Paris Baguette, a company that provides a unique experience to customers by introducing a new trend-setting bakery and café. Their 8th outlet is now open at Hong Leong Building.
For 70 years, they have been refining their philosophy and techniques in the kitchen thanks to their parent company, SPC Group. Their journey thus far has been a rewarding endeavor as they innovate fresh concepts and offer a brand new, unique experience for you and with you.
Ta-da! The Bistro is a 80-seater bistro which serves Asian fusion food, brunch and local delights.
The bistro is decorated with drawings on the wall by its staff members.
Why they’re called ta-da? Well, it’s that simple. Remember when we were young and our parents or grandparents used to surprise us with gifts and the word ‘ta-da’ came out from their mouth? That’s right. That is how they got the idea from.
Sprawled across the lobby of The Great Madras Hotel, The Great Mischief lends a playful Catalonian twist to the vintage setting of the hotel and rich heritage of Little India.
This fifth installation from The Black Hole Group is inspired from the gastronomical culture of Catalonia - with much emphasis on sharing good foood and time with family and companions. The Great Mischief offers their own rendition of Catalan delicacies, an open concept and good vibes - the rest of the story is for you to pen down.
Sugarhaus has opened its second outlet within retail landmark of the East, Tampines 1. This is a unique tie up with United Overseas Bank (UOB), where the dessert parlour will operate from the Bank’s adjoining retail space. Apart from a streamlined menu of its signature brunch options, there is also a selection of locally-inspired homemade ice cream.
Known as “Bing Qi Lin” before it rebranded to become Sugarhaus in October 2016, the year-old brand’s flagship outlet is located within Serene Centre at Bukit Timah. Since then, it has cemented itself as a go-to spot for hearty brunches and desserts for those residing in the West.
Its new 26-seater outlet shares the same brunch menu as its first, albeit a more streamlined one. Diners can power through the day with the Sourdough Toast, accompanied with a choice of four variations: Truffled 63 Degree Eggs; Smoked Salmon, Dill, Cream Cheese and Capers; and Whole Sliced Avocado, Honey & Homemade Dukkah. Another option is the Melted Cheese Toastie with gruyere, cheddar, mozzarella, and served with tomato soup. Yet another choice is the Vietnamese Beef Stew – beef brisket braised in traditional Vietnamese spices, and served with sourdough.
Moving on to the sweets, Sugarhaus’ most popular item, the Rich Man’s Chocolate Cake, takes centre stage as the only plated dessert available here. The selection of ice creams, however, remains as the main draw. The ice creams, made from scratch in-house, come in a variety of flavours created by its owner, Stanley. The premium flavours stand out for the fact that they are richer and creamier than most commercial ice creams. While fans will be happy to find familiar flavours such as the Dutch Chocolate, Earl Grey Lavender and Thai Milk Tea, what sets the second outlet apart from the first, is the focus on locally-inspired flavours. These include Taro, Coconut Kaya, and Durian. Additionally, the second outlet exclusively offers flavours such as Hojicha, Apple Pie, White Chocolate Raspberry and Black Forest.
For a truly indulgent sweet treat, diners can pair their ice creams with Sugarhaus’ crispy and fluffy Waffles.
To complete their meal, they can also order a selection of coffees, teas, bottled drinks and juices.
Hoshino Coffee, is renowned for its retro Japanese-Western café offering of hand-drip coffee and fluffy pancakes. They've just opened their 7th outlet here at OneKM Mall in Tanjong Katong.
Housed on the second floor of OneKM Mall, residents and executives in the eastern part of Singapore can now experience Hoshino’s signature retro European atmosphere interlaced with Japanese elements.
Hoshino Coffee, which was established in 2011, has more than two hundred outlets in Japan. Singapore is its first overseas foray, with seven outlets now and remains a key market to serve as a springboard into other South East Asian countries.
Since opening its first outlet in Singapore in 2012 in Plaza Singapura, Hoshino has been gaining popularity with the local clientele who visit the various outlets for the carefully prepared hand-dripped coffee, the Fuwa Fuwa Souffle, Omu Rice and fluffy Pancakes. As Hoshino places customer experience as priority, feedback suggests that it is timely for it to expand its presence out from central Singapore to the heartlands.
In this connection, OneKM Mall in Tanjong Katong, has been selected after careful consideration, as the first Hoshino Coffee outlet to be set up in the eastern part of Singapore. Serving both the residential as well as office base, OneKM is near Paya Lebar MRT and targets aspirational urbanites and families living in East Coast as well as the students and working executives in the area.
Customers in the east can conveniently drop in to enjoy Hoshino’s old world charm in a nostalgic setting replete with dark wood, leather seats and servers dressed as butlers.
Tarte By Cheryl Koh has relocated to level 2 of Shaw Centre. It used to be just a takeaway tart shop and it is now a new patisserie with a dining area. Enjoy the sweet creations by Asia’s Best Pastry Chef in 2016.
At the new 1,100 sq ft space, you will uncover a cosy 30-seater dining area and an expanded menu featuring a curated selection of beverages, as well as tantalising sweet and savoury treats.
One of life’s greatest gastronomic indulgences can be found at Tarte by Cheryl Koh, a spin-off by the Les Amis Group with Les Amis restaurant’s pastry chef Cheryl Koh, which opened in April 2015. In a span of a year, Chef Cheryl was awarded ‘Asia’s Best Pastry Chef’ in the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants awards in 2016.
Their Fala-Falafel Burger is made up of all things delicious. Think 180g of chickpeas, tzatziki, kale, tomato compote in one burger with sweet potato fries on the side. Taste the goodness of the Middle Eastern flavours in one bite that will keep you going back for more.
Common Man Stan, a newly opened outlet by Common Man Coffee Roasters in the Singapore CBD is a maturing of their ideas around what a café can offer, how they represent coffee as a unique product in itself and who they would like to engage with as they progress in their mission to be a Champion for Specialty Coffee in this region.
They want what they do to celebrate the relationships formed throughout the journey between bean and cup – from the farmers and millers to baristas and drinkers.
You can expect some of your favourites from their 22 Martin Road outlet's menu plus some new dishes that they have created especially for the outlet, reflecting the vibe of the new neighbourhood. Where possible, they have incorporated local produce into their dishes, proudly working with Citizen Farm, Kuhlburra Fish, Tiong Bahru Bakery and Nurti-nest Honey to name a few.
This is all set amidst a sleek backdrop of the cafe, which combines natural textures of wood and rattan, marble and raw cement brought together with a touch of gold. They hope this reflects both CMCR's history and also their goals for the future.
Lumine is now open at Clarke Quay's The Central with an exciting new mall-in-mall shopping experience! Have your pick of Japan — and eat it too.
