We have reached the last quarter of the year. With less than 90 days away from Christmas 2022, we can expect more exciting restaurant and cafe openings in Singapore coming up.

Here are 12 NEW cafes you can check out:

B For Bagel
Tanglin Mall B1-125/126, 163 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247933
Opening Hours: 10am – 5pm (Mon – Sun)

Korean Bagel Cafe From Gangnam Opens At Tanglin Mall
With an outlet in Yeoksam, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, B for Bagel has opened their first overseas outlet in Singapore at the basement of Tanglin Mall.

With 12 different bagels flavours on display, check out their interesting selection of savoury and sweet options.

The savoury selection of bagels include Sesame ($3.90), Wholewheat Multigrains ($4.30), Chia Seed ($4.30), Kalamata Olive ($5.20), Spinach ($5.20), Garlic Butter Cheese ($5.50) and Salt N Butter ($5.20).

On the other hand, their sweet selection includes Soboro – Cookie Dough ($4.50), Apple Cinnamon Chutney ($4.90), Cinnamon Orange ($5.20) and Fig Chutney ($5.20).

My favourite bagel on display is the Garlic Butter Cheese ($5.50), a recreation of the once trending Korean Cream Cheese Garlic Bread, except in the form of a bagel here.

Read more at: B For Bagel (Tanglin Mall)

dal.komm COFFEE – Marina Square
6 Raffles Boulevard #02-278 Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

dal.komm COFFEE Revamps Marina Square Outlet With Korean-Style Pasta
You may have noticed that popular Korean café concept dal.komm COFFEE and Coffee Bar at Marina Square now spots a brand-new look, along with expanded space and menu.

What I liked is there are many sections to the space, with some parts designed like a living room concept for customers to feel more comfortable and right at home.

It now offers an expanded menu from Korean-style Pasta, Samyang Ramyun, Buldak Fried Chicken, Kimchi Cheese Pizza, Ssamjang Chicken Cruffin, to Injeolmi Toast.

Taking inspiration from Korean ingredients and cuisine, the recommended Buldak Crab Pasta ($18.90) is a newly introduced spicy pasta dish.

The pasta gets its fieriness from the buldak sauce. Made from gochugaru, Korean chilli flakes and more, Buldak sauce has a heat quotient and surprising smokiness.

Read more at: dal.komm COFFEE (Marina Square)

Ooze by Whiskdom – Orchard Central
181 Orchard Road, Orchard Central #04-22/22B, Singapore 238896
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

Chunky Gooey Cookies and Oozing Brownies At Orchard Central Café
You might have heard of Whiskdom, a home-based bakery with huge Levain-style cookies and brownies. They have now opened a cafe concept at Orchard Central.

Some detail about the cookies: the cookies at Ooze are done Levain-style, which is an offshoot of the creations from New York City’s famous Levain Bakery, where oversized cookies are churned out daily to the satisfaction of tourists and locals.

The cookies have a gooey center with soft insides.

You will find rows of Cookies ($6.50) and Brownies ($6.50) neatly lined up on trays at the front of the shop. From there, take your pick from their dazzling array of flavours.

Read more at: Ooze by Whiskdom (Orchard Central)

September Coffee
258 South Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 058807
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm (Tues – Thurs), 11am – 10pm (Fri), 10am – 10pm (Sat), 10am – 9pm (Sun), Closed Mon

Aesthetic Brunch Place With Fried Chicken French Toast And Sakura Drinks
The people behind September Coffee draw their inspiration from mature café scenes in South Korea and Thailand.

Some of the signature foods are the briny Masago Udon ($23), rich Beef Ragu ($20), delicate Crab Linguine ($20), and the indulgent Wagyu Beef Brisket ($26).

Headlining is the Fried Chicken French Toast ($18), which you can consider a spin on fried chicken and waffles, and is also sold-out early.

Cut into the French toast that has soaked up the spicy honey, with a piece of fried chicken to go with it.

There are also the pretty-looking Iced Refreshers of Sunset Breeze ($7), Sakura Peach Blossom ($7), Sakura Lychee Spritz ($7) and Yuzuri Spritz ($7). Take a couple of photos, and give the drinks a good stir.

