Sitting down to brunch with a couple of friends can be such a relaxing thing to do especially on a weekend. It’s a great way to unwind and to spend some quality time with the people who matter most.
So instead of wasting your time looking for the perfect brunch spots, we’ve created the ultimate guide to the best Sunday brunches in Singapore so that you can totally find something to suit your budget and taste quickly.
1. Boufe Cafe
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Boufe Cafe is fairly out of the way if you don’t have a car but if you’re willing to make the trek, you’ll find a beautiful and cosy cafe with great food.
If you’re feeling ravenous, try Boufe’s big breakfast, the Triple B ($20). If you have a sweet tooth, the Brioche French Toast ($17) is a favourite of many of the regulars.
To end your meal, try some of Boufe’s incredibly Instagrammable desserts like their unicorn cake ($9) which is made of a coconut mousse.
308 Tanglin Road #01-01 (Phoenix Park)
Tel: +65 6734 7656
Mon to Sun: 9am-8pm
Relish is a cosy and very pretty cafe located on the second floor of Cluny Court which is opposite Botanic Gardens.
They have an all day brunch menu with delicious buttermilk pancakes ($12). If you’re feeling like having something less traditional, try their Bangers & Potato Rosti ($18).
Relish also has a daily breakfast set which includes eggs, coffee and toast ($8.90) from 9am-11am if you’re feeling like having an affordable brunch.
501 Bukit Timah Road, #02-01 (Cluny Court)
Tel: +65 6763 1547
Mon to Sun: 9am-10pm
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The Providore at Mandarin Gallery is a beautiful place for a Sunday brunch because of its central location and the fact that it has an indoor an outdoor seating arrangement. If it’s a cool day, the outdoor seating is a gorgeous place to just people watch.
If you’re trying to be healthy, opt for the Smashed Avocado on Toast ($18.50) which is served with poached eggs and is very filling.
If you’re a picky eater or not very hungry, design your own brunch with the Providore’s selection of sides. Choose from a variety of eggs, smoked salmon, sausages, mushrooms and more to craft your perfect meal. The sides range from $5.50 to $8.
333A Orchard Road, Mandarin Gallery #02-05
Tel: + 65 6732 1565
Mon to Sun: 9am-11pm
Common Man Coffee Roasters is a familiar name with brunch and coffee enthusiasts because of their cosy location and their reputation for amazing coffee that they roast using their own roaster.
Try their Organic Eggs Benedict ($24) which is a favourite for most regulars. If you’re feeling hungry, their Full Breakfast ($26) is sure to hit the spot!
#01-00, 22 Martin Road
Tel: +65 6836 4695
Mon-Sun: 7am – 9.30pm
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Jones The Grocer has a number of outlets but one of the most picturesque and relaxing would be their Dempsey branch.
Try their Banana & Walnut Bread ($14) or their Hotcakes ($14) which are delicious and great if you have a sweet tooth.
Block 9 Dempsey Road #01-12 (Dempsey Hill)
Tel: +65 6476 1512
Mon: 9.30am – 6pm
Tue - Fri: 9.30am – 11pm
Sat - Sun: 9am – 11pm
Sarnies is a great place if you re looking for a hearty and delicious breakfast without much of the frills.
Try their Smoked Salmon with Scrambled Eggs ($23) if you’re not sure what to order because the combination of the slightly salty smoked salmon with the perfectly cooked eggs will be the perfect.
If you’re looking for something heartier, try their Fry-Up ($25.90) which has more meat and bacon in it to completely fill you up.
136 Telok Ayer Street
Tel: +65 6224 6091
Mon - Tues: 7.30am – 10.30pm
Wed – Fri: 7.30am – 12am
Sat - Sun: 8.30am – 4pm
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Assembly Ground, which is located at The Cathy, is a cosy cafe and their brunches are certainly for people who prefer something heavier and more filling.
Try the Assembly Brunch ($19.50) for a taste of everything from eggs to potato gratin. The meal is filling as well as incredibly delicious.
If your tastes are a little bit more specific, try the Eggs Zoey ($16.50) which is poached eggs with smoked salmon and hollandaise sauce and brioche.