Lumine introduces a guiding philosophy, I Am Who I AM, which is derived from its aim to inspire the sense of taste and value via variability in fashion from Japan for Singaporean women.
I Am Who I AM promotes self-confidence and encourages women to be as beautiful inside as they are on the outside, through one’s personal journey of growth.
As part of the launch in Singapore, the brand presents popular individuals from Singapore and Japan who strive on being different and are not afraid to express themselves.
With fine-quality products edited and curated by Lumine, visitors to the mall can expect a mall-in-mall experience. Both established and younger brands will be available, as well as an in-house café that is the first of its kind.
The first cafe was launched two years back at Marina Bay Sands by the JT Network, which also runs a chain of official DC Comics Super Hero retail stores in Asia.
Next to cafe is a retail store which offers the latest DC Comics collectibles, souvenirs and apparel.
DC Comics Super Heroes Cafe offers a cheerful menu with a range of delectable dishes.
As the cafe’s menu launches us into a DC Comics Super Heroes themed adventure, its dynamic interior and upbeat ambience makes DC Comics Super Heroes Cafe the perfect venue for get-togethers amongst family and friends at Ngee Ann City. Regardless of age, you can be sure of the adventure that awaits you at DC Comics Super Heroes Cafe.
Bao Makers at Horne Road has relocated to 4 Jiak Chuan Road.
Sharing the same space with Butler's Steakhouse, Bao Makers is a concept store serving buns created tastefully with flavours using fresh ingredients daily. They serve other comfort food too other than just Baos (Chinese Steamed Buns).
Carrotsticks and Cravings is a cafe, cooking school and food blog run by Terri-Anne, an Aussie expat mum living in Singapore. Her food philosophy is all about balance - deliciously nutritious food made with love.
They are hot on health - They don't just make healthy food look pretty but serve up deliciously nutritious food made with love!
Make your way down to Carrotsticks & Cravings cafe and fill your tummies with their deliciously nutritious and highly popular Smashed Avo Toast and many more. Check out their menu here.
Complete your fun day out at River Safari with a freshly brewed cuppa from Starbucks, located right by the popular attraction's entrance.
The giant cafe chain which has many outlets islandwide on this sunny island is a premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
This festive season, savor sips of Christmas in a cup with their new Christmas Tree Dark Mocha. Rich dark mocha sauce mingles with their signature espresso and velvety smooth melt before being topped by fluffy green-tea infused whipped cream. The gorgeous drink is then finished with sprinkles of red and green candy crystals. Embrace the holidays with other beverages like Vanilla Nougat Latte, Toffee Nut Crunch Latte and Peppermint Mocha.
The 5,000 sqft store is also home to Swee Lee Social Club; an in-store casual cafe for patrons to rest and hang ten, a hangout space for music lovers to exchange over cuppas and sweets.
The bigger store space at Star Vista is also the expansion of Swee Lee Music Academy and it is now fitted with five teaching rooms for you to learn music and jam away.
Swee Lee Star Vista Lifestyle Store also offers repair services and a special VIP treatment (by appointment only), for those who’d like to have consultations with the pros on the range of limited edition guitars.
PS.Cafe opened in 1999 as a cosy cafe hidden within Projectshop clothing store. This charming and understated spot quickly gained a following for its hearty takes on savoury cafe classics, famous truffle shoestring fries and indulgent cakes, puddings and tarts. Thoughtfully detailed interiors, lush surroundings, friendly relaxed service and generous portions have made this homegrown Singapore brand an internationally recognized local favourite. PS.Cafe is the place for legendary brunches and lazy afternoon teas, romantic dates and friendly celebrations in beautiful surroundings.
Joe & Dough was founded in 2009 with the dream to make good coffee and sandwiches accessible to everyone. They don't do a whole lot, but what they do, they do it right with a great deal of care, sincerity and pride. Their latest outlet is now open at DUO Galleria.
Joe & Dough likes to turn the daily routine of coffee and sandwiches into a bespoke treat. From sourcing the best Arabica beans that they grind on demand to insisting on baking their own breads and choosing only the finest ingredients, they serve coffee and food that they are genuinely proud of. Ultimately, they believe that there is no secret ingredient for great taste, just good, honest food and coffee made by people who care.
Minimalist cafe with floor-to-ceiling glass panels all around its premise, The Glasshouse at Chijmes looks just like its namesake.
The Glasshouse uses a rotation of various roasters. The current Filter Coffee uses the Ethiopia Ardi Sidama beans. The espresso-based one is a blend of Ethiopian and Brazilian beans. Both by Common Man Coffee.
Their food menu is seasonal and will be launched very soon with a variety of open-faced artisanal Sourdough toast offerings.
Spanning 5,000 sq ft, the 160-seater PS.Cafe at One Fullerton is their ninth and largest outlet, also offering picturesque views from it's waterfront location.
You can indulge in new dishes exclusive to the new One Fullerton outlet and you can also expect the cafe's usual crowd favourites.
PS.Cafe first opened in 1999 as a cosy cafe hidden within Projectshop clothing store. That charming and understated spot quickly gained a following for its hearty takes on savoury cafe classics, famous truffle shoestring fries and indulgent cakes, puddings and tarts. Thoughtfully detailed interiors, lush surroundings, friendly relaxed service and generous portions have made this homegrown Singapore brand an internationally recognized local favourite. PS.Cafe is the place for legendary brunches and lazy afternoon teas, romantic dates and friendly celebrations in beautiful surroundings.
The "Korean Fever" ain't going away anytime soon. Made famous by being the shoot location for a couple of Korean drama series, Korean coffee chain Coffeesmith is now at Orchard Gateway. With its operating hours from 9am to 3am for Sunday to Thursday and 24hr for Friday & Saturday; no doubt this place will make a good late night hangout.
Its name "Coffeesmith" is derived from the English suffix "smith", which means that someone is a skillful craftsman of one's product.
Coffeesmith's finest Arabica beans are blended or you can also say "crafted" carefully for the true coffee lover in you.
Lady M® Confections, the landmark New York cake boutique has brought their distinct style and world-famous Mille Crêpes to Scotts Square.
The new 56-seat boutique at Scotts Square is Lady M's 4th boutique in Singapore, joining existing outlets at Orchard Central, South Beach Avenue and Westgate.
Along with the opneing of Lady M Scotts Square is the debut of the Rose Mille Crêpes. Featuring the delicate flavours of rose and creme layered between paper-thin handmade crêpes, garnished with rose jelly and edible rose petals. the Rose Mille Crêpes is the perfect pairing with an artisanal tea.
