Looking at some of the best new cafes in Singapore to visit?

Here are 10 of them, ranging from all-day instagrammable dining cafe near Orchard Road, bakery cafe at Siglap and Tanjong Pagar, and a hidden cafe within a furniture shop at Farrer Park:

Sooner or Later
17 Haji Lane, Singapore 189210
Opening Hours: 11am – 11pm (Tue – Thurs), 11am – 12am (Fri – Sun), Closed Mon

Korean-Style Cafe At Haji Lane Opens Till 12AM Weekends
Sooner or Later has recently opened at Haji Lane in Bugis, with both cosy indoors and alfresco seating areas.

Occupying the first floor of the shophouse, the interior has an industrial and minimalist touch, from the cemented walls to the matte metal bar counter and table tops.

Their menu features a selection of handcrafted drink ($4.50 – $9), pastries ($5 – $8.50), savoury croissant ($7 – $18) and ice cream (Single $4.80, Double $8).

A small selection of pastries are available here: Miso Caramel Brownie ($5), Hazelnut Brownie ($5.50), Banana Bread ($6), Black Sesame Cake ($8) and Earl Grey Cake ($8.50).

Read more at: Sooner or Later (Haji Lane)

Lola’s Café – Holland Village
48 Lor Mambong, Singapore 277699
Opening Hours: 9am – 9:30pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

Popular Brunch Cafe From Hougang Opens At Holland Village
Known for its unpretentious food, Lola’s Cafe is typically packed with groups of families and friends during the weekends, especially for the brunch hours.

It has opened a second outlet at 48 Lorong Mambong.

The breakfast menu available from 9am to 3pm include hearty items of Shakshuka ($16), Crab Cake Benedict ($19), Pulled Pork & Avocado Eggs Benedict ($16), Angus Beef Burger ($18), and Ultimate Croissant ($16).

Go for the Crab Cake Benedict ($19) which consist of handmade crab cake on toasted English muffins, topped with miso hollandaise sauce and furikake.

Not forgetting the poached eggs as well. As you cut across, the combinatiexplosion ion of oozy egg yolk, moist crab cake and unique miso hollandaise may just create that mini n your mouth.

For dinner, some of their heartier items include Grilled Kurobuta Pork Collar ($23), Battered Fish & Chips ($17), Tuscan Seafood Stew ($23), Black Garlic Fried Chicken Burger ($18), and Duck Leg Confit with Truffle Mash ($20).

Read more at: Lola’s Café (Holland Village)

Naga House
14 Lor Telok, Singapore 049027
Opening Hours: 10am – 12am (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun

Modern Japanese-Inspired Cafe With Triple Egg Sando
Naga House located at Lor Telok is of walking distance from Boat Quay, and has a two-in-one concept of café by day and bar by night.

In terms of food, the Japanese-style menu is divided into Sandos, Gohan Bowls, some mains and sides. They are still trying out different flavors and combinations, with intention of introducing various seasonal menus.

On the menu are five types of sandwiches ($12 – $16) filled with flank steak, house-fried chicken, triple tamago, grilled triple cheese, and a triple S which represents spam, seaweed and sunny-side-up.

If you would like a more filling meal, available are Flank Steak with Tamago Kake Gohan ($16), House-Fried Chicken with Tamago Kake Gohan ($14), Triple S with Tamago Kake Gohan ($12), Naga Pasta ($16), and Flank Steak ($20).

Read more at: Naga House (Lor Telok)

Little Farms Market & Cafe
Tanglin Mall 02-136/138, 163 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247933
Tel: +65 3163 6344
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

All-Day Instagrammable Dining Cafe At Tanglin Mall
Little Farms started as a grocer at Valley Point providing fresh assortment of groceries, meats, dairy, seafood and plant-based alternatives procured from ethical and traceable sources.

This whole flagship space is larger than the others at 6,800 square feet, incorporating an all-day dining café, wholefoods store, a delicious, and a live artisanal bakery by Starter Lab.

On the breakfast menu include the best-selling Avocado Smash on Classic Sourdough ($21), Eggs Ben on Toasted Croissant ($24), Wholemeal Hotcake ($22), Homemade Granola Bowl ($17), to Lox Sourdough Bagel ($19).

Wholesome salads exclusive to the Tanglin Mall outlet include the Spice-charred Cauliflower ($21) and Avo, Quinoa & Feta Bowl ($22) which can provide the ultimate nourishment.

Moving on to the dinner menu, there is the Sustainably Farmed Fish & Chips ($30), New Zealand Akaora Salmon ($34), Braised Ox Cheek & Mushroom Pappardelle ($28), and Bostock’s Organic Chicken Breast ($26) with root veggies, pearl barley risotto, feta and kale.

Read more at: Little Farms Market & Café (Tanglin Mall)

Crazy Nana
Galaxis #01-17, 1 Fusionopolis Place, Singapore 138522
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm (Mon – Sat), Closed Sun, PH

Banana-Themed Cafe Selling Pisang With Kecap Manis
The banana-centric cafe is at One North, with the bananas mainly sourced from the owner’s own farm in Batu Pahat Malaysia, and some of the other vegetables used in other dishes are also delivered fresh from the farm.

On the menu are local breakfast favourites, such as Mee Siam with Egg ($6.90), Mee Goreng with Egg ($6.90), Nasi Lemak with Egg ($6.90), Rojak Mee ($7.90), and Curry Noodles ($8.50).

There are also sides including Kaya Butter Toast ($3); and afternoon tea sets (available from 3pm – 5pm) of Pisang ($4.90) and Banana French Toast ($4.90) that come with drinks.

