Some big names opening up in Singapore. Bangkok’s popular fashion place Greyhound Café, Japan’s Gudetama Café, and Korea’s Kiss The Tiramisu and Dal.Komm Coffee aka “Descendants Of The Sun” Café are some of the more prominent names coming up.

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12 New Cafes In Singapore November 2016 – Greyhound, Gudetama and DOTS Cafe Come To Singapore

Greyhound Café Singapore
Paragon Shopping Mall, 290 Orchard Road, Singapore 238859

Quoted by the Fortune Magazine as “the Hottest Seats in Bangkok”, Greyhound Café is the first fashion café in Bangkok offering the food concept with creative twists in a casual dining experience.

Some of the Greyhound signatures include Complicated Noodle – a self-assembling noodle dish which include fresh lettuce leaves and minced pork sauce, Fried Rice Noodle with Chicken and Dried Squid, Spaghetti with Crab Meat with Prawn Cream Sauce, and of course the Greyhound Famous Fried Chicken Wings.

The café is stated to open at Paragon end of November.

Chimney SG
Scape*, 2 Orchard Link, #02-02, Singapore 237978
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon-Fri), 11am – 3pm, 5pm – 10pm (Sat-Sun)

A dedicated Chimney cake shop in Singapore at Scape.

Chimney cake is made from sweet, yeast dough where a single strip is wrapped around a cone-shaped baking equipment before ‘cooking’ it till golden brown.

The menu is divided into Sweet ($3) and Savory ($3.50) Chimney cakes.

Top up $1 for additional Nutella, Peanut Butter or Cream Cheese for the sweet Chimney cakes, or Chicken Ham, Turkey Bacon or Salted Egg (yes, that’s right) for the savory version. Chimney (Scape Orchard)

Kiss The Tiramisu
277 Orchard Road #01-15 Orchard Gateway Singapore 238858 (Somerset MRT)
Opening Hours: 10:30am – 10:30pm

Popular Korean dessert shop Kiss The Tiramisu has opened at Singapore in Orchard Gateaway.

The shop is located at a rather obscure corner, next to Dazzling Café, diagonally opposite Kanshoku Ramen.

If you had to pick a choice between the Original, Banana and Berries, go for the classic flavour. It would be a safe choice, and there would be more layers and intricacies to make you feel it is more worth it. Kiss The Tiramisu Singapore (Orchard Gateway)

Soi 55
1 Shenton Way, Singapore 068803
Opening Hours: 7.30am – 5pm (Mon – Fri)

Soi 55 has earned a fan base with its first stall at Golden Shoe Raffles Place. Its second is on the 5th level of The Cathay. It has closed the hawker stall, and shifted to bigger premises at One Shenton Way.

Their best sellers include Thai Milk Tea, Thai Green Milk Tea, Thai Milk Coffee, Thai honey Lemon Tea, Thai Honey Black Tea, Thai Honey Black Tea, and Thai Honey Green Tea.

They have also added a “Paint Your Drink” series where customers can choose their preferred drink, then add different fun toppings such as Red Ruby, Blue Sapphire, Purple Sago, Blue Sago, Earl Grey Jello and Coffee Jello.

8 Jalan Klapa Singapore 199320
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Tue-Fri,Sun), 12pm – 10.30pm (Sat), Closed Mon

Kumoya is made up of two words: “Kumo” means fluffy, light clouds and “ya” mean house, a place where we can experience the lightness of their desserts.

The éclairs are its specialty items, offering bite-sized Petite Éclairs (7cm long) at $3 each, $8.50 for 3 pieces, $16.50 for 6 pieces, $31.50 for 12 pieces.

The table’s favourite flavours were Matcha and Café Au Lait (milk coffee) with that distinct touch and taste. Kumoya (Jalan Klapa)

47 Neil Road 088827 Singapore (Near to Outram Park MRT Station)
Tel: +65 9451 8873
Opening Hours: 10am – 11pm (Mon – Thurs), 10am – 1am (Fri – Sat)

Epiphyte is conceptualised as an infusion of food, art and nature.

