Tag Archives: Singapore Cafes

Montana Singapore Cafe Review – PoMo Dhoby Ghaut

Apart from Plaza Singapura, I rarely go to other shopping centres in Dhoby Ghaut but if you venture a bit further east you’ll find PoMo shopping mall which houses this hidden gem of a cafe, Montana. Formally known as Montana Brew Bar and now as just Montana, they serve all day brunch, pasta, burgers, a… Read More »

Nanyang Old Coffee Review – Chinatown Singapore

Cheap and cheerful, Nanyang Old Coffee is one of my favourite places to go for a quick meal or snack. The branch in Chinatown serves local favourites such as Nyonya Laksa, Bak Kut Teh, Nyonya Curry Chicken and Nasi Lemak as well as Kaya Butter Toast, Chee Cheong Fan, Nyonya Bak Chang, Soon Kueh and… Read More »

Laurent’s Cafe By Laurent Bernard Chocolatier Review – Orchard Road Singapore

Tucked away in a quiet corner in the basement of Robinsons department store on Orchard Road, Laurent’s Cafe by French artisan chocolatier Laurent Bernard serves all day brunch, sandwiches, salads, soups, pasta, meat dishes and desserts as well as breakfast and dinner sets and a $10 kid’s menu. Open early every day at 9am, I… Read More »

Chong Wen Ge Cafe Review – Telok Ayer Singapore

Slightly hidden behind the facade of an old Chinese school right next to Thian Hock Keng temple, Chong Wen Ge Cafe is a Peranakan cafe sharing the same building as the Peranakan Tiles Gallery and Singapore Musical Box Museum. Although located right in the heart of the CBD amidst the crowds of workers, there is… Read More »

Dutch Baby Cafe Review – Paragon Singapore

Opened last year by F&B group Japan Foods Holding, Dutch Baby Cafe serves both Dutch baby pancakes as well as Japanese-Western favourites. They have a variety of sweet and savoury Dutch baby pancakes, dishes including Japanese pork cutlet and omurice if you’re looking for a more substantial meal, an assortment of fresh fruit tarts made daily… Read More »

Sarnies Cafe Review – Telok Ayer Singapore

Sarnies is a casual Australian eatery in the heart of the CBD on Telok Ayer Street. Always packed full with people it seems, it’s probably best to go when it’s a bit quieter either on a weekday evening when reservations are accepted via Chope or early in the morning. At all other times you just… Read More »

The Assembly Ground Cafe Review – The Cathay Singapore

The Assembly Ground is a lively and casual place that’s great for meeting up with friends over brunch, dinner or a cup of their specialty coffee. They have a simple menu of appetisers, salads, soup, brunch and dinner main courses as well as desserts. Brunch here yesterday was enjoyable, reservations were made using Quandoo although… Read More »

Mad About Sucre Review – Outram Park Singapore

Walking down Teo Hong Road just next to Exit H of Outram Park MRT, you might not notice Mad About Sucre’s inconspicuous shop front and although it may look like any other shop along that road, step inside this cute and cosy patisserie and you’ll be greeted by a display of delightful looking individually handcrafted cakes.… Read More »