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30 Cafes In The West For Breakfast And Hangouts—Affordable Rosti, Bagels And Waffles

8th April 2024

A guide to cafes in the West

When it comes to cafes, many people flock to the East because they believe that the East has better options. Well, here are 30 cafes in the West—yes, including Jurong West—worth your breakfast and hangouts with friends. 

Clementi, Buona Vista, and One-north Cafes

1. Dewgather


The Star Vista has recently welcomed a new addition with Dewgather, an Australian-themed cafe with brunch, mains, and desserts. The classic French Toast ($18++) comes with a twist—swirls of grape-flavoured cotton candy perch daintily on a slice of brioche, drenched in berry compote, ice cream, and brown sugar crumble. For something healthier, go for the Dew Harvest Bowl ($24.50++), a harmonious plate of fuschia pickled cauliflowers, kale, rocket leaves, and slices of smoked salmon. 

Check out our Dewgather review!

Address: 1 Vista Exchange Green #01-46, The Star Vista, Singapore 138617
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 8am to 9:30pm
Tel: 8043 8398
Dewgather is not a halal-certified eatery

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2. Food Barn

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Though FoodBarn has a breakfast menu, many people go straight for their sandwiches. It’s cheese galore with the Ham and Cheese Toastie ($15+), which is loaded with honey-baked ham, turkey ham, providore, cheddar and mustard mayo. The Carbonara Linguine ($16.50+) is there best-selling pasta, where you get linguine tossed in a creamy garlic sauce, smoked bacon, sous vide egg, and parmesan cheese.  

Address: 1 Fusionopolis Place, #01-13, Galaxis, Singapore 138522
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am to 9:30am
Tel: 6804 6473

3. Burnt Cones


No judgement if you wanna start your day off with a scoop of ice cream, but we would recommend having it with the Buttermilk Waffles ($6++) at Burnt Cones. With a crispy, caramelised crust, and buttery fluffiness within, these baked treats are sure to pair well with whichever ice cream flavour you choose, be it the roasted nutty Pistachio ($6++), creamy Scamorza ($6++) AKA smoked cheese or Strawberry Basil ($5++) sorbet. 

Check out our Burnt Cones review!

Address: 105 Clementi Street 12, #01-02, Singapore 120105
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am to 12am, Sat-Sun 9am to 12am
Tel: 9711 1097
Burnt Cones is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no pork or lard

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4. W39 Bistro & Bakery

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If you’re craving something more local, visit W39 Bistro And Bakery for spruced-up Singaporean favourites. Dishes you can expect include a Nyonya Mee Siam ($14+) that comes with a perfect sous-vide egg, as well as sourdough breadsticks to be dipped into house-made mango kaya with desiccated coconut and gula melaka with sea salt flakes in the W39 Atas Egg Toast Set ($13+). 

Address: 39 Jalan Mas Puteh, Singapore 128637
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 11:30am to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 9:30pm
Tel: 9646 5372
W39 Bistro and Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery. 



MADLYGOOD is a cafe selling indulgent waffles, crepes, and more in The Clementi Mall. They are known for their Signature Chunky Waffles (from $10.50), in particular the Pistachio Creme Waffles ($16.50). MADLYGOOD also offers a variety of drinks—caffeinated and non-caffeinated—for you to choose from. These include their Milkshakes (from $9.50), Kombucha (from $6), or their Espresso (from $4.50) options. 

Address: 3155 Commonwealth Avenue West, #05-22, The Clementi Mall, Singapore 129588
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 8044 7130
MADLYGOOD is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no pork or lard. 

6. Bread Yard

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Located inside Fusionopolis, Bread Yard is a cafe that sells an assortment of pastries and breads, on top of their brunch menu. They offer options such as Shakshuka ($18++), Basil Pesto ($14++), and Mexican Chicken Bowl ($16++), to name a few. If you’re looking for a quick bite, try their homemade Mushroom Soup ($7++), or choose from their unique blends of drinks including Blue Pea Yuan Yang ($6++) or Salted Caramel Latte ($6++)

Address: 1 Fusionopolis Place, #01-23/24 Galaxis, Singapore 138522
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 6pm
Tel: 9773 5318
Bread Yard is not a halal-certified eatery. 