Read more at: September Coffee (South Bridge Road)

DOPA
7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, #01-107 Singapore 081007
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (Sun – Tues, Thurs), 12pm – 10:30pm (Fri – Sat)

Gelato Cafe With Korean Aesthetics At Tanjong Pagar
DOPA is a sister café to Dopa Dopa Creamery located at South Bridge Road. You would realise the aesthetics of this new café is unlike the last, said to be inspired by Korean cafes (such as Coffee Nap Roasters) with its use of maroon-reddish Terracotta tiles.

In terms of flavours, there is more emphasis on nut-based ones here, including the popular Pistachio, Hazelnut, Ferrero, Macadamia and Maple Pecan.

There are also Coconut Pandan, Butter Crumble, Matcha, Strawberry Honey, White Peach, and other rotating flavours.

Prices are at $5 for single, $9 for double, with a dollar extra for premium flavours and cones. You can also choose to have your gelato on waffles ($6) or croissant ($4.30).

Read more at: DOPA (Tanjong Pagar)

OnlyCreamery Gelato
36 Temple Street, Singapore 058581
Opening Hours: 12pm – 11pm (Mon – Sun)

Ice Cream Cafe With Pandan Mochi Waffles
Online controversies aside, this shop is a collaboration between influencer Titus Low with Hundred Acre Creamery at Sunset Way, serving up scoops and waffles from noon till 11pm daily.

In terms of gelato flavours, you get a range from the not-so-conventional to safe choices, from Strawberry Cheesecake, Rocher, Dark Chocolate Sorbet, Honey Chrysanthemum, Peanut Butter Banana, Ocean Blue, Tiramisu, Sea Salt Butter Caramel Biscotti to Roasted Black Sesame.

A single scoop goes for $5, double scoops at $9, with premium flavour at an additional $1. Customers can opt for a rosemary cone at $1.50 extra.

Hojicha Mochi is one of the recommended flavours with pleasant roasted flavour of the Hojicha tea from Uji, velvety-smooth texture with bits of chewiness and hints of black sesame in between.

You can get your gelato on top of Belgian Waffles ($8), Lava Cake ($10) or the signature Coconut Pandan ($8).

The Coconut Waffles was lightly crispy contrasted with sticky mochi in the middle, lined with fragrant gula melaka sauce.

Read more at: OnlyCreamery (Temple Street)

Days Of Elijah Gelato
44 Owen Road, #01-313, Singapore 210044
Opening Hours: 12pm – 11pm (Tues – Thurs, Sun), 12pm – 12am (Fri – Sat)

Heritage-Style Ice Cream Cafe Near Pek Kio
Days of Elijah Gelato specialises in artisan handcrafted gelato made within the shop, and flavours are inspired by local sweet treats of the 70s and 80s that bring happy memories.

These include the Lemon Puff, Haw Ah (hawthorn flakes), Pulut Hitam and Pandan Kaya.

A single scoop goes for $4, double at $7.50 (additional $1 for premium flavours). Top it up on Belgian Waffles at extra $5.50.

This ice cream cafe is designed in such a way that it has some traits of Singapore heritage – from the Peranakan tiles to the heritage wall of posters depicting Singapore’s olden days and vanishing trades.

Read more at: Days of Elijah Gelato (Owen Road)

初早餐 True Breakfast
Capitol Singapore #01-21, 13 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178905
Opening Hours: 8am – 8pm, Last order 7pm (Mon – Sun)

Taiwan Breakfast-style Café Opens 2nd Outlet at Capitol Singapore
初早餐 True Breakfast located at Cuppage Plaza basement and previously considered a hidden find has opened a 2nd outlet at Capitol Singapore.

The menu is divided into mains, noodles, Taiwanese Omelette, Thick Toast, Soup and Snacks.

There are some new items to look out for such as Guo Shao Egg Noodles ($7.80), Pan-Fried Noodles with Black Pepper ($5.80), Song Ban Pork Rice ($14.80), Scallion Pancake with Egg ($6.80), to Chocolate Thick Toast ($4.80).

One of the highlights is the Taiwanese-style Omelette. In terms of the fillings, they incorporate usual breakfast ingredients within the egg wraps, with choices of ham, hashbrown, sausage, tuna, pork chop, to luncheon meat.

The basic Egg Omelette goes for $4.80, while the Pork Floss & Cheese Omelette is priced at $8.30.

