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20 New Cafes to Visit in October!

Been on the lookout for new F&B options to try out with friends and family? We bring you 20 new cafes that have just opened in the past weeks! With cute interiors and delicious items on the menu, these cafes will give you enough options to cafe-hop for weeks on ends without getting bored at all.


1. Cafe Ma Maison

Cafe Ma Maison used to operate at Clarke Quay’s Liang Court, but has been closed for a while. Now, the Japanese cafe is back with an Orchard Road store to continue serving their pretty Japanese cakes and pastries. With a warm and homely style, the cafe will be a great place to rest for a break after a long shopping spree, with sweet treats such as the Fresh Fruit Cake ($8.80) and the Mont Blanc Tart ($9.50) for you to enjoy.


They also serve up a variety of savoury dishes including Omurice with Pork Katsu ($20.80) and Mentaiko Spaghetti ($18.30). With good food and even better dessert, this homely little cafe will be perfect for a chill date.

Cafe Ma Maison

Address: 333A Orchard Road #02-33/34 Mandarin Gallery Singapore 238897
Hours: Daily 11am-9pm

2. City Donuts

City Donuts is here to change the donut game with a range of soft and chewy donuts with local-inspired flavours such as Ondeh Ondeh ($2.80) and Orh Nee ($2.50)! Located in the CBD area, this donut shop will be the new perfect place to grab a quick treat on your way to the office. What’s more, their Original plain donuts are priced at just $1.30, half the price of the same donut from ahem, certain bigger donut chains, and these are freshly made in-house too!


Despite having opened just recently, the donut shop has already received much fanfare, so remember to visit early before they run out of the more popular flavours.

City Donuts

Address:  2 McCallum Street, Singapore 069043

Hours: Mon-Sat 8am-5pm

3. Hvala Cafe @ Keong Saik Road

Matcha fans unite! Japanese teahouse Hvala has opened a new 3-storey outlet at Keong Saik Road, this time including a fully vegan menu that’s void of all animal products! With minimalist Japanese aesthetics, this new store will provide you with amazing photo opportunities in addition to good desserts. You may expect their usual range of tea-based desserts, including 12 different gelato flavours and vegan tea brews made with oat milk. A match-a made in heaven, we must say. And now you won’t have to feel guilty about harming our animal friends!


Hvala Cafe

Address: 34 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089141

Hours: Daily 11am-9.30pm

4. Parallel Coffee Roasters

There’s a new coffee place for the caffeine buffs to grab a cuppa! Parallel Coffee – well-known for their cold brews, bakes, and acai bowls – has just opened a new store at Duxton Hill. The area is well-known for its assembly of aesthetic hipster cafes hidden among shophouses, and Parallel Coffee is no exception. Expect a cosy spot with pretty furniture, surrounded by lots of greenery – and with good coffee and delicious food, of course.


Parallel Coffee Roasters

Address: 39 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089617

Hours: Tue-Sat 8am-6pm, Sun 10am-4.30pm

5. Tanamera Coffee & Roastery

Tanamera Coffee & Roastery is a popular Indonesian coffee chain that has just opened its first overseas outlet in Singapore! Located in Change Alley Mall, the cafe is serving up a wide range of coffee and pastries, with prices starting from $4 for an Espresso. While the menu is limited to coffee and bakes for now, the cafe will also be serving traditional Indonesian dishes like Nasi Goreng and Rendang soon, so there’s definitely something to look forward to.


Tanamera Coffee & Roastery

Address: 30 Raffles Place, Change Alley #01-12/13, Singapore 048622

Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 9am-3pm


1. Crank n’ Chain

Located in Sentosa, Crank n’ Chain is a bicycle wholesale and repair shop that now has its own in-house bicycle-themed cafe! On the menu is a range of gluten-free sweet treats that cyclists can just snack on to recharge themselves, such as Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake and Salted Chocolate Cake ($6/slice). They also serve coffee, with a cup of espresso starting at $4.50. Even if you’re not a cyclist, this is a pretty cool concept to check out, and they do have a few tables and chairs for you to chill and enjoy Sentosa’s beautiful atmosphere.


Crank n’ Chain

Address: 31 Ocean Way, #01-22, Singapore, Singapore 098375

Hours: Tue-Fri & Sun 6.30am-8pm, Sat 6am-8pm 

2. Glass Roasters

This new cafe has some serious vintage vibes with its American-diner styled clean white tiles and checkered tables. A no-frills hole-in-the-wall concept, Glass Roasters serves up just two items on the menu for now – black and white coffee ($4.50 for black, $5.80 for white). More stuff is in the works, and they’ll have more items on the menu soon, such as ice cream! The menu may be pretty small for now, but what’s stopping you from dropping by to grab a coffee and take a stylish OOTD?


