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.
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.
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