Singapore is known for its mix of cultures, considering that the city is a major hub for trade and commerce between Asia, Europe, Australia and America. You can find many different kinds of cuisines in this city, and consequently many different interpretations of brunch. Check out our list of the best places to have brunch or a late breakfast in Singapore.
When walking into Super Loco, you’ll be welcomed with a warm ‘bienvenidos’ into this restaurant and bar that is inspired by the delicious street food and culture of Mexico. After the three owners visited Mexico, they decided to share their experience with Singapore, creating a Mexican restaurant and bar with a focus on a casual, fun and festive ambiance and authentic Mexican food. Their brunch menu ranges from small bites to hearty meals, all of which are inspired by Mexican cuisine.
After opening its first cafe and coffee roastery in Singapore in 2011, Toby’s Estate has been serving the community by providing delicious balanced coffee ever since. The founder of Toby’s Estate is Toby Smith, a passionate Australian coffee roaster and artisan coffee barista. The Toby’s Estate signature cafe offers a menu full of all day breakfast choices as well as hearty lunches and healthy salads.
Sacha & Sons Singapore is a deli that can be found on the famous Orchard Road, bringing the authentic flavors of New York to Singapore. The old traditions of smoking and pickling meats are used to create the best quality deli foods. The brunch menu at this cafe includes brilliant handmade bagels and provides the true New York brunch experience.
Sarnies places a strong emphasis on providing good quality ingredients that are organic, from the free-trade coffee beans to the grass-fed beef and hormone-free chicken. The menu consists of a choice of terrific classic brunch options, as well as delicious homemade iced tea in a variety of flavors. Although this cafe may be quite busy during the day, it is definitely worth the visit as it is a great place to relax over coffee or a late breakfast.
Bochinche is an Argentinian-inspired locale where you can enjoy food the way it’s meant to be enjoyed, with friends and family. You’ll be able to try a delicious array of brunch options that are all inspired by Argentina’s cuisine, as well as expertly prepared versions of all of your favorite brunch classics.
French cuisine and an Australian dining culture is what you’ll find at Symmetry, a cafe and restaurant that emphasizes the importance of community dining, and uses contemporary gastronomic techniques to provide an incredible fine dining experience. The brunch menu consists of classic dishes with a modern French twist, that are prepared with care and presented in an artistic manner.
Gourmet, delectable Australian cuisine is what is on offer at Rokeby, a modern bistro located in the north of the city, where the mission is to ‘share what we love’ and bring to life good food and special experiences. The decor at Rokeby is modern, bright and simple, making it a great place to have a relaxed, laid-back Australian meal. A selection of Australian beers and wines are on offer, as well as delicious coffee and a variety of classic breakfast meals like eggs Benedict and Belgian waffles with fresh fruit and Nutella.
On the ground floor of the experimental and boutique Wanderlust Hotel is the rustic French bistro Cocotte. Cocotte serves delicious French fare in a comfortable and casual setting, with unpretentious decor that will leave you feeling at home and relaxed. Provincial style, heart-warming dishes are on offer here, truly reflecting the best of French cuisine.
The menu at Café Melba Singapore includes a variety of different international options. With an all-day breakfast menu available as well as lunch options including pizzas, burgers, and even an authentic traditional Malaysian curry called beef rendang, you’re sure to find something to whet your appetite.