The Cathay #01-21/22/23, 2 Handy Road
Tel: +65 67333375
Tues- Sun: 10.30am-10pm
8. Breko Cafe
Breko Cafe is a hole in the wall cafe located along the stretch of food joints in Holland Village. It is a cosy place that can get quite crowded over the weekends. However, if you go during the off peak timings, you can enjoy a peaceful and quiet cafe with incredible food.
For a traditional meal, try the Eggs Benedict ($14.90). You are sure to get that perfect shot of the runny yolk over the English muffin.
For something heavier, try the Beef Mac ’n’ Cheese ($15.50). The pasta is not overcooked and the cheese served with it is rather generous. There is also a large helping of green chili, yellow courgette and ground beef that comes with it.
38 Lor Mambong, Holland Village
Tel: +65 6468 4424
Mon - Thu: 9am – 12am
Fri: 9am – 2am
Sat: 8am – 2am
Sun 8am – 12am
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Antoinette is a classy French establishment which serves up an incredible brunch from 3pm to 6pm.
Antoinette’s Breakfast ($25), which comes with a drink as well as eggs, bacon, sausages and more, is a definite crowd-pleaser. If you’re looking for something sweeter, try their pancakes ($18) which come with berries or sausages.
30 Penhas Rd
Tel: +65 6293 3121
Sat - Sun: 11am - 10pm
Mon - Fri: 11am - 10pm
SPRMRKT recently reopened in Cluny Court and their new location is just as sleek and beautiful as their last one.
Try their Avocado on Toast ($13) which is a simple but delicious dish that will surely make your day. If you’re feeling hungrier, try their Smoked Salmon and Spinach Egg White Omelette ($16) which is served with brioche.
501 Bukit Timah Road, 02-13 Cluny Court
Tel: +65 9736 4170
Mon-Thurs: 8am - 8pm
Fri - Sun: 8am - 10pm
11. Robert Timms
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Robert Timms originates from Australia and its one of the most established bistros there. In Singapore, Robert Timms is generally a place where you can expect to have a very chill and hearty breakfast.
The Baked Eggs ($20) is great if you don’t mind a tomato undertone in your food. If you prefer something more Westernised, try their Bacon, Eggs & Waffle ($18) which gives you a taste of everything.
501 Orchard Rd, 01-02/03 (Wheelock Place)
Tel: +65 6735 9201
Mon - Sun : 8am - 11pm
12. Drury Lane
Drury Lane is a very cosy and homely cafe. Personally, it makes for an affordable and great place to have a solo brunch with a good book or some music.
The cafe is also pretty well known for their unique creations.
For example, if you’re a fan of salted eggs, try their Salted Egg Yolk Eggs Benedict with Grilled Prawns ($17). The salted egg yolk is served with prawns and crunchy kale to make the perfect dish.
If salted eggs aren’t your thing, try their Baked Eggs with Smoked Trout and Capers ($14). The dish is served with baked beans that are made in-house daily.
94 Tanjong Pagar Rd
Tel: +65 6222 6698
Mon – Fri: 8am – 6pm
Sat - Sun: 9am – 6pm
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Stamping Ground Coffee is located along Upper East Coast Road which can make it a bit out of the way if you don’t live in East. However, if you’re in the area, this is totally worth the detour.
The cafe features a floral-themed interior which is perfect for the Instagrammer in you.
The cafe only has three breakfast items on their menu but each dish is so well thought out and delicious that you can totally excuse them for their lack of variety.
Try their Avocado on Toast ($13) for something healthy and filling. For something a bit more unique, try their Bacon Jam ($14) which is a slice fo brioche with bacon, mozzarella, arugula, and balsamic on it.
87 Upper East Coast Road
Tel: +65 9070 7610
Tue - Sun: 9am - 6pm
14. Kith Cafe
Kith Cafe is the place to go if you’re going to brunch with a bunch of picky eaters. With their extensive brunch menu, there will certainly be something for everyone.
Try their Smoked Salmon Sous-Vide Eggs (S$19) or their Poached Eggs & Avocado ($16.00) if you’re feeling hungry.
If that’s not your style, you could always go for their Grilled Sandwiches ($10.00) or their Pulled Pork & Eggs ($24.00).
