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LOWERCASE is a cafe-bar nestled in McNally Street; a place for people, food and the arts to unite. Fresh, original and hand-crafted, our food selection is dedicated to satisfying your taste buds. In the arts, we are a stage that promotes rising talent. Our venue is spacious and well-equipped, providing you with the capacity and flexibility to hold both big and small events.

1 McNally Street
#01-01 Block D
Singapore 187940

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09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm

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Ordered the lowercase breakfast and nonya chicken rice. I had so many expectations from other reviews but they turn out to be so disappointing. The breakfast set is two miserable pancakes with scrambled eggs,ham and sausages and the nonya chicken rice was unappetising. Are there any dishes within lowercase? Please share with me, I am curious to know.

For chill vibes, live music and delicious food, put this cafe-bar housed in LaSalle on your list! On a la carte plates, go for the Lemon Tuna ($17) pasta, featuring al-dente spaghetti, tuna chunks and anchovy bits tossed in a delightful cream sauce finished with a hit of lemon. If you're here with a group, the yummy thin-crusted pizzas are great for sharing, like the fragrant Truffle Mushroom ($10). Don’t miss out on their house made Gelato with Waffles ($7) as well, featuring flavours like Salted Caramel and Pistachio atop freshly prepared waffles.
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Portion is small for the price, presentation so so, tasted ok but made up by the nice Hojicha latte and cool ambience, very relaxing and cosy, tucked inside LaSalle college

Food was decent but ambience was perfect for catchup with friends.


Features a cream base pasta cooked with tuna chunks, and tossed in lemon juice, anchovy bits and capers, before garnishing with chilli flakes, cherry tomatoes and wild rockets. Cooked al-dente, the pasta noodles boost a firmer, drier texture, while the generous addition of tuna chunks embedded within and rediscovered in every bite was a delight to the tastebuds and fared well as a refreshing combination. Its so light on the tummy and I felt like ordering one more but restricted myself from doing that 😅 ($14.50).


We ordered: Beef Bolognese, Alfredo and Iced Latte, Sprite

While looking for a cafe nearby with free wifi, I chanced upon Lowercase. The atmosphere is homey and cosy, with warm lights in the room.

The area has a wide glass window on the first storey, blessing it with much natural light. The cafe is filled with comfy sofas and plenty of proper sitting chairs for those who’d like to mug for exams. There is a bookshelf of books and a mini stage which looked like it was formerly used for gig nights - it is now filled with tables and chairs on it too.

The staffs are friendly, and there are a variety of options for diners. The pastas were priced at an average of $16 which was relatively pricey, given that they were mostly vegetarian - making the takeaway rice bowls that are super affordable at $6.50. Limited options available for rice bowls though. We topped up $2 to get coffee for the lunch set as well, making the total bill $18.

The beef bolognese got a little boring for my tastebuds after a few mouthfuls. The portion is just fine. The Alfredo tasted better, without the “jelat” feeling that my friend was dreading!

Latte was a little too astringent for my liking, but adding the sugar syrup helped. The staffs were friendly and warm :)

They accept Favepay as well! #cashback 😋

Overall, I love the ambience. It’s perfect for chilling on a lazy afternoon or mugging with friends, but couples may find it intrusive as the tables are placed quite close to each other. I figured the noise may become too loud for some people during peak hours since it’s an enclosed area.

Price-wise, I wouldn’t pay that money to have that kind of food. I’d rather have some Chinese food outside the cafe before popping by to do some work or reading!