There are cafes in Singapore for bikers, cafes for pet lovers, cafes for wannabe artists…and the list goes on. Are there cafes for ordinary people? Now there is one in Hamilton Road. And the name of the new cafe? For The People.
Singapore has no lack of places for brunch and all day breakfast. Many are located in the hipster enclaves or in quaint locations, which may not be the most accessible. If you are looking for a convenient brunch spot in Singapore’s prime shopping district, Grain Alley is a new cafe in Orchard Central that will fit the bill.
Many nice F&B outlets that were once only located in prime Orchard Road shopping malls could now be found in Jurong East. Beauty in a Pot, Coffeesmith, Ippudo Ramen and Lady M are examples of popular eateries that are in Westgate. Honolulu Cafe, which attracted very long queues when it opened in The Centrepoint, is another one. We had breakfast at Honolulu Café in Westgate recently. It was almost like actually having breakfast in a cha chaan teng in Hong Kong.
It is yet another PS.Cafe but one that is rather unique. Surprisingly, for the popular homegrown cafe chain which started in 1999, the new PS.Cafe in East Coast Park is their first outlet in the East. Although PS.Cafe at One Fullerton is also on the waterfront, PS.Cafe By the Sea is different because of its location in a park facing the sea and its beachfront cafe vibe. The menu showcases seafood and it has dishes exclusive to the outlet. For the first time, PS.Cafe has a Junior Menu. PS.Cafe By the Sea is a rather special place by the beach and is good for power breakfasts, lazy weekend brunches or romantic date nights.
Trendy restaurants with exotic dishes may be exciting. However, sometimes we just want to have some wholesome predictable food in a convenient location. Cedele Bakery Kitchen fits the bill perfectly when we are in Raffles City and want a simple casual meal for physical nourishment.