Singapore Eats: Atlas Coffeehouse


Atlas Coffeehouse

Cuisine: Cafe

Location: Bukit Timah
Price range: ££

Atlas coffeehouse is very popular with cafe hopers in Singapore. The coffee house has a simplistic yet earthy design, with industrial cemented walls and large windows  – the window seats provide the right amount of sunlight for a picture perfect coffee shot. The menu is rather contemporary and includes  buttermilk waffles, pancakes and super-bowls


Singapore Eats: kosnica




Cuisine: Dessert, Cafe.

Location: Duxton
Price range: ££

Right on Duxton Road, Kosnica, specialising in desserts made from their own honey and only the freshest ingredients, serves some of the fluffiest and aesthetically pleasing waffles in the city. The staff is very welcoming and will happily pair your choice of gelato to the perfect waffle.

The café has a simple theme, with white walls and  honeycomb-patterned decor. It’s cosy atmosphere with friendly service, makes for a perfect Sunday afternoon.

Worth ordering: Mixed waffle, a winning combo of Matcha, buttermilk and red velvet flavours. Paired with Salted caramel and hazelnut gelato. or the Red velvet waffle paired with duo chocolate gelato.  For the lovers of super sweet, ask for some of their homemade honey to top it off…AMAZING!!! Finish off with the signature honey lemon tea or for a cold refreshing drink, the konisca honey yuzundae.


Singapore Eats: Symmetry

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Cuisine: Al fresco, Bar, Cafe.

Location: Arab Street
Price range: ££

Tucked away in the hip Arab street area, Symmetry offers a charming al fresco dining area and different menues to suit every taste. The white and green house with the writing  ‘Music Food Coffee Wine’ is one you cannot miss. The atmosphere is casual with great tunes, making it the perfect place to relax after a long day of exploring the city.


Singapore Eats: Luxe

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Cuisine: All-day dining, Cafe.

Location: Keong Saik Road, China Town
Price range: £££

The China Town area, if you wander around offers a street of cafe’s and restaurants  – Keong Saik.  Luxe has a minimalistic influence with cut straight and high levelled wooden tables which also give a trendy aesthetic. The menu offers contemporary Australian cuisine with Asian accents, including a list of dishes like Grilled Barramundi, Angus Ribeye or Sakura Chicken best enjoyed with their flavourful coffee.


Singapore Eats: Creamery Boutique Ice Creams

Creamery Boutique Ice Creams

Cuisine: Dessert, Cafe.

Location: Tyrwhitt street.
Price range: ££

Creamery Boutique Ice Creams is tucked away on Tyrwhitt street and is famous for its own speciality, the Original Hot Cookie.  The large windows, bright space and open kitchen concept create a modern, homey experience and makes it perfect to catch up with friends and family after a long week. The menu offers 5 decadent cookies which are served hot in a pan and are paired with the perfect homemade ice cream with the guidance of the friendly staff, who do everything in order for you to have the best hot cookie experience. Favourites include the Brownie cookie, Monster Matcha Lava Cookie and the incredibly creamy Banoffee, Milo Dinosaur and Thai tea ice cream… all concocted with love.  The Original Hot Cookies are best enjoyed along with tasty drinks – ranging from the rich lychee smoothie to the Affogato, which when paired with the baby milk ice cream creates a contrasting colour ideal for the perfect insta shot.

Worth ordering: The Brownie Cookie topped off with the Too Much So Matcha ice cream and the Affagato paired with the Baby Milk Icecream