Where are the Hot Brunch Venues in Singapore?

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Brunch is a national affair in Singapore. If you are looking for the perfect spot for this weekend’s brunch… look no further. Here is a list of ten brunch venues for you to choose from. From buzzing hipster hangouts in town to laid-back colonial houses amongst greeneries, we have a place to suit your every mood.

1. Cafe de Nicole’s Flower: for a beautiful brunch at the most Instagram worthy cafe in Singapore

Known as one of the most Instagram worthy cafes in Singapore because of their floral theme, Cafe de Nicole’s Flower also has a comprehensive brunch menu. One of the best ones is Nicole’s Flavour, a toast that is topped with smoked salmon and slices of avocado. A classic brunch menu but surrounded by beautiful flowers and greeneries in the cafe, it certainly will be a one-of-a-kind unique experience. Other than that, you can also enjoy their delicious grilled pork sausages — very crispy, salty, and peppery! (Discover More)

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Cafe de Nicole's Flower
224 Telok Kurau Rd, #01-01
Singapore 423836

2. The Capitol Hotel Kempinski Singapore: for a fancy Sunday brunch

Get ready to indulge in decadence at its finest at 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore. It’s new “Fancy at 15” Sunday Brunch includes freshly-shucked oysters, a selection of cured fish, sashimi and grazing of a charcuterie board of Jamon Iberico, beef bresaola, air-dried wagyu beef and more. The juicy meats 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung are known for – picked, cut and served hot off the demon grill and are served from 2 stations. Last but not least, there’s always a room for unlimited desserts, such as crepe live in station, tarts, crème brulee, profiteroles, assorted macarons, and fresh fruits! Book your seat for $148 (include free flow of soft drinks, juices, and mocktail) or $168 (include free flow Champagnes, red wines, white wines, and beers), only from 12pm-3pm. Enjoy the amazing food together with the perfect ambience from the live music! (Discover More)

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The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
15 Stamford Rd
Singapore 178906
Phone: 6563688888

3. Riders Cafe: for laid-back brunch by a horse ranch

Opened in 2007, Riders Cafe has quickly established itself as a peaceful and quiet brunch place, perfect for a small weekend breather. Hidden in the greeneries in Bukit Timah, it has become a popular spot for those of you who know it. Line-ups on weekends go very long, so reservations are recommended! (Discover More)

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Riders Cafe
51 Fairways Drive
Singapore 286965
Phone: 6466 9819

4. Wild Honey: for the best brioche in town

Wild Honey is all-day breakfast, serving breakfast renditions from around the world. Their brioche – so thick and warm and fluffy has been raved by so many. You wouldn’t think bread could be that good! And while prices can be a little on the steep side, it’s still THE brunch place to go for comfort breakfast food in a lovely surrounding. (Discover More)

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Wild Honey
Mandarin Gallery
333A Orchard Road #03-01
Singapore 238897
Phone: 6235 3900

5. Spathe Public House: for a hidden hipster hangout

Tucked away at Mohamed Sultan Road, Spathe Public House has a buzzing Bohemian vibe, with warm hues and raw red brick walls. And while food can take a little longer to be served, brunch here is a lively affair. Love the space? Return for dinner to sample their more extensive menu! (Discover More)

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Spathe Public House
8 Mohamed Sultan Road #01-01
Singapore 238958
Phone: 6735 1035

6. The Daily Roundup: for Crêpe lovers

Their motto is to create a different brunch scene in Singapore. The French chefs have created the most delicate French crêpes, which are light, but so satisfying to our stomach. From savoury to sweet crêpes, a wide range of choices are available for your liking. (Discover More)

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The Daily Roundup
1 Keong Saik Road
#01-02 The Working Capitol
Singapore 089109

7. Canopy Garden: for a peaceful brunch by nature

With a beautiful outdoor seating area, Canopy is the place for a nice peaceful brunch with your coffee outside. They specialize in cooking the best eggs. No wonder every hot breakfast menu contains eggs. Make sure you don’t miss it! (Discover More)

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Canopy Garden Dining
1382 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1
Bishan Park 2
Singapore 569931
Phone: 6556 1533

8. Chopsuey Cafe at Dempsey Hill: for a dose of colonial nostalgia

Part of the PS Cafe chain, Chopsuey Cafe at Dempsey Hill is housed in a lovely colonial-style house. It’s all black-and-white tiled floors and marble tables and floor-to-ceiling windows. You can choose to sit either indoors, at the patio, or the covered verandah. The cafe serves really good Asian-fusion fare. Not your usual brunch fare, so if you’re tired of eggs and toasts, that’s another reason to go. (Discover More)

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Chopsuey Cafe
10 Dempsey Road
Singapore 247700
Phone: 9224 6611

9. Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters: for red velvet pancakes

Long communal tables, shelves lining the walls laden with artisan goods, the smell of coffee wafting through the air… Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters at Upper Thomson has one of the most inviting and welcoming spaces in town. It’s the kind of place you can pop down and spend the entire weekend reading magazines and sipping coffee. Their red velvet pancakes are one-0f-a-kind. (Discover More)

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Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters
Yew Lian Park, 185 Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574333

10. One Man Coffee: for great coffee in an Instagrammable space

Just a few minutes walk down the street from Pacamara is One Man Coffee, another speciality coffee joint at Upper Thomson. The space has a more industrial feel that is oh-so-popular amongst the Instagram crowd. We especially love the streaks of bold colours amongst the general black-and-grey of the interior – at the counter, the menu displays on the wall. (Discover More)

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One Man Coffee
215R Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574349
Phone: 9658 1685

11. Kith Cafe: for brunch by the Cove

Kith Cafe serves decent food at decent prices in the lovely surroundings of Sentosa Cove. If you fancy venturing out to the island for the weekend without breaking the bank too much, then Kith Cafe is the place to go. Indulge in the usual fares of eggs and baked beans and toasts, and stroll by the waters afterwards to burn off the calories! (Discover More)

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Kith Cafe Sentosa Cove
31 Ocean Way, Quayside Isle
Singapore 098373
Phone: 6734 9007

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