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The 10 Popular Cafes in Singapore with 1-For-1 Mains include: (Prices quoted are before 1-for-1, subject to prevailing taxes.)
136 Telok Ayer Street Singapore 068601
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 10:30pm (Mon – Tues), 7:30am – 12:00am (Wed – Fri), 8:30am – 4:00pm (Sat – Sun)
Sarnies, named after a slang for sandwich ‘sarnies’, is a bustling café in the CBD serving hearty breakfasts, massive salads, homemade bakery treats, coffee, and of course, sandwiches.
Using grass-fed beef and chicken free from hormones and antibiotics, the café promises only fresh, quality ingredients in all its dishes. Even its bacon is cured in-house.
Popular favourites include the Mexican Salad ($16) comprising of pulled pork, brown rice, spice corn, mesclun, red cabbage coleslaw, guacamole, chimichurri, corn tortilla chips, vinaigrette; and Chicken Parmigiana ($16) made with breaded chicken cutlet and cheeses – Grana Padano and Cheddar.
If you head over during weekend, The Breakfast burger ($19) available on the Brunch Menu should satisfy both your breakfast and burger cravings.
Composed of crispy strips of bacon, a fried egg, and potato rosti, and dressed with guacamole, and a tomato relish. Served in a toasted black sesame seeded bun. Warning: Potentially messy to eat in one bite.
Benjamin Barker Café
8 Grange Road, Cineleisure #01-01/02, Singapore 239695
Tel: +65 6732 2123
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm, last order for kitchen at 9pm, bar at 9.30pm (Mon – Thurs)
11:00am – 10.30pm, last order for kitchen at 9.30pm, bar at 10pm (Fri)
10am – 10.30pm (Sat), 10am – 10pm (Sun)
Set as the brand’s Asian debut combining Fashion and F&B, Benjamin Barker Cafe is all about specialty coffee using Papa Palheta beans, classic comfort fare, all-day breakfast, and weekend brunches.
Known as a famous brand of menswear, Benjamin Barker imparts style and sense to its café dishes by combining time-tested flavours and a modern, homey ambiance.
Go for the Laksa Pizza ($24) or Kam Heong Seafood Pizza ($23).
Capturing the flavours of the iconic Singaporean laksa, the chef-recommended Laksa Pizza is included with traditional laksa ingredients such as prawns, squids, clams, quail eggs, and fish cake.
An ingenious way to enjoy your laksa as a finger food.
As a sequel to its popular Laksa Pizza, the new Kam Heong Seafood Pizza is topped with prawns, squids, clams and their signature house-made Kam Heong Sauce.
The aromatic sauce (“Kam Heong” literally “golden fragrance” in Cantonese) is a savoury concoction made with curry powder and leaves, or oyster sauce, light soy sauce, rice wine, garlic, shallots and dried shrimps.
Other popular favourites include the Rotisserie Chicken ($20), Salmon with Almond Crust ($22), Grilled Iberico Pork Loin ($23), Chilli Lime Seafood Aglio Olio ($18).
Gallery & Co. Cafeteria
1 St. Andrew’s Road, National Gallery Singapore, #01-17 Singapore 178957
Tel: 6385 6683
Opening Hours: 10 am – 7pm (Mon – Thurs, Sat – Sun), 10am – 9pm (Fri)
Gallery & Co. is the official museum store and cafeteria at National Gallery Singapore.
A casual, all-day dining venue, the 120-seater cafeteria offers museum goers an affordable spread of hearty salads and mains inspired by local Singaporean flavours and Southeast Asian influences.
The all-day dining menu is created by ex-Cocotte head chef Anthony Yeoh.
Experience a mash-up of classic favourites and new dishes inspired by the Gallery’s exhibitions are served, alongside craft beers, wines and locally-inspired cocktails.
Start off your food exploration with the signature Buttermilk Crispy Chicken Burger ($20), a juxtaposition of savoury and spicy flavours.
The buttermilk-soaked chicken is deep-fried until crispy. Assembled with the piquant kimchi that’s neutralised with a runny fried egg. Served with fries on the side.
As for the Grilled Otah Taco ($17), this main dish features otah, a steamed parcel of minced seasoned fish wrapped in coconut leaves and flame grilled.