7. Dutch Colony Co.

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If your office is in the One-north area, you’ve probably chanced upon Dutch Colony Co. Those looking for a hearty breakfast or brunch can enjoy dishes such as Hearty Breakfast ($21++) and the Salmon Egg Benny Croissant ($18++) here. There are also healthier alternatives here, including the Burrata Salad ($17++) or a Granola Bowl ($15++). Drink options, meanwhile, range from Filtered Coffee ($7++) to Breakfast Teas ($6.80++)

Address: 1 Fusionopolis Way, #01-01, Singapore 138632
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 6pm
Tel: 6914 9688
Dutch Colony Co is a halal-certified eatery.

Jurong East, Bukit Batok, and Bukit Gombak Cafes 

8. Pullman Bakery

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Located inside Jurong Regional Library, Pullman Bakery has an all-day menu that includes bagels, burgers, and a variety of drinks. For something that will fill you up in no time, opt for the  Premium Beef Burger ($16.80++) or Big French Toast set ($14.80++). Alternatively, choose from their selection of freshly baked bread from $2, or quench your thirst with their Signature Hand Drip Ice Coffee ($5++) or  Iced Matcha Latte at $5.50++.

Address: 21 Jurong East Central 1, NLB Level 1, Singapore 609732
Opening hours: Daily 8:30am to 8:30pm
Tel: 6255 5678
Pullman Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no pork or lard.

9. Cuppafield


A family-run business, Cuppafield serves a variety of Western food ranging from pastas to burgers, such as Spaghetti Vongole ($15.80), Grilled Rib-eye Steak ($28.80), and their chef-recommended Angus Beef Burger ($18.80). If you’re craving dessert, Cuppafield also serves waffles with gelato, with prices starting from $9.80. Do also try their Lychee Black or Tokyo Blossom artisanal teas at $7.50 each to wash down the sweetness. Best of all, Cuppafield also absorbs both GST and service charge to keep their prices affordable!

Address: 446 Bukit Batok West Avenue 8, #01-01, Singapore 650446
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 11:30am to 3pm, 6pm to 8:30pm, Sat 11:30am to 9pm, Sun 11:30am to 8.30pm
Tel: 6265 6883
Cuppafield is not a halal-certified eatery, but uses no pork or lard.

10. Whisk and Paddle

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Whisk and Paddle has opened another outlet at Bukit Gombak for Singaporeans who live in the West, with similar food offerings as their Punggol outlet. Come here to satisfy your pasta cravings with their signature Macaroni and Cheese ($14.80++) or try the unique Beetroot and Spinach Gnocchi ($21.80++). If not, get their Prawn and Bonito hand-stretched pizza ($26.80++) or Masala Cauliflower Bites ($10.80++) for sharing. End your meal by indulging in their rich and decadent Warm Chocolate Fudge Cake for $6 or get their Cha Yen Krup dessert for $9.80. 

Address: 816 Bukit Batok West Avenue 5, #01-01, Singapore 659089
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 12pm to 10pm, Sat-Sun 9:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6550 2330
Whisk and Paddle is not a halal-certified eatery.

11. Coexist Coffee Co.


Aside from selling aromatic coffee beans,
Coexist Coffee Co. also serves a variety of mains that include pasta, croissants, and an all-day brunch menu. Located two bus stops away from Bukit Batok MRT Station, Coexist Coffee Co. is a convenient option for all west-siders. Try the recommended Grilled Cheese Sandwich ($20++) or get the Ebiko Pasta ($27++) which comes with several grilled prawns. If not, you can also opt for unique creations such as the Laksa Fish and Chips ($26++). Wash down your meal with their house-made Espresso blends ($4) or choose from their wide range of tea, prices starting from $5.50.

Read our Coexist Coffee review. 

Address: 48 Hillview Terrace, #08-00, Hillview Building, Singapore 669269
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 6pm
Tel: 8757 3962
Coexist Coffee Co. is not a halal-certified eatery.

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12. Soul Kind Cafe

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Soul Kind Cafe is a vegetarian cafe that serves Japanese, Korean and local cuisine using plant-based ingredients. Their Japanese Curry Cutlet Rice ($8.90++) and the Veg Japanese “Unagi” Don ($8.90++) are their most popular options. For more local options, try their Kolo Mee or Vegan Char Siew Rice, both at $6.90++. As for drinks, their Butterfly Pea series (from $4.90++) is an interesting option. 

Address: 242 Jurong East Street 24, #01-627, Singapore 600242
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9pm
Tel: 9835 1197
Soul Kind Cafe is a halal-certified eatery.