Read more at: 初早餐 True Breakfast (Capitol Singapore)

Cafe Gui
Royal Square Novena, #02-10, 103 Irrawaddy Road, Singapore 329566
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm (Tues – Fri), 9am – 5pm (Sat – Sun), Closed Mon

Homely Japanese-Korean Cafe At Novena
This minimalist Café Gui is born out of a desire to serve aesthetic but homely Japanese-Korean comfort food to the masses.

Walking into the café, you are greeted by a pearly white counter with prominent “GUI” letterheads imprinted.

The rest of the café are decked out in white benches and low tabletops for a minimalist look.

Mains here include Japanese Canadian Premium Okonomi Hotdog ($13.90), Arabiki Sausage Rice Bowl ($14.90), Japanese Ramen ($9.90), Korean Ramen ($9.90), Grilled Salmon Fillet ($20.90), and Grilled Chicken Skewer with Yakitori Sauce ($16.90),

Something more Korean is the Dosirak Rice Bowl ($15.90). It is served in a golden lunch box, with the ingredients such as Korean-style spam, egg and kimchi lining up perfectly next to one another.

Read more at: Café Gui (Novena)

Humble Origins Coffee Roasters
475 Joo Chiat Road, #01, Singapore 427682
Opening Hours: 8:30am – 5:30pm (Mon, Wed – Sun), Closed Tues

Under-The-Radar Joo Chiat Cafe With Coffee From Shan Hills Myanmar
If you find the configuration and feel of the new coffee space vaguely familiar, that is because it took over Homeground Coffee Roasters (which has moved to Outram).

Shan Hills of Myanmar is not only known for its great culture, but also the quality coffee beans produced, nurtured by the temperate climate unique to its altitude.

Living in Myanmar for the last 10 years, co-founders Javier and Melissa worked closely with smallholder coffee producers of myriad villages and communities across the Shan Hills.

When I visited, there were four items including Roast Beef Ribeye French Butter Croissant with Arugula Salad ($29), Dashi Onsen Eggs with XO Kaya Yorkshire Pudding ($9), and Shan Origin Tofu Fries ($10).

Read more at: Humble Origins (Joo Chiat)

Miracle Coffee Singapore
Marina Bay Sands, 6 Bayfront Ave, ArtScience Museum Rain Oculus, Singapore 018974
Opening Hours: 10am – 6:30pm (Mon – Sun)
till 29 Dec 2022

JJ Lin’s Coffee Joint Opens At Marina Bay Sands ArtScience Museum
Local singer, songwriter JJ Lin 林俊杰’s Miracle Coffee has finally arrived in Singapore.

The venue is at Marina Bay Sands Singapore’s ArtScience Museum. This will be a 90-day pop-up concept that is held at the museum’s outdoor Rain Oculus till 29 December 2022.

For the Singapore pop-up, there is an exclusive drink called the Kaya Cloud ($9) which is topped with a fresh cream cap flavoured with kaya and shaved gula Melaka.

The other regular drinks include Latte ($6.50), Cappuccino ($6.50), Oat Milk Latte ($7.50), Bonsoy Latte ($7.50) and Mocha Latte ($7).

If you are lucky, “Miracles” can happen and you may chance upon JJ Lin live at Marina Bay Sands.

Read more at: Miracle Coffee Singapore (Marina Bay Sands)

The Nursery Cafe & Bar
ARK @ Gambas #01-16, 7 Gambas Crescent, Singapore 757087
Opening Hours: 2pm – 10pm (Mon, Wed – Fri, Sun), 12pm – 12am (Sat), Closed Tues

Hidden Gorgeous Garden-Themed Cafe In Sembawang
Hidden within a leasehold commercial property of Ark @ Gambas, The Nursery Café & Bar is one of the prettiest new garden-themed cafes out there.

The cafe is opened by The Nursery Singapore team at King George’s Building (Jalan Besar); and this two-in-one space houses a nursery retail section next door.

Included are items such as Classic Bacon & Egg Waffles ($12.90), Very Berry Waffles with Gelato ($13.90), Four Cheese Pizza ($12.90), Truffle Mozzarella Pizza ($12.90), Margarita with Rocket Pizza ($12.90) and selection of bar bites.

Read more at: The Nursery Café & Bar (Sembawang)

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

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