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We love Luxe’s scandinavian style – modern, minimal, yet cozy. It’s great for groups, too, with long communal tables you don’t typically find in most other cafes.
Their brunch fare is quintessentially Aussie – think lots of eggs, avocado, and toast.
#01-04 The Working Capitol Building, 1 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089109
NEXT: Curious Palette ?
Clean white walls, woody furniture, and lots of natural light make up the minimalist space of Curious Palette, poetically decorated with hanging bulbs, and refreshing potted succulents.
Run by the same folks behind the popular cafe Strangers’ Reunion, they serve up reliable brunch fare and a great cuppa.
64 Prinsep St, Singapore 188667
NEXT: The Laneway Market →
The Laneway Market is the perfect cafe to spend a rainy weekend afternoon – its woody, cozy interior is made even more homely with dried flowers hanging from the ceiling.
Popular dishes include the Dashi Risotto and the Laneway Carbonara with sous vide egg.
266 Tanjong Katong Rd, Singapore 437053
NEXT: Boufe Boutique Cafe ?
Housed in the beautiful colonial building Phoenix Park, Boufe Boutique Cafe has an equally amazing interior to match. The monochrome interior is brought up another level with the interesting mix of textures.
The café also shares its space with an in-house boutique with lovingly curated products, from accessories to homeware and more.
308 Tanglin Rd, Singapore 247974
NEXT: Fynn’s ?
Trust the swanky South Beach to house design-smart dining concepts. Fynn’s is daintily decked out with marble and rattan, and adorned with greens for a pleasant finishing touch.
Hearty brunch favourites include the All-Beef Burger and Grilled Chicken Fried Wild Rice bowl, while the desserts are generous enough for two to share.
#B1-21 South Beach, 26 Beach Rd, Singapore 189768
NEXT: Antoinette →
Antoinette’s lush look, is reminiscent of an elegant Parisian boudoir, makes this French-inspired cafe worthy of its reference to Marie-Antoinette, the last Queen of France.
They’re famous for their Salted Egg Yolk croissants; want a hearty brunch? Try the L’oeufs en Meurette, poached eggs with red wine sauce served with toasted Levain bread.
#02-33/34 Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Rd, Singapore 238897
NEXT: Hyde & Co ?
Hyde & Co.’s clean, pristine aesthetic carries an English charm, while this wall decal (#truth, btw) has served as a backdrop for many an Instagram photo.
The café recently turned halal as well, but their selection brunch fare is still stellar, from Chicken and Waffles to Banana Walnut Pancakes.
785 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198753
NEXT: Gallery & Co →
With its artistic mix of textures and patterns, Gallery & Co. Is every bit deserving of its space in the National Gallery – it could almost be an exhibition itself.
By Pinky Chng, March 2017
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