Haakon Superfoods & Juice – Eat Well in Raffles Place

HAAKON's Raffles Place

Haakon Superfoods & Juice offers a range of superfood bowls, smoothies, juices, salads and all-day breakfast dishes. Its menu is designed to be inclusive for all diets with vegan options and gluten-free and paleo friendly dishes.

Haakon Superfoods & Juice
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Group Therapy Cafe Katong

Katong V Group Therapy Cafe

Group Therapy Cafe Katong V is an outpost of the popular cafe which started business as an event space tucked away on the second storey of a small shophouse in Duxton. Group Therapy Cafe has become very popular, especially for brunch, and has also a spawn Strong Flour, a casual dining Italian restaurant which is also located in Katong V.

Group Therapy Coffee Katong
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The Green Ducklings – plain chicken to beautiful prawn

The Green Ducklings cafe on Beach Road

The Green Ducklings at The Concourse on Beach Road is a lovely bakery café where almost everything is made fresh on the premises. The owners-bakers-chefs-baristas will make and serve their own unique versions of pasta, sandwiches, cakes & pastries, coffee & tea, juice and milkshakes.

The Green Ducklings at The Concourse on Beach Road
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Artea VivoCity cafe – tiramisu cake and bubble tea

Artea VivoCity

Artea VivoCity is another new attractive cafe in VivoCity mall that we had been curious to try but was unable to as it was usually crowded. We were there at an off-peak time recently and managed to get seats to eat tiramisu cake and drink tea in relative peace and quiet.

Artea VivoCity
Artea VivoCity
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Our visit to Nayuki VivoCity (奈雪の茶) bakery cafe for cheese tea and silly choco sesame buns

Nayuki VivoCity (奈雪の茶) is such a popular bakery cafe. We saw a long queue at the shop when we were there recently. Curiosity got the better of us. From the name, the cafe layout and the bread, we thought it was a Japanese cafe. Or maybe Taiwanese, because of its range of fancy teas. We were wrong on both counts. We later learnt from Retail News Asis (China’s cheese tea bakery Nayuki opens in Singapore) that it is a Chinese brand introduced to Singapore via a JV between Breadtalk and the Shenzhen company.

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