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1. Surrey Hills Grocer [Pet-Friendly]

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You’re probably no stranger to this popular Aussie-inspired café chain, and they’ve just opened its latest outlet at the trendiest pet-friendly mall in Singapore, One Holland Village! Surrey Hills Grocer at Holland Village has also collaborated with famed Melbourne bar and restaurant, MoVida to bring in a selection of exclusive tapas.

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On the menu are outlet-exclusive tapas like Vierira ($24), Pincho ($22), Tartaleta ($14), Bomba ($14) and more; along with brunch items like Truffled Wagyu Donut ($35), Creamy Nori Udon ($32), Holland Village Breakfast ($36), and Maple Bacon Twist Donut ($7) among others. Surrey Hills’ Holland Village outlet is also pet-friendly!


Surrey Hills Grocer

Address: 7 Holland Vlg Wy, #03-29 to 33, Singapore 275748

Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily





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Farm-to-table dishes at a café? You usually only hear the term “farm-to-table” applied to restaurants, but RUSTICA is probably one of the only cafés in Singapore to offer this concept in their dishes! The pretty minimalist and tropical-inspired café prides itself on using local farmer’s produce, especially their fish, vegetables, coffee and chocolate.


Local food with a modern twist. 📍Rustica 462 Crawford Lane, 01-65, Singapore 190462 #nahmj #nahmjsg #rusticasg #sgcafe #crawfordlane #fyp #tokfood #tokfoodie

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RUSTICA boasts elevated local-influenced fare at relatively affordable prices, with innovative dishes you don’t usually see at other brunch cafés in Singapore. Some highlights from the menu include the likes of Nonya Spicy “Kuehs” ($9), Laksa Puffs ($15), Green Blanket ($15), Cereal Fish Bun ($24), Apam Berkuah ($10) and more.


Address: 462 Crawford Ln, #01-65, Singapore 190462

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Thursday, 9am-4pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-9pm; Sunday, 9am-4pm



3. Brunch at Legundi

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As the name suggests: Brunch at Legundi serves, well, brunch—and it’s also Muslim-owned! Legundi is one of the few brunch spots in the North area, with a cosy Scandinavian and Bali-inspired interior with rattan chairs and hanging wooden lights to set the mood.

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On the menu are classic brunch favourites, as well as more unique Spanish and Mediterranean-inspired eats like Beef Shakshouka ($19), Paella de Pulpo ($29), Medi Bake Mac & Cheese ($19); as well as some local-infused dishes like Ongbak Pasta ($19), Roti John ($19), Tandoori Chicken Bagel ($15) and more.


Brunch at Legundi

Address: 8 Jln Legundi, #01-05, Singapore 759274

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Thursday, 1pm-9.30pm; Friday, 12pm-9.30pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-9pm



4. The Secret Haven

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This “secret” spot is not only a stunning wedding destination, they’ve also just launched their new café concept within their cathedral-inspired space! Nestled in a conservation building at Mount Sophia, The Secret Haven boasts gorgeous high ceilings for an airy and sunlit vibe, as well as stained glass decor reminiscent of a church or chapel.

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Look forward to all-day brunch options like Rosti with Sausage & Egg ($18.90), Classic Egg Royale with Smoked Salmon ($20.90), Buttermilk Pancakes with Banana & Berries ($16.90), Smashed Avo Toast ($16.90) and more. They’ve also got specialty teas, coffee, desserts and even beers too, plus a couple of camping chairs if you’re looking to enjoy your drinks outdoors.


The Secret Haven

Address: 31 Mount Sophia, Singapore 228480

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 8am-6pm



5. Habit

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Here’s another salad bar to put on your roster: habit makes eating healthy fun and enjoyable with their hearty bowls starting from $6. Located in the heart of Holland Village, habit prides themselves on fresh and sustainably-sourced ingredients, with bowls that are freshly made to order.

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Each bowl is rich in protein and fibre, and you can also build your own custom bowl from $12. Popular options include Habit Caesar ($13), Misomami ($16), Southern Kale ($14), Protein Medley ($16), G.O.A.T. ($14) and more. 



Address: 7 Holland Vlg Wy, #01-53 One, Singapore 275748

Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday, 11am-9pm; Friday-Sunday, 10am-6pm



6. Bites & Brews [Pet-Friendly]

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Hailing from Shanghai, Bites & Brews is a popular café chain and they’ve just opened their first flagship outlet in Joo Chiat! The space boasts a stunning and nostalgic Peranakan-themed interior, with traditional tile designs, antique pottery decor, wooden windows and intricate carvings.

