Little Rogue Coffee – big new cafe in Tanjong Katong

The new cafe in Tanjong Katong has all the elements of a contemporary cafe – trendy interior design, green plants, quirky corners, good brunch food and artisanal coffee. Unlike many new cafes, Little Rogue Coffee in Tanjong Katong is big and spacious. It is also a bicycle-friendly cafe and a place where kids, little rascals or angels, are welcome.

Little Rogue Coffee Tanjong Katong

Little Rogue Coffee in Tanjong Katong

Little Rogue Coffee Tanjong Katong Road

Little Rogue Coffee is located in a row of two-storey shophouses in Tanjong Katong, near the junction of Branksome Road and Tanjong Katong Road. The Canadian International School is just across the road. There is a surface car park right next to the school’s entrance. The bus stop is almost right in front of the cafe. Cyclists will be pleased to know that there are bicycle racks in the front of the cafe.

Little Rogue Coffee Cafe Tanjong Katong Road

The cafe occupies two shophouses with very deep interiors. The facade incorporates two arched openings – one serving as the entrance with the other providing an ideal space for window seats. The sidewalk space blends seamlessly into the cafe.

There is a big communal table and dining tables of various shapes and configurations. The seating options include cozy sofa seats, arms chairs, benches and bar stools.

Little Rogue Coffee Cafe Tanjong Katong Rd
Little Rogue Coffee

The main service counter is in the middle of the cafe. There is a children’s play area (which is currently closed).

Little Rogue Coffee

The Menu of Little Rogue Coffee

All day breakfast items are available. Mains like pasta and burgers are served from 11 am. There is a section on the menu of Little Rogue Coffee for the little ones.

The menu is accessed by scanning a QR code on the table. Below is a screenshot of the online menu.

Little Rogue Coffee Menu

There are some very good looking pastries and cakes on the display counter.

Little Rogue Coffee Cakes & Pastries

Brunch at Little Rogue Coffee

We ordered an ABS Diet Sandwich Set ($18), a Wagyu Burger ($25) and a Long Black ($4.50).

LRC Sandwich & Cold Brew

The ABS Diet Sandwich Set comprised a sandwich and a cold brew coffee. The sourdough sandwich of avocado, bacon and scrambled egg was an uncomplicated dish that was delightfully delicious. The egg was fluffy, moist and evenly cooked and the avocado made the sandwich pop with its unique flavour. The portion size was quite substantial and more suitable for lunch than breakfast.

Little Rogue Coffee ABS Diet Sandwich
LRC Wagyu Beef Burger

The LRC Wagyu Beef Burger was a 200gm wagyu patty in between a brioche bun served with fries. Little Rogue Coffee’s fries looked good and had a nice crunchy exterior and a light fluffy interior. The good quality fries were matched by the delectable burger. The bun was soft and nice and the beef patty was juicy, buttery and full of rich flavours. It was a rather expensive burger but good value for the quality of the ingredients and its great taste. If we want to give ourselves an occasional treat, the LRC Wagyu Beef Burger would be one of the items we would pick.

Little Rogue Coffee Wagyu Burger

The coffee was good. Brewed with Proud Mary beans from Ballad of Anna May, the long black was strong with tangy fruity notes. It was a good cuppa for a morning perk up. The cold brew white was smooth and buttery.

Little Rogue Coffee cafe

Coffee & Sunshine

Little Rogue Coffee is a gem for the residents of Tanjong Katong and parents of students of the Canadian International School. The convivial family friendly space, cheerful service and good food make it one of those breakfast and brunch spots that are worth getting out of bed for. The Little Rogue Coffee can be a ray of sunshine that melts lethargy and blues away.

Little Rogue Coffee is a gem for the residents of Tanjong Katong

Food: 4
Service: 4
Value: 3
Atmosphere: 4
Overall Rating: 4 TOPs  4 tops

Little Rogue Coffee
336 & 338 Tanjong Katong Road
Singapore 437109

Opening Hours: 9 am to 6 pm
Closed on Tuesdays


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