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1. Cafe Margaret

[NEW] Cafe Margaret- Famous Korean cafe known for their CubePie opens a 2-storey cafe in a shop house in Bali lane and this is their very first internal outlet! We recommend that you visit in the morning, popular bakes were sold out when we reached at 2pm 😱 32 Bali Lane, Singapore 189868
Opening Hours: 10am – 8pm (Mon – Sun)

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You’ve probably seen this viral café making its rounds on your social media feed, and for good reason. Coming straight to Singapore’s shores directly from Seoul, Cafe Margaret is most popular for their 72-layer CubePies and other aesthetic bakes and desserts. This is the café’s very first international outlet, situated in a cosy 2-storey shophouse along Bali Lane.

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The interior oozes warm, cottagecore and vintage vibes, with wood furnishings, retro knick knacks, antique-style artwork and retro dishware. For their CubePies, flavours include Lotus Cream ($8.30), Injeolmi ($8.30), Matcha Cream ($8.30) and more. The CubePies are only available from 11am onwards, and sell our pretty quickly, so make sure to come early! 


Cafe Margaret

Address: 32 Bali Ln, Singapore 189868

Opening Hours: 10am-8pm daily



2. Nesuto

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Popular Japanese and French-inspired patisserie is soon to open a new nest-like outlet in Jewel Changi Airport late this July 2023. The new space will feature a beautiful curved exterior that resembles the shape of an egg, with inviting warm-toned interiors.

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Nesuto’s new café will also feature new outlet-exclusive items like cakes and chocolate bon bons (from $3.86/piece). Bon bon flavours include Earl Grey & Bergamot, Sesame Rum, Raspberry & Lime, Rose & Pistachio and more. For cakes, you can look forward to new offerings like Matcha Chestnut ($12.90), Chocolate Orange ($11.20) and Whiskey Chocolate ($11.90). 



Address: Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Blvd., #01-236 & 237, Singapore 819666

Opening Hours: 11am-10pm daily




3. Nakey

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Chinatown is fast becoming one of the new hotspots in Singapore for aesthetic cafés and coffee joints, and new to the area is Nakey: a modern fusion café serving fresh bakes, coffee and even organic wines! The café has a modern, almost industrial-esque interior, with wood, stone and silver elements.

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Nakey is known for their sourdough bakes, like bread and stuffed donuts, as well as bagels, cookies and more. Pick your poison from their display, with donut flavours like Custard Bastard ($5.50), Lemon Basil Meringue ($6), Nutty Praline ($6) and more. 



Address: 10 Trengganu St, Singapore 058464

Opening Hours: 8am-6pm daily



4. Coexist Coffee Co.

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Café lovers will surely be familiar with the Coexist brand, known for their unique café decor, like half-half red and white space and sea-inspired all-blue space, both of which have since closed down. But not to worry, fans of Coexist can now hop on over to their brand new space, this time with a super clean and minimalistic industrial vibe complete with grey and silver hues!

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Indulge in brunch favourites like the Prawn Gambas ($20), Guac Toast ($17), Char Siew Sandwich ($20), Herbal Chicken ‘Rice’ ($24), Truffle Fungi Pasta ($24), Chilli Crab Shakshuka ($18) and more. They will also offer their popular bakes and desserts, including assorted pastries, Goreng Pisang ($12), Milo Swissroll ($6) or Apple Crumble ($8). Coexist also has another monochrome-themed outlet at Paya Lebar.


Coexist Coffee Co.

Address: 48 Hillview Ter, #08-00, Singapore 669269

Opening Hours: 9am-6pm daily




5. Snap Cafe

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This is yet another Korean-inspired café in Singapore, with aesthetic K-style pastries, sourdough toasties and pocket-friendly specialty coffee drinks. Located in the CBD area, Snap features a simple and clean minimalist interior, perfect for a breakfast and coffee run before heading to the office, or a midday treat.

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For heartier bites, expect Sourdough Toasties in flavours like Honey Baked Chicken Ham & Cheese (from $5), Korean Spicy Chix & Egg (from $7), Gochujang Prawn (from $7) and Triple Cheese (from $5). They have also recently launched a new series of Korean-inspired bakes like Honeycomb Granola, Hotteok Sticky Roll, Matcha Injeolmi Canele and Sweet Potato Pound Cake, among others. 


Snap Cafe

Address: 21 McCallum St, #01-01/02 The Clift, Singapore 069047

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-6pm; Saturday-Sunday, 8am-4pm



6. Ciel Patisserie

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Ciel is yet another popular online dessert café that has just opened a physical café at Upper Thomson, offering an array of beautifully presented cakes, tarts, entremets and pastries. The space is homey and welcoming, with cosy and minimalist Japanese-inspired furnishing like light woods, greys and natural lighting streaming in.

