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25 North-East Cafes To Check Out Between Serangoon And Punggol For Brunch And More

30th January 2024

North-East cafes from Punggol to Serangoon


There are plenty of cafes in Singapore, though most of them tend to be concentrated in the centre of the city. The North-East has a fair share too, with plenty of cool joints that leverage on their remote locations to craft unique and picturesque brunch experiences. From Serangoon to Punggol, discover 25 North-East cafes that will inspire you to ditch Tanjong Pagar and Tiong Bahru on your next cafe-hopping adventure.


Serangoon cafes


1. Joji’s Diner 


Step inside Joji’s Diner and you’re greeted by a space styled to look like Americana diners of days past, complete with cherry red booth seats, and a jukebox machine. The menu offers diner fare as well: think deliciously greasy breakfast sets, alongside mains such as Chicken & Waffles ($13.90++), burgers, and Mac & Cheese ($7.90++).

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Definitely grab a milkshake to enjoy with your meal for maximum vibes. There are three flavours to choose from: salted caramel, strawberry, and chocolate. Prices start at $9.90++.

Read our Joji’s Diner review.

Joji’s Diner – Serangoon
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ADDRESS
534 Upper Serangoon Rd, Singapore 534549
Opening Hours: Friday Open 24 Hours  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.2
(1480)
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Joji’s Diner is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. The Better Scoop


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The Better Scoop offers something a little different from the usual gelato-and-waffles combo. The Serangoon cafe has made quite a wave for their Nian Gao Waffles ($6.80++), where buttermilk waffle batter is laced with actual, chewy bits of nian gao for added chew. The gelato flavours here are unique as well, with options such as Honey Chamomile Blue Pea ($4.70) and Hoegarden Rose ($4.70).

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Situated just a five-minute walk from Serangoon MRT Station, the cafe is great for chill catch-ups with friends over dessert.

Read our The Better Scoop review.

The Better Scoop
ADDRESS
264 Serangoon Central, #01-203, Singapore 550264
Opening Hours: Friday 12:00 p.m - 10:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.2
(368)

Website
The Better Scoop is not a halal-certified eatery.


3. Apollo Coffee Bar


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Apollo Coffee Bar has been a Serangoon Gardens fave for years now, for two reasons: great food, and equally stunning interiors. Apollo Coffee Bar is run by the folks behind Atlas Coffeehouse and Columbus Coffee Co as well, so you know they’ve got the goods.

Apollo Coffee Bar Main Dining Area

Swing by before 4pm to feast on their brunch offerings, of which there are bites including Summertime French Toast ($22.90+++): shokupan paired with citrus-infused cream and fresh fruits. They also have Cereal Prawn Pasta ($22.60++), which takes inspiration from the zi char classic, mai pian xia. Be prepared to queue for a table, as it can be quite crowded during peak hours.

Read our Apollo Coffee House review.

ADDRESS
65 Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555961
Opening Hours: Friday 09:00 a.m - 10:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.1
(857)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Apollo Coffee Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.


4. Eleven Strands 


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Eleven Strands is located just opposite Serangoon Stadium, and is a great cafe to visit if you’re craving French and Italian fare. Their Beef Short Rib Pasta ($28++) is a crowd favourite, where fork-tender slow cooked beef ragu is tossed with pasta and a red wine sauce.

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Their Wagyu Beef Burger ($28++) is another crowd fave, where a marbled, juicy Wagyu patty is served on buttery brioche, then topped with caramelised onions. The bistro seats 70 people, spread across an indoor area, their long bar, and an airy, dining room at the back of the unit. 

Eleven Strands
ADDRESS
66 Yio Chu Kang Rd, Singapore 545568
Opening Hours: Friday 11:30 a.m - 10:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.2
(649)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Eleven Strands is not a halal-certified eatery.


5.  Chu and Co 


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Chu and Co is a hip bakery housed in Serangoon Gardens. This casual cafe offers quaint al fresco seating where you can enjoy their crafted coffees, famed bakes, and cheesy sammies.

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The Portobello Grilled Cheese ($17) is a popular pick, comprising a whole portobello with caramelised onions, herbed leek cream, tomato salsa and more. Else, opt for their weekend special: Pork Katsu Sando ($22), which stars a spicy house-made sambal aioli, cabbage slaw, and breaded pork katsu. They’ve got lots of fresh bakes on offer, too!