Lady M® Confections is the pioneer of the well-loved Mille Crêpe cake. Its signature cake Lady M® Mille Crêpes, features no less than twenty paper-thin handmade crêpes layered with ethereal light pastry cream, gently caramelized on top until golden. Each handcrafted Mille Crêpes cake is made using only the finest ingredients to a secret recipe that has been perfected over the past 12 years. Visit their 3rd outlet located at South Beach Avenue to try a slice of the exclusive Earl Grey version.
Combining French pastry techniques with Japanese etiquette of precision, Lady M® Confections prides itself on creating the freshest and finest cakes and confectionary delights. Since opening its first 600sq ft cake boutique in New York’s Upper East Side in 2001, Lady M® has assembled a phenomenal little black book of fans state-side, from the likes of domestic goddess Martha Stewart, to Supermodel, Linda Evangelista and Japanese fashion designer, Issey Miyake.
The Autobus in cycling terminology is the name given to the group of cyclists in a road cycling race that forms a large group behind the leading peloton. It is also the name of a bespoke cycling cafe at Downtown Gallery.
The Autobus is the first of its kind in South East Asia.
It runs on a very strong ethos of serving the community with its coffee from 7am in the morning up till late at night. Focused also on serving food that are real, whole and natural. If you can pick it, pluck it, milk it, shoot it, you can eat it!
Designed with the intention of sharing good food in all its forms, The Providore Downtown aims to create an environment for people to enjoy and learn about wholesome and quality products in an inspiring space.
Operating as a cafe, deli, bakery, grocer, takeaway station, cooking studio and wine room all-under-one-roof, The Providore Downtown is a multi-concept store you should not miss.
Oh, we should mention that they have the largest walk-in cheese room in Singapore.
Patisserie G has opened their 2nd branch at the new urban lifestyle mall, Downtown Gallery.
Coffee lovers will be thrilled to know that they have the POURSTEADY, a coffee pour-over machine which creates precision pours. Experience a cup of coffee with great balance of body and flavour with Patisserie G.
The first Patisserie G was opened in November 2012 by Gwen Lim. Her passion and appetite for quality desserts are inspired from many places and by many chefs, and her dream is to be able to share what she loves to eat with others.
Try Bombe Cherise, a Dark Chocolate Sponge & Mousse with Kirsch-soaked Cherries or The Tropical, a homage to the forever summer weather here in Singapore. It is a gateaux of a Buttery Crumble base, Coconut Sponge, Banana Marmalade, Mango Passion Mousse and Malibu Chantilly Cream.
Greater Lot by Cedele is a collective foods store featuring a bakery, retail store and dining to support your eating choices. They’re committed to serving natural and wholesome foods, with a superfoods menu, a variety of bakes with unrefined sugar and selecting natural beverages without additives to fuel you with the freshest they can get their hands on.
Experience the food they make from scratch where they consciously integrated health, flavours and variety as they craft modern comfort dishes for everyday dining.
Following JR Vending's well-received Chef-In-Box VendCafe pilot project (jointly facilitated by Spring Singapore and the Housing Board) at Anchovale Drive, you can now find their new branch at Ang Mo Kio MRT station.
VendCafe's concept is about a cluster of vending machines which dispense hot meals around the clock.
A 3rd VendCafe will follow very soon this month and it is located at Lakeside MRT station. Both the Ang Mo Kio and Lakeside VendCafes will open from 7am to 11pm daily.
Ang Mo Kio MRT station's VendCafe has over 90 food and beverage options for any hungry or curious people. The ready-to-be-dispensed meals are cooked and packaged daily at a central kitchen, and will be replenished twice a day by an on-site staff member.
Ever tried banana with coffee? Asia’s first affogato bar, The Affogato Bar will offer you that combination with their 'Banana Ramble'. It comes with fresh bananas and banana cake paired with aromatic double-espresso shots from Dimattima (a household name in Melbourne’s coffee scene).
What exactly is affogato? It is commonly explained as an Italian dessert consisting of ice cream topped with shot/shots of espresso coffee. This cosy cafe tucked within Bukit Timah’s quiet Cluny Court offers five different Affogatos.
Enjoy their hand-rolled bagel sandwiches too. Their newest addition is the Toasted Black & White Sesame Bagel with New Zealand Smoked King Salmon.
GODIVA Lifestyle Cafe is now available at ION Orchard! Visit them and enjoy your favourite Soft Serves, Chocolixirs, Belgium Waffle with Soft Serve, Chocolate Fondue Set and other GODIVA beverages.
This 140 sqm café is GODIVA’s first lifestyle café in Southeast Asia.
Godiva was founded in 1926 in Brussels, Belgium, by Joseph Draps who opened his first boutique in the Grand Place in Brussels under its present name, in honour of the legend of Lady Godiva.
GODIVA Chocolates are made from fine chocolate and high quality ingredients. The bittersweet and milk chocolate are made primarily from fine, high-flavor cocoa beans, processed to a velvety smoothness.
In the formulation of their fillings, they use large quantities of Grade A dairy butter and heavy cream-both are ingredients rarely used in quantity by American candy manufacturers.
And in keeping with their heritage, many of their chocolates contain hazelnut praline, a favorite European nut product. This delicious filling is made from finely ground hazelnuts, sugar and chocolate.
Hipster Japanese coffee joint, Omotesando Koffee which draws crowds in Hong Kong and Tokyo is coming soon to Singapore at the new Downtown Gallery by Shenton Way.
It actually started off as a Tokyo pop-up in the luxurious Omotesando residential distract.
The cafe is famous for its minimalist style, as well as their signature custard cake which come in bite-sized cubes.
The coffee beans to be used here in Singapore will be roasted in Kyoto by Ogawa Coffee Roasters, just like the outlet in Japan. And their Singapore outlet's baristas will be trained by the baristas from Omotesando Japan and Hong Kong for three to six months.
Nesuto, which means “Nest” in Japanese is a new patisserie on Tras Street, offering you edible happiness which money can buy. Brought to you by the folks behind SHUU by KOKI Tamagoyaki – a food kiosk located at the basement of Raffles City which serves excellent choux puffs.
Nesuto's menu offers a selection of Japanese-French inspired desserts. Select from sweet treats like Suzette, Blush Berry, Yuzu Raspberry Cake, Noisette Rocher Entremet, Le Goma (black sesame!) and more.
A Croissandwich is a cross between a sandwich and a croissant. Enjoy yours at The Croissandwich Shop, a new cafe at One-North and it is the perfect place to enjoy a delectable range of Croissandwiches, fresh bakes and artisanal coffee.
Try their Cheese Baked Portobello Mushroom & Guacamole Croissandwich or indulge in their Vietnamese-inspired Roasted Chicken with Pho Mayo Croissandwich which are palate and tummy pleasers.