Glass Roasters

Address: 108 Faber Drive, Singapore 129418

Hours: Wed-Mon 8am-5pm

3. Kream & Kensho

This new Japanese-inspired cafe is so pleasing to the eyes! Kream & Kensho has just opened a few weeks ago and is now serving up a range of innovative fusion dishes and drinks in a cosy minimalistic space that looks perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon. Items on the menu include Japanese Donburis starting from $10.90, and the Kombu Truffle Fries ($15) – thick-cut fries topped with Kombu, a type of Japanese seaweed. Pair your meal with a Latte ($5) and add on a Hokkaido Milk Cheesecake at $10!


Kream & Kensho

Address: 35 Kampong Bahru Rd, Singapore 169355

Hours: Tue-Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 9am-4pm

4. MTG

Different from regular cafes out there, this cosy little spot at Marymount will be a perfect name to add to your cafe-hopping list for a brand new experience. Located on the 5th floor of an industrial building, the little-known ‘meeting’ cafe will transport you to a hidden world that’s so comfortable and chio you’ll never want to leave. This cafe cum fashion boutique serves a small list of coffee (Americano, Latte, or Filter) and womenswear, and has super aesthetic interiors that are perfect for your #ootd shots.



Address: 47 Jalan Pemimpin, #05-04, Singapore 577200

Hours: Seasonal, check their Instagram for more details

5. TRYna Cafe

Located at Tekka Place, TRYna Cafe serves a range of aesthetic pastries and drinks from a white minimalistic space. As a pop-up concept, this cafe collaborates with local bakeries and coffee start-ups to bring diners desserts such as Bailey Crepe Cake ($8), Tartlets ($6.50), and meringues in various flavours. You can also enjoy a range of cold brews and teas, and try your hands at complimentary art-jamming with a minimum spending of $20!


TRYna Cafe

Address: Tekka Place, 2 Serangoon Road, #02-36/37, Singapore 218227 (Rochor MRT Station Exit B)

Hours: Daily 11.30am-7pm

6. Wan Wan Thai Cafe

Wan Wan Thai Cafe is a new spot serving up a range of super pretty desserts including Bingsu (prices start at $9.90) and Thick Buttery Shibuya Toasts with Ice Cream (prices start at $8.90)! With pretty floral walls, neon lights, and sleek white furniture, this is the new place to get those IG-worthy shots. What’s more, they open late into the night so you can fix that sweet craving (and take those perfect IG shots) whenever you’d like.


Wan Wan Thai Cafe

Address: 127A Bencoolen Street S189637

Hours: Daily 12pm-3am


1. 82bunsik

82bunsik is a new Korean cafe serving up a range of authentic Korean bites and coffee, including super pretty corndogs and cruffles loaded with your choice of toppings like cheese and cereal, with prices starting at just $5 for both items. In addition to street food, they also serve up a range of Korean signatures such as Jjajang Ramen, Tuna-Mato Rice, and Sweet and Sour Chicken.


The cafe’s space is aesthetic too, with bright and airy interiors that are perfect for your IG photos.

82 Bunsik

Address: 61 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8, Jubilee Square, #01-13, S569814

Hours: Daily 11am-10pm

2. Moments’ Cafe

If you’re looking for local flavours in a cafe setting, Moments’ Cafe will be the perfect place for you. Set in a cosy space with Tiffany-blue decorations, this new cafe serves a range of familiar local staples such as Nanyang Coffee & Toast ($2.20 onwards) and Zi Char dishes like Yang Zhou Fried Rice ($5.50) and Tom Yum Volcano Fried Rice ($10.50). With affordable prices, delicious food, and cute interiors, this is definitely a place you should be checking out.



Address: Blk 326 Serangoon Ave 3, #01-380, Singapore 550326

Hours: Daily 7.30am-10.30pm

3. See You Latte

With a cute and punny name, See You Latte is a new cafe that has recently opened in the Kovan area, with an affordable rotational menu consisting of a small variety of Asian and Western fusion dishes. With prices mostly ranging between $10-$15 and desserts under $5, this is definitely a place you should add to your cafe-hopping list. Dishes on the menu include Curry Chicken and Beef Rendang Pasta ($11.90), as well as desserts such as Matcha Burnt Cheesecake ($4.90).