Jurong West Cafes

13. Suzuki Cafe and Roastery

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Nestled within Chip Bee Gardens, just five bus stops away from Boon Lay MRT Station, is Suzuki Cafe and Roastery. If you’re a big fan of coffee, this place is perfect for you, as they have an assortment of coffee beans from all over the world. Additionally, they also make use of a double roasting technique to ensure that the taste profile of the beans are fully encapsulated. Try their V60 Filter Coffee ($7.50 for hot, $8.50 for cold) and pick your choice of coffee beans. If not, opt for their Matcha or Hojicha Latte ($8 for hot, $9 for cold), made using Hokkaido fresh milk. With their comfortable and relaxing ambience, one is sure to enjoy the entire experience there.

Address: 8 Chin Bee Avenue, Singapore 619932
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 8:30am to 5pm
Tel: 9871 8315
Suzuki Coffee and Roastery is not a halal-certified eatery.

14. Time Table Cafe

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Time Table Cafe is the perfect hang-out spot for Westies. On the menu, you’ll find a selection of pasta, pizza, baked dishes, waffles, and more. Tuck into their comforting Crispy Chicken Baked Rice ($12.90++) or their Meatball Pasta ($9.50++). If you’re a student, they are currently having 50% off their Marinated Chicken Thigh Baked Rice and their Chicken Teriyaki Don. Additionally, topping up $1 allows you to get a canned drink. They also open till late on weekends, so drop by if you’re looking for a place for supper!

Address: 456 Jurong West Street 41, #01-726, Singapore 640456
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11am to 12am, Fri-Sun 10:30am to 3am
Tel: 6566 5088
Time Table Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery. 

15. Bok’s Kitchen by Hidden Chefs

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Located opposite Boon Lay Community Centre, Bok’s Kitchen by Hidden Chefs offers a good variety of mains such as the Beef Rice Bowl ($15++), Creamy Chicken Bread Bowl ($14++), and more. Get their Crispy Enoki Mushrooms ($7++) or the recommended Prawn Paste Chicken ($8++) to share. Bok’s Kitchen also sells Singaporean favourite drinks, such as kopi, teh, and milo (from $1.40). 

Address: 216 Boon Lay Avenue, #01-01, Singapore 640216
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 2:30pm, 5:30pm to 9pm
Tel:6920 8036
Bok’s Kitchen by Hidden Chefs is not a halal-certified eatery.

16. Wellsmoocht

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Previously located at Upper Thomson, Wellsmoocht has now shifted to Jurong West, a 10-minute walk from Chinese Garden MRT Station. While its location may have changed, the quality of its food remained the same, if not better. Since Wellsmoocht is a vegetarian cafe, you can get unique creations like Cheesy Broccoli ($8.50++) or Spinach Ricotta Pizza ($20.90++). A must-try is their Signature Fluffy Waffles with Double Scoop R’ice Cream for $11.50++!

Address: 319 Jurong East Street 31, #01-58, Singapore 600319
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs and Sun 12pm to 9pm, Fri -Sat 12pm to 9:30pm
Wellsmoocht is a halal-certified eatery.

17. Venture Drive Coffee

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Hidden within Nanyang Technological University, Venture Drive Coffee (VDC) is perfect for students who need their morning caffeine fix. You can expect the usual coffee options, such as Iced Americano ($6) or Iced Flat White ($6.50). If coffee is not for you, try their Iced Chocolate ($8) or their Iced Ceremonial Matcha Latte (from $7.70). VDC is also decorated aesthetically with a minimalist monochrome theme. 

Address: 50 Nanyang Avenue, #01-13, North Spine Plaza, Singapore 639798
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8am to 6pm, Sat 9am to 3pm
Venture Drive Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery.

Bukit Timah Cafes

18. Atlas Coffeehouse

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Atlas Coffeehouse is more than a short walk away from Botanic Gardens MRT Station, but that doesn’t stop people from queuing up. If you do manage to get a seat, don’t hesitate to try their Smashed Avo and Watermelon ($20.90++), which comes with creamy smashed avocado hidden under a luscious layer of scrambled or jammy eggs and diced basil watermelon and fresh cream on the side. 