163 Penang Road, #01-01 (Winsland House II)
Tel: +65 6235 0582
Mon-Sun: 7.30am – 10pm
15. Whisk & Paddle
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Whisk & Paddle is a pretty well-known cafe in the millennial circle.
For a unique spin on a classic dish, try their Smoked Salmon Benedict ($13). Instead of being served on bread, the dish is presented on a waffle which gives it a whole new depth.
Another dish to try if you’re a sweet tooth would be the French Toast with Bacon and Scrambled Eggs ($15.80).
10 Tebing Lane, #01-01
Tel: +65 6242 4617
Closed on Mondays
Tues – Fri: 3.30pm – 10.30pm
Sat - Sun: 9.30am – 10.30pm
16. Baker & Cook
As the name suggests, Baker & Cook is a cafe that specialises in bread and pastries.
For something simple but good, try their Simply Scrambled Eggs ($14) for some eggs on toast. Another must-try would be their Baker & Cook Deluxe Granola ($13).
While you’re there, don’t forget to sample some of their well-known breads. You can get a selection to share with an order of their Baker & Cook Freshly Baked Bread Selection ($10).
77 Hillcrest Road
Tel: +65 6469 8834
Sun - Thurs: 7am - 8pm
Fri - Sat: 7am - 10pm
17. Super Loco
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Super Loco is a Mexican restaurant with a pretty unique brunch menu Mexican-inspired brunch menu. If you’re looking for a unique twist on your usual eggs on toast, this is for you.
Try their Breakfast Burrito ($15) if you don’t know what to get. It’s a wrap with scrambled eggs, chicken, cheese, quinoa and more. A great meal all wrapped up in a neat package!
If you’re looking for something just a little more traditional, try their Omelette Divorciado ($22). This is an open omelette with sourdough bread and either sausages or mushrooms.
60 Robertson Quay, #01-13 (The Quayside)
Tel: +65 6235 8900
Mon - Fri: 5pm - 12am
Sat - Sun: 10am - 3.30pm, 5pm - 12am
If you love art or just need some peace, Arteastiq is the place to go. This is a cafe that also doubles as an art studio.
You can enjoy your brunch while also participating in art sessions!
For something unique to accompany a unique experience, they their Salted Egg Yolk Capellini ($23). You an also try their Flight Fantasy Free Range Eggs ($16) if that’s more your style.
333A Orchard Road #04-14/15 (Mandarin Gallery)
Tel: +65 6235 8370
Mon - Fri: 11am – 10pm
Sat - Sun: 10am – 10pm
Photo Credit: Symmetry
Symmetry is a cosy cafe with many opportunities for the Instagrammer in you. Their cafe features naked brick walls and dim lights which is perfect for a great picture or a quiet brunch date.
If you’re looking for something really filling, try their Big Breakfast ($24). You could also try their Eggs Benedict ($20) which is a favourite among most regulars.
9 Jalan Kubor #01-01
Tel: +65 62919 901
Mon: 10.30am – 9pm
Tue - Thu: 10.30am – 11pm
Fri: 10.30am – 12am
Sat: 9am – 12am
Sun: 9am – 7pm
20. Sacha & Sons
Sacha & Sons is a deli which is modelled after the deli’s one can find in New York. They serve their own take on New York deli food and has managed to gain their own loyal following for their great food.
For a delicious but hearty breakfast that is not too far out of your comfort zone, try their Scrambled Eggs with Sturgeon, Smoked Salmon, Caramelized Onions and Bagel ($18). If you’re craving something sweeter, go for their Blintzes ($12) which are stuffed crepes with sour cream, cheese and food compote.
333A Orchard Road #03-02 (Mandarin Gallery)
Tel: +65 6735 6961
Mon - Fri: 10am - 10pm
Sat - Sun: 9am - 10pm
21. Two Bakers
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Two Bakers is another cosy cafe to try out if you’re looking for a place to have a lazy weekend brunch date.
Try their Pandan Blueberry Hotcakes ($11.80) for an explosion of unique flavours that compliment each other very well. You could also try their Avocado Ricotta Toast ($10.80) for something more traditional but still just as delicious.
