The Stamford Brasserie is a great coffee spot in Raffles City. The ‘city within a city’, designed by world-renowned architect I M Pei, has many coffee shops cand cafes including international chain stores and local success stories like Cedele, Toastbox and Tiong Bahru Bakery. The Stamford Brasserie, with a three in one F&B concept comprising a Grab-and-Go, All-day Dining Restaurant and Beer Bar, is a new stylish spot for coffee and more.
Located on the ground floor of Swissôtel The Stamford, next to the hotel reception lobby, The Stamford Brasserie has an elegant interior design. It is like a chic Parisian cafe with modern elements and plenty of greenery. The glass panels let in plenty of natural light during the day and allow patrons in the restaurant a view of the city skyline as well as glimpses of the Esplanade and Marina Bay Sands.
The Stamford Brasserie – Grab & Go
The Stamford Brasserie is a takeaway counter for hotel guests. Gourmet sandwiches, pastries and pies and well as coffee and juices are available.
Some of the items on display look very inviting. The tempting treats are not just for those who have to grab and go. Those not in a hurry and sit down and enjoy the food and drinks in the chic brasserie with full service.
The Grab & Go Menu is below.
Stamford Brasserie – The Bar
Those who prefer a liquid diet will be pleased to find that The Stamford Brasserie is also a bar offering a range of craft beers as well as wine and cocktails. Coffee and other hot and cold beverages are also available.
Here is The Stamford Brasserie Crafts Beers menu.
All Day Dining Restaurant
Opening from 6.30 am to 10 pm, The Stamford Brasserie is a place for breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea as well as a full meal. The items on the Grab & Go Menu are available all the day. In addition, bistro food is served from 12 noon to 10 pm. Chicken kebabs, BBQ pork ribs, hot dogs and baked fish are some items on the menu.
Here is the food menu of The Stamford Brasserie.
Coffee and Light Bites
The Stamford Brasserie is a great refuelling stop for shoppers visiting Raffles City. Their beverages are reasonably priced and there is a good variety of items for light bites.
We stopped by The Stamford Brasserie for coffee and, feeling peckish, we ordered a piece of walnut muffin ($6) and a shepherd’s pie ($8) to go with our cappuccino ($5.80).
The tableware at Stamford Brasserie has a simple chic look and feel. It is a plastic-free restaurant and thus the cutleries are all made of metal – heavy and elegant.
Our coffee was good and the muffin was moist and delicious. The traditional lamb shepherd’s pie looked nice and was tasty.
The Stamford Brasserie is an inviting place at all times of the day. Whether you are in a hurry or have time to while away, whether you need something light and sweet or something savoury and substantial you may The Stamford Brasserie a very palatable option. We think it is one of the best coffee spots in Raffles City – great ambience, professional service and good coffee that is reasonably priced.
Read about the coffee that is (almost) too cute to drink at The Stamford Brasserie.
Food : 3
Value : 4
Atmosphere : 4
Overall Rating : 4 TOPs
The Stamford Brasserie
Level 1, Swissôtel The Stamford
2 Stamford Road
Tel: +65 6431 6156
06.30 – 20.00
All-day Dining Menu:
12.00 – 22.00 (Last order 21.30)
Sunday to Thursday: 12.00 – 24.00 (Last order 11.30)
Friday, Saturday & eve of PH: 12.00 – 01.30 (Last order 01.00)
17.00 – 20.00 (Last order 19.45)
Nearby MRT Stations: City Hall, Bras Basah, Esplanade
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