1. Seriously Coffee
Seriously Coffee has just unveiled its second outlet at Bijou this December, and they aren’t playing around. True to its name, Seriously Coffee takes its coffee well, seriously, and all its coffees are made with Rufous, the signature award-winning coffee blend by Tad Coffee Company. Get their Orange Mocha ($7), Cafe Latte ($5), Roasted Hazelnut Chocolate (from $6), Refreshing Homemade Soda ($6).
For eats, don’t miss out on local favourites like their Traditional Buttered Toast (from $6), Not So Ordinary Mee Siam ($10) and Spicy Lemongrass Chicken ($9.50), just to name a few. Finish off your meal with a slice of their signature block cakes ($8.50) in flavours like Chocolate Banana, Biscoff Espresso, Mandarin Blueberry Pistachio and more!
Address: 2 Jalan Mat Jambol, BIJOU, #01-07A, Singapore 119554
Opening Hours: 9am-7pm daily
2. Huggs Collective
Fan-favourite local coffee chain Hugg’s Collective has finally revealed their gorgeous flagship store conveniently situated within the bustling CBD area! The new space features a collaborative space, snug little amphitheatre cum sitting area, members’ lounge and pet-friendly outdoor space!
Sit down for a cuppa, and sample some of their healthy and hearty Thai fusion mains like Fried Tom Yum Rice ($17), Pad Thai Konjac Noodles ($14.50), Fried Quinoa with Basil ($16.50) and more!
Address: 30 Maxwell Road #01-03 to 05, Singapore 069114
Opening Hours: 10am-10pm daily
3. Sevens Kissaten
Sevens Kissaten is a new Japanese-style teahouse, the latest addition to the Sevens Group of dining concepts. Decked in soothing neutral and wood tones that scream Japanese minimalism and simplicity, the new concept embodies the spirit of “omotenashi”, offering guests top-notch hospitality, comfort food and quality tea.
Highlights from the menu include Chateaubriand Katsu Sando ($48), Tontoro Kimchi Yaki ($16), Salmon Angel Hair Pasta ($18), as well as a range of handcrafted desserts like Wasanbon Pudding ($9), Hojicha Cream Cheese Cake ($12) and many more. For more details, see our full article here.
Address: 58 Seng Poh Road #01-15, Singapore 160058
Opening Hours: 8.30am-5.30pm daily
Helmed by an ex-private dining chef, Dearborn is a specialty granola café located in the heart of quaint Everton Park.
Pop by Dearborn’s tranquil dine-in space for a wholesome breakfast or brunch of freshly baked and handcrafted Granola Bowls (from $8) in flavours like Berries, Chocolate & Hazelnut, Cranberry Coconut and more! Don’t miss out on one of their specialty drinks either: Cucumber and Lemon Soda ($6) or Yuzu and Citrus Soda ($7). For the full run-down on Dearborn, see our article here.
Address: 1 Everton Park #01-29, Singapore 081001
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday, 12pm-5pm; Saturday, 9am-1pm
5. HEYTEA Café
The newest HEYTEA Cafë at Orchard Central boasts their signature clean, white-and-silver aesthetic, with HEYTEA’s signature drinks as well as a slew of new ones. The new café even has a 25-seater open seating area so you can sit and sip on your drinks.
New additions to the menu include the Emblic Superfruit series (from $7.50) encased in luxe glass bottles, as well as bottled sodas ($2.50) made with real fruit juices in flavours like Kyoho Grape and Pineapple and Passionfruit—perfect thirst-quenchers for the Singapore heat.
Address: 181 Orchard Road, Orchard Central #01-26, Singapore 238896
Opening Hours: 11am-10pm daily
6. French Fold
French Fold is a fan-favourite French galette and crêpe joint by the folks behind Merci Marcel, and they’ve just opened a brand new outlet at the Palais Renaissance.
The new space is beautiful, to say the least, and much bigger than their original outlet over at Telok Ayer. Enjoy the same French goodness such as the classic No. 4 galette ($17), Galettes Bites (from $12), sweet Crêpes (from $7) and more!
Address: 390 Orchard Road #01-02, Palais Renaissance, Singapore 238871
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-10.30pm
Trendy lifestyle and social club Crane has opened a new space on Arab Street, this time with a farm-to-table bistro dubbed Cantina! The new 3-storey space boasts unique boho-inspired decor, complete with mismatched furniture flora and fauna scattered all around, as well as many cosy nooks and corners for chilling.
Highlights from the Asian farm-to-table menu include: Red Curry Prawn Conchiglie ($20), Parmesan Polenta Fries ($10), Akuri Pav ($14) and much more! For the full article on Cantina, see here.
Address: 148 Arab Street
Opening Hours: Wednesday, 10.30am-3pm; Thursday-Friday, 10.30am-3pm & 5pm-9pm; Saturday, 10.30am-7pm; Sunday, 10.30am-3pm
8. Little Grain Café
Little Grain Café is the cutest little café you ever did see, with a mere 2-seater dine-in area. Situated as an outdoor coffee “stand” along the bustling street lining Lucky Plaza, the café offers a decent selection of specialty coffees, tea and other beverages, along with a humble display of sweets.
Get their specialty coffees (from $3.80) like Americano, Spanish Latte and Cold Brew as well as bakes like French Croissant ($3.80), Chocolate Muffins ($3.80), Virgin Tiramisu ($9.80), Sea Salt Caramel Cake ($7.80) and more. See our article on Little Grain Café here.
Address: 304 Orchard Road (outside Lucky Plaza), Singapore 228863
Opening Hours: 9am-9pm daily
9. Sin & Savage Bakehouse
Sin & Savage Bakehouse is a charming little café with sinful sweets and savagely delightful and comforting treats!
Expect the unexpected with mains like San Marzano Tomato Burrata Salad ($20), Signature Small Boi Breakfast ($17). Don’t miss out on their sinful sweet treats like 70% Dark Chocolate Tart ($9.50), Yuzu Citron Tart ($11), Pistachio Burnt Basque Cheesecake ($12.50) and many more! For the full low-down on Sin & Savage, see our article here.
Address: 169 Stirling Rd, #01-1153 Stirling View, Singapore 140169
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 10.30am-9.30pm; Saturday-Sunday, 9am-10.30pm
10. Cowpresso Coffee Roasters
Cowpresso’s newest space boasts a gorgeous white interior that changes into an eclectic rainbow-lit café by night.