10 Best Brunch Spots in Singapore

The morning meal is a major contributor to traffic congestion throughout the day.

If breakfast had its own brand, its new motto might be: everything goes, all day long.

Breakfast and brunch themes are becoming increasingly popular. Here are 10 new developing breakfast restaurants that are catering to customers’ expanding notions of breakfast — and all-day demands for it.

1

Rise & Grind Coffee Co.

ServicesBrunch Food: Coffee and Delicious Food
Price Range 
Contact Details+65 9866 2020
info@riseandgrind.co
Address681 Punggol Drive, Oasis Terraces #01 – 06 Singapore 820681
377 Hougang St 32, #B1-15 Hougang Rivercourt, Singapore 530377
Websitehttps://www.riseandgrind.co/

The founders of Rise and Grind Coffee Co. had a love for serving up delectable meals and superb coffee. They think that everyone is entitled to a hearty brunch and quality coffee every day.

They want to combine international and local flavors without sacrificing taste or quality by using only the freshest ingredients and freshly roasted coffee beans. Their semi-casual eating model enables their staff to interact with their customers in order to provide the greatest experience possible.

2

Craftsmen Specialty Coffee

ServicesBrunch Food
Price Range 
Contact Details+65 9658 0769
hi@craftsmencoffee.com
Address2 First Street, Siglap V, #01-01 Singapore, Singapore 458278
Websitehttps://www.craftsmencoffee.com/

You guessed it, this cafe specializes in all things coffee from various places, which may be prepared using various ways such as the V-60 and French Press. Try one of their waffles to go with your cup of coffee. From S’mores Chocolate ($16) to Fried Chicken Waffle ($22) to Salted Gula Melaka ($16), there’s something for everyone. Alternatively, try the Moroccan Chicken Stew ($19), which comes with a sunny side up egg, feta cheese, and a side salad.

3

D’Good Cafe

ServicesBrunch Food
Price Range 
Contact Details+656219 9807
enquire@dgoodcafe.com
Address273 Holland Ave., #02-01/02, 278992
Websitehttps://www.dgoodcafe.com/

This quaint diner with an all-day breakfast has something for everyone, from Dutch skillet pancakes to Asian-inspired brunch. The Portobello Eggs Benedict ($14.5) is a popular dish, with poached eggs nestled securely within portobello mushrooms. Also available is the classic Egg upon Egg on Toast ($13.5), which features a poached egg, cheese, and sun-dried tomatoes wrapped in an omelette on thick brioche. Egg-licious!

4

Common Man Coffee Roasters

ServicesCoffee Shop, Brunch Food
Price Range 
Contact Details+656836 4695 
info@cmcroasters.com
Address22 Martin Rd., #01-00, 239058
Websitehttps://commonmancoffeeroasters.com/

In our Best Cafes In Singapore 2021 list, this cosy cafe was named Best Coffee. The healthy breakfast dishes are to die for, not only because of the excellent coffee. Take the popular Turkish Common Man Breakfast ($30), which includes phyllo-wrapped soft-boiled eggs, crunchy feta, and pumpkin hummus served with warm pita. Alternatively, try the Fluffy Pancakes ($26), which are drizzled with caramel and topped with a nutty crumble. This popular brunch place attracts large crowds, so make a reservation or arrive early.

5

Group Therapy Coffee

ServicesBrunch Food
Price Range 
Contact Details+65 6440 0457
+65 6222 2554
hello@gtcoffee.com
Address30 East Coast Rd., #01-01, 428751
181 South Bridge Rd., #01-05 + #K1-04, 058743
Websitehttps://www.gtcoffee.com/

The variety of creative breakfast choices with a twist at this casual breakfast establishment stands out, from their Pumpkin Pancakes ($19) with poached eggs, smoked salmon, and tobiko roe to their Skinny Eggs Ben ($17) with a tortilla and yogurt saffron sauce. You may be sure to have an exciting morning ahead of you.

6

La Ristrettos

ServicesBrunch Food
Price Range 
Contact Details+656397 7165
info@laristrettos.com
Address10 Sinaran Dr., #08-37, Novena Medical Centre, 307506
Websitehttp://www.laristrettos.com/

The first surprise about this cafe is its inconspicuous position in a medical centre. The second is its straightforward menu of not-so-straightforward breakfasts. Buttermilk Pancakes with Smoked Salmon and Eggs ($14.8) and French Toast with Bacon and Banana ($13.8) are two such examples. La Ristrettos has nailed the creations for you if you can’t decide between sweet and savoury.

