They call themselves “Asia’s Smallest Café”.

Not too sure if that can be verified, but they are probably Singapore’s smallest café with only 2 seats.

Located as an outdoor shop outside Lucky Plaza, there are other kiosks along the same pathway such as Flash Coffee and Sharetea. But Little Grain Café has seats for two pax.

From far, this looks like a tiny bus-stop and you can take a seat, watch the world go by, and absorb the Orchard Road atmosphere.
You may find the name vaguely familiar, and yes this is a sister-outlet of Grain Alley at Orchard Central.

On its menu are specialty coffee, tea, a selection of cakes and pastries. They are working on “something special” for lunch and dinner.


Coffee choices include Espresso ($3.80), Americano ($4.80), Long Black ($4.80), Flat White ($5.80), Caffe Latte ($5.80), Cappuccino ($5.80), Spanish Latte ($5.80) and Coldbrew ($5.80).


The food menu remains straight-forward for now, with French Croissant ($3.80), Pain au Chocolat ($4.80), and Chocolate Muffins ($3.80).

I had the Pain au Chocolat ($4.80) which was a straight-forward not-bad choice with melty chocolate bits within, but I wished that the outer layer would have been crispier.

Some of the cakes such as the Double Chocolate Cake ($7.80), Red Velvet Cake ($8.80), Virgin Tiramisu ($9.80), and Sea Salt Caramel Cake ($7.80) are worth a mention for is smooth texture, though one may hesitate to order due to its price.

Little Grain Cafe
304 Orchard Road, Singapore 228863 (outside Lucky Plaza)
Opening Hours: 9am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

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