Chu And Co
ADDRESS
15 Lichfield Rd, Singapore 556835
Opening Hours: Friday 08:30 a.m - 04:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.4
(231)

Website
Chu and Co is not a halal-certified eatery.


6. Clovelly


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If you love pastas, bookmark Clovelly, a newish cafe that takes over Wimbly Lu’s previous space. This Serangoon cafe offers all-day brunch and handmade pastas at wallet-friendly pastas: think Carbonara ($18.90++) and Mushroom Pesto ($19.90++).

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Their Crab On Crab ($24.90++) is another signature main that comes with handmade gemelli pasta tossed in a creamy white wine sauce that’s cooked with butter and garlic. You also get a whole soft-shell crab on top.

Do note that the nearest train station is Lorong Chuan MRT Station instead of Serangoon.

Read our Clovelly feature!

Clovelly
ADDRESS
15-2 Jln Riang, Singapore 358987
Opening Hours: Friday 11:30 a.m - 09:30 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.4
(289)

Website
Clovelly is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Woodleigh and Potong Pasir cafes


7. Folk Yard 


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Located in Upper Serangoon, right next to Potong Pasir MRT Station, Folk Yard is known for their thick sandwiches that are well-priced under $20 each. Prices are nett, too! They’ve been touted as one of the coolest North-East cafes in Singapore.

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Their Breakfast Sandwich ($16) is a must-try; this hearty, sweet-savoury sandwich comprises shokupan with cheesy scrambled eggs, maple hashbrowns, and candied bacon. Otherwise, go for the Buttermilk Fried Chicken Sandwich ($16), which comes with a sinful mix of deep-fried chicken, curry aioli, and coconut slaw.

Read our Folk Yard review!

Folk Yard
ADDRESS
51 Upper Serangoon Rd, #01-59 Poiz Centre, Singapore 347697
Opening Hours: Friday 09:00 a.m - 12:00 a.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.5
(257)

Website
Folk Yard is not a halal-certified eatery.


8. Surrey Hills Grocer


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The Woodleigh Mall, directly connected to Woodleigh MRT Station, is home to a slew of hip dining spots, including Surrey Hills Grocer. This North-East outlet offers Australian-famous Pancake Parlour stacks, including the Classic Stack ($18++): fluffy pancakes served with vanilla creme Chantilly, whipped butter, and maple syrup. Each week, the pancake mix is flown in fresh from Melbourne.

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Their Pork Belly Benny ($28++), which stars a massive slab of sous-vide, then deep-fried, pork belly, is another must-try. If you want something even heartier, go for the Lava Wagyu Burger ($32++): brioche buns sandwiching a thick Wagyu beef patty, drenched in a skillet of melted cheese.

Surrey Hills Grocer Woodleigh Mall (Pet Friendly)
ADDRESS
11 Bidadari Park Dr, #01-52/53, Singapore 367803
Opening Hours: Friday 10:00 a.m - 10:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.3
(374)

Website
Surrey Hills Grocer Woodleigh Mall is not a halal-certified eatery.


Kovan cafes


9. FATCAT Ice Cream & Coffee 


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ICYMI: Bedok’s popular FATCAT Ice Cream & Coffee also has an outlet in Kovan. The homegrown ice cream bar shot to fame as one of Singapore’s OG waffle-ice-cream bars, thanks to their striking Charcoal Waffles (from $8.50).

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Enjoy ice cream atop at $5 for a single scoop, or $9 for a double. Else, FATCAT also does mean plated desserts, such as their Reverse S’mores ($12), which comes covered in a theatrical smoked dome, and dark chocolate Brownies ($5).

FATCAT Ice Cream & Coffee Boutique
ADDRESS
15 Simon Rd, Singapore 545907
Opening Hours: Friday 01:00 p.m - 11:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.3
(175)

Website
FATCAT Ice Cream & Coffee is not a halal-certified cafe.


10. Three Nuts Baker 


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Three Nuts Baker is a quaint hole-in-the-wall cafe in Kovan best known for their bakes and toasts. The Truffle Veal Cheek Toast ($19++) has been a huge favourite with fans, with meltingly tender veal cheek served atop tangy sourdough.

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The menu also has a handful of bombolone and fudgy chocolate desserts. If you want to get their bakes, swing by after 12pm. The space is small and only seats three, so takeaway is recommended.

Three Nuts Baker
ADDRESS
9 Yio Chu Kang Rd, #01-14, Singapore 545523
Opening Hours: Friday 09:00 a.m - 06:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.8
(77)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Three Nuts Baker is not a halal-certified eatery.


