20 Aesthetic Brunch Spots In Singapore That Will Feed More Than Your Feed
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Tucked into the glorious Zaha Hadid-designed d’Leedon condominium on Farrer Road, this newly opened coffee house serves up one of the most delicious flat whites we’ve had in a while. And the food is pretty decent, but our favourites are the open-faced sandwiches that come with a variety of toppings.
Opened by A Poke Theory and located in the Esplanade, Alter Ego offers poke bowls like its sister café in addition to the usual brunch options. If you’re tired of queueing for those fish skin chips, Alter Ego offers their own twist on the popular snack; they even made a chicken skin version!
Atlas prides itself on its sustainable Specialty coffee, custom-roasted by local roasters. Their pancakes look too good to eat, and the café itself is very Instagrammable. Book a table in advance because we hear that there’s almost always a queue.
Singapore Badminton Hall is home to this café, a small space that looks out to Guillemard Road. Make your way down to try their bottled Iced White coffee and delectable Oven-Baked Molten Eggs – it’s definitely worth the trip.
If you’ve never been to this café before, it’s likely that you’d completely miss it. It keeps the facade of a hardware store, but the interior is far from greasy. They rotate both their coffee and their food based on the season so check their website to keep updated!
The latest outpost by the brains behind Common Man Coffee Roasters, this cosy nook on Stanley Street is one brunch spot that you won’t want to miss. Besides serving up a mean cuppa, the menu incorporates local produce where possible, making the dining experience that much more special.
The extremely aesthetic space is located in CHIJMES and has appeared non-stop on our Instagram explore page. Try their open-faced sourdough toasts and seasonal coffees while basking in the perfect selfie light.
One of the many brunch places in the Upper Thompson area, their marble tables give that perfect backdrop for a flatlay of your food or coffee. Try their elusive bottled coffees before they’re all gone!
Waffle-lovers rejoice! Montana serves a variety of sweet and savoury waffle dishes that you’re bound to love. Try their Mac & Cheese waffles and dance at the dance studio next door to burn off the calories after.
Located at the corner of the street further down from Habitat, Pacamara takes the white aesthetic to a whole new level. Try their coffee and brunch menu, but go early because they don’t take reservations.
The café very borrows the aesthetic from the London concept of what a 17th century Penny University, though it may be a little too dark indoors for your instagram shots. The café is Muslim-owned, and vegan and gluten-free options are also available.
Another option if you’re in the central business district, Sarnies is a small cafe that serves up a big menu. We suggest sitting outside if you need a little more legroom or arm-space when you’re grabbing your fork to attack the food.