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Sun Ray Cafe

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Sun Ray Cafe is a pet-friendly cafe offering restaurant style food and specialty coffee roasted in-house by certified baristas, with a cosy, welcoming and intimate ambience.

79 Brighton Crescent
Singapore 559218

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06:00pm - 10:30pm

06:00pm - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

09:30am - 10:30pm

09:30am - 10:30pm

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Huge fan of their dedication to good food and affordable prices (and you can bring your dogs!). Their pastas have always satisfied and you get a generous four prawns in a tasty aglio olio pasta (though ours today was a little undercooked). But no complaints, we’ve been here many times and it’s always a great experience that’s friendly on the wallet.


This pasta comes chock full of ingredients; think soft shell crab, prawns, fried fish all on top of a tasty chilli crab pasta. Very value-for-money and yummy too!


Drop by this Serangoon joint for affordable nosh that you can enjoy with your pet. Dogs are allowed indoors, but keep them leashed! Fans of seafood will love the delicious Chilli Crab Pasta ($14) that sees dory slices, tiger prawns and soft shell crab on a bed of linguine, with a raw egg to stir into the sauce. Treat yourselves to the tea-riffic The Black Sea ($7), where a generous dollop of coconut ice cream sits in two shots of espresso and topped with genmaicha tea leaves.
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Over at Sun Ray Cafe, a pet-friendly establishment run by Parchmen & Co, you can order the collaborative dessert named Imagine Harmony. The dessert comprises of a scoop of Tie Guan Yin ice cream presented on a bed of sugared almond flakes, and is dressed with crushed coffee meringue, coffee white chocolate, and effervescent fruit salt. To be consumed like a “tea-ffogato” a small pot filled with cold brewed Tie Guan Yin is served alongside and best enjoyed together after dousing the elements with the concoction. Salty, sweet and nutty, I enjoyed the subtle sharpness of the fruit salt. Individually, the creamy consistency of the ice cream and the bittersweetness of the coffee also paired well but the elements might be a little overwhelming for some as a whole - a good option nonetheless as an after-meal treat.


Imagine Harmony is a dessert that will be available at Sun Ray Cafe, the cafe started by the same people who started Parchment & Co, from 20 September. This is Tie Guan Yin ice cream on sugared almond flakes, crushed coffee meringue, coffee white chocolate popcorn and effervescent fruit salt. There was a myriad of flavours and textures in this which I really enjoyed because it’s really unique.

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Definitely value for money. There was also fried fish and prawns hiding behind the soft shell crab. The sauce wasn't too spicy too.