Singaporean's Guide To Ulu Café Hopping

Price Range: $15-$27

Nearest MRT: Lavender

Instagrammability: Very High -
The Populus of Bugis, sans luxurious napkins. Choose between gloomy, overcast windows or a brightly-lit, air-conditioned alfresco area.

1) Pulled Pork Eggs Benedict [$18.00]
Brightly-coloured Chipotle Hollandaise was fine. The choice of American-meets-Indian marinade was a little weak for the pulled pork, and ultimately, becomes unmemorable.

2) Orange Cinnamon French Toast [$15.00]
My first reaction after slicing open the bread was, "Oh, it's white!" Orange cinnamon is a unique & welcome take on French Toast toppings, but it isn't aggressive enough to my liking. The two strips of brittle bacon snaps were great, but not enough to make a $15 brunch item.

3) Duck & Waffle [$22.00]
Waffle was hard and devoid of fluff & joy. The duck was good, but hitting just above the ranks of cheaper joints like Saveur. Meanwhile, the sorbet was actually lovely. Again, for its derived satisfaction, it's a bit overpriced.

4) Hot Chocolate [$5.00]
Comes with beautiful yet durable Lion Latte Art. Why'd you always Lion?

To me, the unevenly-coated, pale-in-the-middle $15 French Toast & tough Waffle represents everything disappointing with 20F; easy on the eye, but without inner substance to inspire a return.

Come Here: Maybe?

Started with one small stalls, they were "forced" to rent two more shop houses beside them (all of the shop houses weren't connected. .
Their milk tea and sandwich were so good that even the ex prime minster, Donald, made it his must go place. .
(If only this picture can zoom in) Notice the thin omelet between the white bread. The bread wasn't strained by the egg and prevented it turned soggy. Even though the omelet is so thin, it's inside still maintain runny. The corned beef was the main source of flavor. Together with the silky milk tea, my life was completed! .
Wai Kee Noodle Cafe 維記咖啡粉麵 .
🏠: G/F, 62 & 67 Fuk Wing Street / Shop D, G/F, 165-167 Pei Ho Street, Sham Shui Po
⏰: Mon to Fri: 6:30 – 20:30.
Sat, Sun & PH: 6:30 – 19:00

$5 for regular cappuccino ; $7 iced chocolate ; $9.50 red velvet cream cheese cake. Service is a little slow but prompt, good food & coffee. Will definitely be back

$16 for its waffle, it's so good! Worth every cent although the pricing is on the higher side. $7 for a pot of tea - oolong apple is very light & nice! But GST is not inclusive in the pricing. Good service too!


$10 for the waffle cup w/coffee. One of the most delicious coffee I've ever had, smooth texture and good combo with the white Choco, u can choose milk or dark chico too. Service is excellent!


$3.80/100gram. There's about 6 flavors to choose from. Original are our favorite by far, creamy yet light texture. Best of all its all using organic product and stevia is widely use in all flavors in substitute of sugar. The ambience and staff are great.

$6 for tomyam ; $6 for green curry ; $3 for thai-milk tea (each) and $5 mango sticky rice. Food is great with wonderful customer service. It's very authentic and pocket friendly too!

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$5.50 for regular cappuccino ; $6.50 for regular Caramel Cream. Great ambience, lots of great insta-friendly corner.

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Tasty all-day-breakfast. Side dishes on the higher side of value, but the churos is quite tasty not the best but if you are willing to spend around $13-15 it's worth a try. Great coffee with good roast.


Great value, good place for those seek authentic Malaysia food! Starting $3 for chicken rice, $5 clay pot rice and $2 chendol


Ambience is one of the best, quiet environment. Food is big portion and could share between two ladies. All-day breakfast and the Caesar chicken salad is definitely tasty!

Good coffee, it'll be great if there's tables to sit and chillax but it's still ideally located with great staff. $4 for a small coffee