The Croissandwich Shop also serves coffee made from Liberty Coffee Speakeasy blend.
Specialising in different types of coffees from all round the world and an option to have it brewed by different types of method like V-60 and French Press; Craftsmen Specialty Coffee is now also available at The Central.
Let the baristas bring you to a journey of coffee and educate you about the different origins and also taste profile between farms. Craftsmen Specialty Coffee also work with local artisan bakers to offer comfort food that compliments their amazing coffee.
Suntec City is now home to ERGON Greek Deli + Cafe. Enjoy a handpicked selection of premium quality Greek products, artisanal coffees and wide variety of food.
At ERGON, they source products and create packaging to meet present-day requirements and standards, while preserving the values of the past. With a contemporary sensibility and usability, but traditionally high-quality.
Currently, ERGON products are available at 300 outlets in Greece; they also have a limited presence across Europe (in France, the UK, Belgium, Luxemburg, Germany, Cyprus, Serbia, Poland).
The revamped Starbucks outlet at United Square is their only outlet in Singapore offering draught nitro cold brew.
Oh, and it operates 24-hours by the way.
At this outlet, they operate a variety of brewing methods including the Siphon and Chemex methods.
The Black Eagle espresso machine, makes its debut in a Starbucks store in Singapore.
Isn't it great that we can treat ourselves to a velvety smooth Nitro Cold Brew, discover coffees from around the world or sip on a bold cuppa from their Black Eagle espresso machine at anytime around the clock.
Starbucks has introduced new tasty items too; Seafood Chowder Pie, Apple, Cheddar & Parmesan Muffin Cinnamon Swirl, Maple Walnut Monster Cookie, Brownie Chunk Chocolate Monster Cookie, Vanilla Custard Brioche, Pulled Chicken & Gruyere Cheese Sandwich, Black Pepper Beef & Smoked Cheddar Broccoli Baguette and more.
Housed in Malcolm Bistro, 20grams Specialty Coffee & Roastery is a transparent operation of sourcing, roasting and brewing specialty coffee alongside a kitchen serving an unabashedly gastronomically diverse fare at its finest.
At 20grams, they love making coffee, and because they love their coffee so much, they are particular about the way it is produced, prepared and presented.
One signature on their menu is the Maine Lobster Roll, stuffed with a good helping of lobster meat all within a toasted bun.
Thrive Kitchen was founded on the premise of bringing healthy, wholesome and tasty food to the community. It is tucked away in a new mall under a petite block of apartments called NeWest Condominium by West Coast Drive.
Thrive Kitchen believe that unprocessed whole foods can be made flavourful through creative cooking methods and alternative unrefined ingredients (such as coconut sugar, pure maple syrup, pure honey and dates).
They choose whole grains with higher fibre in their rice, noodle and bread dishes. They also bake with nutritious spelt, coconut and almond flours and make their own sauces in the house.
Thrive Kitchen's coffee concept comprises specialty coffee with freshly roasted beans, and they work with innovative brewing methods to create a variety of aromatic drinks.
At Henri Charpentier, they carry the same traditions and spirit from their founding in 1969.
Their flagship store is now at Tanjong Pagar Center.
Inspired by a famous 19th century French chef Henri Charpentier and his signature “Crêpe Suzette”, founder, Naoki Arita opened his first humble café in Ashiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan in 1969.
His baking philosophy: to create sweets that bring joy with a touch of surprise. Henri Charpentier prides itself on serving indulgent, creative and authentic pastries and desserts made of the finest quality, such as the use of original cultured butter that is painstakingly developed from raw milk originating exclusively from the Konsen area of Hokkaido.
Henri Charpentier ultimately carved a name for itself as the best French patisserie brand in Japan.
What can you do with a 4,000sqft restaurant space? Put 250 seats into it and attempt to be one of the largest seating restaurants in Singapore or turn it into a lifestyle restaurant with books, grocery, music and a little space to breathe. Real Food chose the latter.
Previously located at Killiney Road, they have recently shifted to Orchard Central.
The people at Real Food spend an incredible amount of time plus effort in preparing and sourcing for good quality and ‘ethical’ food to put on their menu.
The food items may just be names to you but there are remarkable stories behind every single one of them – like the amazing but often victimised farmers and raw food producers, their struggles of believing in the food industry differently and standing by it, the meticulous process of creating real food, the emotional attachments to them, their critics, and the good people that put them together.
Their cafes' selection are free from processed ingredients (food grade or otherwise), artificial preservatives and Trans-fat. Last but not least, they are meat free.
Cafe Football at Woodleigh Park is a unique restaurant for people who love food and football. It is part of the football-themed hospitality franchises that property firm Rowsley acquired from Manchester United legends Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs in year 2015.
It was all inspired by good, honest food which brings people together, whether in the stands or at home. Cafe Football took this idea of wholesome food and turned it a unique restaurant that feeds a love for food and football.
At Cafe Football Singapore, they want to capture the essence of football in their restaurant and their menu. Football fans and foodies alike can appreciate their diverse, well-rounded menu with some subtle nods to the beautiful game.
Baker’s Brew's first ever cafe and studio concept is now at Paragon. Enjoy their delectable bakes, from cakes to tarts, while sipping speciality coffee from their coffee partner, Papa Palheta. Of course, they will also have a homely studio there, where their fun loving instructors will be spreading their passion for baking through their classes!
Baker's Brew Studio is a sanctuary for the baking enthusiasts in Singapore. They offer a contemporary and novel experience. They aspire to provide an ambience that amplifies your baking experience. Beyond a studio or school, they are your second home for baking.
Baker’s Brew Studio offers engaging and interactive hands-on baking classes whereby participants get to experience the whole baking journey. Their baking classes ranges from novice level, suitable for baking enthusiasts with little or no baking experience, to advanced level which are suitable for enthusiasts who want to enhance their techniques.
Your celebrations will never be the same with their specially customised cakes. They can cater for cakes of varying sizes and designs, tailor made to suit your needs, for any occasion.
Kith is where you can find good coffee and delicious, fuss-free dishes. Kith is for those who enjoy the unbeatable combination of good coffee, food and company anywhere in the world. Their new branch is now at Winsland House II by Penang Road.
Their food menu consists of original recipes conceptualised by their own chefs; drawing upon their years of experience to come up with a selection of dishes that make use of the freshest ingredients for simple, hearty and wholly satisfying fare. With an in-house pastry kitchen and pizza bar, customers can look forward to a constantly-rotating menu of breads and pastries, along with daily crafted sandwich specials and pastas.
