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Singapore Unique and Quirky Cafes to Spice Up Your Coffee Break

Singapore Top 10 Unique and Quirky Cafes to Spice Up Your Coffee Break

Singapore is known for its vibrant food scene, and its cafe culture is no exception. With so many options available, it can be overwhelming to choose where to go for your next coffee break. That’s why we’ve put together a list of the top 10 unique and quirky cafes in Singapore to help you spice up your next caffeine fix. From hidden gems tucked away in narrow alleys to cafes that double up as art galleries, there’s something for everyone on this list. So, whether you’re a local or a tourist, grab your friends and head on over to one of these cafes for an unforgettable coffee experience.

Singapore Unique and Quirky Cafes to Spice Up Your Coffee Break

#1 – Tiong Bahru Bakery


The story of Tiong Bahru Bakery began with their founder’s zest in wanting to positively impact people’s lives. Inspired by French artisans, they began on our journey to master the handmade craft of baking. They pride ourselves on using time-honoured techniques and respecting culture. They lovingly source and curate the best ingredients, so that everything can be baked to perfection for you.

Menu Items:

  • Croissant ($4.8)
  • Baguette ($5.2)
  • Pulled Pork Bun ($13.1)
  • Lemon Tart ($9.7)

Location: 56 Eng Hoon Street
#01-70 Singapore 160056

Contact: +65 6220 3430

Website: Link here


#2 – The Bravery

Introduction: It takes courage to do something different. For us, it was to create a space where good food and great coffee can go hand in hand. In a place that is inviting, and from the heart. Where one could come in as a stranger, and leave as a friend. See you soon at the Bravery. 

Menu Items:

  • Avo & Eggs ($15)
  • Big Brekkie ($24)
  • Deep Fried Breaded Ireland Oysters ($16)
  • Hummus & Pita ($13)

Location: 50 Amoy St, Singapore 069876

Contact: 9248 4391

Website: Link here


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#3 – Chye Seng Huat Hardware


Situated along Tyrwhitt Road in the Jalan Besar district of Singapore, Chye Seng Huat Hardware (CSHH), was home to several metal and hardware companies of the past. The name of the building, which means to ‘flourish again’, was collaboratively conceived by the landlord and PPP Coffee, to pay tribute to the hardware heritage of the site and vicinity. Today, CSHH is the home and flagship store of PPP Coffee. Within this beautifully conserved Art Deco shophouse houses the Roastery, the CSHH Coffee Bar, the Annex and the C-Platform. 

Menu Items:

  • PPP Coffee Throwback ($21)
  • Supernova Drip Bags – Fusion ($30)
  • Marou Chocolate Bar 24g ($6.50)
  • Oatside Oat Milk – Barista Blend ($6.50)

Location: 150 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207563

Contact: 6299 4321

Website: Link here



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#4 – Wheeler’s Yard


“Step into the world of Wheeler’s Yard, where bicycles, coffee, food and all things vintage meet. Located right along the Whampoa park connector, a hidden bicycle-themed cafe awaits your discovery.

Whether it’s cycling down for a hearty meal with a group of friends or spending an afternoon reading a book while sipping on a warm cup of coffee, one can easily find a reason to visit Wheeler’s Yard.

Housed within a massive industrial warehouse, the luxury of space here allows everyone to break away from feeling claustrophobic and slow down their pace while soaking up the atmosphere.”

Menu Items:

  • Eggs Benedict ($20)
  • Crab Mayo ($17)
  • Broccoli Bowl ($14)
  • Chilli Crab Fries ($16)

Location: 28 Lorong Ampas, Singapore 328781

Contact: +65 6254 9128

Website: Link here


#5 – The Fabulous Baker Boy


Their Story

Located within the buzzing city and historical concave of Kampong Glam, their all-inclusive cafe is perfect for families and friends to have brunch and dinner. Their TFBB family are eager to spread joy to all.

Their Menu

They serve luscious bakes and amazingly wholesome food produced by hand where the ingredients are sourced from their local best and those in the region. Their menu items are inspired by Ju’s travels and old secret recipes as well as flavours and dishes from the past and present.

