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Best Cafes in the East

Best Cafes in the East

We round up the greatest hits in the east, for yummy nosh and stellar coffee with a side of good vibes.
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Guillemard Road's best has opened yet another gem a little further down east. Bring a good friend (or a good book) and leg on over to this zen, white-walled space for your late afternoon joe. Unlike the former, this outpost opens for dinner too — stay on for spot-on bites like the juicy, savoury Karaage Chicken with B&B Curry Sauce ($9).
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This lofty, sun-lit location should be on every eastside cafe-goer's list. Apart from the silky Scrambled Eggs ($7), the Live New Zealand Clams in Parma Ham Broth (from $18) is the community's current brunch crush — massive clams in a deliciously briny broth with bright pops of ikura and bread on the side. It's also 1-for-1 on Burpple Beyond! (Note that they're temporarily closed till 23 December 2018).
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Set at the fringe of the Bedok neighbourhood, this classy cafe makes an ideal spot for coffee and light bites. Go for a full-bodied Flat White ($5) or a nutty Coco Latte ($5.50), as well as the well-loved Banana Loaf ($10). The croissants are also delicious, with options for sweet Chocolate & Almond ($4.50) and savoury Hae Bee Hiam ($8).
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Located under a HDB flat along Sim's place, this 28-seater makes a quiet nook to spend relaxing afternoons. Coffee's smooth and a good deal at just $4.80 for a latte. On food, count on the kitchen to dole out unpretentious fare — favourites include the fork-tender Beef Cheek ($16.90) and a generously portioned Chilli Crab Pasta ($14.90).
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Bet on this stalwart cafe for consistently satisfying weekend brunches. Order the Chilli Scram ($18) with a kick and try the Katong-exclusive 40 Hands Cheeseburger ($20) that sees punchy beef and bone marrow patty topped with melted provolone — yum. The coffee, made with Common Man's roasty beans, doesn't disappoint either!
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Decked out in warm and cosy feels, this popular Muslim-owned spot in Tampines makes a mean breakfast! The Butcher's Daughter ($16) is what you're here for — an excellent medium rare cut with creamy eggs and a side salad. On coffee, the Muddy Espresso ($5.50) with cold milk does the job for hot, humid mornings.
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Open all week long, this mall joint lives up to its good-for-groups name with long tables across a sprawling space. Food's simple but hearty and delicious. Bring enough friends to share the spiced Pumpkin Pancake ($18), Croque Madame ($16) AND a Peanut Butter And Banana Waffle with Honey ($11) for dessert.
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