Singapore Eats: Angelina


Cuisine: French café and bakery
Location: Capitol Galleria (Capitol Piazza)
Price range: £££

Founded in 1903 in Paris by an Austrian confectioner, this Tea Room and Pâtisserie was named after his daughter-in-law. Angelina is the perfect place for a relaxing and sophisticated lunch away from the hustle and bustle of  Singapore. It has welcomed celebrities such as Coco Channel and Marcel Proust. The menu consists of  French dishes, pasta and desserts (Brunch ends by 2.30pm).  Make sure to try the world-famous hot chocolate ‘L’Africain’ and signature Mont-Blanc pastry, whose secret recipe remains closely guarded after one hundred years.




Singapore Eats: Clinton St Baking Company

Clinton St Baking Company

Cuisine: Brunch, Bakery, Cafe
Location: Purvis Street, Singapore
Price Range: ££

Tucked away in Purvis Street, this café is well-known for its award-winning  pancakes.  Perfect for a date or catching up with friends, this restaurant makes one of the fluffiest pancakes in the city topped with  your choice of chocolate chunks, blueberries or bananas and walnuts.  I recommend the chocolate walnut and banana pancakes finished with their homemade maple butter. Some of the items on the menu are only available from 11:30 onwards.


Singapore Eats: Rise & Grind Coffee Co.



Rise & Grind Coffee Co

Cuisine: Coffee Shop, breakfast, brunch and dessert
Location: Bukit Timah
Price Range: £££

Rise & Grind is  a cozy cafe tucked away  in the Bukit Timah area offering typical breakfast and brunch plates but  with an Asian infusion.The staff here are very friend and answer questions you have about the unique ingredients such as Dukkah,pineapple kimchi and Sriracha aiol used in their meals. The Cafe is perfect for meeting up with friends or just catching up on some work. If you are looking for something light for brunch I recommend the scrambled eggs on toast and a mocha or matcha latte. If you fancy something more filling try the Av0-ka-dukkah.