The grilled fish cake finds its way into a taco, served with tomato salsa and chili mayo for a spicy finish.
Get the Laksa Pesto Crab Linguine ($18) and Steam Halibut & Rice ($18) if you are hungry for more.
This offer is available for Premium VIP key holders only
8 Rodyk Street, Singapore 238216
Tel: +65 6636 7629
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 6pm (Sun – Thurs), 7:30am – 7pm (Fri – Sat)
Classic Australian café menu, relaxed chill out vibes, and a view of the Singapore River (if you sit choose the al fresco dining).
A popular breakfast and lunch spot, hang out with your family and friends for some Single Origin Coffee, all-day breakfast, and mains.
Have your Eggs Benedict done in Toby’s Estate signature Brooklyn, Woolly or Rodyk style ($2); or get the Brekkie of Champions ($25) – a sumptuous plate of eggs done any style, espresso maple bacon, tomato, mushrooms, beans, harissa sausage and brioche.
Salads, burgers and sandwiches are served from 12pm onwards.
Favourites include Pulled Pork Burger ($22), Confit Chicken Burger ($22), and Roast Beef Sandwich ($16), all served with Toby’s rainbow fries.
Morettino Italian Cafè & Bistro
100AM #01-04, 100 Tras Street, Singapore 079027
Tel: +65 62440424
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
Enjoy the good life at Morettino Italian Café & Bistro, where you can experience traditional Italian Espresso & artisanal slow coffees, salad, paninis, pasta, and pizzas, thanks to its passionate in-house Italian chef.
All in the heart of the CBD at Tanjong Pagar’s 100AM.
Served in an atmosphere of family hospitality, the dishes at Morettino revolve on the flavours from the Italian region of Sicily.
Come for lunch or dinner and tease your palate with its artisanal tastes.
Highly recommended is the Pizza Parma Ham ($28.00), a Morettino Chef’s Special. It is specially prepared the traditional way originating in Naples, Italy. This signature item is made with prosciutto, tomato, Mozzarella, and mixed greens.
Order this classic Italian pasta of Spaghetti Amatriciana with Burrata ($22.00) made with traditional roma tomato sauce. Adding an intense flavour to the sauce are chopped pieces of bacon, while the sheep cheese topping and burrata make this extra creamy.
Likewise, a good pairing is Truffle Carbonara ($24.00), a rich and creamy dish made with spaghetti noodles and smoked bacon.
The truffle and olive sauce makes all the difference, making it heady good.
KARA Cafe & Dessert Bar
617 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 269718 (Tan Kah Kee MRT)
Tel: +65 4688940
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)
From the people behind Sogurt comes KARA Café & Dessert Bar, an upscale independent café serving LA-inspired all-day comfort food dining.
The imaginative yet welcoming pastel-coloured space offers savoury and sweet creations, and sometimes unusual taste pairings, from hot savoury grain bowls to decadent Mochi waffles, pasta and grilled cheesy toasties.
KARA’s signature dish of Pork Belly Miso Grain Bowl ($16) is ramen-inspired, made with fork-tender Japanese-style kakuni braised pork belly, soft egg, cucumber edamame salad, and miso mayonnaise.
Served atop either Japanese rice or quinoa, and garnished with generous amounts of nori seaweed and ramen crisps for that textural mouthfeel crunch.
This crowd-favourite Tempura Fish Kimchi Grain Bowl ($16), is a fusion of Japanese and Korean flavours.
This spicy and tangy bowl comes with a crispy and juicy tempura fish fillet on a bed of fresh diced cucumber, avocado and edamame. Finally, it is topped with a piquant kimchi mayo, barbecue sauce and sprinkled with furikake.
9 Raffles Boulevard #01-79/80 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596
Opening Hours: 10am – 10:30pm
Founded by foodie and restaurateur Claudia Sondakh, Plentyfull is a casual all-day dual concept restaurant that features a brasserie, a patisserie, and a local gourmet grocer.
This 4,000-sq ft. 132-seater serves a range of region-free cuisine in a nature-inspired social space, where lines between the kitchen and diners are in a blur.
If you want honest, hearty homemade meals away from home, try Plentyfull where everything is made from scratch using fresh seasonal produce from here and abroad – even their bacon is made from scratch.
