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1. Surrey Hills Grocer

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Popular Melbourne-inspired café and supermarket chain, Surrey Hills Grocer has opened yet another new outlet, this time in the CBD at Raffles City! Like the brand’s other outlets, the new cosy space is inspired by lush nature, with soothing wood and sage green tones.

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The Raffles outlet also has brand new menu items, including exclusive dishes designed by MasterChef Singapore winner Derek Cheong like the Barramundi ($38), Crab Avo ($28) and Pastrami Egg Benny ($29). Other must-try signatures include the Mochi Egglet Waffle ($26), Laksa Prawn Linguine ($26), Crispy Soft Shell Chilli Crab ($25) and more.


Surrey Hills Grocer

Address: 252 North Bridge Rd, #03-42, Singapore 179103

Opening Hours: 10am-10pm




2. Oh My Dog! Café & Bar

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It’s not often you find a pet-friendly café in Singapore that allows your furry companions indoors, but Oh My Dog! is one of those places. At Oh My Dog!, pets get to enjoy a free puppuccino on the house, and even roam free in the café’s designated play area for pets. There’s even a TV installed so you can enjoy screenings of soccer games while you dine.

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For the hoomans, the café offers a good selection of café fare and tapas such as Eggs Benedict ($21), Beef Rendang Pie ($16), Mentaiko Pasta with Caviar ($28), Truffle Mushroom Risotto ($19) and more. You can also order drinks like cocktails and beer from the bar.


Oh My Dog! Café & Bar

Address: 12 East Coast Rd, Singapore 428723

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-12am



3. Pöonsti

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This new concept serves up small-batch and handmade rösti, and is probably one of the very few places you’ll find such rosti in Singapore. Pöonsti was created by the folks at Old Hen Kitchen and currently doesn’t have its own space yet, residing within Old Hen’s café space at Owen Road. The rösti will be available while stocks last, so make sure to come early if you want to try them.

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The potato used for their rösti is also shredded fresh daily, and topped with housemade ingredients like cured salmon and bacon. The current menu is still pretty lean, with only 5 rösti variations including a Plain ($12) one simply served with sour cream and chives. Other options include House Cured Salmon ($19), Country Style Beef Sausage ($16) and Smashed Avo ($17), among others.



Address: 127 Owen Rd, Singapore 218931

Opening Hours: 9.30am-5pm daily



4. Onne

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Here’s another minimalist Japanese-influenced café to add to your list! Nestled in a shophouse along Outram, Onne is a rustic zen-inspired space filled with dark wood and rattan furnishings. They’re also pet-friendly, so bring along your furbies for a brunch date!

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Onne’s menu focuses on Japanese fusion items such as pastas, as well as their freshly-made desserts like warabi mochi, matcha tiramisu and mochi waffles. Highlights from their menu include Masago Pasta ($17), Melting Beef Don ($21), Unagi Don ($19), Onne’s Breakfast Waffles ($17) and more.



Address: 5 Kampong Bahru Rd, Singapore 169341

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



5. luckin coffee

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The popular Chinese coffee chain has just unveiled their latest café concept at Jewel Changi Airport, and it’s their biggest outlet in Singapore to date! Aside from a larger dine-in space where you can enjoy your drinks, this new outlet also boasts brand new menu items and even a retail/merchandise area!

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New outlet-exclusive items on the menu include cakes and sweets like Chocolate Mousse Cake, Oreo Cheesecake and New York-style Cheesecake. luckin has also launched brand new drink flavours like the Peach Jasmine Exfreezo ($6.80) and Mango Jasmine Exfreezo ($6.80).


luckin coffee

Address: Jewel Changi Airport, 8 Airport Boulevard #04-231/232, Singapore 819666

Opening Hours: 9am-10.30pm daily



6. The Lunar Rabbit Boulangerie

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This popular French-inspired café has just opened a brand new outlet in Tanjong Katong, offering their famous fresh bakes and soft serve, all lovingly made from scratch. The minimalist space is the total opposite of their first outlet that features darker tones of black; rather, the new space is clean and bright, with lighter tones of cream and wood.

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Fans of the boulangerie can look forward to their signature bakes: Pain au Chocolat ($4.80), The Lunar ($6.80), Trio of C ($7.20), Sacristain ($4.50), Kouign Amann ($5) and more. They’re also known for their cube-shaped croissant bakes, in flavours like Croque Monsieur ($13.80), Mango Passion Fruit ($6.50) and Le Délice de Poire ($8.50). The croissant with homemade soft serve is also exclusive to their new outlet.


The Lunar Rabbit Boulangerie

Address: 16 Hamilton Road, #01-02, Singapore 209186

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




7. Pocket by Flip Coffee Roasters

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Local online roastery, Flip Coffee Roasters has opened their very first physical café space, Pocket! The loft-inspired space boasts a minimalist and monochromatic colour palette with black furniture, white brick walls and dark wood flooring.

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Aside from their classic coffees, filter drip coffees and cold brews, they also serve hot toasties, as well as bakes from their display like Cheesy Muffin ($6.50), Pretty Good Brownie ($6), Banana Loaf Slice ($5), Feel Good Cookie ($4) and more.


Pocket by Flip Coffee Roasters

Address: 619H Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 269728

Opening Hours: 8am-5pm daily (closed on Wednesdays) 




8. South Side

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There’s a new café in the south of Singapore, aptly named (surprise, surprise) South Side! The café is tucked away in a more underrated and hidden part of the island, at Keppel Road, great for if you’re looking for a spot that’s away from the crowd. The café boasts high ceilings and glass panelled windows, great for enjoying the natural lighting during the day.

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From now till the end of July 2023, they’re also having a 20% off opening promotion on their entire menu! South Side offers both brunch and dinner, with options like Switz Rosti (from $10), Cajun Tempeh ($10), Crispy Chicken & Waffle ($20), Bouillabaisse ($24) and more.


South Side

Address: 1557 Keppel Rd, #01-04, Singapore 089066

Opening Hours: 9am-9pm daily



9. Rise Bakehouse

This popular bakehouse has opened a new pretty floral and pink-hued space in Orchard with aesthetic K-style cakes, gelato and all-day brunch! The new space offers more dining space and seats, along with rustic floral decor for a homey vibe and large floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooking the bustling Orchard Road outside.

They’re known for their pretty and aesthetic Korean-style cakes like Strawberry Cheesecake Teacake ($7.50), Raspberry Lychee Rose Teacake ($7.50), Pistachio Honeycomb cake ($8.20), Daisy Lemon Meringue Tart ($7.90), as well as a newly revamped range of brunch items and waffles. For more details, see our full article here


Rise Bakehouse

Address: TripleOne Somerset, #01-05, 111 Somerset Road, Singapore 238164

Opening Hours: 11am-9pm daily




10. Ralph Lauren Café

The highly-anticipated Ralph Lauren Café has finally opened its first outlet in Singapore at MBS! The café features the brand’s iconic British-style decor, with colonial-inspired accents and their signature green and white colours. There will also be a retail area where you can shop merchandise like dishware, drinkware, tote bags and more.

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Aside from their famous coffee drinks, you’ll also be able to enjoy some Singapore-exclusive items like their Coffee Soft Serve ($9) and Pineapple Shaken Tea ($8). Other must-try items include bakes, cakes and chunky sandwiches.


Ralph Lauren Café

Address: 2 Bayfront Ave, #B1-53, Singapore 018972

Opening Hours: 10.30am-10pm daily