Address: 6 Duke’s Road, Singapore 268886
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 8am to 7pm
Tel: 6314 2674

19. Flagwhite

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2 stops away from Beauty World MRT Station is Flagwhite. FlagWhite’s most popular item is their All-Day Flag Your Brunch (from $6+), an entirely customisable brunch plate. This way, you can enjoy your eggs just the way you like them—Scrambled ($4+), Sunny ($4+), or 63 Degrees ($2+), and paired with other items, including Sauteed Mushrooms ($4+), Streaky Bacon ($4+), and Smoked Salmon ($5+), and three choices of bread—Sourdough ($4+), Brioche ($4+), or Croissant ($4+)

Address: 106 Jalan Jurong Kechil, Singapore 598604
Opening hours: Mon, Wed-Fri 10am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 9am to 11.30pm
Tel: 9894 9882
Flagwhite is not a halal-certified eatery. 

20. The Living Cafe

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Right outside Sixth Avenue MRT Station lies The Living Cafe, which has been catering to those staying at Bukit Timah since 2011. With its extensive menu of vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options, start your day off with the Breakfast Burrito ($20++), which is packed with protein from spinach, eggplant ‘bacon’, truffle mushrooms, and organic eggs. For drinks, try a Turmeric Tropiciana ($9++) smoothie; this mango and pineapple smoothie is infused with turmeric, an antioxidant that also helps to lower cholesterol.

Address: 779 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 269758
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 6pm
Tel: 9735 9404
The Living Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

21. Daily Ground

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Another breakfast option at Bukit Timah is Daily Ground, located near Tan Kah Kee MRT Station. Here, you’re also able to build your brunch, with ingredients such as Plain Rosti ($14+), Streaky Bacon ($4+), Smoked Salmon ($8+), and more. Else, take your pick from their extensive mains menu which includes Beef Bulgogi Don ($20+) or their Pulled Pork Burger ($18+). Get their signature Cold Brew Black for $6.50 to end your meal. 

Address: 619D Bukit Timah Road, #01-01, Singapore 269724
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 5pm
Tel: 8518 0587
Daily Ground is not a halal-certified eatery. 

22. Prairie by Craftsmen

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Near the Botanic Gardens is Prairie by Craftsmen, a casual cafe you can stop at after taking in the flora and fauna at the Gardens. If you happen to visit before 11:45am, you’ll get the chance to enjoy a plate of the Prairie Big Breakfast ($27++) that comes with pork bratwurst, bacon, tater tots, sauteed mushrooms, halloumi, side salad, sourdough as well as your egg of choice. No worries if you’re visiting around noon though, as Prairie offers mains, burgers, and pasta after 11:45am. 

Address: 501 Bukit Timah Road, #01-05C, Cluny Court, Singapore 259760
Opening hours: 6972 9142
Tel: Daily 9am to 9pm
Prairie by Craftsmen is not a halal-certified eatery. 

23. Carpenter and Cook

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Just down the street from Flagwhite is Carpenter and Cook. Visit them to try the Big Breakfast ($27++), which includes bacon, hashbrowns, scrambled eggs, marinated tomatoes, frisee salad, and toast. If you’re looking for a quick munch, an Almond Croissant ($7++), Pain Au Chocolate ($6), or a slice of Raspberry Lychee and Rose Chia Seed Cake ($9.50++) will do just the trick. 

Address: 19 Lorong Kilat, #01-06, Singapore 598120
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 6pm
Tel: 6463 3648

24. Yeast Side

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Specialising in sourdough bakes, Yeast Side’s menu is all things sourdough—from toasts to brownies and even pizzas. Try the Grilled Cheese Toastie with Tomato Dip ($16++)—an ooze fest of gruyere, Leicester, and mozzarella between slices of sourdough toast. Other sourdough features include the Egg-ciutto ($17++)—a combination of scrambled eggs, prosciutto, arugula and parmesan atop a sourdough brioche toast, and a variety of sourdough pizzas. 

Address: 9 King Albert Park, #01-09, KAP Residences, Singapore 598332
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 9am to 11pm
Tel: 8891 0525

25. Hello Arigato


Hello Arigato is relatively new to the cafes along Bukit Timah Road since they only opened last August. Here, their menu features new creations, such as the outlet-exclusive Yakiniku Gyu Sando ($20+) and the popular Tamago Sando ($14+). Their breakfast menu also includes Salmon & Avocado on Toast ($16+) or Shroom and Eggs ($20+). Try the crowd favourite Iced Dirty Matcha Latte ($8+) if you would like to get your caffeine fix. Alternatively, if you have a sweet tooth, opt for the Hello Arigato Shibuya Toast ($14+) that comes with a scoop of Hokkaido milk gelato. 

