True to its name, this new café resembles the icy landscapes of Antarctica with its stark white interior and minimalistic design. The cool white tones are softened by pops of green with the addition of plants all around the space for a botanical atmosphere.
With a farm-to-table concept, Glacier serves brunch items, coffee, bakes and gelato. Find brunch items like their Glacier Big Breakfast ($24), Glacier French Toast ($16) and Salmon Mentaiko Truffle Grain Bowl ($20) along with gelato ($4 for single scoop) and their signature Pandan Mochi Waffles ($8) for dessert.
Address: 161 Lavender St, #01-09, Singapore 338750
Opening Hours: Sunday, Tuesday-Thursday 10am-10pm; Friday-Saturday 10am-1am
2. Mylo’s Gelato
New gelato café in Gardens by the Bay is a quirky teal and wood-themed spot that welcomes families and pets alike. Enjoy a fun afternoon weekend out at Gardens by the Bay and cool down at this relaxing glasshouse café.
Mylo’s offers a selection of 23 gelato flavours, including alcoholic, non-alcoholic and dairy-free options such as Jasmine Oolong, Pineapple Sichuan Pepper, Coconut Pandan, Margarita, Apple Pie, Rock Melon and more. Each single scoop goes for $5, while double scoops are priced at $8.
What’s more—Mylo’s even has treats for your furry friends: dog biscuits ($2) and popsicles ($5)!
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, #01-01, Singapore 018953
Opening Hours: Wednesday-Thursday, 8am-8pm and Friday-Sunday, 8am-10pm
3. Sevens Café
Inspired by the wavy sand dunes of Australia, this gorgeous modern café is decked in rose pink and wood tones, with pink marble seats and gold accents for that added luxe factor. This café is the newest venture by Sevens Group, located right next to their showroom, Sevens Atelier.
Sevens Café serves all-day breakfast options like 7S Avod (18) and Cheese Toast With Ham ($11), as well as mains like Bangers + Mash ($22) and Sea Protein ($21). They also have a wide selection of house-made sweets and bakes like the Citron tart ($7.90) and Kyoto Houjicha roll cake ($7.90) for dessert.
Address: 29 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427753
Opening Hours: 8.30am-5.30pm daily
4. Le Jardin
From the same people that brought you @cafedenicolesflower, Le Jardin is a new pet-friendly French & European-inspired restaurant bursting with gorgeous floral decor from floor to ceiling. The interior boasts European grandeur, with its high ceilings and crystal chandeliers.
Le Jardin is perfect for a breakfast or brunch outing with their Proscuitto Bruschetta ($13.90), Four Cheese Brioche Sandwich ($16.90) or Fig & Salted Caramel French Toast ($21.90). Lunch is served between 12pm-3.30pm, and dinner is from 5.30pm-9.30pm. From 4.30pm-5.30pm, only pastries, desserts and specialty drinks such as Chamomile Dream ($9.90), Floral Cucumber ($9.90) and Purple Fantasy ($11.90) will be available.
Address: 5 Cox Terrace, Level 2, Fort Canning Arts Centre, 179620
Opening Hours: Weekdays 8.30am-9pm, Weekends 8am-9pm
5. Monday Blues
This adorable new ice cream café in Geylang gives you anything but Monday blues, with its soothing, woody decor and soft curved lines.
Their signature menu item is the Cloudy Waffles ($14.80), generous dollops of gelato atop freshly-made waffles and decorated with fluffy cotton candy. You can also get their Cloudy series in a Cone ($7.80) or Cup ($6.80) as well.
Address: 749 Geylang Road, Singapore
Opening Hours: 1pm-3am daily
6. Awfully Chocolate Bakery & Café
Singapore’s favourite chocolate store opens a new concept—a bakery and café serving brunch plates, dinners and fresh chocolate on tap! This new flagship store is true to Awfully Chocolate’s dark aesthetic, with moody blacks and dark woods, as well as black and white marble and chic prints.
This new concept by Awfully Chocolate has an in-house chocolate tap that tempers 45%, 60% and 70% cocoa fresh each time, ready to be mixed with freshly-frothed premium Hokkaido Milk for their signature Really Fresh Chocolate Milk ($6).
Brunch is served from 8.30am-4pm, with offerings like Truffle Cream Eggs ($18), Singapore Borscht ($18) and Grilled Steak & Cheese Panini ($20). All the pastries served here are also freshly baked in house. From 6pm onwards. $25 Dinner Sets (Starter + Main) will be served, with choices like French Onion or Grilled Cauliflower Salad for starters as well as Angus Brisket or Onsen Egg & Black Fungus for mains.
Images: Awfully Chocolate Bakery & Café
Upper Thomson has always been known for its stretch of good, aesthetic cafés, and Hello Arigato is no exception. Inspired by the classic Japanese aesthetic, Hello Arigato’s interior looks like you just stepped into a Japanese furniture store or art gallery, with its unique furniture, prints and other knick knacks decorating the space.
Hello Arigato specialises in Japanese sandos like their Katsu Sando ($16), Gyu Sando ($26) and even a local-inspired Otah Sando ($20).
Address: 227 Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574359
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am-4pm & 6pm-9pm, Saturday-Sunday 10am-4pm, 6pm-9pm
8. Chez Suzette
We just can’t get enough of the French café aesthetic, and Chez Suzette might just be the French café of our dreams. Oozing French minimalism and elegance with their nude tones and rattan chairs to boot, Chez Suzette looks like it came out of Paris itself.
Of course, Chez Suzette serves classic French dishes like Croque Monsieur ($14), Duck Leg Confit ($29) and Escargot à la Bourguignonne ($16), as well as classic French crêpes ($15) and an extensive selection of French wines.
In addition to good food and drinks, Chez Suzette also houses a retail and workshop space featuring curated items from local artists and craftsmen.
Address: 5 Teck Lim Road, #01-01, Singapore 088383
Opening Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 8.30am-10pm, Sunday-Monday 8.30am-5pm