10 Cafes With The Best Coffee in Singapore

Where should we go for the best coffee in Singapore? The general standard of coffee in cafes in Singapore is high these days.  Independent roasters, champion baristas continue to contribute to the vibrant coffee scene in Singapore. Coffee used to be an afterthought, simply a drink to complete a meal. These days, the coffee dictates where some of us choose to have a meal. Of course what is “the best coffee” in Singapore is subjective. Our latest list of the best coffee in Singapore is based on what we have tried (so far).

Cafes in Frankel Avenue, best coffee in Singapore
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KINEX Mall – Restaurants and Food Places

(Updated July 2019) KINEX Mall (previously known as One KM Mall) in Tanjong Katong is situated between City Plaza and Haig Road Food Centre. The mall is linked to the residential tower known as Katong Regency and is a five minute walk from the Paya Lebar MRT station. There is no lack of eating places at KINEX Mall – whether you just want coffee, snacks or something more substantial.

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Lunch at Halcyon & Crane, new cafe at Paragon Orchard Singapore

Halcyon & Crane is a new cafe at Paragon Orchard, Singapore. This new restaurant by the people behind Birds of a Feather has taken over the space on level 3 Paragon that previously housed O’Coffee Club. On our last visit to Birds of a Feather, we were impressed by the attractive decor and good service, a big leap from the usual bare industrial look of new cafes in Singapore. We were curious to see how the new Halcyon & Crane cafe would be like.

Halcyon & Crane
The new Halcyon & Crane cafe at Paragon Orchard

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Lunch at Czegs’ Cafe in Richmond, a small town near Hobart, Tasmania

One way of exploring Tasmania is to use Hobart as a base.  Quite a few attractions can be covered as a day trip from the city.  There are some small towns to explore near Hobart.  Richmond Village about 30 km from Hobart.  Its two historic attractions are Australia’s oldest bridge (built in 1825) and Australia’s oldest Roman Catholic church, St John’s.    The town itself is a pretty place. We had lunch at Czegs’ Cafe in Richmond. It was a decision we did not lightly make as we only had the chance to have only one meal there. It turned out to be a good decision.

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