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Bedok Cafe Guide: 10 Best Places For Affordable Brunch, Mochi Waffles And More

9th July 2024

Bedok cafe guide

Easties, this one’s for you: we’ve compiled our list of the 10 best Bedok cafes to check out the next time you’re in the hood! From affordable brunch cafes to dessert spots serving ice cream and waffles, consider this your go-to Bedok cafe guide.

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1. Daily Mujo


Daily Mujo is a hidden under-HDB cafe with value-for-money mains under $18—a steal in this economy. The Japandi-style cafe sports a minimalist look, with light wood furnishings and full-length windows to allow natural light to stream in. A lesser-seen brunch item is the Laksa Hokkien Mee ($11), which stars thick bee hoon in a rich and creamy laksa sauce, tau kwa, and tiger prawns. Otherwise, there’s also the Pandan Chicken Chop ($15): pandan-infused chicken paired with pineapple salsa, fries, and coleslaw. Daily Mujo offers local coffee too, in the form of the Kopi Latte ($4), AKA kopi bing topped with a creamy milk foam!

Read our Daily Mujo feature!

Address: 84 Bedok North Street 4, # 01-27, Singapore 460084
Opening hours: Daily 8:30am to 9pm
Daily Mujo is not a halal-certified eatery, but does not use pork or lard.

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2. Denzy Gelato


Denzy Gelato offers award-winning gelato, waffles and brownies in Bedok. They also have another cafe in Hougang! You can choose from a wide range of gelato flavours, including Piedmont Hazelnut, Whisky and Salted Pecan Brittle, Yoghurt Speculoos,and Alphonso Mango Sorbet. A single scoop is priced from $4.20, while a double scoop is priced from $7.50. Top up $5.80 for freshly baked Waffles, or $6.30 for a single piece of Brownie for a more complete dessert experience. You can get espresso-based coffee here too!

Read our Denzy Gelato Hougang review.

Address: 509 Bedok North Street 3, #01-103, Singapore 460509
Opening hours: Daily 1pm to 10:30pm
Denzy Gelato is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Hay Gelato

late night desserts hay gelato
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Here’s a late-night cafe to add to your list of supper spots in Bedok: Hay Gelato. This popular dessert spot, which also has an outlet in Katong, specialises in unique, out-of-the-box gelato flavours. There’s the Smoked Hay flavour, for instance, a signature flavour made by infusing burnt hay grass into the gelato. If you’re not feeling adventurous, they have other classic options such as Roasted Pistachio and Earl Grey.  A single scoop is priced at $5, or $6 for premium flavours. You can add on $6.50 for a Waffle.  They’re also open till 2am on weekends, so night owls can come by to sort their sweet tooth cravings!

Address: 136 Bedok North Ave 3, #01-148, Singapore 460136
Opening hours: Mon 5pm to 1am, Sun, Tue-Thurs 12pm to 1am, Fri-Sat 12pm to 2am
Tel: 9663 4254
Hay Gelato is not a halal-certified eatery. 

4. Refuel Cafe

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Refuel Cafe is another under-HDB cafe in Bedok with wallet-friendly brunch fare, pastas, desserts and more under $20++. Enjoy all-day brunch here, with popular picks such as Refuel Pancakes with Smoked Salmon ($15.90++) and Pulled Pork Benedict ($15.90++): slow-cooked pork with poached eggs and hollandaise sauce on toast. They have a great range of hearty pasta dishes too, including Spaghetti Carbonara, served with crispy bacon and a poached egg, and a locally inspired Chilli Crab Pasta ($15.50++). For drinks, you can load up on their range of coffees, priced from $3.50++ for an espresso, or indulge in their selection of milkshakes (from $7++) instead.

Address: 744 Bedok Reservoir Road, #01-3029, Singapore 470744
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9pm
Tel: 6448 0015
Refuel Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. Percolate

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If you find yourself in Bedok and need a pick-me-up, Percolate Coffee is a good option. The coffee served here is made from freshly roasted beans, so you won’t go wrong with an Iced White ($6.50). Otherwise, they have other interesting caffeinated beverages such as Thai Coco Black ($7.50) and Espresso Milkshake ($7.50)! Don’t miss out on their range of tea cakes, too—their Earl Grey Lavender ($7) and Yuzu Lemon ($7) are popular flavours. Alternatively, if you prefer something savoury, the cafe also offers croissant sandwiches and fusion mains such as Prawn Curry Mash ($13), featuring Japanese curry and mashed potato.