Their signature items and desserts include the Pink Risotto ($22), Chicken with Indonesian Spices ($21), Grilled Striploin ($27), Crab Cakes ($13), Twilight which is a ‘galaxy’ style chocolate cointreau mousse cake ($10) and Terrarium ($8, +$3 for shot of rum).

The Terrarium, a floral-garden dessert which blends with the vibes and feel, is the most widely instagrammed dessert here so far.

It was served in a whisky glass with green sponge cake, dark chocolate soil, fresh mint custard and apple compote. Epiphyte (Neil Road)

12 Maju Avenue, Singapore 556690
Opening Hours: 12pm – 12am (Sun-Thu), 12pm – 2am (Fri-Sat)

Nunsaram has opened a franchise outlet beside Oblong, opposite myVillage at Serangoon Gardens.

It has one of the most extensive menus for Korean bingsu cafes in Singapore. Think 15 flavours of Bingsu, Tteokkochi (Korean rice cakes skewers), Porridge ($6.90 – $7.90), Injeolmi Toast ($5.90), Thick Bread ($8.90), Smoothies and Latte. Nunsaram (Maju Avenue)

Oh My Café
Westgate #B1-01 3 Gateway Drive Singapore 608532

Oh My Café serves up a smattering of cakes, soda beverages called “Nade” (LemoNADE, get it?), light bulb drinks, yogurt in bottles and coffee.

There is a snack shop / minimart at the back of the café, though you may actually walk and miss it. If you are suddenly in need of Korean cup noodles and groceries at Westgate, you know where to go.

Though I am not entirely sure what its main focus is, yet. Oh My Café (Westgate)

Ninja Cut
32 Seah Street, Singapore 188388
Opening Hours: 9.30am – 7.30pm (Mon – Fri), 9am – 6pm (Sat-Sun)

Opened by the folks behind Ninja Bowl at Duxton Road, Ninja Cut has taken over SELA Restaurant beside Bridge Cafe at Seah Street.

Question: How different is Ninja Cut from Ninja Bowl?

We observed some similarities in their dishes such as Salmon Poke and Tuna Tataki with slightly different toppings.

While the latter is Japanese inspired with nihon names for their bowls such as Geisha, Genki and Yasai, the former offers a larger variety of bowls that are more substantial in portion. Ninja Cut (Seah Street)

Juju Coffee
5 Tan Quee Lan Street Singapore 188094
Tel: +65 9230 0293
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 4:30pm

Juju Coffee is the day-time business of is Joo Bar, providing those in the vicinity with a space to chill out over cuppa.

The interior was adorned in black, white and copper, complemented by dark Korean pinewood furniture specially imported from Korea.

The menu from Juju Coffee is straight-forward – Espresso ($3.50), Black ($4.50), White ($5.50), Iced Black ($5.50), Iced White ($6.00) and Cold Brews ($5.50, $6.00). Juju Coffee (Tan Quee Lan Street)

10 North Canal Road Singapore 048823
Opening Hours: 9am – 7pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun

Neato received some buzz on Instagram for their ‘lava custard puff’, choux puffs with flavoured custard that would ooze out when cut apart.

So the recommended dessert was the Neato’s “Legendary Custard Puffs” ($4.00), in flavours of Malted milk, Earl grey, Matcha, Chocolate malt and Cream cheese maple. Neato (North Canal Road)

Gudetama Café Singapore
Suntec City Mall #01-361/362/363/364, 3 Temasek Boulevard Singapore 038983

Popular Sanrio Character Gudetama finally have its own café in Singapore. How egg-citing.

Gudetama Café Singapore will be located at Suntec City Mall #01-361, and is anticipated to open end November.

Items to be served include Breakfast In Pan with eggs (of course), toast, sausage and bacon; Waffles, Softserve and Coffee. Gudetama Café (Suntec City)

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* Compiled by Daniel Ang @DanielFoodDiary and Nicholas Tan @stormscape.



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