September Coffee

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Started by our love for good food, coffee & ambience, September Coffee was born. Offering different experiences to customers in one location, we serve an exclusive brunch and fusion menu in the day, and offer a romantic and cosy dessert haven at night.

258 South Bridge Road
Singapore 058807

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11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 05:00pm


11:30am - 08:30pm

11:30am - 08:30pm

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If you like thick and creamy sesame I think you’ll love this!
It’s so fragrant and doesn’t get too heavy.

Opt for a shot of espresso cause they go so well together, i don’t drink coffee that much, but this one is good.

It’s a really nice minimalistic place with good vibes, would come here to try the food next time.

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Why not get your brunch fix at September Coffee, a short walk from Chinatown MRT. Inspired by cafe scenes like South Korea & Thailand, it advocates the beauty of simplicity with greenery.

Boosting an extensive menu for a cafe, from classic Fried Chicken French Toast ($18) to small bites like Tiger Prawn Toast ($14) and unique creamy Masago Udon ($23). They are tweaking the menu during my visit, so do give them time.

Don’t miss their beautiful crafted drinks such as Iced Black Sesame Latte ($8) and Burnt Chocolate ($7)


Checked out the new and rather aptly-named September Coffee which had recently opened its doors in September 2022 — they are also one of the few new cafes that have recently sprouted up at South Bridge Road. Being located at one end of South Bridge Road, September Coffee is situated at the side that is closer towards Chinatown where Breakfast Hola! and the South Bridge Road outpost of Jin Yu Man Tang Dessert House are located; a short walk away from both Chinatown MRT Station as well as the soon-to-open Maxwell MRT Station on the Thomson-East Coast Line. The facade of the shophouse seems to have been repainted into a shade of grey; the interior being decked in a rather contemporary style that is modern yet easy to the eye — the space is brightly-lit, while it is decked with furniture and fittings that features shades of white, grey, green and red which we found to be pretty warm and welcoming especially with the use of plants that brings a look that is closer to nature. Just like any other cafe that does specialty coffee, September Coffee’s menu does have a section that features All-Day Brunch (think the Hearty Brekkie — essentially their big breakfast platter, and the Fried Chicken French Toast), while the menu also consists of sections dedicated to Pasta, Specialty Udon, Dessert Thick Toasts, Mains, Small Bites & Sides and Plated Desserts. The list of beverages here includes specialty coffee (brewed using beans from local coffee roasters PPP Coffee which operates PPP Coffee at Funan and Chye Seng Huat Hardware), matcha and various types of tea (from Matchaya), as well as other special concoctions that are listed as September Signatures which are further split into Coffee, Non-caffeinated and Iced Refreshers.

Visiting September Coffee during its dinner service on a weekday, we were pretty surprised by how crowded the space was — this also meant that they had sold out of quite a number of items such as the Fried Chicken French Toast which we were intending to try. We found ourselves going for the Miso Mushroom Pasta instead; coming with elements such as Shimeiji Mushrooms, White Button Mushrooms, Miso Cream and Linguine, our order saw the Linguine being swopped out and replaced with Shell Pasta instead as they were already out of linguine when we made our visit. We were honestly not expecting much out of the Miso Mushroom Pasta initially — after all, it did sound like a simple dish that is meant to cater for those who are vegan / vegetarian. That being said, we found this dish to be really delicious as it gets really as one digs into it further; no doubt the shell pasta was done al-dente and provided a good bite whilst it was also able to catch the Miso Cream sauce within that further gives sufficient flavour to the dish; all that without having come with too much cream sauce that it ends up puddling at the bottom. The Miso Cream was really the element that drives the entire dish here; it starts off being like a normal cream sauce — sufficiently dense and creamy but it gets more interesting with every spoonful of shell pasta. The miso adds a distinct savoury and sweet earthiness that gives an added contrast of flavours to the pasta, whilst also carried a garlicky note for some extra punch — something which we cannot seem to get enough of. Coming with Shimeiji Mushrooms, the mushrooms provided an earthy note with a bit of chew, while the fried potato strips atop provided a light crispness without being in any way greasy.

Having also tried the Wagyu Beef Brisket, Iced Black Sesame Latte and Einspänner at September Coffee, we did really find ourselves enjoying all the items we had; we were actually quite pleased with the portion of the Wagyu Beef Brisket which seemed to be on the generous side, whilst also coming with elements such as Wagyu Brisket, Chipotle Soy, Shallot Puree and Potato Strips — some of which being elements we would probably expect to find in a bistro setting rather than that of a cafe that serves up specialty coffee. The Einspänner is also well-executed; a balance of sweetened, non-dairy cream with coffee — something similar to the “macchiato” milk cap that one would get at a bubble tea shop which is a pretty easy-to-drink concoction especially for as a casual cup of coffee during dinner. With such levels of quality in their food, September Coffee is off a really good start; a little disappointed that we have yet to try out their signature Fried Chicken French Toast, whilst also skipping on dessert since they were either sold out or not yet started serving the items listed on the Plated Desserts section of their menu — guess a return visit to September Coffee is in the books after all. A destination that cafe-hoppers should definitely make a visit to at least once; somewhere with an environment that would work for a girl’s night out without the alcohol, or even somewhere that is suitable for intimate dates — though we would suggest making the trip there earlier to avoid the crowds and the situation where various items would be sold out.

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