Enjoy the goodnesses of Bird's Nest by Nesture Cafe at Valley Point minus the painstaking preparation work. Brilliant is the word.
Nesture Cafe welcomes you to enjoy a bowl of freshly prepared bird’s nest dessert, Bird's Nest macarons, waffles and so much more in a lovely, relaxing space.
Nesture 100% Bird’s Nest is sourced from the abundant island of Sumatra, Indonesia. Harvested from their own house nests, with the ideal environment, their bird’s nests have fewer impurities and feathers, and the texture is thus smoother and softer.
Their raw bird’s nests are carefully selected by their team of bird’s nest harvesters who have over a decade of experience in fine picking quality bird’s nest. Once they've ticked off a stringent checklist, they begin to clean them by using only filtered water. Absolutely no chemical washing or bleaching. The bird’s nests are then carefully packed before making their way to Singapore where they cast another round of watchful quality checks.
The natural goodness of Nesture Bird’s Nest can be enjoyed in a variety of ways: Ready To Enjoy, Dried and Freshly Brewed Desserts. Each product's packaging is exquisitely designed as a treat for yourself or a thoughtful gift for a friend or loved one.
Bird’s nest has long been revered by people of all ages and genders for its prized nutritional benefits. Beyond being a powerful antioxidant and immunity booster, it is much loved for its anti-aging qualities. It is deemed to rejuvenate the skin and maintain a youthful complexion when consumed regularly and over time. For pregnant women, bird’s nest can alleviate physical discomfort and improve foetal immune functions; while new mothers can take comfort in a speedier recovery after birth.
UK Sandwich Cafe Chain, Pret A Manger is coming to Singapore in Q2 of 2017. Their first Singapore outlet will be at Changi Airport Terminal 3.
Pret first opened in London in 1986. College friends, Sinclair and Julian, made proper sandwiches avoiding the obscure chemicals, additives and preservatives common to so much of the 'prepared' and 'fast' food on the market. The two of them had woefully little experience in the world of business. They created the sort of food they craved but couldn't find anywhere else.
Pret operates a bit like a restaurant. They build a kitchen in (or very near) every shop. You won’t find ‘sell by’ dates on their fresh sandwiches and salads. They offer our unsold food to charity at the end of each day rather than keep it over.
They avoid the obscure chemicals, additives and preservatives common to so much ‘prepared’ and ‘fast’ food. Their ingredients are delivered early every day. They don’t mind that fresh and fragile ingredients go off quickly – they start from scratch each morning.
Mellower Coffee is a coffee house from Shanghai specialized in specialty coffee from various places around the world. Its two-storey global flagship store in Singapore is now at Bugis.
They carry coffee beans from many regions of the world and they strive to give their customers the best coffee experience, be it in taste or presentation. You can chat up their friendly baristas to see what type of single origin coffee is being offered for the week.
Their house blend coffee is specially flown in from Shanghai and hand crafted by their baristas to give you a new perspective on coffee
By the same guys behind Fatcat Ice-cream Bar in Bedok; STRAY is a brand new concept restaurant serving progressive Chinese cuisine at Orchard Central.
"Progressive" in the sense that STRAY always want to be coming up with new takes on Chinese classics. Combining avant-garde cooking techniques with traditional Chinese flavors, they aim to serve stunning and unique dishes. They want everyone to experience just how far the boundaries of Chinese cuisine can be pushed and redefined as they stray away from tradition.
STRAY also serves a variety of entremets made in house by their very own pastry chefs. Expect interesting flavour combinations such as mandarin+chrysanthemum, lychee+raspberry, and lemon+ginger.
Shop Wonderland is an uber cool concept joint comprising of a cafe and floral studio. They have recently shifted from Haji Lane to Telok Ayer.
The people behind Shop Wonderland is Wonderland for Detailed Planners which was founded in year 2010 and has grown from strength to strength - from being the sole Tiffany chair provider with the largest volume and variety of colours in Singapore, to introducing the concept of aesthetic styling at weddings and events, and now operating Shop Wonderland which is their flagship store.
Today, the sole focus is to continually drive the vision for good aesthetics through Shop Wonderland, which has become a one-of-kind destination for those seeking a floral and botanical-inspired space.
Drawing inspiration from the worlds of international florists and event stylists, they strive to create a beautiful environment where their customers can spend their day in a space that fuels their passion for florals and aesthetics.
Dutch Colony Coffee Co. has a new outlet at UE Square. They are inspired to bring a great selection of quality coffee beans from different parts of the world where each of their customers can enjoy freshly roasted bean with various brewing methods to satisfy their bean to cup experience.
They have two other branches at PasarBella @ The Grandstand and Frankel Avenue. Aside from specialty coffee, you can find a selection of cakes from Speculoos Cheesecake, Lychee Rose, Hummingbird Cake and more.
The new XTRA Retail, designed by Singapore-based design practice, Produce, is located in the new wing of Marina Square. The single-storey, 13,000 square-feet space will house various shop-in-shop experiences by Herman Miller, Magis, Moroso, Tom Dixon, Foscarini, Dedon, and more, alongside an integrated Kith café.
Founded since 1989, XTRA was originally sited in a pre-war conservation shophouse in the east, and they started as an alternative eclectic design store, but have since evolved into a mainstream store with a carefully curated range of global design products for both the residential and contract market. Visitors are invited to see, touch and immerse in premium designer furniture within the new experiential space.
Once a stable for cars, The Garage is now in the driver’s seat of culinary adventure with two brand-new Food & Beverage destinations at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
The Garage sits at the nexus of history and style: an elegant 1920s Art Deco conservation building within Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visually it floats like a white-clad mirage, the seven vaulting garage bays lifting the structure weightlessly above the surrounding greenery. Through its two F&B concept offerings – Botanico and Bee’s Knees – The Garage offers people a way to reconnect with nature through the enjoyment of thoughtfully executed food, thus completing their botanical adventure.
Located on Level 2 and helmed by Spanish-born Chef Antonio Oviedo, Botanico at The Garage offers a contemporary-bistro, seasonality-driven menu, presenting the gifts of soil, land and sea in a cuisine inspired by the natural cycles of the year and by bistronomy. On the same floor is the hidden garden bar located on a spacious outdoor terrace.
The Summerhouse is a multi-concept F&B and lifestyle destination located in The Oval @ Seletar Aerospace Park, an 11-hectare cluster of gazetted conservation bungalows in the aerospace park surrounding the former Seletar Airbase, today known as Seletar Airport. With its picturesque rolling landscape, this historic area has the look and feel of the English countryside.