Try their famous House Bacon when you order The Carbonara ($22), a classic Italian pasta dish given life at Plentyfull using the standard egg yolk and traditional spaghetti noodles.
Seasoned with freshly cracked pepper and topped with grated Pecorino Romano, this creamy dish is a light yet filling main.
If you’re a fan of burgers, go for their signature dish The Plentyfull Burger ($26), specially made with an aged beef patty combined with a slice of smoked cheddar and simply flavoured with onion marmalade and pickles. Everything is sandwiched in a soft, milky brioche bun and served with crisp potato fries on the side.
9 King Albert Park, #01-09, Singapore 598332
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Tues – Thurs, Sun), 12pm – 11pm (Fri – Sat)
Kindred Folk is a specialty handmade ice cream shop that goes beyond cold treats.
Pet owners will love how they can dine with their furry babies in the al fresco dining area over ice cream and other sweet treats.
Other than ice cream and waffles, you can expect mains such as pastas and pizzas.
Their popular choices include Spice It Up ($15) of tom yum aglio olio linguine with sautéed prawns; Mi-So-Sexy ($15) in which you get miso-sesame capellini with shimeiji mushrooms and onsen egg; and tomato cream penne called Asian Flush ($15).
The 3-Cheese Pizza ($13) likewise uses Kindred Folk’s signature tomato-based sauce. Add something savoury with this cheesy pizza, topped with a trio of classic cheeses: Cheddar (coloured and white), Parmesan & Mozzarella.
This offer is available for Premium VIP key holders only
Oriole Coffee + Bar
96 Somerset Road #01-01, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard Singapore 238163 (next to 313@somerset),
Tel: +65 6238 8348
Opening Hours: 8am – 11pm (Sun – Thu & PH), 8am -12am (Fri, Sat, Eve of PH)
The Oriole experience is all about serving specialty coffee by day and transforming into a bar by dusk complete with live music, house pour, wine, beer and cocktails.
In between gourmet coffee and drinks, its serves global fare daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner making it an all-day, every day café destination in the city.
Begin your day with a java-inspired dish, Espresso Hotcakes ($14) that is also vegetarian-friendly. These vanilla pancakes are topped with fresh strawberries and blueberries, a sprinkling of black and white sesame seeds and pumpkin seeds, and maple syrup.
Instead of the usual butter, you’ll get a homemade whipped espresso-orange butter to make your breakfast something different.
The signature Oriole Truffle Burger ($22), responsibly made with grain-fed beef patty mixed with sautéed mushrooms, caramelised onion, and melted cheese. What makes this extra special is the truffle-infused aioli dressing that elevates the flavour.
Also recommended main is the St. Louis Pork Ribs ($30) with sweet-soy marinated pork ribs barbecued ‘til fall-off-the-bone tender. Served with a medley of sides to complement the umami pork flavour including chilli relish, purple cabbage slaw, and crisp sweet potato fries.
The Marmalade Pantry Downtown
#01-01, Oasia Hotel Downtown. 100 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079333
Tel: +65 6385 0741
Opening Hours: 11.30am – 10.30pm (Mon – Sun)
Known for its weekend brunches and artisanal high tea and cakes, The Marmalade Party is a home-grown bistro serving modern comfort food in a charming ambiance.
If you haven’t tried The Marmalade Mac & Cheese ($24) now is the perfect time.
This much-loved signature pasta is served on a skillet, in a portion large enough to be shared between two. This gooey dish with a kiss of bleu cheese and made special with parmesan truffle butter will delight any genuine cheese lover.
Rushing to work? A good ole sandwich will save your day. Try The Marmalade Club ($24) is served on a toasted multi-grain bread, and comes with sweet honey-baked ham, chicken salad, egg, gem lettuce and sliced roma tomatoes. You can request and switch to a gluten-free bread, if you like. Comes with sweet potato fries.
The Marmalade also serves luxurious pastas, such as the Spicy Crabmeat Pasta ($26) with generous portions of quality jumbo and lump crabmeat. Al dente cooked linguini pasta are blended in an umami-packed tomato sauce, with pine nuts that add a buttery nutty taste to contrast the spiciness.
You may replace the regular linguini with gluten-free spaghetti or penne if you prefer.
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