7

Atlas Coffeehouse

ServicesBrunch Food
Price Range 
Contact Details+656314 2674
hello@atlascoffeehouse.com.sg
Address6 Duke’s Rd., 26886
Websitehttps://www.atlascoffeehouse.com.sg/

The scrambled egg at Atlas Coffeehouse appears to have been perfected – soft yet rich, fluffy yet buttery and frothed to a lovely sunny yellow. Scrambled eggs with compound butter and honey mascarpone over toast, Gentleman’s Relish ($17.70). Their large, fluffy pancakes are another hallmark dish. The Butterscotch Banana Pancake ($19.80) is a fan favourite, with cornflake crunchies and vanilla ice cream on top. You might want to share that one because it’s quite filling but well worth it!

8

The Coffee Academics

ServicesBrunch Food
Price Range 
Contact Detailscontactus.singapore@the-coffeeacademics.com
AddressMultiple Address
Websitehttps://the-coffeeacademicssg.com/

Do you want to get the most bang for your buck? Choose from a range of heavy dishes, like as Avocado on Toast and Bacon & Cheese Burger, in the rush set ($15), which includes coffee or tea. Plus, with the all-day breakfast menu, you can eat it whenever you choose! Jawa ($6.40), a latte with gula Jawa with hints of coconut and pandan, and Okinawa ($6.40), a cappuccino with Japanese brown cane sugar, are two of the coffees worth trying.

9

Habitat Coffee

ServicesBrunch Food
Price Range 
Contact Details+658750 5258
info@habitatcoffee.com.sg
Address223 Upper Thomson Rd., 574355
Websitehttps://habitatcoffee.com.sg/

At Habitat Coffee, you may sample coffee from various regions as well as traditional breakfasts. This cafe tucked away in Upper Thomson, is still a popular hangout. Breakfast specialities include Cajun Prawn Melted Toasties ($16) and Truffled Scrambled Salmon ($17). A popular meal is Mama’s Banana Pancakes ($15), topped with crushed walnuts, blueberries, and cranberry jam. Then, of course, there’s a relaxing cup of coffee to go with it.

10

Baker & Cook

ServicesBrunch Food
Price Range 
Contact Details+65 64633948
+65 6469 8834
info@bakerandcook.biz
Address1a Greendale Avenue Singapore 289495
Websitehttps://www.bakerandcook.biz/

In our Best Cafes 2021 list, this well-known bakery and cafe was named Best Brunch. From high-quality sourdough (gluten-free alternatives are also available) to plant-based treats like the Impossible Sausage Roll ($19), there’s something for everyone. Eggs Benedict ($17) and Abo Smash ($22) are two other popular favourites. It’s no surprise that this has become a popular brunch option.

11

The Whole Kitchen

ServicesBrunch Food
Price Range 
Contact Details+658128 3562
contact@thewholekitchen.com.sg
Address11 East Coast Rd., #01-16, Odeon Building, 428722
Websitehttps://thewholekitchen.com.sg/

Do you want to eat healthier? Vegan, gluten-free, paleo, keto, and other diets are all catered to at The Whole Kitchen! You’ll be pleasantly pleased by how tasty these foods are without bothering your tummy. Consider a gluten-free and vegan Banana Toastie ($14) or a filling Granola Bowl ($14). Plus, a rainbow of smoothies ranging from blueberry to cacao! To be honest, this cafe delivers some of Singapore’s best breakfast, which is not only healthy but also delicious.

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs

What is considered a breakfast food?

In America, “breakfast food” is an arbitrary term, yet it is distinct: cereal with milk, a cup of yogurt, eggs, muffins, fruit, oatmeal, and juice. If you have some additional time on the weekend, you may make pancakes or waffles.

What is a healthy Singapore breakfast?

Slowly digested carbs (such as fresh fruit, whole grain cereal, and low-fat dairy products) are combined with protein meals to provide a balanced and nutritious breakfast (e.g. egg, reduced fat cheese, bean curd). These will provide you with the energy and nutrition you require to get your day started.

What is the typical breakfast in Singapore?

Kaya Toast, half-boiled eggs, and coffee, a staple Singaporean breakfast, are a particular favorite, especially after long trips away from home. Kaya is a delicious coconut jam that’s commonly sandwiched between two slices of toasted bread and accompanied by two half-boiled eggs seasoned with soy sauce and pepper.

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