88 Horne Road
Tel: +65 6293 0329
Mon, Wed, Thu, Sun: 9am – 6pm
Fri - Sat: 10am – 10pm
The Coffee Academics is certainly no stranger to people especially after it was voted to be one of the best coffee shops in the world by publications such as Vogue, CNNGo and Buzzfeed.
The cafe is extremely well known for their coffees because they use speciality coffee beans to craft their brews.
Aside from their coffee, The Coffee Academics does whip up a mean brunch. Try their Acai Berry Bowl ($15) for an extremely healthy breakfast. You could also try their Scrambled Eggs with Crayfish ($23).
6 Scotts Road, Level 2 Scotts Square
Tel: +65 6538 1940
Mon - Sun: 9am – 9pm
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Strangers Reunion is a cafe that is relatively out of the way but if you venture out to it, you will find a cosy and very hipster cafe with incredible food and a wonderful atmosphere.
The cafe’s weekend brunches run from 9am to 5pm and they have a variety of sandwiches as well as traditional breakfast items.
Their Eggs Benedict ($15) is a popular one to try. It is served with poached eggs and a choice of smoked salmon or ham.
If you like sandwiches, you can try their Classic Smoked Salmon ($9) sandwich.
37 Kampong Bahru Road
Tel: +65 6222 4869
Mon – Sun: 9am – 10pm
24. The Hangar
The Hangar is the place to go if you enjoy classic Australisn food. The cafe’s menu is inspired by Melbourne classics and will certainly appeal to everyone.
Try their Epic Bacon and Egg Roll ($13) or their Scrambled Salmon Wrap ($14) if you’re in the mood for a wrap. You can also try some of their more daring items such as the Halloumi Creme Fraiche ($24) or their Smoked Rib Shaksuka ($23)
25 Arab Street
Tel: +65 6291 0127
Sun - Mon: 9am - 6pm
Tues - Wed: 9am - 9pm
Thurs: 9am - 10pm
Fri: 9am - 1am
25. Paddy Hills
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Paddy Hills is another Australian inspired cafe which is fairly out of the way. The best part about the cafe though is the fact that it is far enough away from the crowded areas that it will give you a very peaceful brunch.
Try their Berry Muffcake ($20) if you’re looking for something to brighten up your day as well as your Instagram feed. You can also try their Golden Folded Eggs ($18) which actually has laksa pesto in it!
38 South Buona Vista Road
Tel: +65 6479 0800
Mon - Fri: 10.30am – 5pm, 6pm – 9.30pm
Sat - Sun: 9am – 5pm, 6.30 – 9.30pm
26. Bridge Cafe
The Bridge Cafe functions as a cafe during the day and turns into a restaurant and bar at night. It is very minimalistic and simple but also casual and fun.
Their brunch menu isn’t the most extensive but they do a great job with what they have and make it totally affordable at the same time.
Try their Egg Florentine ($15) which comes with an English muffin, sautéed spinach, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. You can also try their Truffle- Honey French Toast ($13) which is a favourite of many of the regulars.
31 Seah Street
Tel: +65 6333 4453
Tue - Thurs: 11:30 am – 10pm
Fri: 11:30 am – 11pm
Sat: 11am – 11pm
Sun: 11am – 5pm
Closed on Mondays.
Photo Credit: PARK at Holland Village
Park is a pretty well-known cafe mostly because of it’s convenient proximity to the MRT station. Despite being convenient, the cafe still manages to remain cosy and beautiful with indoor and outdoor seating.
If you’re craving something sweet, try their Ricotta Pancakes with Honeycomb Butter ($12.80). The cafe also features familiar classics such as Eggs Benedict ($16.50), Eggs Royale ($16.50), and PARK Big Breakfast ($18.80).
Do note though that their breakfast items are only available until 5pm.
281 Holland Ave #01-01
Tel: +65 9721 3815
Tue - Thu: 11am – 12am
Fri - Sun: 11am – 2am
Atlas Coffeehouse is a gorgeous cafe which is conveniently located a short distance away from Botanic Gardens MRT station.
If you’re craving something sweet, try their Butterscotch Banana Pancake ($18.50) or their Candied Bacon Buttermilk Waffles ($14) which comes with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream. If that’s not really your style, try their Creamy Mushroom on Sourdough ($12) which is big enough for two people to share.
