Cuisine: Dessert, Cafe.
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.
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.
The Daily Roundup
Cuisine: French, Cafe
Location: Keong Saik
Price range: ££
Located in the hip enclave of Keong Saik, Singapore’s food heaven. The Daily Roundup serves up a ligher selection of authentic French galettes and crepes. A popular spot with professional and students for short meet-ups. It’s interior boasts an industrial meets pastel sort, marrying chic and chill to give a relaxing vibe.
Worth ordering: Hazelnut Crepe with a serving of triple chocolate ice cream