Olla Coffee – Blk 109 Clementi Street 11

Having operated mainly as a mobile coffee cart, Olla Coffee had since moved into a permanent space at Sunset Way. Occupying a unit at the ground floor of an HDB block at Sunset Way, Olla Coffee is a hole-in-the-wall cafe which primarily serves up specialty coffee. Taking on a rather minimalistic approach in its design,…

KURA – The Herencia

Having seen a number of new patisseries sprouting up across the island of the late, KURA is the latest to have opened its doors following the likes of Voyage Patisserie and Lee’s Confectionery. Situated within The Herencia, The Herencia is the location of the former Nan Chiau High School along Kim Yam Road, located just…

老派 云吞仔 Wanton Kia – Blk 83 Marine Parade Road (Re-branded)

老派 云吞仔 Wanton Kia’s Marine Parade Road branch had since been relocated to Marine Parade Central Market & Food Centre, and is re-branded as 老娘云吞面 Lao Niang Yun Tun Mian; updated address at the end of the post.) With the sudden expansion of both Eng’s Wantan Noodles and Eng’s Char Siew Wanton Noodles, there had…

Kind Kones – Forum The Shopping Mall

Hailing from Malaysia, Kind Kones had just recently opened their very first outlet in Singapore at Forum The Shopping Mall. Operating five other outlets in Malaysia, Kind Kones is an ice-cream parlour that prides themselves for their vegan ice-creams. Occupying the former premises of now-defunct JIA 林家咖啡店, Kind Kones’ very first store outside of Malaysia…

Chuan Ji Bakery Hainanese Delicacies – MacPherson Mall

With the countless F&B establishments opening every month, it is still rare to come across places like Chuan Ji Bakery Hainanese Delicacies — a spot that places an emphasis on heritage whilst most other places are simply hipster cafes and bars or fine dining establishments of the late. Despite its prominent location along the main…

Glyph Supply Co. – 111 Somerset

With the revamp and re-opening of 111 Somerset, the mall had seen a number of fresh names moving into its premises. Following other tenants such as Karemen Ajisen, Pasta House, Fun Toast, Pu3 Restaurant, A Poke Theory, and Kyoaji Japanese Dining which have either already moved into 111 Somerset or progressively moving into the building,…

Obsessive Chocolat Desire – Blk 529 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10

Yet another new ice-cream parlour had moved into Ang Mo Kio, being situated at the former premises of now-defunct Twenty Grammes at Blk 529 Ang Mio Kio Avenue 10 (Twenty Grammes’ original location along North Bridge Road is still in operation as of the date of writing.) Taking over the former premises of the now-defunct…

The M Plot – King Albert Park

Having operated within King Albert Park for a while now, The M Plot is a local patisserie that seemingly places a large emphasis on their macarons. While King Albert Park had been made a little livelier with the opening of Eagle Wings Cinematics, as well as other F&B establishments such as Camaca and Carl’s Jr,…

Mash at Pek Kio – Blk 44 Owen Road

Having re-branded themselves after a long hiatus ever since moving out of Pek Kio Market & Food Centre, the folks behind the now-defunct Grit at Pek Kio are back, now known as Mash at Pek Kio. Mash at Pek Kio has not moved too far away from where they had started; with Grit at Pek…

Sanity Coffee – Esplanade Mall

Opened recently at Esplanade Mall, Sanity Coffee is a hole-in-the-wall specialty coffee joint that compliments Room 2F which serves as a community and event space. Walking into Sanity Coffee, one may find the face behind the espresso bar pretty familiar. Sanity Coffee is opened by Chen Diya, who was the runner-up of Project Superstar Season…

spaceout 闊 – Vision Exchange

Vision Exchange seems to be a building that contains many F&B establishments that are pretty much unnoticed, considering how most of them only operate during weekdays and how the building is situated away from the hustle and bustle of Jurong East. Apart from Whatthefish and Heritage House which we have covered previously, Vision Exchange is…

The Acai Craft – Jubilee Square

There was a time where establishments serving Acai bowls were the trend, though most of the names (e.g. The Acai Affair, Project Acai, and Parallel) serving Acai bowls were situated in the heart of town, if not in niche neighbourhoods that appeal to the cafe-hopping crowd. Situated in Jubilee Square just a stone’s throw away…