6 Upper East Coast Road
Singapore 455200

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08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

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The taste is surprisingly good. Do order it with the vanilla ice cream. Great dessert to end off.

Mentaiko mac & cheese + sriracha chicken eggs ben + lychee rose iced tea was delicious. Went on a Sunday at 1pm and the queue was about 30min-1h, so be prepared to wait if you're going on the weekend. On the bright side, you can go get a coffee at Stamping Ground while you wait!

Five Oars showcases exposed brick walls, warm lights and open spaces with no shortage of planters around at their East Coast location. Besides stellar coffee, Five Oars also has brunch plates that will put you in the perfect weekend mood! Their Mentaiko Mac & Cheese ($16) is a crowd favourite; a cheesy, umami bomb with bits of crab and prawn throughout. Another plate not to miss is their Crab Scramble ($23), housemade sourdough with a blanket of creamy scrambled eggs, topped with sweet crab meat, feta, ebiko and a kick of spice from the togarashi on top.
Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua

Five Oars’ waffles are made from a sourdough batter.

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Spacious with indoor and outdoor seatings, instead of the previous white minimalist they transformed it to a warm cozy area with exposed brick walls, in-house plants and warm lights. It reminds me of a cafe in Melbourne, can you guess which?

Summer Fruits Waffles ($18) is both aesthetically pleasant and vegan friendly. Made with sourdough waffles, it is a joyful jumble of berries, caramelised fig, housemade granola and vanilla ice cream. Compared to buttermilk waffles, this is more chewy and dense but it doesn’t taste sour at all.


There’s a half an hour window where the kitchen team takes a pause (so no hot food will be served during this time) between 530pm-6pm to turn from their Day menu to their Night menu, so we decided to have coffee and cake before dinner.
Turned out to be a wonderful decision.
This Honey Yuzu Cake had lovely fluffy layers of sponge and a brave amount of tang, something I find lacking in most other Yuzu cakes. The next time I order this, I won’t be sharing it!