Café Q Classified is known to be that pretty-in-pink floral café at Takashimaya, Ngee Ann City.

They have opened a brand-new outlet at VivoCity, this time purple-flower themed.

(Also read: Floral Themed Cafes In Singapore That Are Insta-Worthy.)

A friend calls this the tai tai meet-up place to take loads of photos with flowers and have floral tea.

Café Q Classified is opened by the same team behind Greyhound Cafe Singapore, Black Society, Masa by Black Society, BreadStory and Central 中環.

The violet, lavender and lilac flowers, hanging plants, and Parisian-style backdrop makes this a café for taking many #OOTD shots.

The cushioned couches are pretty comfy in shades of purple.

Pretty-for-pictures space, but how about the food?

The menu is divided into Morning Breakfast, All Day Breakfast, Soup, Salad, Sides, Burgers, Sandwiches, Thin-Crust Pizza, Vegan, Mains, Pancakes, Croffle and Desserts.

As for drinks, there is quite a variety with some of the stand-outs being Matcha Dalgona ($8.50), Jollypoing Latte ($11), Mango Matcha Latte (!1), Coffee Banana ($11), to Passion Honey Lime Cooler ($8.50).

Very extensive, but on the pricier side especially for the drinks.

You would find Asian influences in many of the dishes, such as Koh Bah Bheng ($26) which is braised pork belly on rice, Osaka Oden with Rice ($16), Crayfish Laksa Pasta ($28), Grilled Unagi Pasta ($22), Satay Club Pizza ($24), and Signature Bulgogiwich ($24).

With rolls and sandos being the trending food right now, I was curious about their sandwich offerings which included Pork Cutlet Toastwich ($18), Avocado Stackwich ($14), Amazing Crab ($24), and Famous Caviar Lobster Roll ($28).

I had the Chilli Crabby ($24) which was in reality prawns in chilli crab sauce, and unfortunately haphazardly presented.

The photos of the menu gave an impression that the fillings would be served on a split-top New England-style hot dog bun (or similar), but this came in two discrete pieces of breads.

For its price, there would be a more substantial portion and the chilli crab sauce could have more punch, volume and a thicker texture.

Dutch Baby Pancakes are their signature item featuring both sweet and savoury options, with offerings of Garden Pancake ($16), Sawadi Dutch ($16), Very Berry ($16).

Prepared a la minute upon request in a hot skillet, the Thai-dessert-inspired Sawadi Dutch ($15) had a thin and crispy edge with an eggy flavour.

Topped with baby coconut flesh that is soft and sweet, the red ruby added a crunch in contrast to the pancakes.

Specialty coffee can also be found on the menu and you can also spot the once-viral Korean Dalgona Coffee ($8.50).

It is what is it, a photo-worthy floral-themed cafe.

café Q classified – Vivocity
VivoCity #B1-02, 1 HarbourFront Walk, Singapore 098585
Opening Hours: 9am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

café Q classified – Orchard
Takashimaya S.C., Ngee Ann City, 391 Orchard Road #03-15, Singapore 238872
Opening Hours: 9:30am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

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* Written by Daniel Ang @DanielFoodDiary Nicholas Tan @stormscape who loves all things [NEW]. DFD paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.


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