6 Affordable Cafes & Restaurants You Must Visit in Sep 2022

Who can resist a delicacy? No doubt, many of us can't! So here are the new cafés and eateries that you must try out in the upcoming months!


Top 6 Cafes & Eateries that you must visit in Singapore 

  • Apricus Cafe
  • Beigelhaus
  • Whiskdom
  • Naga House
  • La Petite Boulangerie
  • Baristart Cafe


1. Apricus Cafe - Middle East Melting Pot

Apricus Cafe

[Image Credit: @The Apricus Cafe Food & Co.]

Apricus Cafe is a sister establishment of the well-known and popular The Populus Cafe, however, Apricus Cafe is going for a more fusion approach.The staplers from the Populus Cafe, including The Popular Scramble (S$20), are brought over to the Apricus menu

Apricus Cafe Waffle Bestseller

[Image Credit: @theapricuscafe]

Apricus Cafe's signature dish is unquestionably the Apricus toast, which is not only tasty but also Instagram-worthy. Apricus Cafe does not accept bookings, so come early to prevent long queues!

Apricus Cafe

Address: 146 Neil Rd, Singapore 088875

Opening hours: Daily 9am - 6pm


2. Beigelhaus

Beigelhaus Bagel

[Image Credit: @beigelhaus.sg]

Located in the CBD area, Beigelhaus is a Muslim-owned bagel and coffee house. As bagels are becoming increasingly popular in Singapore, and Beigelhaus is one of the few bagel eateries leading the trend. The Rendang (S$9) and The Fake-R (S$14.50) are two of their specials.


 Address: 144 Robinson Road, #01-02, Robinson Square, Singapore 068908

Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 8am to 7pm | Fri-Sat 11am to 8pm

3. Whiskdom - Sweet Heaven with Aesthetic and Cute Concept

Whiskdom Instagram
[Image Credit: Whiskdom]


Whiskdom is the perfect spot to go if you like aesthetic and cute cafés as well as savory cookies or bagels! Whiskdom, which now has two local outlets in North Bridge and Orchard, specializes in lava cookies and ooey brownies! One of the most popular cookies is the S'mores cookie (S$6.50), which can never go wrong!


Whiskdom Cookies

[Image Credit: @carbs.monster]


Address: 757 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198725 | 181 Orchard Rd, #04-22/22B, Singapore 238896
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 11am to 6pm | Sun 11am to 8pm


4. Naga House - Modern Japanese-Inspired Cafe

Naga House Modern Japanese Cafe

[Image Credit: @strangerwalkaround]

Naga House is a great place to unwind after a long day. The cuisines Naga House offers is Japanese-inspired. Their bestseller would include sando sandwiches and rice bowls!

Naga House Cafe

[Image Credit: @jiayangxuu]

They serve coffee from 10 am to 5 pm, with options such as Double Espresso (S$3.50) and White Cold Brew (S$6.50). Iced Matcha Latte (S$6) and Hot Hojicha (S$5.50) are also available for non-caffeinated customers. For individuals who loves to drink, Naga House also has an all-day dining menu.

Naga House

Address: 14 Lorong Telok, Mediterranean Bistro, Singapore 040927

Opening Hours: Mon – Sat 10am – 12am | Closed Sun


5. La Petite Boulangerie - Hidden French Bakery

La Petite Boulangerie

[Image Credit: La Petite Boulangerie]

La Petite Boulangerie is housed within My Selection, a new furniture store in Farrer Park. As implied by the whimsical name, La Petite Boulangerie offers a unique assortment of French Bakes in Singapore. One example would be the Merveilleux, Singapore's first bakery to serve this French treat. Merveilleux is a typical French pastry with layers of meringue and whipped cream alternated.


La Petite Boulangerie Merveilleux

[Image Credit: District Sixtyfive]


La Petite Boulangerie has added its "Singaporean" touch to its desserts by offering unique flavors like Kaya Coconut and Gula Melaka. Travel to France with your taste buds when you visit La Petite Boulangerie.

La Petite Boulangerie

Address: 2 Marne Rd, #01-04, Singapore 208393

Opening Hours: Tue to Sat 10am - 6pm | Sun 11am - 5pm | Closed on Mon 


6. Baristart Cafe - Hokkaido-based concept Cafe

Baristart Cafe

[Image Credit: @baristartcoffee_sg]

Baristart Coffee is a Hokkaido-based concept coffeehouse that utilizes imported Hokkaido BIEI Jersey Milk. It now has two branches in Singapore, one along Tras Street and the other in Sentosa. It is ideal for those who enjoy Japanese cuisine.


Baristart Cafe Matcha Cream Puff

For all matcha lovers [Image Credit: @baristartcoffee_sg]

Hokkaido Carbonara (S$19.80), a rich thick, and creamy pasta with generous servings of bacon and topped with a poached egg, is one of Baristart Coffee's best-sellers. The Obihiro Butadon (S$19.80), popularly described as a fragrant rice bowl with pork belly, comes next. Following that comes Shiro Kuma (Shaved Ice) (S$9.80), which, as the name suggests, resembles the shape of an adorable bear and is served with delicious vanilla ice cream. Finally, there's the luscious Cream Puff (S$7.00), which is filled with an explosion of custard produced with Hokkaido BIEI Jersey Milk.

Baristart Cafe

Address: 65 Tras St, Singapore 07900440 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, 098996

Opening Hours: Daily 9am -  9pm


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