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Featuring The Populus Coffee & Food Co., RONIN, Atlas Coffeehouse, Common Man Coffee Roasters, Boufe Boutique Cafe (Tanglin), Sin Lee Foods, Riders Café, Dapper Coffee, VXX Cooperative, Hustle
Kathleen Linney
Kathleen Linney
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Kaya toast $8?! yes, we really ponder what is so special and glad that we tried. The combination on the plate is good. A refreshing way of having kaya toast.

my friend told me there is this Atas Kaya Toast.. which has gula melaka.. maybe i should try that when i am back here again

Located on Craig Road, Hustle Co is a cafe that serves brunch grub, hearty mains and best of all, 12 rotational craft beers on tap! With long communal tables to accommodate large groups, tasty dishes all day long (they start at 9am) and drinks till midnight, you know where we'll be after a hard day's work. The offerings for lunch and dinner differ, so you can try different items each time you visit. If you're coming for brunch, opt for the crowd favourite Salmon & Rosti ($23), topped with a generous slice of pan-seared salmon and salmon roe, and wash it all down with a cup of their excellent Coffee (from $3.50). In the night, sink your teeth into their Dirty Burger ($19), a 160g beef patty sandwiched between two brioche buns, garnished with bacon, taleggio and cheddar cheese, and served with a side of fries. When it's available, order a pint of the 8 Wired Flat White Coffee Milk Stout (from $9). The New Zealand brewed craft beer features a traditional milk stout with the addition of Cuban and Brazilian coffee. We're hooked.
Avg Price: $30 per person
Photo by Burppler Winston Goh

originally came here for brunch but we missed the time (until 11)☹️ so we had lunch instead!
got the risotto, spaghetti and watermelon crab salad - they all tasted p good!!! nice ambience as well~ but the price point is the problem LOL
overall had a great meal, would come back for meals to celebrate special occasions~

After learning about VXX Cooperative from Burpple Blog, I was very curious to visit this place and see what they have to offer, but because I already had dinner before visiting, I thought I can just come by for coffee or desserts.

The struggle is real. The Reverse Affogato (S$9.00) appeared to be the most seductive dessert on their menu because of the collaboration with Apiary SG and the use of Nylon Coffee's Seasonal Single Origin Espresso. Other than that, the honeycomb crumble topping just added some texture to the ice cream. And this is a reverse affogato because the ice cream is coffee-flavoured and the liquid is spiced milk.

So for every spoonful of ice cream I scoop into my mouth, there is this mild but pleasant spice taste. Just chillax and immerse in the ambience.

Situated within Phoenix Park in the Tanglin area, Boufe (the word a portmanteau of "boutique" and "cafe") Boutique Cafe shares a space with Ohvola boutique. The usual brunch fare such as Eggs Benedict, Brioche French Toast and Croque Madame are served, but you should really try Boufe's Big Breakfast or "Triple B" ($21). Creamy scrambled eggs, sauteed mushrooms, bacon, sausages and a freshly baked buttery croissant — not a bad way to start your day at all.They serve fantastic pastries as well, of which the Strawberry Shortcake ($8) and Citron Tart ($5.50) stand out. Given the quality of the food and the killer combination of spaciousness, chic decor and warm ambience, this place will only become more popular with time.

You're not going to find your typical eggs ben for brunch here. Instead, expect to be surprised by unusual combinations like their Salted Egg Sweet Potato Fries ($12), which are great for sharing. Probably the most surprising is the Aburi Broccoli Salad ($12), a truly inspired dish of torched broccoli topped with shaved parmesan, cracked pappadum and coconut sugar. You wouldn't expect it to work, but it just does. For a hearty main, don't hesitate to order the Beef and Grains ($24), a Japanese-inspired dish that is all umami and super hearty. Finish off with the Banana Beignets, and if you'd like to go all out, have their Malted Pie Crust Shake ($9) as well ;)

This is most certainly the place you ought to go to for a lazy guilt-free afternoon. The GF Redemption bowl propels you on the healthy living/ eating skill. Definitely enjoying the chill vibes from this pretty place, although the healthy food might not be as appealing.

Ronin - Drink - Genovese Coffee - Wicked (Hot/Cold) (💵S$6/S$8) Ronin's Signature Minted Mocha ☕️

This much raved about drink combines Chocolate, Coffee & Peppermint. More of Chocolaty & Nutty, lighter on the Coffee making it Rich & Tasty which is easy on the palate. 😋

ACAMASTIPS & GTK💮: Their Coffee is from Genovese Coffee Blend imported from the land down under, Australia. 🇦🇺
This might be the one of the only cafes in town that doesn't use local coffee roasters or from those "Small Batches, Artisanal, Organic Coffee Farmers" these 'words' have certainly been overused, abused & marketed. Just give me my typical Kopitiam Uncle or Aunty La Kopi Gu Yu anytime, made using the Sock! 🖖🏻

Here's a place that requires advance planning, what with the never-ending stream of customers on weekends and fairly inaccessible public transport. If you don't drive, it is best to have your friends convene at Dhoby Ghaut to share a cab to Martin Road (it costs around $4.50). Everything's good, albeit slightly pricey, but we say zoom in on the Turkish Common Man Breakfast ($25) — phyllo-wrapped soft boiled eggs that reveal golden molten centres, served on a bed of velvety hummus. Olives and beautifully breaded and fried feta add a good salty punch, while cucumbers and tomatoes keep it fresh. Get your hands dirty and grab the pita to mop up the glorious mess. Alternatively, go for the crowdpleasing Organic Eggs Benedict ($24, opt for sourdough). The two poached eggs are stacked atop unbelievably tender braised ox cheeks and drizzled with chive hollandaise. Be sure to save space for the Fluffy Brioche French Toast ($18) — two slices of super eggy brioche served with Kapiti ice cream and berries compote — so simple yet so worth its steep price. Have the baristas recommend which filter coffee to try; if not, the Flat White ($5) seals the deal just fine.

Avg price: $30 per person
Photo by Burppler Cephas Lim

By the same people behind Assembly Coffee comes Atlas Coffeehouse, an expansive, lofty Bukit Timah cafe decked out in marbled tiles and deep sea blue walls. Great for both quick coffee runs and long, lazy brunches, sail by for a Flat White ($4.50) and start the day with a relaxing read by the window bar. For brunch, get the ATLAS Super-Bowl ($17), a healthy yet tasty grain bowl filled with toasted quinoa, roasted squash and zucchini and tender peanut sesame pulled chicken. For more classic brunch flavours, go for the Creamy Mushrooms on Sourdough ($12) — a generous heap of mushrooms cooked with a splash of white wine and sundried tomatoes, which you must pair with the silky smooth Scrambled Eggs ($3 for add on). For dessert, we favour the Mixed Berries Compote Waffles ($12.50) over the pancakes — they are similar in taste but the former is lighter and more affordable. Pro-tip: It gets a little crowded at lunch time, so it's best to pop by around 11am.

Avg price: $25 per person
Photo by Burppler Xinyi Fu

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