Chef de Cuisine Florian Ridder serves up a nature-inspired, farms-to-table cuisine that draws its products from farms and a kelong in the region, as well as from the in-house edible garden, to create an authentic and sustainable dining experience.
d’Good Café was established in 2012 at a 2-storey shophouse in Holland Village. They have now branched out to Ngee Ann City too.
On their menu, you will see poached fresh lobster pasta ($26 for half lobster, $48 for whole), D'Lobster Roll ($22, above), slow-braised cider pork cheek ($16), pan-roasted chicken breast ($16) and more.
Thirteen Duxton Hill's menu changes every day. Yes, you heard it right. Their menu changes every single day. And it depends on what the owner and chef of the restaurant, chef John-Paul Fiechtner, picks out from the market each morning.
International award-winning and dynamic specialty coffee from Hong Kong, The Coffee Academïcs, will have their second outlet on the basement level of Raffles City Shopping Centre in December 2016.
The Coffee Academïcs sources the best Arabica coffee beans from all over the world. Its roasted coffee have scored 92-94 from the World Coffee Review – a “Robert Parker” of the coffee world – achieving the distinct honour of being ranked highest in Asia and top 3 in the world. On their menu; The Mess, inspired by English breakfast served with a 63°C egg atop sauteed spicy chicken sausage with crispy baby potatoes, pencil asparagus and buttered corns kernels. Chicken Poultry Terrine, a french inspired chicken liver terrine made with poultry and pork with spices and port wine. Served on the side with toasted bread, cornichons and yuzu marmalade.
Opening soon at Paragon is Greyhound Cafe. It is a trendy casual dining café from Bangkok that offers a trendy and creative mix of menus, great service and ambience at competitive prices.
Spanning 2,600 sq ft, the 100-seat restaurant will have a menu that is largely similar to its 11 outlets in Bangkok. It also has 11 outlets outside Thailand, in cities such as Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai and Beijing.
Dal.Komm Coffee from Korea is set to open their 1st cafe in Singapore at Centrepoint some time this December.
Dal.Komm not only means 'sweet' in Korean, it's also a combination of the following two words - 'dal' from Danal (name of the founding company) and the German word 'komm' (which means come) to create the phrase, "Come to Danal".
Based on the well-loved TV series F.R.I.E.N.D.S, Central Perk Cafe will have their soft launch this weekend and would make a nice new place to hang-out near Clarke Quay.
Other than the main set of the café, they will also be introducing an extension of a STUDIO SET area, outdoor alfresco Streets of New York (recreated indoors), and also a F.R.I.E.N.D.S corner, featuring character themed wall and iconic themed furnitures Patsy the dog, Pacman machine, Monica Kitchen, Joey Italian Fine craftsmanship cabinet and F.R.I.E.N.D.S themed merchandise with floor space totalling more than 3300sq feet.
Botanist is a new addition to Neil Road for cafe goers.
Botanist is a cafe that serves aromatic cuppa and delicious grub, brought to you by the same team behind Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters, Alchemist and Knockhouse Supply Co. Expect no less of the quality of their coffee brews.
Modern Asian Brasserie styled Eating House & Bar, Ash & Char, has opened its doors.
Ash & Char Eating House & Bar delivering the usual café-suspects at lunch, transforms into an intimate diner come nightfall; delivering Asian flavors perforated with subtle nuances of charred and smoked elements in a modern diner settings. The successful mix of casual and tasty beckons you to visit with a bunch of friends.
Eat Me is River Valley's first salad bar bistro looking to lead the change in balanced eating. "Eat Well, Live Better, Achieve More"
A Salad Bar with premium meat offerings cooked using french techniques, they want to change the way the average person looks at salads. It's also a place for craft coffee, supplied by our well-known partners (soon to be revealed) and handmade desserts.
Cafe&Meal Muji is part of Singapore's 10th Muji store, with more than 10,600 sq ft to house both the eatery and store.
Just like the first Cafe&Meal Muji at Paragon, this 70-seater cafe will have the usual deli sets, a combination of rice, soup, a hot and a cold deli, on top of the new dishes and the current favorites like roasted tea pudding, baked salmon with miso sauce and iced ryukyu chai.
That's not all that's exciting about this branch. On the retail end, there will be the usual homeware, lifestyle items and more. But you'll also be able to customize sofa covers, rugs and curtains by picking the kind of design, size, material and color that suits your fancy. And finally, and this is particularly exciting, Muji bicycles and products from the Found Muji collection that have been available everywhere but in Singapore, or so it seemed, will finally make their way to this flagship store soon.
Located at Tanjong Pagar Road, this new café has it all – from burgers and pastas to coffee, tea and even alcoholic beverages.
If you’re working around the area and have exhausted all the lunch options in the vicinity, then lucky you; Hashtag 88 Café & Bar has great weekday set lunch offers where you can relish scrumptious dishes like smokey salmon sandwich, cheezy baked pork ribs and chicken kebab, that’ll be served with a cup of coffee or tea and a soup.
Kyushu Pancake Singapore presents their unique menu offerings, made from the Kyushu Pancake flour base, combined with fresh fruits and dairy products to create uniquely pancake cuisines with great taste.
Only the finest natural ingredients are used in the the Kyushu Pancake flour mix. Ranging from the Wheat from Oita Prefecture, fertiliser free, Aigoma farmed Sprouted brown rice in Aya, Miyazaki, Millet from Unzen, Nagasaki, Pressed barley from Saga Prefecture, the legendary purple rice and red glutinuous rice from Kumamoto and Fukuoka Prefecture, non glutinuous rice from Kagoshima and the famed raw sugar from Okinawa and Kagoshima. Kyushu Pancake strive to merry the producers from Kyushu province to the end users by exhibiting the pride of the region in the finest products they want to showcase to the world from Kyushu, Japan. Kyuhsu Pancake wants to impress with their products and put a smile on everyone’s face and create lasting memories.
They strongly believes in maintaining the perfect balance of giving good taste and quality but without compromising the safety of their consumers. The flour mix is free of emulsifier, artificial fragrant and additives or processed starch. So, the products are good and safe for everyone, even suitable for young kids.
A simple, fuss-free corner situated strategically at the hotel entrance where our guests can takeaway straightforward salads, light sandwiches and some sweet bites to go. If you’re in the mood for drinking, there are even spirit-boosters available to “lift your spirits” alongside the standard, coffee, tea and sodas.
The very first Hello Kitty-themed cafe in Singapore is all set to open next month, and its managers say it will be an experience with many firsts for fans of the beloved Sanrio character.
The new eatery, which is situated in the public area at Changi Airport Terminal 3, will be decorated with fresh flowers in the style of a garden cafe, and feature a locally-inspired menu. (They are also aiming to be the world’s first Halal Hello Kitty cafe).
