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1. Toby’s Estate

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Hailing from the land of coffee, Aussie-born coffee roaster Toby’s Estate has recently unveiled their newly revamped outlet overlooking the scenic Singapore River! Toby’s new flagship space boasts a spacious and industrial loft-inspired interior, with raw textured accents and brick walls.

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Aside from their signature coffee brews that are specially roasted in-house, they also serve a slew of hearty brunch mains and Singapore-exclusive items like Pandan Waffles. On the menu are items like Avo on Toast ($21), Smoked Salmon & Herb Cheese Sandwich ($22), Granola ($14) and more.


Toby’s Estate

Address: 8 Rodyk St, Singapore 238216
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 7am-3pm; Saturday-Sunday, 7.30am-5pm




2. Guerilla Coffee

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Tucked away at Gillman Barracks is Guerilla Coffee’s newest outlet, and it’s also pet-friendly! The new Guerilla Coffee is in collaboration with Ida’s, and features a lush garden-inspired concept, and quaint cottagecore vibes that feel like you’re dining in someone’s living room! 


There’s a new, cosy and pet-friendly cafe hidden within Gillman Barracks, Guerilla Coffee x Ida’s 💯 #FYP #Sgfoodie #Sgcafehopping #Cafehopping #HiddenGem #Sgcafe #CafeSg

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Both their indoor and outdoor tables are pet-friendly, and you can dine whilst surrounded by gorgeous botanical accents and touches of nature. Enjoy all-day brunch items like Citrus Crab with Handmade Fettuccine ($30), Tamarind Sea Bass ($26), Grilled Picanha ($32), Egg’s Royale ($26) and more.


Guerilla Coffee

Address: 9 Lock Rd, #02-21 Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108937

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 9am-5pm




3. Alchemist Coffee x Arcade Clothing

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Coffee meets fashion at this new Alchemist Coffee outlet at Funan! The popular coffee chain has joined hands with homegrown fashion and lifestyle label, Arcade Clothing. This new opening marks Arcade’s first-ever retail outpost, where you’ll get to see and try their items IRL for the first time!

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Shop both menswear and womenswear in-store, along with lifestyle goods and accessories like bags and drinkware too. Feel free to sip on a fresh cuppa from Alchemist Coffee while you shop too! This also marks Alchemist Coffee’s 10th outlet in Singapore.


Alchemist Coffee x Arcade Clothing

Address: Funan, 107 North Bridge Rd, #01-01, Singapore 179105

Opening Hours: 10am-7pm daily




4. Go Rogue

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If you’ve missed the chunky sandos from 46 Mittsu that closed down their previous shop in Everton Park, you’re in luck! The cult-favourite sandwich joint has now reopened and rebranded to become Go Rogue, a day-to-night sandwich bar and restaurant concept!

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The new Go Rogue now boasts a more spacious location with a sleek and moody industrial vibe, featuring steel and concrete touches. Aside from their famous stuffed sandos that you can get during the day like the BEC ($14), Cow Me In ($18) and Go Farm ($12), you can also enjoy a sit-down dinner affair at their casual woodfire concept. 


Go Rogue

Address: 20 North Canal Road, Singapore 048832

Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm (TBC)


5. Ne Ne Neko

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This new Japanese joint at Paya Lebar Quarter is a café by day and vibey izakaya by night. Ne Ne Neko features a minimalist wood-themed interior with zen garden-inspired stone walkways, serving everything from dons, grilled skewers, sandos, bar bites, desserts and more.


There’s a new Japanese Cafe & Izakaya at PLQ Plaza – Ne Ne Neko 💯 #FYP #Sgfoodie #Sgcafehopping #Cafehopping #Sgcafe #Cafesg

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On the menu are items like Dashi Chazuke ($16.90), Renkon Chips ($7.90), Mapo Tofu Don (from $8.90), Ajitamago Sando ($15), Hotate Carpaccio ($9.90) and more. They’ve also got an extensive range of booze like highballs, beers on tap, sakes and spirits to pair with your eats. 


