Café Melba (Goodman Arts Centre)

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Café Melba, a bespoke concept owned and operated by Tadcaster Hospitality, presents an ultimate casual all-day dining experience, a tranquil escape away from the bustling hectic city. Located within the luscious green compounds of Goodman Arts Centre (formerly LaSalle College of the Arts), Café Melba is a blend of influences from Melbourne (MELB) and Asia (A) with interpretations of Australasian dishes. This 120 seater café aims to deliver the perennial of classics and weekend roast; accompanied by gourmet coffees and luxurious teas.

90 Goodman Road
#01-56 Block N Goodman Arts Centre
Singapore 439053

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08:30am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

08:30am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

A hearty brunch with the full works that was bursting with flavours. It was a super filling and tasty spread that even had hashbrown, which was a rare sight and I loved it. 🥰

comes with three dips but the olive one really did have an acquired taste, the other two were amazing thou - even ate them with our truffle fries hehe - loved the crisp of the bread and it would be a great side dish to add some texture to your mains! also very impressed by the ambiance of the cafe, perfect for family/friend gatherings!! 💯🎉

Pour yourself some extra syrup." Featuring Banana 🍌 waffle from Cafe Melba.


The eggs were flowing with yolk but it wasn't a brunch that wowed me. Prices of the food were on the steep side but what I wished they could improved on was their efficiency.
I arrived at 1pm and there were a lot of empty tables yet everyone was waiting in the queue. The kitchen seemed to be unable to handle a half filled cafe as I was told the waiting time for food takes an hour.

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Aussie home style mignon steak, wilted spinach and white asparagus. Abundant of truffle but works just as well without.


The overall quality of the sandwich is better than expected. Excellent in terms of flavours and surprisingly instagram-genic. We had a good debate on the casual, bordering run-down setting of the cafe and how that may or may not appeal to the different appetite of customers. The serving was comfortable though smaller than the regular stack of cured beef expected, but I am not complaining at all because it’s the delicate balance of being just slightly not enough that leaves you carving for that little more.