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7 Best Restaurants For Working With Your Colleagues

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Updated: 9 February 2017
It’s important to get out of the office for a change of scenery once in awhile, and lucky for workers in Singapore, there is no shortage of cafés to choose from. Changing your working location has a lot of benefits, like stimulating creativity and there are fewer distractions. Make sure your computer is fully charged before you head out from your office!
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Artistry is an excellent place to inspire creativity, as the space is used as a gallery as well as being a coffee shop. The otherwise-minimalist décor will help you focus on your work, and the café offers a selection of food, from burgers to healthy alternatives, to go along with your coffee if you’re feeling peckish. In the evenings the café holds poetry and musical performances a few times a week, which can be a great way to unwind after a day of being productive.

17 Sungai Pinang, Singapore 199149, +65 6298 2420

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The Book Café

The Book Café, reminiscent of a cozy living room, is an excellent place to get some work done with your colleagues. Along with wifi, the café is also equipped with many electrical power points and printer facilities, as well as being next to convenient street-side parking. Just don’t get distracted by the hundreds of books and magazines that are available for patrons to peruse through. They offer delicious all-day breakfast options as well as a variety of pretty desserts, teas and coffees.

20 Martin Road, #01-02 Seng Kee Building, Singapore 239070, +65 6887 5430

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Coffee Art Design Café

CAD café is ideal if your creativity and productivity flows as a result of having bright, colourful surroundings. Located on the busy end of Haji Lane near Beach Road, this blink-and-you’ll-miss-it café has great coffee as well as a cool display of street art and photography that is constantly on rotation. On the menu you’ll find fair trade coffee from around the world, a selection of snacks and mains, and even a few Brewdog craft beers are available.

23 Haji Lane, Singapore 189216

Cafe is always the first stop

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My Awesome Café

My Awesome Café just opened at the beginning of this year and has already established itself as one of the city’s premier coffee shops rather than being just another one of the multitudes to embrace the trendiness of vintage cafés. This café really makes the vintage DIY aesthetic work for them with furnishings such as tables that were made from vintage school desks and scrap firehouse pipes. The result is large tables that make for an excellent workspace for you and your colleagues. If you’re feeling hungry, first thing in the morning there are treats and baked bread, with salads and sandwiches in the afternoon.

202 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068639, +65 8428 0102

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The Daily Roundup

The Daily Roundup is part of the co-working space, The Working Capital. Although this is not the ideal place for getting something to eat; they only offer sweet or savoury crêpes – delicious, but lacking in variety if you aren’t a big fan of the food to begin with. However, with The Working Capital upstairs, this building is always full of all kinds of entrepreneurs, creatives and designers that should get you and your team feeling inspired to be productive.

#01-02, 1 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089109, +65 6338 8035

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Group Therapy

Group Therapy in Duxton Hill is set up with large tables that owners Phyllis and Deborah want customers to use as a space to converse and work with friends and colleagues alike. This coffee shop boasts an impressive menu including an all-day breakfast that features a healthy version of eggs benedict as well as homemade bagels and more. The bar serves Costa Rican coffee and they even have a small selection of craft beers and wines available. If you’d prefer to sit somewhere more comfortable, settle into the retro sofas and enjoy the decor and natural light that filters through the tall shophouse windows.

49 Duxton Road, #02-01, Singapore 089513, +65 6222 2554

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Another café boasting large tables, Clubhouse, located hidden behind Club Meatballs in the CBD, also features a private glass room that can be booked as needed. This workspace is very versatile and has an extensive food and drink menu as you can order from either the coffee shop or the bar next door. They serve up coffee and cold pressed juices from Sarnies in the mornings, while Meatballs offers hearty breakfasts for under $10.

20 Cross Street, #01-35 China Court, Singapore 048422, +65 6222 8660