Hidden from the public eye is a 40-seater, unpretentious, cosy cafe that is fast becoming the talk of the town. It is located within the grounds of Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations in Bugis, next to the New2U thrift shop (where you can find TM Lewin shirts for $1 and $10 Miu Miu shoes). Paper Crane is the brainchild of an ex-magazine editor, who cooks alongside a Canadian chef previously from Wild Honey. The menu features simple Western grub and craft beers and ciders, perfect for unwinding after a long day. Come by with a group of friends and start your night of fun with the Popcorn Chicken with Spicy Coriander Mayo and Homemade Chilli Sauce ($10), and munch on fried chicken nibblets paired with homemade UBO Chilli Sauce ($15 for 350ml). The sauce takes two days to make and packs a mean punch, the perfect combo of meat and heat. Also good for sharing are their Kimchi Fries with Grilled Steak and Cilantro Mayo ($15) that is best paired with a bucket deal of five craft beers for just $40! For something less sinful and more substantial, order the Pan-fried Sea Bass on Pearl Barley with Grilled Asparagus ($25) made with the freshest fish from Ah Hua Kelong. Look out for the next monthly Trivia Night (last week of the month) held in collaboration with Magpie, and have a go at it with your friends while sharing five Asahi beers for just $30!