Published On: April 13, 2021- Last Updated: October 14, 2023- 3 min read-

Where to have brunch in Singapore: Newly Opened Cafés And Old Favourites

There’s no denying that Singaporeans’ favourite past time is to eat, whether we’re overseas or in town. With the borders still closed, foodies may be bummed out that we can’t head out to other countries to discover new food and take those IG-worthy shots.

But what we do still have though, are the cafes and bakeries located right in our own backyard. Sometimes, the best places to travel to is right in front of us. Here’s a list of newly opened and popular places to enjoy your brunch in Singapore.

Newly Opened

PIPES by HATTENDO –  3-in-1 concept: café, bar and all-day roasting gallery

Address: 331 New Bridge Rd, #01-02, Singapore, 088764
Opening Hours: 11AM – 4:30PM, 5:30PM – 10:30PM (Tues – Sat), 11AM – 7PM (Sun)
Contact: 8113 6096
Website: https://hattendo.oddle.me/

Connecting you to the best of Japan, PIPES by HATTENDO has a 3-in-1 concept: day café, night bar and all-day roasting gallery.

In the day, you can look forward to café menu items such as honey toast with soft serve, spicy chicken wings with yuzu mayo sauce, furikake fries, and their best-seller— the Katsu Sando, a syokupan sandwich with slowcooked Spanish pork collar cutlet. There’s no denying that this is a good place to have your brunch in Singapore!

Fans of their signature Japanese cream buns can also choose from five different flavours: Whipped Cream, Custard, Matcha, Azuki, and Chocolate. At night, this warmly lit place magically transforms into an izakaya, serving fresh sashimi and an exquisite selection of sake.

Image Source: Pipes

Prairie by Craftsmen – Gorgeous greenhouse café located near Bukit Timah

Address: Cluny Court, 501 Bukit Timah Rd, #01-05C, Singapore 259760
Opening Hours: 7:30AM – 10:30PM, Mon – Sun
Contact: 6972 9142
Website: https://www.facebook.com/prairie.sg/

When you enter Prairie by Craftsmen, you step into a gorgeous greenhouse café, with both alfresco and indoor dining areas. Breakfast is available from 830am to 1130am, with typical bites like Eggs on Toast, Smoked Salmon & Avocado Croissant, and fresh baked pastries.

Lunch is served from 12pm onwards, with different varieties of Starters, Mains like pasta, burgers, skinny pizza, as well as Dessert. Regular café hoppers may also be aware that the folks behind Craftsmen Specialty Coffee are also the proud owners of this newly opened café.

Where to have brunch in Singapore: Newly Opened Cafés And Old Favourites

Image Source: Prairie by Craftsman

Old Favourites

Tiong Bahru Bakery – Artisan bakery serving premium breads and pastries

Address: Foothills, Funan, Safari, Chip Bee Gardens, Raffles City, TANGS Orchard, Tiong Bahru
Opening Hours: 7.30am – 8pm, Mon – Sun (timing vary by outlets)
Website: https://www.tiongbahrubakery.com/

Open since 2012, Tiong Bahru Bakery is a beautifully styled artisan bakery and a perfect go-to place to order some baked goodies – croissants, Kouign Amann, chocolate danish, and lemon tart—accompanied with a cuppa. However, their pastries and breads are known to be costly compared to other cafés.

Tiong Bahru Bakery outlets are available at different locations like River Valley Road, Funan, Chip Bee Gardens, Raffles City Shopping Centre, and café hotspot Tiong Bahru. The branches in Funan and Raffle City mall have a wider menu range like Pulled Pork Creamy Risoni Pasta, Hot Chicken Salad & Caramelised Pumpkin, and 100% Sourdough Waffle-Savoury.

Where to have brunch in Singapore: Newly Opened Cafés And Old Favourites

Image Source: Tiong Bahru Bakery

Penny University – Halal-certified café in the East

Address: 402 East Coast Road, Singapore 428997
Opening Hours: 8AM – 8:30PM (Mon-Sun)
Contact: 6345 9055
Menu: https://www.pennyuniversitysg.com/

Another big favourite amongst the East-siders— Penny University, a Halal-certified café that is born out of a love of coffee discovered in London. But they serve far more than just coffee.

For your brunch in Singapore, choose from a wide range of food items ranging from fluffy French Toast, full English breakfast, to Duck Ragout as well as hearty Mac & Cheese, all at pocket friendly prices.

Where to have brunch in Singapore: Newly Opened Cafés And Old Favourites

Image Source: Penny University

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