1. B for Bagel
If you’ve been to Gangnam in Korea, you’re probably no stranger to this popular bagel joint: B for Bagel, known for their affordable sweet and savoury bagels that are freshly made daily. If you didn’t already know, B for Bagel has opened in Singapore at Tanglin Mall where you can get their bagels from just $3.90!
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On the menu are savoury bagel options like Bacon Jalapeno ($5.80), Walnutberry ($5.80), Fig Chutney ($5.50), Black Olive ($5.20) and more. For something more unique, you can try one of their sweet dessert bagels: Peach Cloud ($8.90), Banana Cloud ($7.50) or Black Turtle Bean Mascarpone ($7.90). They also have a cute retail section that also acts as a great IG spot!
Address: 163 Tanglin Rd, #B1-125,126, Singapore 247933
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm; Saturday, 9am-5pm
2. Bag Me Up
If you live in Everton Park, here’s one friendly neighbourhood bagel house serving up affordable, chunky bagels that you should take note of! The space is super compact so seating is extremely limited, with only a single rattan chair and bench area within the café itself, so it’s probably best if you get their goods to-go.
The café serves some pretty unique bagelwiches like the unagi-filled Bag Me Up Signature ($16.50), We Will Wagyu ($16.50), Brekkie ($10.50), Swee N Chic ($12.50), and more. They also have a couple of drink options such as coffee and milk teas like the White Peach Fresh Milk Tea ($4.50), Osmanthus Fresh Milk Tea ($4.50) or Ceylon Fresh Milk Tea ($4.50), each topped with creamy foam on top.
Address: 2 Everton Park, #01-59B, Singapore 081002
Opening Hours: Thursday-Friday, 9.30am-3pm; Saturday-Wednesday, 9.30am-5pm (or until sold out)
3. Keen’s Bagelry
Here’s a spot where you can get your bagel fix and shopping done all in once place! Keen’s Bagelry is located within the Curbside Crafters craft market and specialises in hand-twisted artisanal NYC-style bagels. They offer a range of bagelwiches, or you can customise your own bagel with their selection of schmears, and add ons.
Signature bagelwiches from the menu include the Bekki ($11), Truffle Chikin ($13), Garlic Salmon ($15), Hashstack ($9.50), Loxu ($14) and more. If you’re looking to give their bagels a try, make sure to head down early as they tend to sell out quick!
Address: 730 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198698
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 12pm-8pm; Saturday-Sunday, 12pm-3pm
4. Two Men Bagel House
This OG bagel joint is probably the one that kickstarted the bagel craze in Singapore, and for good reason as evident in the way their bagels are always sold out early in the day. Two Men Bagel House (TMBH)is a cult-favourite bagel house among bagel fans with their many variations and bagel flavours that are freshly made daily.
The menu at each outlet differs, but favourites include the Lox ($17.30), Avo Baco ($16.20), Personal Best ($16.20) and more. You can also get your bagels solo from just $3.20 or DIY them with your favourite toppings or schmears. TMBH has 3 outlets: Tanjong Pagar, Novena and Holland Village.
Opening Hours: Various
5. Wooly’s Bagels
Wooly’s Bagels is a Muslim-owned bagel joint in Farrer Park with stuffed bagels that are halal-friendly! Pick from one of their loaded bagels like the classic Bagel & Lox ($14.90), Pastramania ($14.90), Chic Teriyaki ($12.80) and more. Or opt for something more unique like the spicy local-inspired Otah Kau ($12.60).
You can pick between 3 bagel flavours as your base: plain, cheese or sesame. One unique item you should try if you’re game is the Bagel SMORE’S ($7.90) an unconventional dessert bagel made with ooey gooey marshmallow and Nutella for that IG-worthy pull.
Address: 89 Rangoon Rd, #01-03, Singapore 218375
Opening Hours: 11am-8.30pm daily
You might know Whiskdom for their desserts and sweets, especially their viral blackout brownies and chunky cookies, but did you know they now have bagels too? Whiskdom’s bagels are available at their original outlet at Bugis, as well as their sister concept, Ooze by Whiskdom at Orchard Central.
For bagels, choose from loaded options like the K-Bae-Gel ($15.90), Eggsplode ($12.90), H.E.C ($10) or Otah Bum ($14.90). Make sure to also check out Whiskdom’s recently revamped menu too, with brand new drinks like Dalgona Coffee ($7.50) and more!
Address: 757 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198725
Opening Hours: Monday, 11am-8pm; Tuesday-Sunday, 10am-8pm
If you’re working in the CBD area, this bagel joint is the perfect spot for a quick snack or lunch fix. Beigelhaus is a Muslim-owned café and deli with honest bagels, coffee, shakes and more! You can be sure you’re getting your money’s worth here as bagels are stuffed absolutely to the brim with ingredients.
Choose from a plain or sesame bagel in fills like Lox Luther ($16.90), Burrata Spears ($15.90), John Trufporta ($13.90), Egg Sheeran ($11.90), Moodona ($13.90), Moby Duck ($14.90)—how inventive are these names—and more! You can also DIY your own bagels with their selection of schmears and add ons.
Address: 144 Robinson Rd, #01-02 Robinson Square, Singapore 068908
Opening Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8.30am-6.30pm; Friday-Saturday, 11am-8pm
Schmear boasts Singapore’s only authentic New York-style bagels, with only the freshest hand-crafted bagels daily. Get hand-rolled bagels in various flavours like Lox ($14), Pastrami Melt ($16), Turkey Ham & Bacon ($14) and more. Schmear’s cream cheeses are also made in-house, and you can get their plain bagels from just $4.50 as well.
Schmear is located within Monument Lifestyle, a lifestyle market where you can shop fashion apparel by indie brands, homeware goods, accessories and more. Bagels are available at both the Tiong Bahru and Duxton outlets, with Duxton offering a more comprehensive café menu.
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Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-6pm; Saturday-Sunday, 9am-6pm
This is a super unique bagel joint: run by two Taiwanese sisters, Jiababa offers one-of-a-kind Taiwanese bagels that are super chewy and chunky! These bagels and fillings are all handmade, oil-free and minimally sweetened, so you can rest easy and feast on Jiababa’s treats whenever the bagel craving strikes!
Jiababa opens pre-orders for their highly popular bagels periodically, with restocks announced on their Instagram page. Flavours also vary each time, but you can expect unique renditions like Coffee Bagel with Pistachio Butter, Sencha Bagel with Taiwanese Honey Cake, Black Sesame Bagel with Black Sesame Brownie and more! Bagels are priced as bundles at 2 for $15.50.
10. Belly Good Bakehouse
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Belly Good Bakehouse is an adorable café with all-day coffee, sandwiches, bakes, gelato and of course—bagels! Bagels are freshly handmade daily and come in flavours like Mushroom Swiss Sandwich ($12), Eggs & Cheddar Sandwich ($12), Tomato & Brie Sandwich ($10), and Salmon & Chives Sandwich ($14).
You can also get their bagels sans fillings by the bag (from $12) in flavours like Sesame, Smokey Bacon, Mixed Grains and more. Aside from bagels, Belly Good also has open-faced toasts, bakes, handcrafted gelato and more.
Address: 2 Pandan Valley, #B1-204C Acacia Court, Singapore 597626
Opening Hours: Saturday-Sunday, 9am-3pm