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Bayshore Park’s First-Ever Brunch Spot – Alto Cafe is Muslim-Owned!

Just in time for Ramadhan, – the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, reflection, and community – yet another Muslim-owned café has opened in the east. Situated within a private residential community, discerning guests are invited to enter the condominium grounds through the Bayshore Park guard house, upon registering their visit by providing valid personal identification.

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Lined by an array of vibrant, potted plants, Alto café is characterized by its casual wooden furnishing, and predominantly white backdrop. Accommodating up to 17 guests at a time, this café prides itself in utilizing meat from Halal-certified sources and offers a diverse range of brunch items in the form of all-day breakfasts, sandwiches, salads, pasta, croissant-sandwiches, and waffles.

Worth an estimated $15.90, first-time guests are invited to try the café’s signature Papa Rosti, Chickira, The Funguy, and Salmon Khan. Other delectable offerings include the $17.80 Avo Smashed on Sourdough with Pomegranate, the $15.90 Savoury Belgian Waffles with a choice of salmon, chicken or portobello mushroom toppings, the $8 Santa’s Carrot Cake, and $6 Eggless Semolim Cream Pie.

Alto Cafe

Address: Bayshore Park, 54 Bayshore Road, #01-01, Singapore 469979

Operating Hours: (Mon-Thurs): 10am – 9pm, (Fri): 10am – 10pm, (Sat): 8am – 10pm, (Sun): 8am – 9pm

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