5 Best Places For A Cosy Brunch in Singapore

5 Best Places For A Cosy Brunch in Singapore
December 30 17:10 2016 Print This Article




What better way to start the weekend than with a cosy brunch with your friends? Amidst the huge number of cafes in Singapore, deciding on which cafe to visit can be a difficult choice to make. But don’t worry, we’ve narrowed down the list for you: these are the top 5 cosiest cafes for your next brunch.

1. Oriole Coffee

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Image: oriole (image credit: Oriole Coffee Instagram)

One of the pioneers of Singapore’s third wave coffee movement, Oriole Coffee serves up a mean cup of joe with their amazing brunch dishes. Their Somerset outlet might be the most accessible and well-known one, located just outside Pan Pacific Suites.

Take a seat inside for a more intimate ambience, with mood lighting and homely wooden furnishings, or pick the al fresco seatings where you can people-watch as you enjoy a delightful brunch. Highlights include the Humble Baked Egg Skillet with sous vide eggs, roasted lamb and cheese; as well as the aromatic Espresso-Rubbed Rack of Lamb.

Multiple locations, details on website.

2. PS. Cafe

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Image: ps (image credit: PS. Cafe Facebook)

With multiple locations all around Singapore from Ann Siang Hill to Palais Renaissance to Tiong Bahru, PS. Cafe is popular for it’s upscale yet cosy ambience. Unbeknownst to many, this cafe actually started out as part of a clothing shop called Projectshop in 1999. From there it gained many fans as a cosy cafe with delicious food.

Now, it has made a name for itself as a popular brunch spot, serving up cafe classics like truffle fries and hearty burgers, along with decadent treats like sticky date pudding and double chocolate cake. Pay a visit to any of their eight outlets and you won’t be disappointed!

Multiple locations, details on website.

3. Toby’s Estate

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Image: toby (image credit: Toby’s Estate Facebook)

This Australian cafe opened its doors in Singapore at the picturesque Robertson Quay– the brand’s first outlet in Asia. The spacious Toby’s Estate is set in a former warehouse overlooking the Singapore River, a prime location where you can enjoy a lazy afternoon.

Apart from their distinct brew, the menu includes cafe brunch fare like the good old Eggs Benedict and French Toast topped with apple, berries, espresso bacon, and maple syrup. Whether you go sweet or savoury with your brunch, they will always go well with the cafe’s coffee and beautiful views.

Address: 8 Rodyk Street, #01-03/04, 238216

Opening hours:

Sun to Thurs 7.30am-6pm

Fri & Sat 7.30am-8pm


4. Habitat Coffee

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Image: habitat (image credit: Habitat Coffee Facebook)

Habitat Coffee is an old favourite for cafe-hoppers and brunch-seekers. This cosy bistro features a minimal interior that is simple, homely, and not flashy in the least. Located along a row of shophouses along Thomson Road, it draws a crowd during brunch hours for its affordable fare.

Highlights on the menu include the Truffle Al Fungi, a creamy pasta dish with a strong truffle flavour; the Eggs Tomato Relish, a hearty pick for those who love a good egg dish; and for dessert, the churros which come with a sweet chocolate ganache.

Address: 223 Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574355

Opening hours:

Tues to Sun 10am-10pm

5. Kith Cafe

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Image: kith (Image credit: Kith Cafe)

Another old favourite that’s holding strong amidst the influx of new cafes, Kith Cafe has withstood the test of time. Their Milennia Walk branch is one of the quieter outlets, where you can have a peaceful brunch with your friends.

On the menu are comforting classics, such as the surprisingly hearty Mixed Salad with feta, greens, quinoa, and smoked salmon that you can add on; the Cajun Scrambled Eggs, a buttery dish with smoked bratwurst, chili, black truffle and mozzarella; and the Smoked Duck Breast Sandwich, with tender duck, green apple, Japanese cucumber, spring onion, and salsa aioli.

Multiple locations, details on website.

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