It boasts of a dining area with a capacity for about 90 people, a take-away sales counter, as well as an area where diners may pose for photos with two life-sized 3D Hello Kitty models created in the likeness of the Singapore mascot.
Leading fashion website styleXstyle.com has officially launched its very own café!
Choose from the grilled chicken, or croissant sandwiches with fillings like chicken or tuna. Add on desserts like Speculoos cookie butter cheesecake or an ondeh-ondeh layer cake. The café also plays pop-up space for local and Korean designers.
The minds behind Ronin and The Plain bring us PUNCH, a café whose interiors are as minimal as its resources.
There is no written menu. Everything on offer is delivered by mouth, which makes the attentive staff look pretty impressive, but it's a little hard to keep track of what's going on. As for the prices, that's all upon request, which is inconvenient to say the least. The times set for lunch (noon-3pm) and dinner (6-11pm) on weekdays are strict, although there are small sweet bites available all day to accompany your coffee.
South-east Asia’s first POMPOMPURIN Cafe will soon open in Singapore at Orchard Central.
For the uninitated, POMPOMPURIN is a yellow golden retriever dog character introduced by Sanrio in 1996. Always seen with a brown beret, the cute pup loves drinking milk and eating soft food and pudding that his mother makes. While seemingly not as famous as its counterpart like Hello Kitty, his fluffy-looking, huggable appearance has earned him legions of fans and the title of first place winner in the Sanrio Character ranking in 2015.
Covering a space of 1,900 sq ft, fans of the popular character can expect an all-things-POMPOMPURIN experience at the cafe. This means customers will not only be greeted with canine-themed decor (from the wallpaper right down to the cutlery and table mats), but also a full menu of cute-looking food and drinks in the shape of POMPOMPURIN.
Every POMPOMPURIN Cafe in the world takes on a different theme that suits the local culture, which is why the one in Singapore will be sporting a “garden city” theme, inspired by little red dot’s lush greenery. Conceptualised by Sanrio Japan, the cafe can seat a total of 78 people. Cafe patrons can also request to sit at one of the four four-seater booths, called “Tomodachi House” (translated as Friends House), which feature one of Purin’s friends – Bagel the Squirrel, Coconut the Monkey, Mint the Frog and Macaroon the Golden Retriever.
As for the POMPOMPURIN die hard fan, a wide variety of merchandise ranging from handbags, water tumblers to plush toys will also be available for purchase.
At Populus, a sense of welcome, service and shared experience is at the heart of all they do. Their ethos is simple: boldness alongside refinement, precision underpinned by passion. They are purveyors of pleasure.
Their food & drink is honest and inviting, delivered with style, panache and occasional moments of enchantment.
The refurbished colonial buildings have been transformed into a one-stop lifestyle and arts and crafts centre with a spa, a yoga and pilates studio, chocolatiers and even a luxury pet hotel Waggington. Familiar names include artisan chcoclate makers Anjali Chocolat, decorative art gallery Billkey Art and upmarket European furniture place Mobel Story.
The Plain Jane is a new cafe that has recently opened in the Serangoon neighborhood.
The Plain Jane wants to share her love for simple, true love for food and lifestyle. Jane has always been an advocate of śÖĘśīĽ or literally slow-living, and that is exactly what she wishes to share with those who visit.
Led by award-winning artisan baker, Eran Mayer, Artisan Boulangerie Co. is a contemporary bakery with a remarkable French influence, employing artisanal techniques with natural ingredients of the highest quality. Starting with the flour that is imported directly from a traditional flour mill outside of Paris to carefully sourced and selected produce from the best farms around the world. They bake their breads fresh daily with a taste unlike anything you’ll find in Singapore.
Artisan Boulangerie Co. has five outlets around the island and we are pleased to bring some French flair to the East Coast of Singapore.
toTTful cafe has recently opened on East Coast Road, and comes with a social cause!
toTTful cafe has a common goal, that is to help teenagers, young adults and their families to aid their monthly families needs by offering them a job and also maximazing their individual potential and creativity in their cafe.
In addition, boosting confidence in themselves and giving experience in the food & beverage industry to allow them to be a more responsible person and for them to attain future opportunities.
Ukulele Movement (UM) is an initiative launched to increase the awareness and appreciation of ukulele in Singapore and beyond. This movement connects ukulele enthusiasts through regular events (performances, concerts, workshops) and activities like open mic, uke outings/meetups etc.
UM is also the first music retail shop in Singapore specialising in all-things-ukulele, offering a wide selection of high quality ukuleles imported from reputable brands, instructional materials and lessons, catering to people of all levels and ages.
Eat at Seven is a new Japanese dining concept at Suntec City.
Seven popular Japanese cuisines converge under one roof and it's all relatively affordable. There's a tuna, salmon, yellowtail and swordfish sashimi specialist over at Maguro-Donya Miura-Misaki-Kou Sushi & Dining; a Yakiniku-style hot plate restaurant NikuNoHi, which specializes in kuroge wagyu beef; Nigiro Cafe, a Tokyo cafe that claims to have the best Caesar salad in the Japanese city; and Enbu, a warayaki and charcoal grill izakaya serving traditional small plates paired with Coedo beer.
Lounge café and bar, Mr & Mrs Maxwell’s has officially opened at the newly refurbished luxury boutique hotel, The Club. Located at the centre of this restored heritage building, Mr & Mrs Maxwell’s brings visitors through an all-day dining adventure. Poised as the living room and the starting point at The Club, the cafe features a unique concept catering to all diners at different times of the day.
Mr & Mrs Maxwell’s day to night dining experience offers a variety of menu options, that changes alongside the venue’s personality, presenting a distinctive atmospheric change throughout the day. Diners can expect to start the day with sumptuous breakfast tems in the ‘AM’, local gourmet main course items at ‘MM’ (mid-morning), and wine and dine items in the ‘PM’. Serving up a variety of brunch items with the usual suspects like bagels, eggs, pancakes, and toast, the all-day breakfast is a perfect fit for guests to start their day at.
While there in the mornings, be sure to savour the cafe’s signature ‘Maxwell’s Breakfast Fry Up’ featuring mouth-watering pork sausages, country-style baked beans with streaky bacon served with seared mushroom and fresh toast. Accompanied with a selection of Australia’s finest coffee beans from Sarnies, Mr & Mrs Maxwell’s lively chatter in the mornings centres around the latest happenings in the Ann Siang Hill area.
The cafe gradually changes once mid morning hits, welcoming the lunch time crowd with a variety of items including its take on the local bites. With 14 main course items to choose from, this little gem in the mid-mornings is a great place for its naturally flavorful food, with generous portions and interesting local creations. Expect culinary infusions such as the Wok Breath Waygu Beef featuring the wok-fried hor fun rice noodle with a rich XO sauce, silver sprouts and Waygu beef slices. Other specialties include The Club Burger, Maxwell’s Sandwich and the Lamb Rendang.