See You Latte

Address: 988 Upper Serangoon Road #01-15, Stars of Kovan, Singapore 534733

Hours: Sun-Thu 8am-10pm, Fri-Sat 8am-11pm


1. C Cafe

C Cafe’s name stands for ‘Cards, Choices, Connections’. This new stylish cafe is situated in Joo Chiat, and offers a range of signature cafe menu items like the Avocado on Sourdough Toast ($18) and Tropical Acai Bowl ($15). Coffee prices start from $4 for an Espresso, and health enthusiasts can try out the cafe’s range of detox juices such as the Jade Detox ($7) consisting of 6 freshly squeezed fruits, veggies, and herbs!


C Cafe

Address: 477 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427683

Hours: Daily 8am-6pm

2. Firewood Chicken & Bagel

This new Korean restaurant and cafe at Katong serves bagels during the day and firewood roasted chicken at night! With two stories, the restaurant has the vibes of a forest cabin with logs and branches decorating the walls – perfect for that Instagram-worthy shot. It is the first of its kind in Singapore and has 6 different bagel flavours with different kinds of meat and fish fillings, including Norwegian Salmon ($13). All bagels are served with fries, and you can even get it plain at just $5.


At night, the restaurant switches things up with many savoury chicken-based dishes such as the signature Firewood Chicken ($28) – a whole chicken resting on a bed of Korean sticky rice that soaks in all of the buttery flavours, and the Hot Chicken Carbonara Ramen ($8). 

Firewood Chicken & Bagel

Address: 43 East Coast Road, Singapore 428764

Hours: Tue-Sun 11.30am-3pm, 5pm-11pm 

3. King’s Cart Coffee Factory

Caffeine addicts may be familiar with Kings Cart Coffee, a coffee catering company that provides specialty coffee to events. Recently, the company has opened a new cafe concept – King’s Cart Coffee Factory, which serves a selection of coffee and bakes from a new space at Joo Chiat Road. You may choose from a range of interesting coffee concoctions such as the Coconut Cold Brew ($9) and the Caramel Latte ($8), and pair your drink with a Devilish Chocolate Cake ($15).


The cafe even switches to a coffee bar serving alcoholic coffee cocktails on Fridays and Saturday nights, and now serves yummy brunch mains like Tiramisu Souffle Pancake and Mentaiko Carbonara!

King’s Cart Coffee Factory

Address: 328 Joo Chiat Road #01-05 Singapore 427585

Hours: Sun-Thu 9am-6pm, Fri-Sat 9am-10.30pm

4. O’Brew Culture

Were you a Circuit Breaker Dalgona Coffee Connoisseur? Now you’ll get to compare your creation to the original Korean recipe at this new coffee place. O’Brew Culture is a Korean cafe serving a range of interesting coffee flavours such as Vanilla Pistachio ($5.50) and Dalgona Rose milk ($5.90). You can also pair your drink with a variety of freshly-made pastries from the shop, including croissants ($3.90) and brownies ($6.90).


O’Brew Culture

Address: Tampines 1, 10 Tampines Central 1, #02-K2, Singapore 529536
Hours: Daily 10am-10pm


1. September Cafe

With pretty royal blue interiors, this new cafe at Beauty World Centre definitely deserves a spot on your cafe-hopping list. Not only does it look super IG worthy, it also serves a wide range of aesthetic and affordable dishes with both local and Western flavours, like Nasi Lemak ($7.90), Laksa ($4), and Puffy Omelette ($9.90). The cafe also has seasonal cakes on display, including the Bo Bo Cup Cake ($4.90) – a fruit shortcake that’s served in a bubble tea cup!



Address: Beauty World Centre #04-03, 144 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 588177

Hours: Daily 8am-8pm

2. Simple Cafe

Opened just a few days ago, this cafe is a new place to hang out for Westies, with clean white walls, cozy wooden furniture, and bright airy lighting. With Chinese songs playing in the background, you’ll feel like you’ve been transported to an aesthetic cafe in Taiwan, or even our neighbour Johor Bahru, so this is definitely a place to check out if you’ve been itching to travel. Items on the menu include a series of sweet treats like Mont Blanc ($9) and Vanilla Donut ($4.50). You can also pair your pastry with a series of coffee and tea, with prices starting from $5 for a Black coffee.


Simple Cafe

Address: NeWest, 1 West Coast Drive, #01-87, Singapore 128020

Hours: Tue-Sun 10.30am-8.30pm

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