Bee’s Knees draws inspiration from the highly social, evolved behaviour of bees. Located on the ground level of The Garage, Bee’s Knees aims to pollinate the Gardens with warm hospitality, sincere, and genuine service. It is a fun, laidback and family-friendly all-day-dining garden café and bistro, with takeaway options and retail offerings.

50 Cluny Park Road
Level 1 The Garage
Singapore 257488

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm



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One of the better scrambled eggs offering out there, paired with two juicy pork sausages and tater tots. What can go wrong with tater tots? Arugula complements the dish nicely, while I feel that the cranberries sweet-and-sourness sticks out like a sore thumb. The portion is for two (diners, or meals)! Also you can choose either scrambled or poached eggs. A good place for alfresco brunch after strolling through Botanic Gardens, albeit slightly expensive. Not for the coffee, though. Mains (including sandwiches, salads and the snacks) are also only available after 11pm.
In frame: egg (scrambled) with pork sausage, dried cranberries, tater tots, arugula, and Turkish bread [S$17.00++]

Scrambled Eggs, Kurobuta Ham, Walnuts, Tater Tots, Arugula, Roasted Tomatoes, Turkish Bread $17
Peanut Butter Nutella Milkshake $8.50

The bread was dry and stale, eggs overcooked and the oily tater tots had the stale oil taste.

Ordered 2 breakfast plates - one was with a portobello and the other with Kurobota ham. (Appearance and taste wise- it looked like any other ham.)

Everything here is self service from the moment you head in.
1. Find your own seat
2. Order at the counter
3. Retrieve your glasses of water if need be.
4. Floor staff and cashier staff seem a little tired and they weren't smiling or seemed helpful towards the patrons. It can appear as a turn off for some customers.

The coffee was so-so and some of the food appeared on our table barely warm. The place is beautiful but I'm not sure if I'll be back for the food and service here.

Love the thick broth that makes this dish so perfect. The prawns were extremely tender and fresh and there's smell of BBQ grill on them. For the price you paid for, with the generous serving of prawns and yummy broth, it's worth it.

Bad food, piece of plastic in apple carrot cake muffin... nope.

They paired well with the banana, coconut & ice cream. While the ice cream tasted more like plain vanilla drizzled with Gula Melaka, I wasn't too bothered as all the different ingredient flavours nicely came together to make for a yummy dessert. But for 3 thin slices, $14 is too hefty a price (when compared to their mains averaging $16)
📍Bee's Knees @thegaragesbg, 50 Cluny Park Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens, S257488

Couscous | Homemade Falafel | Roasted Pumpkin | Charred Cauliflower | Baby Carrots | Watercress | Tahini Vinaigrette | Feta Cheese | Brown Dates

So just wanna grab a coffee and chill. Not sure if they had improved, but the last time we went to Bee's Knee the coffee were either too acidic or taste like syrup. Only redeeming factor was the rich creamy glass of coconut milkshake!

Chanced on this cafe with a lovely ambience and al fresco dining area within Botanic Garden; and is one of restaurants closer to the gate at the Botanic Garden mrt. The pizza was topped with a sweet-salty combination of caramelised onions and bacon, but definitely not truffle-ly enough for my liking. And also, found the pizza dough a little too tough and chewy after awhile. Preferred the tomato-based pasta dish; the braised beef was well-cooked and really tasty 😊

Honey or lemon, I'm not sure either as they seem to use it interchangeably. If you're expecting strong zingy lemon curd then this isn't for you since it leans toward sweetness, though there is a distinct Rosemary taste. If only they taste as good as they look!

Despite its aesthetic appearance, this belongs to a type of Belgium waffles which was dense and chewy.
As much as I enjoyed the apple compote and greek yogurt pairing, the waffle was abit too much for me to handle.

Pretty decent sized pizza for its price however, overall taste was disappointing. Wished they were more generous on all the ingredients like the truffle carbonara sauce base as it was so thinly spread, we couldn't taste any hint of truffle. Not quite sure if there was cheese on this pizza as similarly we couldn't taste much. The lack of sauce & cheese was probably why the pizza turned out really dry & was tough to swallow without the help of a drink. Bacon bits were nice, savory & crisp. Rocket leaves were sparse.

A good portion. Pasta flavors were a tad flat, sauce was watery. Could do with more zesty tomato & rich lamb flavors. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't utterly disappointed. Much more after seeing they had a great swanky kitchen. 😕

Good coffee. Would drop by here to chill on a weekend afternoon for coffee & cake among nature. 🌳 Nice to see that they have alfresco seatings that's dog-friendly! 🐾

Located within The Garage at 50 Cluny Park Road accessible from Singapore Botanic Gardens are Bee's Knees and Botanico; the former an all-day dining cafe while the latter is a fine-dining restaurant opened only for dinner at the time of writing.

Currently on soft-launch phase, only pastries and tarts are available with the beverages (though there is only espresso and long black off their coffee menu) for now though they have plans to serve more substantial items such as pasta soon. The Honey Lemon Rosemary Tart is pretty much like your Lemon Meringue Tart but with interesting flavours of Rosemary running within the tart base. Lemon curd is hidden within the fluffy, airy torched meringue; though a tad solid, carries a manageable zing that is pretty subtle while the leaves come with herbed flavours yet dusted with sugar crystals for a crisp yet light sweetness. Pretty floral and definitely fits into the surrounding vibes well being in Singapore Botanic Gardens, while the place is also decked in a Wildseed Cafe-esque interior that is slightly more tropical and raw with loads of lush green and pebble elements alongside the a cemented wall that are used in the decor.

(PS: the nearest gate to The Garage at Singapore Botanic Gardens would be the Melati Gate, but I would let you guys figure out the way to the gate anyway because I am kinda selfish and it looks like a great spot to chill at after class ... 😂)

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