6 Duke’s Road
Tel: +65 6314 2674
Tue - Sun: 8am – 7pm
Photo Credit: Rise & Grind Coffee Co.
This cafe is located at the first floor of Bukit Timah Plaza and features a small but cosy cafe with both indoor and outdoor seating. The cafe serves brunch from 9am to 3pm every day.
Try the Hangover Cure ($18) if you’re feeling hungry. It comes with bacon, mushrooms, avocados and packed eggs on brioche. You could also try their Avocado Toast ($12) or their Egg Benedict ($12).
Bukit Timah Plaza
1 Jalan Anak Bukit #L1-CA1
Mon, Wed to Thu, Sun: 9am – 9pm
Fri & Sat: 9am – 10pm
Club Street Social is a versatile cafe that act as a neighbourhood restaurant, bar and coffee shop. It his tucked away in a quiet corner of Singapore and you would probably miss it if you didn't know it was there. However, this only adds to its charm.
While their brunch menu is relatively small, everything on it is excellent. Try their Pulled Pork Baked Beans ($16) of their Braised Lamb Hash ($20) for a filling but delicious meal. If you’re feeling like something sweeter, try their pancakes ($16) or their House Made Granola and Berries ($14)
5 Gemmill Lane
Tel: +65 6225 5043
Mon-Fri: 12pm - late
Sat: 11am - late
Sun: 11am - 4pm
31. The Bravery Cafe
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The Bravery Cafe has earned its name as being on of the best coffee shops in Singapore. It has great coffee and delicious brunch options that will give you a great start to your Sunday.
For something simple and classic, try their Eggs on Toast ($8). For something a little more elaborate and Insta-worthy, go for their Pancakes Stack ($15) which comes with with bananas, honey and ricotta cheese.
66 Horne Road
Tel: +65 9388 2973
Wed - Mon: 8am – 8pm
32. The Lokal
The Lokal is an Australian-inspired cafe which serves up both local and western brunch options. Perfect if you have a large group who cant decide what they want to eat or picky eaters.
The cafe also serves up breakfast from 9am to 3.30pm so late starts are totally acceptable here.
If you’re like me and like to customise your own breakfast, go for their Pimp My Breakfast option where you can choose between a wide variety of breakfast options such as eggs, smashed avocado, vanilla yogurt and even kimchi.
If that isn’t your style, try their Kaya Toast ($6) or their Lamb Baked Eggs ($20). If you’re feeling really hungry, go for their Slipper Lobster Roll ($26))
136 Neil Road
Tel: +65 6423 9918
Monday - Tuesday : 8am - 4pm
Wednesday - Friday : 8am - 10pm
Saturday: 9am - 10pm
Sunday: 9am - 4pm
33. Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters
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Pacamara is a cafe that is really all about their delicious but also totally Instagrammable food.
If you’re a fan of eggs benedict, try their Truffle Benedict ($18) which is one of the most popular ones in Singapore. It’s served with two poached eggs, smokes ham and a toasted brioche. The truffle which is added to the hollandaise sauce is what really makes the dish stand out.
You could also go for their Caramel Banana French Toast ($16) which is great if you have a sweet tooth.
185 Upper Thomson Road
Mon - Sun: 9am – 11pm
Brunches at Hanis, which is located at the National Library and is the Hala version of Hans, is a great place to have a hearty and simple breakfast.
While you won’t anything too fancy or Instagrammable here, the food is really affordable and good and the location is airy and peaceful. The perfect place to relax with a good book.
Try their breakfast sets which start at $5.80 for eggs, bacon and toast. It’s available till11.30am. You could also try out their selection of sandwiches and cakes.
100 Victoria Street #01-01 (National Library Building)
Tel: +65 67086769
Mon -Sun: 8am - 10pm
35. Cafe Melba
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Cafe Melba is a gorgeous cafe located in a glass building. It’s totally stylish and sleek which makes it a great place for a weekend brunch.
The cafe has an all-day brunch menu and some of the highlights are their Caraway Marbled Bread and Avocado ($18) or their Smoked Bacon Burger ($24).