11. The Bread Rack 


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Fans of freshly baked bread and pastries can head over to The Bread Rack, an artisanal bakery-cafe located in Space @ Kovan. The industrial-themed space has an L-shaped glass display case where diners can choose between classic pastries such as Croissants ($4) and Pain Au Chocolat ($4.50), or freshly baked loaves to take home, with prices starting at $3.80 for a baguette.

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For more substantial bites, pick from their selection of croissant sandwiches, or their sole brunch offering: the Big Breakfast ($16.90), which comes with all your classic breakfast fixings. They’ve also got a range of coffees, teas, and other beverages, making this a solid pick for a quick catch-up with friends.

The Bread Rack
ADDRESS
9 Yio Chu Kang Rd, #01-54 Space@Kovan, Singapore 545523
Opening Hours: Friday 09:00 a.m - 06:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.4
(213)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
The Bread Rack is not a halal-certified eatery.


12. Lola’s Cafe


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When talking about the best North-East cafes in Singapore, you can’t leave out Lola’s Cafe, an absolute stalwart in the scene. Located near Kovan MRT Station, Lola’s provides a casual family environment, while serving up simple comfort food. It comes as no surprise that this homely joint is packed to the rafters on weekends. Expect to queue for up to an hour during peak periods.

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They’ve got their signature Spicy Tomato Crab Rigatoni ($20++), studded with crab chunks, alongside the Tsukune Sando ($17++), also available at their Holland Village outlet. The Pulled Pork & Avocado Eggs Benedict ($17++) is another crowd fave, served with tender, smoky pulled pork atop avo toast. Otherwise, try their Crab Cake Benedict ($20++) for something less predictable!  

Read our Lola’s Cafe feature.

Lola’s Cafe
ADDRESS
5 Simon Rd, Singapore 545893
Opening Hours: Friday 10:00 a.m - 10:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.4
(2078)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Lola’s Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.


Hougang cafes


13. Ola Acai 


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Stretch your dollar at Ola Acai, a cosy cafe in Kovan serving affordable acai bowls from just $5.90. They also have healthy smoothies and gelato with wafflets if you want something more indulgent!

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The under-HDB cafe offers Small, Medium, and Large acai bowls, priced at $5.90, $9.90, and $12.90 respectively. There’s the Nutz 4 Nuts, packed with banana, granola, almonds, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, caramelised cookie crumbs, and your choice of drizzle. Alternatively, get the Island Gal, which swaps out the nuts for strawberries and mango chunks.

Read our Ola Acai feature, or check out our full guide to the best acai bowls in Singapore!

Olá Açaí
ADDRESS
210 Hougang St 21, #01-273, Singapore 530210
Opening Hours: Friday 11:00 a.m - 10:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.8
(96)

Website
Ola Acai is not a halal-certified eatery.

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14. Icebar 


Icebar in Hougang Green Shopping Mall made quite the splash on social media when they opened in 2021, thanks to their ‘gram-worthy neon decor. The gelato cafe has quite a selection of flavours to choose from, which you can enjoy on waffles.

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We recommend sharing the Waffles With Double Scoop ($14.10) with a friend, else, opt for single scoops that start at $4.50. Plus point: Ice Bar is open till 2am, making them a great pick for a sugary supper.

Read our Icebar review.

ADDRESS
21 Hougang St 51, #02-14, Singapore 538719
Opening Hours: Friday 06:00 p.m - 02:00 a.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.5
(457)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Icebar is not a halal-certified eatery.


15. Flavour Flings 


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Halal-certified Flavour Flings is touted as a heartland gem. This Hougang cafe is located under a HDB block, and serves up tasty, affordable Western dishes, with unique twists.

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Their sweet-savoury Milo Popcorn Chicken ($11+) is a one-of-a-kind snack that features crispy chicken bits showered with Milo powder, paired with a spicy and creamy sambal sauce on the side. If you want something more “normal”, try their Blue Cheese Beef Burger ($19+) instead, and top up $5+ for a serving of Swiss Raclette Cheese!

Read our Flavour Flings review.

Flavour Flings
ADDRESS
121 Hougang Ave 1, #01-1348, Singapore 530121
Opening Hours: Friday 11:30 a.m - 04:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4
(670)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Flavour Flings is a halal-certified eatery.

