Weekend feast: Best cafes for breakfast and brunch in Singapore

Forget the regular tastes of eggs on toast. Add amazing flavours to your tastes on weekend. Enjoy late breakfast meals, brunches and not to miss some coffee.

Dutch Colony Coffee has lots of new and exciting coffees for this festive season. Photo courtesy: Dutch Colony Coffee FB page

Dutch Colony Coffee Co

113 Frankel Ave, Singapore 458230

Go experience the fragrance of beans at the Dutch Colony Coffee Co. But you’ll also want to balance out the caffeine with this quaint Siglap café’s brunch and breakfast menu. There are appetising platters with scrambled eggs, sausages and turkey bacon, and a Colonial Beef Burger, which slathers mango chilli aioli and melted Emmenthal over a juicy patty. Also, note that the kitchen closes at 3pm, so if you’re planning to have a meal with your espresso, you best head down before the chef hangs up his apron for the day.

Forty hands/hungry hands getting amongst some Cubanos action. Photo courtesy: 40 Hands FB page

40 Hands

78 Yong Siak Street, #01-12, Singapore 163078

When you visit this cafe, order the eggs Benedict for wobbly poached eggs with molten centres that ooze when broken into, soft brioche buns that bring together the whole affair and charred bacon streaked only on the fatty edges. Get your hands dirty with the 40 Hands Cubanos for a meatier dish.

Relish bigger-than-your-face plate at Kith Cafe. Photo courtesy: Kith Cafe FB page

Kith Café

7 Rodyk Street #01-28, Robertson Quay, Singapore 238215

31 Ocean Way #01-08, Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375

9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-44/45, Singapore 039596

6 Raffles Boulevard, #02-49 Marina Square Shopping Mall, Singapore 039594

The menu of this café comes across as Café 101 - pancakes, eggs Benny, choose-your-own-breakfast and the like – but it’s precisely those dishes Kith executes so nicely. The signature Kith breakfast has everything you would expect to be on your bigger-than-your-face plate: crispy bacon, smoked bratwurst, roasted tomatoes, rosemary garlic mushroom, mixed greens as well as eggs and toast done to your preference. Every element is well seasoned and, crucially, familiar.

Pop in for some great food, coffee and conversations. Photo courtesy: Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters FB page

Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters

185 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574333

The café highlights include French toast with caramelised apple chutney and crab rump eggs Benedict topped with bonito flakes. Not to mention the many pasta dishes available all day – dive right in and order our favourite plate of the lot: the duck pappardelle. A selection of cakes such as the yuzu tart will tempt you at the till but order it beforehand to enjoy with a cold-brewed coffee or a bold, nutty Roadster blend.

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