90 Goodman Road, #01-56 Block N
Tel +65 6440 6068
Mon - Fri: 10am – 10pm
Sat - Sun: 8.30am – 10pm
Oriole is no stranger to most as many would have passed it if you frequent the Somerset area a lot (or if H&M is your favourite clothing store ever).
The cafe serves up breakfast items all day and has a wide variety of items to choose from. For something really filling, try their Fully Loaded (S$22) which comes with just about everything you could imagine in a breakfast dish.
You could also try their Bircher (S$12) which is Greek yogurt mixed with granola, oats and fruits.
96 Somerset Road, #01-01, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard
Tel: +65 6238 8348
Sundays - Thursdays: 8am – 11pm
Fridays - Saturdays: 8am – 12am
37. Wild Honey
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If you’re willing to spend a little more money, Wild Honey at Scotts Square is the perfect place for a gorgeous and delicious brunch.
Try their English breakfast ($24) for something hearty and classic. If you’re not that hungry, try their Norwegian breakfast ($26) which comes with poached eggs and smoked salmon.
6 Scotts Road
Level 3 Scotts Square
Tel: +65 6636 1816
Mon - Fri: 9am – 10.30pm
Sat - Sun: 8am – 10.30pm
38. Curious Palette
Curious Palette is located along Princep Street and is one of the most hidden gems you can find there. The shop has no proper signage and it is buried among many bars. Which is why its surprising to find that it is almost always really packed.
The interior is very hipster and millennial with a lot of natural light and white.
For something really Instagrammable and delicious, try their Berry Ricotta Hotcake ($18.90). The dish is big enough to feed two and looks almost like a mini garden on a plate.
Don’t forget to try some of their incredible coffee while you’re there too. Their Magic ($5.50), is served in beautiful cups with different colours and tastes exquisite.
64 Prinsep Street
Sun - Thurs: 9am – 10pm
Fri - Sat: 9am – 12am
Photo Credit: Old Hen Coffee Bar
Old Hen Coffee bar is a hidden cafe located along an extremely unassuming stretch of cafes and shops. In fact, you would likely miss if you didn't know it was there.
However, if you do seek it out, you would find a cosy and very pretty cafe which serves up all-day breakfast.
For something simple, try their Eggs On Toast ($9) or their Avocado on Toast ($12.50).
For something a little sweeter, their Banana Chocolate Waffles ($11) is an incredible choice. It comes with four quadrants of a waffle with a lot o chocolate sauce, nuts, banana slices and a hearty dollop of green yogurt. You might want to share this dish it if you aren’t a big eater.
88 Rangoon Road, #01-03, Farrer Park
Tel: +65 6341 5458
Mon, Wed, Thurs & Fri: 12pm - 10pm
Sat: 10am - 6.30pm
Sun: 10am - 10pm
40. Bread & Hearth
Bread & Hearth is a cosy cafe which is well-known for their amazing bread selection.
Try their Avocatoast ($12.80). This comes with eggs and a choice of ham, bacon, salmon or mushrooms! Perfect if you like a customised brunch order. You can also try their Signature Breakfast ($14.80) which is really filling and yummy.
30 East Coast Road
Tel: +65 6348 8068
Mon - Sun: 8am - 6.30pm
41. Habitat Coffee
Habitat Coffee is is cosy cafe that has remained a favourite for many. They have delicious and affordable food and great coffee that has earned them a loyal following.
For a simple dish that is hearty as well, try their Eggs Tomato Relish (S$15) which has two eggs, spinach and bacon cooked and served in tomato sauce.
You could also try some of their sandwiches ($9) which make for a great breakfast.
223 Upper Thomson Road
Tel: +65 6456 2567
Tue to Sun: 10am – 10pm
42. M Seven Cafe
M Seven Cafe is an affordable cafe which serves up some pretty incredible breakfast. The best part is that they serve breakfast all-day so you can totally still have breakfast at 4pm if you choose.
Try their Truffle Scrambled Eggs ($9.50) for a unique spin on a classic dish. If you are really hungry, try their Big Combo ($9) which features pancakes, bacon, sausages, chicken and eggs.
1 Selegie Road, #01-12, POMO
Tel: +65 6873 2776
Mon - Sun: 10am - 10pm