At Tino's Pizza Cafe, their hand-tossed and baked pizza will bring you the authentic Italian taste.
Pizza is an authentic Italian affair that plays a huge part in every Italian’s life. The premium dough enhances the flavors of the pizza. Tino’s Pizza Café serves both Neapolitan and Roman style crust which best represents the traditional and creative preparation methods. Through extreme high temperature baking process, the hand crafted charred crust brings out the most of the tantalizing fresh ingredients. They explore beyond boundaries to serve high quality cuisine.
The Sweet Crustar series are named after the stars sparkling above as they simply taste like nothing ordinary. The Foccacia has flavours ideal for a single enjoyment.
The Paul tea-rooms offer a French style of snack lunch: savory and sweet pastries, a selection of French pancakes, simple dishes and a selection of salads, etc. All prepared on the premises. The perfect stop for a lunchtime break, dinner date, or a casual time with friends and family.
All of the products offered by Paul are prepared to the same high standards which have made French bread famous the world over.
Desker Road, once Singapore’s oldest and notorious red-light district, is now home to old-time shopkeepers, adventurous backpackers, migrant workers, small modern offices and a myriad of back alleys.
A key inspiration to Creatures’ debut at Desker Road is to be an atmospheric dining enclave in the heart of this culturally rich conservation area. Desker Road, with its whiff of old-world charm, beckons one home.
For over 20 years, the owners of Creatures reinterpreted favourites, jazzing them up with an Asian flair. When they moved into their new home, they combined their love for cooking and tasteful interiors, and began inviting families and friends for intimate home dining experiences.
With a passion for bringing out flavours through natural ingredients and experimenting with texture, the owners amassed a menu of their own creations after decades of thoughtful cooking. CREATURES brings that cosy home dining experience to all, with an aim to make the café a habitat of creature comforts.
Savour comfort on a plate at CREATURES, a modern-day café set in the culturally rich conservation area of Desker Road. Our hearty east-meets-west nosh comes with a twist – and without the MSG. We dish up irresistibly soothing comfort food with an Asian flair while staying true to the origins of the dish – all to make you feel both at home and in Eden.
The introduction of Dazzling Café into the Asian market has brought the attention to many local and foreign crowds and has been named one of the most famous cafes in Taiwan. It is commonly frequented by celebrities and socialites and has been crowned as "A Celebrity Hotspot."
Not only famous for its media personalities, but it is also well renown for its chic and classy interior deco.
At present, Dazzling cafe operates in 3 countries, with 9 local branches in Taiwan. Singapore would be slated as the first flagship store of its kind in Southeast Asia.
Flock has recently launched it's new outlet at Ghim Moh.
A family run cafe, Flock's atmosphere is deliberately relaxed. Starting from their love of good cafes, good food and good atmosphere they seek to let their customers feel what they love so much about relationships.
Coupled with their selection on music and modern industrial decor, they're sure that you will definitely feel at home.
Oh My Bacon (OMB) is Singapore's first bacon-inspired cafe, including bacon-inspired merchandise.
Besides creating bacon inspired dishes they translate their love into every day home ware. On their aprons, cushion covers and tote bags, you will find quirky illustrations and witty text celebrating their adoration for bacon. The merchandise is designed and made in Singapore.
Try-out their Bacon Ice Cream made if house made bacon and infused vanilla based gelato.
Tucked away in Gillman Barracks is Red Baron, a new cafe/ bar concept operated by the good people behind Artistry.
A bakery and cafe in the Gillman Barracks serving up Liberty Coffee and craft beers on tap. All day breakfast, salads, sandwiches and pastas available. Breads, cakes and tarts are baked in-house, including the popular Lemon Meringue tart and Salted Caramel & Dark Chocolate tart.
Go for their French Toast — toasted brioche heaped with caramelised bananas, sopped in gula melaka sauce, and finished with a sprinkling of dessicated coconut.
My Sister Bakes is the labor of love of both Isaac and Esther. Having been around for almost 1.5 years making customised cakes, they have decided to expand into a cafe.
They specialise in customised cakes for all birthday or even wedding needs. They are most famous for their buttercream based floral cakes. Their smallest cakes starts from 6" onwards. with the biggest being a 12" cake.
They have also started doing dessert tables since mid 2014 and have been constantly updating their dessert menu to bring you more varieties.
Named for being located in a laneway off the busy Tanjong Katong Road, The Laneway Market is a cosy eatery where you can come together and be merry whilst enjoying good food. The interior presents a welcoming atmosphere, with various wood accents to bring in a modern touch, ensuring an unpretentious and comfortable stay.
TLM is a full fledged cafe which serves everything from casual breakfasts to dinner mains, in addition to specialty coffee and in-house baked pastries.
Taking inspiration from different cuisines around the world and using different cooking techniques, they make the most simple tasting of foods turn out most satisfying. They aim to bring out the best in every ingredient and present dishes made up with flavors of the world. Everything here is made from the heart and guaranteed delicious.
The new store is the first in the world to offer cocktails, including the Vintage Caramel, a fusion of vodka, caramel liqueur and salted caramel ice-cream, or the Black Tie, a combination of whisky and Belgian chocolate ice-cream.
Since 1961 Haagen-Dazs has been synonymous with the finest, hand-selected ingredients and superior quality.
Look forward to many menu innovations to pair up with premium teas from luxury brand Tea Forte.
You can't miss this quaint little cafe along Jalan Bukit Ho Swee. You will be greeted with a splash of colour and its vintage decor. After all, Le Halo is not just an all-day breakfast cafe, it is also a vintage shop. In collaboration with Chair-ish The Moments, an online vintage shop that has a small retail space with some of their products beautifully merged together in the café.
The Chinese zodiac animal drawings on the wall are designed by Joseph Wong, a senior manger of a foreign Bank, specially commissioned and shaped like toast in line with the cafe's logo and face left or right in line with feng shui configurations. Its owner Elia Lim is a new kid in the business as well. Everything about the cafe mirrors her own life - bubbly, bright, honest and all heart. She takes the name "Le" from the Chinese character "kuai le" meaning happy. And "halo"? Well, she hopes you taste a bit of heaven in her food creations. It may be a 9-minute walk from Tiong Bahru MRT station but the walk will be worth it.
The Piggy Stew is Le Halo's best selling item so far. Slow cooked to full flavour with generous chunks of pork, it is served with fingers of crispy buttered toast, making them the perfect companion for this dish.