From sweet and savoury treats, to aesthetically pleasing interiors, each café has its own unique quirk that makes it stand out from the rest.
But new cafés tend to pop up every month, and it soon gets hard to decide which ones to go for. So here, we’ve identified 7 cafés on Eatigo you have to try!
Camaca was born out of altruistic love from a mother’s perseverance to ensure quality nourishment for her children. With aromatic coffee and a relaxing environment, it’s the perfect place to escape the world with sweet treats for yourself. Located at King Albert Park, Camaca’s offerings include premium gelato, pound cakes and nutty caramel tarts – all of which are sure to lift moods and perk one up.
Group Therapy began as a collective events space housed within a restored shophouse along Duxton Road. Today, they are several well-established locations, with plenty of classic café food for guests. Items to try here are the parma ham English muffin, beef cheese burger and lasagna. The folks here believe that the best form of nourishment is through inter-personal relationships, where their well-outfitted settings can be the catalyst for such encounters.
Milligram is part of the Cherry Beans Coffee family, which is the leading specialty coffeehouse chain in Australia. Here in Singapore, they can be found at Marina One. Offering their own 100% Arabica blend, the café serves organic food, with a dedicated section for the health conscious. Top items to try here are the spicy gnocchi, spaghetti boscaiola and radicchio salad.
Whiskit’s origins started five years ago when its founder enrolled in a pineapple tart baking course. That kickstarted his strong passion in baking till today, where he now has a certification from Le Cordon Bleu. A bakery and café along Upper Cross Street in Chinatown, Whiskit offers delights like salted caramel tarts, hazelnut speculoos tart and good ol’ classic waffles.
50% slots: 11:00 | 19:00
Lazy Sundays are best with brunches and that’s what Breko offers exactly here. Located along Lorong Mambong in the chill neighbourhood of Holland Village, the cafe has a collection of western dishes that are both heartwarming and delicious. Options here include the miso baked salmon, beef & meatball mac & cheese, and chilli crab pasta. Enjoy them all with a good ol’ cuppa or tea to complement your food.
weekdays: 15:00 | 17:00
weekends: 16:30 | 17:00
Citrus By The Pool is a Halal-certified cafe restaurant, nestled in Woodlands Swimming Complex, that serves Western and Asian Fusion cuisine with a local twist. Seeing a lack of chill-out places in the North, the owner decided to bring the cafe experience to the residential estates, offering accessibility, relaxing ambience and good food. Be sure to try their signature Tom Yum Seafood Pasta, BIG Bos, Shiok Burger, Grilled Free-Range Chicken, Mighty Milkshakes and Molten Chocolate Lava Cake.
weekdays: 16:00 | 16:30 | 20:30 | 21:00 | 21:30
weekends: 9:30 | 10:00 | 10:30 | 11:00 | 11:30 | 16:00 | 16:30
Drawing from the heritage charm of the National Museum locale, Food For Thought features all the fan-favourite dishes. These include fusion dishes like soft shell chilli crab linguine, classic beef burger and ribeye steak and sambal potatoes. They also have a separate outlet, Food for Tots, that is a self-service kids café that also offers learning program. Located at the Botanic Gardens, you’ll find cold soba bowls, salmon & avocado toast and fun sheep-shaped pancakes.
50% slots: 10:00 | 17:30
Here’s to greater savings when you check out different cafes and their offerings with friends! From now till 30 August 2019, get instant additional $5 off with your Standard Chartered card! Find out how you can do so here.