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Pick from various treats available from Ciel’s display case, each of them aesthetic in their own right. Highlights from the dessert menu include Black Sesame Tart ($7.80), Scarlet ($7.30), Rosé ($7.80), Mon Cheri ($8.50), Fresh Fruit Tart ($6.80) and more. To pair with your sweets, Ciel also offers a range of select teas. 


Ciel Patisserie 

Address: 9 Sin Ming Road, #01-03 Thomson V One, Singapore 575630

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 11am-8pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-9pm




7. Christina’s at Duxton

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Situated within the newly-opened Mondrian hotel in Singapore, Christina’s is the place to be for a bougie and sophisticated brunch affair. The stunning tropical-inspired space is a casual brunch café by day and transforms into a swanky wine and cocktail bar at night.

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Brunch and lunch highlights from the menu include All Berry Acai Bowl ($18), Chilli Scram ($18), Eggs Your Way on Sourdough ($12), Kale Salad ($16), Mango & Chia Seed Bowl ($14) and more. For dinner, go for the Cod Roe Eclairs ($14), Chicken Pate on Crackers ($16), Spicy Clam Toast ($16), Wagyu Cheeseburger Spring Roll ($14) and Wild Mushroom Tempura ($16), just to name a couple.


Christina’s at Duxton

Address: 16A Duxton Hill, #01-09, #01-10 Floor 1 Mondrian Singapore Duxton, Singapore 089970

Opening Hours: 7am-12am daily




8. Café REN


[NEW CAFE AT FARRER PARK WITH COMPLIMENTARY DRINKS + GIVEAWAY CONTEST] CAFE REN SAVE THE DATE cos opens at Farrer Park (super near Farrer Park MRT, exit B) tomorrow with an opening promo: A complimentary drink with every mains purchased 😍 till Sun, 9 July 👍🏻 10/10 would recommend y’all to check out their Scallop & Truffle Cold Pasta, Asian Prawn & Clam Chili Pasta (super creamy but not cloying; love it), REN’s Fried Mac & Cheese Ball (MUST-ORDER) 😋 Oh yes, they’re currently running a giveaway contest and if you’re lucky, you might be walkin away with $100 dining vouchers ✌🏻 So, what are you waiting for? SAVE THE DATE AND SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AND HAPPY CAFE-HOPPING ❤️ #MacandCheese #Pasta #LiftingNoodles #Avocado #Toast #AvocadoToast #ScrambledEggs #Capellini #Truffle #FYP #Cafe #SgFoodie #SgCafe #Viral

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Helmed by the folks behind home-based business @kuki.shopsg’s famous lava cookies is Café REN, a modern café in Farrer Park offering fusion-inspired all-day brunch and coffee. Decked in light wood tones, REN’s space is Scandi-inspired, with a cosy dine-in space for customers to enjoy.

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Of course, they will be offering their iconic open-faced lava cookies in the form of a Pistachio Lava Kuki ($10), alongside other dessert items, mains and brunch items. Highlights from their savoury menu include the likes of Pulled Pork Roll ($19), Scallop & Truffle Cold Pasta ($17), Thunder Crunch Fries ($11), Mango Sticky “Rice” Oatbowl ($15) and more. 


Café REN

Address: 681 Race Course Road, #01-305, Singapore 210681

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-3.30pm & 5.30pm-10pm



9. BYD by 1826

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A car shop and café all in one? BYD is the world’s first Automotive Lifestyle Experience, housing both a car showroom and café concept within the same space. For a unique automotive-inspired café experience, head over to BYD by 1826 for a car-inspired menu of food and drinks.

[not sponsored] We discovered this new cafe in town and they are serving 3 course meals for only $13!! It’s situated in Suntec City but the location of the cafe might surprise you. 🚗 byd

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As an opening promotion, you’ll even be able to enjoy the entire menu at 30% off! Look forward to a modern Asian fusion menu with the likes of Nan Ru Pork Ribs ($16), Smoked Duck Pie Tee ($9.80), Pulled Lamb Buns ($14), Seals Salmon Catch ($18), Song Hua Egg Tofu ($14) and more. From now till 22nd July 2023, they will also be offering a special 3-course lunch set at just $13 (UP. $18) with a starter, main and dessert.


BYD by 1826

Boat Quay Address: 33/34 Boat Quay, Level 2, Singapore 049822

Suntec City Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, Mall, #01-463 Suntec City, Singapore 038983

Opening Hours: Various