5 NEW Brunch Locations In Singapore You Must Check OutBest Eats
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Brunch has slowly become an integral aspect of the Singaporean weekend, with endless cafe options sprouting out month after month. If you're on the hunt for some new haunts to visit, we've rounded up a few you may enjoy.
1. Open Farm Community
Location: 103E Minden Road
Sityated at Dempsey Hill, Open Farm Community is a collaboration between Spa Esprit Group, Chef Ryan Clift of Tippling Club and Edible Gardens. Spanning more than 35,000 sq ft, the restaurant is surrounded by an ocean of greens, sitting right in the centre of their very own edible garden.
The people behind the initiative are seeking to connect the community and nature, and with it comes this beautiful dining experience in a tremendously refreshing environment. The food served is of course freshly harvested, both nourishing and visual in nature.
2. Grain Traders
Location: 138 Market Street
Grain Traders was started by the same people who run Kilo, and they aim to provide patrons with a hearty meal. Their menu contains a huge variety of options, so you're spoilt for choice be it for breakfast or dessert.
For those who still can't quite settle on one of the pre set menu options, they can build a bowl, selecting your favourite grains, vegetables and proteins to make for a personalized meal. Besides the great food, their setting is gorgeous too, majority of it doused in concrete and wooden elements, the minimalistic approach absolutely fitting.
3. Muji Cafe
Location: #04-36, 290 Orchard Road
The shop floor at Muji outlets are constantly crowded, and credit goes to their sleek Scandinavian furniture and lifestyle picks. Now, they've enhanced the shopping experience at the Paragon outlet, having expanded to fit their very own cafe.
Available are a variety of Japanese dishes and desserts, including curry rice and hot or cold deli options. It's healthy and no doubt tasty, so we're seriously hoping the team considers adding this concept to even more Muji branches across the island.
4. The Coffee Academics
Location: Level 2, 6 Scotts Road
Scott's Square's shoe haven, Pedder On Scotts, is currently housing The Coffee Academics, a cafe originated from Hong Kong. They're known to be one of the most excellent coffee experiences, so we're thrilled they've made their way here.
The official cafe opens later in December, and for now they're only a pop-up. But you can still get your caffeine fix all the same, and in less than two months they'll expand to include seven sensory stations revolving around coffee and tea.
5. Karafuru Desserts
Location: 8 Jalan Klapa
Japanese dessert lovers ought to give this place a try, their specialties lie in both Japanese inspired eclairs and yoghurt parfaits. Just a glimpse at their rows of perfectly decorated eclairs will have you salivating, so we're pretty sure you'll be tempted to try more than a single flavour.
The parfaits are definitely more filling, accompanied by a serving of pudding and cake, the appearance as inviting as the eclairs. All in all, everything here seems to be a dazzling sight with amazing bursts of flavour, tempting you to pretty much have dessert for brunch.
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