Address: 136 Bedok North Avenue 3, #01-152. Singapore 460136
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 7pm
Tel: 8259 0316
Percolate Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery.

6. Marie’s Lapis

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Marie’s Lapis Cafe is a cosy family-run cafe in Bedok specialising in Peranakan food. Their Nasi Ayam Buah Keluak ($16++), which comes with blue pea rice, chicken thigh, buah keluak nut, and omelette, is a must-try. They also have Nasi Beef Rendang ($18++) if beef is your preferred choice of protein. Alternatively, try their Spicy Sambal Seafood Spaghetti ($18++), a fusion pasta dish starring house-made sambal, tiger prawns, and scallops. If you’re here for a light bite, check out their range of Nyonya kueh that’s made in-house!

The highly-rated cafe has limited seating, so it’s best to make a reservation before heading down.

Address: 537 Bedok North Street 3, #01-575, Singapore 460537
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6970 8556
Marie’s Lapis Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Home Cafe

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If you can’t get enough of ice cream and waffles, add Home Cafe to your list of cafes in rotation. A single scoop of gelato goes for $4.50, while a double scoop costs $8. You can expect simple yet yummy flavours of Ferrero Rocher, Milk & Honey, Coffee Biscoff and more.  If you’re out to indulge, get their Full Waffle with Double Scoop set, which costs $14.90. Besides desserts, Home Cafe offers a small selection of savoury mains, including Smoked Duck Alfredo Pasta ($10.90) and Chilli Crab Seafood Pasta ($14.90).

Address: 150 Bedok Reservoir Road, #01-1727, Singapore 470150
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11:30am to 10pm, Fri 11:30am to 11pm
Tel: 8023 8398
Home Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. Chatters

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Chatters is a capybara-themed cafe in Bedok with affordable sando, waffles and more. Their house-made sandwiches are all under $12, with flavours such as Double Egg Tamago ($10.90), Classic Tomato Chicken ($10.90), and Smoked Salmon Tartare Twist ($11.90). Each sando is loaded with fillings, sandwiched between two milk bread slices. If you’re here for dessert only, the cafe also offers Croffle ($4.20) and Mochi Waffle ($6.90), best paired with their Classic (from $4.20) or Premium Gelato (from $5.20).

Address: 122 Bedok North Street 2, #01-128, Singapore 460122
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 12pm to 10pm, Fri-Sat 12pm to 11pm
Tel: 8875 7242
Chatters is not a halal-certified eatery.

9. Scoopy Doo


Scoopy Doo is another under-the-radar gelato and waffles cafe in Bedok. A single scoop of gelato goes for $4.90, with a top-up of $0.50 for premium flavours, while two scoops will set you back $7.80. Solo diners can get the Scoopy Plus ($6.90), which includes a quarter waffle with a scoop of gelato. Else, if you’re here in a group, order the Scoopy Two ($11.80), where two scoops of classic gelato are served on a freshly made buttermilk waffle. There’s even the option to add $1 for mochi filling to your waffles!

For your gelato flavours, we recommend their Honeycomb With Chrysanthemum ($4.90) and Yakult ($5.40). Coffee is available here too, with classic options such as Iced White Coffee ($6) and Hot Mocha ($6).

Read our Scoopy Doo review!

Address: 740 Bedok Reservoir Road, #01-3179, Reservoir Village, Singapore 470740
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs 12pm to 10pm, Fri-Sat 12pm to 12am, Sun 12pm to 10pm
Tel: 9648 2320
Scoopy Doo is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Black & Ink

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Black & Ink is a pet-friendly cafe and bistro in the sleepy Swan Lake Avenue estate. Their burgers come highly recommended, with popular picks including The Legend ($18.90++), stacked with beef patty, bacon, fried egg, and a house-made sauce, served with a side of fries or salad. There’s also the classic Smash Cheeseburger ($14.90++), which supposedly took the team four years to develop. The restaurant also has a nice selection of pizzas, pastas, and proteins to choose from. For dessert, you won’t go wrong with their Buttermilk Waffles ($12.90++), paired with a scoop of gelato.

Address: 29 Swan Lake Avenue, Singapore 455718
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 10:30pm, Sat-Sun 10am to 10:30pm
Tel: 8749 9929
Black & Ink is not a halal-certified eatery.

Best Bedok cafes for coffee and brunch

Bookmark this list for the next time you’re in the East and unsure what to eat!

If you’re heading further East, check out our Tampines cafe guide instead. Otherwise, read our Pasir Ris food guide for the full scoop on where to eat at this new mall.

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Featured image adapted from @refuelcafesg

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