Tucked away inside Vanguard Campus in Kallang Avenue is a contender for coziest outdoor cafe. The inviting Banchong Cafe, which serves coffee & toast and simple local fare, is a place that you may feel like lingering.
The 1925 Brewing Co is a pub serving craft beer from its own microbrewery and Teochew Food. With items like Chaoshan braised duck breast on the menu and Kaya Toast Stout on tap, this Joo Chiat restaurant sounded like a bao jiak kind of place.
This is our list of unique and interesting cafes in Singapore to hang out with friends. Instead of big shiny chain cafes with outlets at shopping malls, these cafes feel cozier and have special personalities.
New Ubin Zhongshan Park is located on the ground floor of the Ramada by Wyndham Hotel Singapore. Since New Ubin Seafood relocated from Pulau Ubin many years ago, they had operated out of several locations. Now, it seems like they have shortened the name and have opened up at multiple locations. The other outlets are New Ubin Tampines and New Ubin CHIJMES.
Jian Bo Shui Kueh is a well known and popular chwee kueh stall in Tiong Bahru Market. Today Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh can be found all over Singapore; and it sells much more than just the traditional rice cakes.
Fook Kin restaurant (福劲) is a casual eatery along Killiney Road featuring roasted meats. According to information on CHOPE, it is a collaboration between popular DJs “The Muttons” who host the Singapore 95 FM morning radio show and the Old Airport Road Hawker stall Roast Paradise.