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On the menu are hearty fusion mains like Jian Bing Breakfast Burrito ($16), Mapo Tofu Lasagna ($21), Open Face Tuna Melt ($23), Philly Cheesesteak ($26); along with specialty coffee, tea, milkshakes and more. They’re also pet-friendly, so feel free to bring along your furry friends for brunch!


Bites & Brews

Address: 15 Crane Rd, Singapore 429360

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



7. Glasshouse Creamery


NEW GLASSHOUSE ICE CREAM CAFE IN THE EAST! Beat the heat and enjoy our signature waffle with ice cream. Our waffle is mochi based, so it is very crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside 🧇 Also, we have our specialty teas which are handpicked by us. It complements the ice cream very well 🤤🍦 We offer finger food for sharing, includes special sauces such as truffle mayo, furikake and mentaiko mayo! Perfect for date and groups! 🩷 Head down to Glasshouse Creamery and have some sweet treats 😍😋 Glasshouse Creamery 📍117 Tampines St 86 01-51, The Alps Residences, Singapore 528538 ⏰ Mon-Thurs & Sun: 11am-11pm Fri, Sat & PH: 11am-2am #glasshousecreamery #sgfoodie #foodiesg #sgcafe #cafesg #icecreamcafe #sgeats #sgfood

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Here’s another late-night ice cream spot to add to your list: Glasshouse Creamery is located in Tampines, in a standalone “glasshouse” with clear floor-to-ceiling windows for stunning vibes from day to night. They also open till 2am on the weekends!

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They offer signature ice cream scoops (from $4.90) with mochi waffles ($7.90) as well as finger foods like Chicken Karaage ($9.90), Yakitori Sticks ($9.90), Spicy Drumlets ($9.90 and Popcorn Chicken ($9.90). You can also order their specialty teas, coffee or sodas to pair with your ice cream.


Glasshouse Creamery

Address: 117 Tampines Street 86, The Alps Residences, Singapore 528538

Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 11am-11pm; Friday-Saturday, 11am-2am



8. Little Glass Stand

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Located at CIMB Plaza in the CBD area is the Little Glass Stand, the little sister of the popular Glass Roasters. The compact little coffee spot has an adorable pastel pink and cobalt blue theme, with very limited seating, so it’s mostly a takeaway joint.

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Aside from classic and specialty coffee brews like Macadamia Latte ($7.50), Taro Latte ($7.50)m Choco Strawberry ($7.90), Matcha Latte ($7.50), Matcha Strawberry ($7.90) and more; they’ve also got Banana Bread ($4.50) if you’re in need of a quick bite. 


Little Glass Stand

Address: 30 Raffles Pl, #01-21, Singapore 048622

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 7.30am-5pm




9. The Assembly Ground

Taking over the same space that was previously occupied by the famed Le Matin is The Assembly Ground, a popular homegrown café that also has another outlet at Cineleisure Orchard! Most of the original decor is still intact—giving that elegant vibe that’s perfect for a leisurely brunch or afternoon tea affair.

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Unlike their original Cineleisure outlet, the new ION branch is much more refined and sophisticated, with elevated brunch specials like the Chargrilled Steak Toast ($22), Spicy Sea Urchin Dip ($17), Crispy Shepherd’s Pie ($22), Whipped Cod Roe ($20), Mexican Pork Stew ($30) and more. 


The Assembly Ground

Address: 2 Orchard Turn, B2-49 ION ORCHARD, Singapore 238801

Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily




10. Cafe Gyeon

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“Ride” the Japanese subway at this charming new railway-inspired café, no need for a train ticket! Café Gyoen is a Japanese café in Serangoon Gardens with a unique “train cabin” feature that’s perfect for photo ops, complete with sliding train “doors”, “windows” and signage.

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The café specialises in classic Japanese Teishoku (from $15): a traditional Japanese set meal complete with meat, onigiri, mentaiko tamagoyaki, lobster salad, pickles and miso soup. Options include Katsu Pork ($21), Softshell Crab ($24) or Wagyu Tataki ($29), among others. They’ve also got other main options like maki rolls (from $17.90), noodles (from $11.90), donburi (from $14.90) and curry rice (from $16.90).


Café Gyoen

Address: 55 Serangoon Garden Way, Garden Estate, Singapore 555951

Opening Hours: Sunday-Monday, 9am-9pm; Friday-Saturday, 9am-11pm