Address: 551 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 269692
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 9am to 5pm, Sat-Sun 8am to 5pm
Tel: 8512 1355
Hello Arigato is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Holland Village Cafes

26. Lola’s Cafe


Fan favourite Lola’s Cafe has opened at Holland Village, good news for all Westies! Here, you can get classic brunch staples as well as outlet-exclusive items! There’s the IG-worthy Tsukune Sando ($17++): two brioche slices with Japanese chicken patty, tamagoyaki, pickled daikon, slaw, cheddar and furikake mayo. Another noteworthy dish is the Duck Ragu Fettucine ($20++), which comes with handmade fettuccine, duck ragu, parmesan, lemon, and wine. 

Read our Lola’s Cafe review.

Address: 48 Lorong Mambong, Singapore 277699
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 10am to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 9am-9:30pm
Tel: 8863 6515
Lola’s Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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27. Warabimochi Kamakura

cafes-in-the-west-warabimochi-kamakuraWarabimochi Kamakura has over 50 outlets overseas and has recently opened at the new One Holland Village Mall. They specialise in making Warabimochi, a Japanese mochi dessert that is coated in soybean powder. At this outlet, you can get their mochi in a 2-Piece Cup ($3.90) or with Ice Cream ($5.90). If not, you can also enjoy it in a 5-Piece Box ($7.90) or a 10-Piece Box ($14.90)

Try their warabimochi drinks as well: the Strawberry Yogurt or Strawbery Milk comes with freeze-dried Japanese strawberries and strawberry syrup. These are priced at $7.90 for a medium cup, and $9.90 for a large cup. Alternatively, matcha lovers can try the Asakawa-en Matcha (from $5.90) which is prepared with ceremonial-grade green tea powder. 

Read our Warabimochi Kamakura review here!

Address: 7 Holland Village Way, #01-54, One Holland Village, Singapore 275748
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 9:30pm
Warabimochi Kamakura is not a halal-certified eatery.

28. Surrey Hills Grocer

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Surrey Hills Grocer may have closed its Jurong outlet, but it is making it up to westies by opening a new outlet at One Holland Village! Try their Pincho ($22++), featuring Wagyu rib fingers charcoal-grilled on a skewer. Otherwise, opt for their outlet-exclusive Truffled Wagyu Donut ($35++) which is served with crispy fries and a truffle cheese dip on the side. If you’re a fan of carbonara, you’ll definitely enjoy the cafe’s rendition: the Creamy Nori Udon ($32++), which consists of a miso cream base with parmigiano reggiano, resulting in a thick, creamy sauce similar to carbonara. 

Check out our Surrey Hills Grocer Holland Village review!

Address: 7 Holland Village Way, #03-29, One Holland Village, Singapore 275748
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Surrey Hills Grocer is not a halal-certified eatery.

29. Two Man Bagel House

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Despite being hidden in an inconspicuous spot, Two Man Bagel House (TMBH) is a well-known breakfast and brunch spot near  Holland Village MRT Station. Try their outlet-exclusive signature bagels such as the Hangover II ($18.50), which includes pork patty, black-eyed peas, baked beans, hashbrowns, sunny-side-up, and spicy ketchup. If not, get the TMBH classic, Lox ($18.50), which comes with smoked salmon, red onions, tomatoes, pickled beets, and cucumbers. You can also select your bagel from six flavours, such as sesame, cheddar, and garlic, to name a few. 

Address: 17D Lor Liput, Singapore 277731
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 3pm
Two Man Bagel House is not a halal-certified eatery.

30. Little Farms Table

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If you’re a late riser, don’t worry because Little Farms Table has breakfast items till 2pm! Get breakfast items such as their signature Shakshuka ($20++), the Avocado Smash On Sourdough ($21++), or the Classic Caesar Salad ($19++). They also have vegan dishes such as The Vegan ($28++) that include portobello, kale, tempeh, beans, tomato, avocado, and sourdough. 

Address: 2/2A Lor Mambong, Singapore 277671
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am to 9:30pm, Sat-Sun 8am to 9:30pm
Little Farms Table is not a halal-certified eatery.

Cafes in the West to have breakfast at

The west has its fair share of cafes that are worth your time to visit too! Bring your friends and family down to these cafes if you’re around the area. 

If you are looking for more cafes to frequent, check out our guide to best cafes in Singapore for brunch and desserts

We also have guides to the best cafes in every other Singaporean district! Here are our guides to the best cafes in the East, best cafes in the North-East, and best cafes in the North.

65 Best Cafes In Singapore You Must Try



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