Their Vision

Wearing our heart and soul on their sleeves, we trust that their patrons leave their restaurant with joy. They love to have their customers feel included no matter who they areand have the best time with them.

Menu Items:

  • DUCK CONFIT ($26)

Location: 28 Aliwal St, #01-01, Singapore 199918

Contact:  +65 8951 7716

Website: Link here


#6 – Fong Sheng Hao


Fong Sheng Hao started out in 2013 as a humble street food stall in the famous Shilin Night Market in Taipei before it gained fame and two branches within Taipei. It has made the lists as one of Taipei’s top 10 must-eat breakfasts, and a local saying goes that “A beautiful day starts at Fong Shen Hao”. 

Menu Items:

  • Spicy Pork and Egg Cheese ($8)
  • Ham and Cheese ($7.5)
  • Braised Pork Rice ($9.5)
  • Cane Flavored Black Tea ($3.9)

Location: 10 Paya Lebar Rd, #B2-04, Singapore 409057

Contact: 9757 8550

Website: Link here


#7 – The Book Café


The Book Cafe has been operating at the corner of Mohd Sultan and Martin Roads since 2000. Nestled in the Robertson Quay community, they offer a second-living room space where folks can chill, browse, drink and eat. Comfort food you can count on, all day long, everyday.

Menu Items:

  • Chipolatas & Bacon ($15.95)
  • Prosciutto ($21.95)
  • Pancakes, Eggs & Bacon ($12.95)
  • Muesli ($10.95)

Location: 20 Martin Road, Seng Kee Building, #01-02 Singapore 239070

Contact: 6887 5430

Website: Link here


#8 – Atlas Coffeehouse


Nestled in the heart of the Bukit Timah neighbourhood. Our home for the past 5 years. At Atlas, we emphasize heavily on three things: precision, seasonality and quality.

They are big believers in taste. They constantly experiment with the classics while adding twist to them. Their coffees are specialty grade gathered from reputable farms around the world. We look for quality and executed with consistency & precision.

Menu Items:

  • Salmon Soba Bowl
  • Cereal Prawn Pasta
  • Mushroom Bacon Carbonara
  • Strawberry Maple Pancake

Location: 6 Duke’s Road, Singapore 268886 

Contact: 6314 2674

Website: Link here


#9 – The Coastal Settlement


The Coastal Settlement is a casual dining restaurant, café and bar, surrounded by lush trees, shrubs and green fields; you can even take a peek of the sea while dining. Occasionally, you can chance upon a cruise ship sailing by and cackling hornbills in their flights.

The interior is decorated with all things of the past – literally a museum filled with retro memorabilia, paintings, vintage vehicles, nostalgic gadgets and antique furniture. Their menu is also carefully curated to incorporate various local flavours with a contemporary twist. Take a moment here, relax, imagine, savour, enjoy, and reminisce the old days gone by. Tell your family and friends about this place, there will be much to talk about!

Menu Items:

  • Chicken Crackers ($16)
  • Wagyu Beef & Mushroom Pizza ($29)
  • High Tea Set ($19/pax)
  • Long Island Tea ($17)

Location: 200 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508529

Contact: 6475 0200

Website: Link here


#10 – Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa


At The Cat Cafe, they strive to provide the perfect combination of cats, coffee, tea and pastries. Due to their Singapore HDB’s strict regulations, they understand that Cat Lovers like yourselves are unable to keep cat(s) at home (at least not legally). They want to create an environment where you can interact with felines, safely. Their Cats were all once strays, so don’t be surprised if they look familiar to you.

They offer freshly brewed coffee, top-notch tea and freshly baked pastries. Come on here to have both your taste buds and furry instincts satisfied!

Menu Items:

  • Whole day pass ($40)
  • Americano ($5.5)
  • Chicken Mushroom Pe ($6)
  • Brownie Ice-cream ($8)

Location: 241B Victoria St, Singapore 188030

Contact: 6338 6815

Website: Link here


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