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Top 5 Cafés That Serve The Best Brunch In Singapore

Top 5 Cafés That Serve The Best Brunch In Singapore

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Eateries everywhere are adapting to the pandemic situation, including cafés. Now, many of them are also offering delivery services so people can enjoy the brunch and café experience at home.

While ordering food in is a convenient thing to do in this on-demand world, sometimes it’s nice to eat outside.

But with that said, soon, everyone can leisurely enjoy the tranquility of dining in an al fresco setting. As long as everyone observes and practices safe social distancing measures.

In the meantime, as we prepare to return to normalcy, here are the top 5 cafés that serve the best brunch in Singapore.

 

Indulge In Exquisite Brunch At Singapore’s Top 5 Cafés

 

prive cafe singapore
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1. Privé

The great thing about Privé is the ambience it exudes in all of its thematically consistent outlets.

From their idyllic waterside locations to their chic urban ones, brunch-goers can slowly sip their latte and whet down their order of Privé’s signature Ultimate Big Breakfast.

Take in the calming sights of the sea at the harbours of Keppel, or the hustle and bustle of museum visitors at CHIJMES as you savour their decadent desserts and innovative finger foods.

Address: 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore 098382 (For the other outlets, visit their website.)

Website: theprivegroup.com.sg/prive

 

open farm community cafe singapore
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2. Open Farm Community

An urban farm-to-table concept brought to the masses through the joint collaboration of The Spa Esprit Group, celebrity chef Ryan Clift from the Tippling Club, and the pioneer of urban farming, Edible Garden.

Nestled in luscious greenery atop a small hill along Minden Road, Open Farm Community prides itself in using homegrown ingredients found right in their front yard.

Brunch is only available on the weekends, from 11am to 5pm, at Open Farm Community. So, try not to sleep in for too long or you’ll miss out.

Do try the OFC Beef Burger, which has a vegan-friendly option which is made of the Impossible patty, and the Homemade Bakkwa Waffle for a savoury, unique take on the Western chicken-and-waffle combo.

Address: 130E Minden Rd, Singapore 248819

Website: www.openfarmcommunity.com

 

panamericana cafe singapore
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3. Panamericana

Located near the far-end of Sentosa, Panamericana provides brunch-goers with a view that overlooks the southern coast.

While there is none of the typical brunch fare of egg benedicts and waffles, Panamericana serves up great meaty delights.

Their savoury side bites are just as mouth-watering and you can pair it with a glass—or a bottle—of their house pours.

On weekends, they offer their Long Lunch menu, which lets diners customize their own platters. Choose from oysters to Crispy Pork Belly to their Patatas Bravas, or just order up a large platter for six.

If you don’t feel like sharing, you can choose from a variety of ‘Plates’, such as their Wagyu Burger & Fries and Burrata.

For desserts, we recommend Panamericana’s wonderful churros. Don’t let their simple presentation fool you—those churros are addictive.

Address: Sentosa Golf Club, 27 Bukit Manis Rd, Singapore 099892

Website: www.panamericana.sg

 

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4. Wild Honey

Breakfast is definitely the most important meal of the day. This is why Wild Honey has made it their mission to make the first meal of anyone’s day, wildly delicious.

This well-known brunch spot boasts a wide variety of breakfasts from different international cuisines. Savoury, sweet, or even spicy, there is something for every palate on the Wild Honey menu.

From the hearty American meal to the saccharine Belgian waffle breakfast, any picky eater will be able to satiate their cravings.

Mediterranean? European? Or Byron Bay-style? Wild Honey has an unparalleled range of brunch options.

Address: #03-01/02 Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Rd, 238897 Singapore

Website: wildhoney.com.sg

 

the halia cafe singapore
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5. The Halia Restaurant

Tucked away in a cozy corner of the one-hectare Ginger Garden at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, The Halia Restaurant is known for its culinary creations and ambience.

For the early-risers, you’ll be happy to know that The Halia serves their breakfast menu starting from 9am. Brunch on the weekend begins from 10am and diners can enjoy free-flow freshly brewed coffee and tea until 12pm.

If you are looking to just unwind and have a relaxing brunch, The Halia Restaurant certainly offers a quiet escape.

As you sip your coffee and indulge in your European-fusion brunch at The Halia, the floor-to-ceiling windows let you bask in the soft sunlight that’s perforated by the foliage of greenery.

Or, take things slow with their Fresh Yoghurt Pot and a soothing cup of tea at the outdoor seating area and soak up nature’s healing energy.

Address: 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden Singapore Botanic Garden, Singapore 259569

Website: thehalia.com

 

Enjoy Brunch All Day, Every Day

 

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There is no reason to not love having brunch. It’s a time for socializing with loved ones, or a short period of quality, quiet time by yourself.

Since food establishments in Singapore are not yet ready to be opened for dining in, take advantage of this time to skip the queue and leave it all to BUTLER. With the BUTLER service, you can be sure that an ordinary Sunday afternoon indoors will be made even more exciting.

You can even request for additional logistics to turn your home into a one-day café and your personal BUTLER concierge will take care of it.

When eateries start reopening for business-as-usual, you can look to BUTLER to make reservations ahead of time.

Get in touch with BUTLER today and experience convenience unlike any other.

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