowloon Walled City, a notorious lawless city within Hong Kong. the space is super vibey with plenty of nostalgic decor, vintage posters, antique memorabilia and neon signage to make the place look as authentic as possible.

Within The Walls Dessert Bar, located at 378 East Coast Road. This unique establishment is themed around the legendary Kowloon Walled City, making it a one-of-a-kind dessert bar in Singapore, and possibly the world. #withinthewalls #wtw #sgfood #sgfoodtrend #newfoodfinds #dessertbar #whattoeatinsg #foodies

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On the menu are traditional Asian hot desserts, shaved snow ice and drinks like Steamed Egg Pudding ($6.90), 4 Tang Yuan with Ginger Soup ($5.90), Orh Nee ($7.90), Peach Gum with White Fungus ($6.90), Chocolate Dinosaur Snow Ice ($14.80), Steady Pom Pi Pi Strawberry Snow Ice ($14.80) and more.


Within the Walls Dessert Bar

Address: 378 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428985

Opening Hours: 11am-11pm daily



10. Wild Honey

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OG café-goers will definitely remember the iconic and award-winning brunch café, Wild Honey at Mandarin Gallery. And if you’re a fan of their hearty brunches, you’ll be stoked to know that they’ve finally opened a new outlet in Bugis! The new branch features gorgeous loft-style space adorned in a lush garden-inspired theme.

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The new outlet also debuts some new menu items like the Valencia mango-stuffed French Toast, Texan Smoked Brisket, Roma Italian white Bramata polenta, Chicken Chop Cho and Gougerés with chopped liver. Of course, you’ll still be able to enjoy their classics like the Classic Steak Frites ($48), Grilled Reuben ($30), Belgian Waffles ($24), Wild Honey Niçoise ($32) and more.

Wild Honey

Address: 200 Middle Rd, #01-00, Singapore 188980

Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 9am-9.30pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-10.30pm