Ne Ne Neko

Address: 10 Paya Lebar Rd, #01-K7 PLQ PLAZA, Singapore 409057
Opening Hours: Monday-Tuesday, 11am-11pm; Wednesday-Friday, 11am-12am; Saturday, 10am-12am; Sunday, 10am-10pm




6. Oddity Café

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Here’s another pet-friendly spot to add to your list: Oddity Café is a cosy spot that’s tucked away in Serangoon, perfect for leisurely brunches with your furry friends or even quick takeaways from their coffee window. They also offer artisanal ice cream flavours on display, courtesy of OddBalls Ice Cream.

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For brunch, pick from Asian fusion selections like the Oddity Breakfast Platter ($22), Bulgogi Eggs Bennie ($20), Cheese Toastie Supreme ($16), Arigatoast ($18) and more. You can also make it a boozy brunch affair by adding on their cocktails ($18 each) like Mimosa, Espresso Martini and Aperol Spritz, just to name a couple.


Oddity Café

Address: 730 Upper Serangoon Rd, #01-01A Yeley Building, Singapore 534613

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Thursday, 11am-10pm; Friday, 11am-11pm; Saturday, 9am-11pm; Sunday, 9am-10pm



7. The Glasshouse

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The Glasshouse’s iconic outlet at CHIJMES has reopened with a refreshed look, along with new menu offerings. True to its name, The Glasshouse features clear floor-to-ceiling windows to let in as much natural sunlight during the day, with a super cosy Scandinavian-inspired interior.

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Aside from brunch favourites, they now serve new desserts like gelato and waffles too. Highlights from the menu include build-your-own breakfast menu options starting from $4; plus mains like Avocado Dukkah Tartine ($20), Roast Beef Sanger ($30), Truffle Mac & Cheese ($21), Sweet Potato Medley & Char-grilled Chicken ($21), among others.


The Glasshouse

Address: 30 Victoria St, #01-03 CHIJMES, Singapore 187996

Opening Hours: 8am-10pm daily




8. Café FuFu

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Woodfired pizzas under a HDB? Café FuFu is a quaint café tucked under a HDB estate in Redhil serving up freshly made woodfired pizzas and pasta. The open-concept café has both indoor and outdoor seating, with a nostalgic retro-inspired vibe and red colour palette. The café uses a woodfire oven that’s imported from Italy, so you know their pizzas are as close to the real deal that you can get!

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Must try pizzas from the menu include the Duck Confit ($36), Beef & Chilli (from $18), Puttanesca (from $16) and Di Parma (from $24), among others. Other highlights also include Woodfired Grilled Vegetable Pasta ($16), Crabmeat Pasta ($18), Roasted Cauliflower ($16) and more. 


Café FuFu

Address: 63B Lengkok Bahru, #01-362, Singapore 152063

Opening Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 11am-9pm; Saturday, 9am-9pm; Sunday, 9am-4pm



9. IL Clay Supper Club

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The award-winning IL Clay pizzeria is now in Singapore, located along Clarke Quay with scenic riverside views and a swanky, sophisticated interior. The modern art deco-inspired space is quirky and moody, with geometric black and white flooring, bright red colours and sleek silver furnishings.

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Aside from their signature pizzas, you should also try other items on the menu: like Smoked Eel Fish and Japanese Scallop ($26), Wagyu Beef Cube Skewers ($36), Antarctic Cod Fish ($46) and more. Unique Neapolitan-style pizza options include the likes of 6 Cheese & Honey Pizza ($55), and the best-selling Regina Margheritaa and more.


IL Clay Supper Club

Address: 3D River Valley Rd, #01-04, Block D, Singapore 179023

Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 12pm-12am; Friday-Saturday, 12pm-2am



10. 10 Cent Pancake

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You’ve seen the viral Korean pancake stuffed with stretchy and melty cheese, but did you know we now also have a Singaporean version too? 10 Cent Pancake is the first Korean-inspired coin pancake specialty café in Singapore that offers the viral cheese-filled pancake, stamped with the motif of our very own 10 cent coin instead!

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The pancakes are made-to-order, and are stuffed with a generous amount of mozzarella cheese, so you’re guaranteed to get that IG-worthy cheese pull. Unfortunately, unlike its name, the pancake does not cost 10 cents, but is priced at $5 a pop. 



Address: 1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, #01-20, Singapore 082001

Opening Hours: Monday, 10am-7pm; Wednesday-Friday, 10am-7pm; Saturday-Sunday, 11am-6pm