On the menu is a small Banana Series with Banana French Toast ($3.80), Banana On Toast ($3.80), Banana Mini Wraps ($3.80), and the signature Crazy Nana Pisang ($6.90).

Read more at: Crazy Nana (One North)

Les Mains Patisserie
47 Jalan Tua Kong, Singapore 457247
Opening Hour: 8am – 5pm (Mon – Tues, Thurs – Sat), 8am – 12pm (Sun), Closed Wed

Siglap Cake Cafe With Whisky Chocolate Tarte And Strawberries & Cream Cake
Not to be confused with Le Matin Patisserie, Les Mains Patisserie is a bakery cafe located within the cosy Siglap neighbourhood at 47 Jalan Tua Kong.

“Les Mains” translates to ‘The Hands’, which resonates with their beliefs of having ‘all hands on deck’, working closely as a unit and being a team player.

There is a small selection of Honey Madeleines ($2.90 for 3 pcs), Matcha Madeleines ($2.90 for 3 pcs), Chocolate Pound Cake ($3.90), and Mushrooms, Truffle and Oregano Quiche ($8.90).

The signature are their Tarts, which includes the recommended Whisky Chocolate Tarte ($10.90), Chocolate Raspberry Tarte ($11.90), Fruit Tarte ($10.90), and Lemon Meringue Tarte ($8.90).

Read more at: Les Mains Patisserie (Jalan Tua Kong)

La Petite Boulangerie
2 Marne Road, #01-04, Singapore 208393
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm (Tues), 9:30am – 6pm (Wed – Sat), Closed Sun, Mon

French Bakery Café Near Farrer Park Offering Merveilleux
Translated to mean “marvellous”, this is a traditional Belgium and French meringue dessert typically found only in some European cities, but you can get it in Singapore now.

La Petite Boulangerie is found within My Selection – a homegrown online furniture brand which has gone physical with this first-ever physical store.

The Merveilleux ($9) looking like a little dome come in flavours such as Chocolate, Praliné, Passion Fruit, Cheesecake and Tiramisu, to even a Singapore-inspired one of Kaya.

After cutting it across, you would find fluffy whipped cream sandwiched between clouds of meringue.

I found the meringue indeed cloud-like both in terms of aesthetic and texture, which helped balance the richer chocolate flavours and pastry cream.

Read more at: La Petite Boulangerie (Marne Road)

Bread & Butter by XY
138 Robinson Road, #01-04 Oxley Tower, Singapore 068906
Opening Hours: 6am – 3pm (Mon – Fri), 7am – 3pm (Sat), Closed Sun

All Pink Bakery Café At Robinson Road Near Tanjong Pagar
XY is Xin Ying, a petite 25-year-old who started baking to satisfy her boyfriend’s sweet tooth.

All the bakes they offer are inspired by Xin Ying’s loved ones – Yuzu Loaf (from $4) from her mum, Cinnamon Sticky Buns ($3.80) from her boyfriend, and Honey Butter Biscuits ($2.50) from her brothers.

Bakes offered at this all pink café include Truffle & Cheese Bread Rolls ($5.50), Yuzu Lemon Butter Loaf (from $4), Black Cocoa Brownies (from $4), Japanese Black Sesame Loaf with Kinako Crumble (from $4).

There are also the Gula Melaka Loaf with Salted Candied Walnuts (from $4), Lemon Pistachio Loaf (from $4), Ying & Yang Cookies ($2.50) and Matcha Financier ($2.50).

The recommended is the Cinnamon Sticky Bun ($3.80) which is rolled in the mornings by Xin Ying herself, sliced and baked in a gooey caramel glaze.

Read more at: Bread & Butter by XY (Robinson Road)

Cold Flings
21 Fernvale Road, #01-05 High Park Residences, Singapore 797637
Opening Hours: 2pm – 2am (Mon – Fri), 12pm – 2am (Sat – Sun)

Ice Cream & Acai Bowl Cafe At Sengkang That Opens Till 2AM Every Day
Cold Flings is a newly opened ice cream store at High Park Residences, a condominium in Fernvale.

If you are looking for Ice Cream and even Acai Bowls at odd hours in the night, you will be pleased to know that this café is opened till 2am daily.

Every single scoop – they call it the ‘premium’ flavour is $4.50, and a double is $8. The ‘gold’ flavours are slightly pricier at $5.50 (single) and $10 (double).

Some interesting ice cream flavours include Oolong Osmanthus, Stracciatella (gelato with chocolate chip flakes), Coffee Chip, 85% Dark Chocolate and Blue Pea Lemongrass.

The more popular ones are Chocolate Indulgence, Red and Green Apple Yakult – best paired with the butter or pandan waffles.

Read more at: Cold Flings (Sengkang)

Avolato
371 Beach Road #01-22 City Gate Mall, Singapore 199597
Opening Hours: 10:30am – 9pm (Mon – Fri), 10:30am – 9:30pm (Sat – Sun)

Avocado-Specialty Gelato Cafe With Avocado Gula Melaka Flavour At Beach Road
Avalato is a gelato cafe that serves gelato, specialty coffee and rotational bakes at City Gate.

All gelato flavours are freshly churned in house, with constant R&D on different flavours depending on the season and occasion.

Interesting to note that even for their avocado-based flavours, they are available for a limited period only and likely to change every month.

These can be paired with cones ($1), charcoal cone ($1.50), waffles ($5.50), croffle ($3.50), croissant ($2.50) or UFO panini bun ($3).

I decided to go for the house-specialty of Avocado Gula Melaka ($5.50 per scoop), and it had a lovely smooth and creamy texture, with delicate avocado taste that lingered.

Read more at: Avolato (City Gate Mall)

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

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