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Good Chai People: SG’s First Chai Cafe With All-Day Brunch In East Coast

20th March 2023

Good Chai People is a chai specialty cafe on East Coast Road

good chai people storefront

There are a ton of aesthetic cafes and restaurants in Katong and Joo Chiat. One that has recently joined the hood is Good Chai People, a chai specialty cafe along East Coast Road.

good chai people ambience

A 10-minute bus ride from Mountbatten MRT Station, the spacious cafe sees Scandinavian interiors matched with tastefully arranged foliage and rattan elements.

There are a couple of long wood tables for communal dining, as well as cosy nooks near the entrance for those who want a shot for their gram.

good chai people flatlay

Their food menu is pretty extensive, with a variety of starters, all-day brunch fare, and mains served from 11:30am.

good chai people beef

A signature is the 24-Hr Beef Brisket ($20+), a hearty dish of flavourful pulled beef and tender potato chunks piled on sourdough toast, topped with poached egg, and served with a side salad.

good chai people egg interaction

Cut into the egg and pair the creamy yolk with the savoury shreds of meat.

good chai people prawn pasta

Another must-try is the Prawn & Chorizo Aglio Olio ($22+): al dente linguine tossed in prawn head butter, garlic, and chilli padi, topped with chorizo and tiger prawns.

good chai people prawn pasta noodle

The pasta is well-seasoned with rich umami from the prawns, complemented by garlicky, spicy notes.

good chai people french toast

If you’re in the mood for something sweet, get the French Toast Lovin’ ($20+). This brunch classic features thick French toast made of brioche, topped with whipped cream cheese and fruits, and finished with a maple thyme drizzle.

good chai people french toast closeup

The indulgent treat is sweet and buttery, offset by the tangy cream cheese and fresh berries.

good chai people drinks

Your meal at Good Chai People wouldn’t be complete without a dose of their specialty chai beverages. The hot Salted Maple Chai ($7+)ย is a personal favourite; it’s made with Ceylon tea, oat milk, Himalayan salt, maple syrup, and coconut sugar. Otherwise, the iced Hojichai Latte ($8+) is an excellent caffeine-free alternative featuring premium Japanese roasted tea.

It’s worth noting that their tea menu swaps out regular dairy for oat milk, making the drinks vegan-friendly. Coconut sugar is used too, for a deeper and more robust fragrance.

Another chio cafe to check out nearby is Cafe Natsu, which serves Japanese-inspired brunch and beverages. Otherwise, visit the newly opened Cafe Limonci, a hidden work-friendly spot in Tai Seng with delicious waffles and gelato!

Address: 225 East Coast Road, Singapore 428922
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 8am to 6pm, Fri-Sun 8am to 10pm
Tel: 9783 5757
Good Chai People is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Photos taken by Chew Yi En.
This was a media tasting at Good Chai People.

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