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16. Alkove Bistro


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For wallet-friendly, French-inspired brunch fare in Hougang, visit Alkove Bistro. This neighbourhood cafe is helmed by renowned Chef Haikal Johari, who also heads the one-Michelin-starred restaurant Alma by Juan Amador on Scotts Road.

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Image credit: @alkove.sg

You won’t break the bank here as most mains are under $30+. There’s the quintessential Croque Monsieur ($17.90++), which pairs smoked Bayonne ham with Comte cheese, sandwiched between toasted brioche. They also have pastas and meaty mains such as Duck Confit ($21.90++) and Iberico Pork Stew ($20.90++).

Check out our Alkove Bistro feature!

alkove bistro
ADDRESS
2 Kovan Rd, #01-10 Simon Plaza, Singapore 548008
Opening Hours: Friday 11:30 a.m - 10:30 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.1
(210)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Alkove Bistro is not a halal-certified eatery.

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17. Lickers


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Lickers is a chameleon of a cafe. In the daytime, this ice cream parlour is bright and cheerful, sporting cute, family-friendly decor. At night, it morphs into a different being, as dim lighting and neon signs with cheeky taglines give a cool urban vibe to the space.

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Classic flavours such as Roasted Pistachio and Dark Chocolate ($3.80 for a single scoop, add $0.80 for premium flavours) are of course available. But if you’re feeling bold, there’s a multitude of unique flavours too. Most famous is the Yakult Oreo, which combines two Singaporean childhood favourites. The tangy yakult and sweet Oreo jive unexpectedly well, and are even better stacked on a Waffle (from $5). Good licking times indeed.

Lickers
ADDRESS
124 Hougang Ave 1, #01-1446, Singapore 530124
Opening Hours: Friday 12:00 p.m - 02:00 a.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.4
(1189)

Website
Lickers is not a halal-certified eatery.


Sengkang cafes


18. Apricus Cafe 


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New kid on the North-East cafes block is Apricus Cafe, run by The Populus crew. This Sengkang gem serves up classic Aussie-style brunch fair all day. Diners can choose between big breakfast sets, pastas, other mains, and even desserts. We highly recommend their Norwegian Salmon Brown Butter Linguine ($24+), which comes with a generous slab of crispy skinned salmon, and al dente linguine tossed in a nutty brown butter sauce.

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Bonus points to the cafe’s airy, high ceilings and the lush green plants that decorate the space, both of which help the cafe feel open, even on a busy day.

Read our Apricus Cafe review.

ADDRESS
248 Jln Kayu, Singapore 799472
Opening Hours: Friday 11:00 a.m - 09:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.1
(396)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Apricus Cafe is a Muslim-owned cafe.


19. Eat 3 Bowls


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For casual, no-frills Taiwanese fare in Sengkang, head to Eat 3 Bowls at the basement of Compass One. Here you’ll find a wide range of legit Taiwanese dishes, including the signature 3 Bowls Signature Trio Combo ($12.90): three petite-sized bowls of Braised Pork RiceOyster and Pig Intestine Mee Sua, and Shredded Chicken Rice.

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Don’t miss out on their dan bing too! A unique pick is the Hashbrown Egg Crepe Roll ($7.30), a crispy hashbrown encased in an egg roll, served alongside a garlic-soy dip.

Eat 3 Bowls (Compass One) 呷三碗
ADDRESS
1 Sengkang Square, B1-17 Compass One, Singapore 545078
Opening Hours: Friday 10:30 a.m - 09:30 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.5
(717)

Website
Eat 3 Bowls is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Punggol cafes


20. Well Collective 


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Northshore Plaza is Punggol’s hottest food haven, as the mega mall has a whole slew of eateries on its directory. One of the trendiest spots to visit is Well Collective, a French-Japanese cafe with gorgeous, mid-century modern interiors, and a pet-friendly alfresco area.

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The menu’s got a mix of healthy eats—think acai bowls and vegetarian options aplenty—and a good mix of Asian fusion, as well as classic brunch dishes. We loved their Madame’s Truffled Egg Croissant ($19++), where buttery, flaky pastry is stuffed with bechamel sauce, Emmental cheese, creamy scrambled eggs, and an indulgent shaving of black truffle. Desserts here aren’t to be missed, as the crafted cakes all look as good as they taste.

Read our Well Collective review.

Well Collective
ADDRESS
Blk 418 Northshore Drive 02-11/12, 418 Northshore Dr, #2 Northshore Plaza, Singapore 820418
Opening Hours: Friday 10:00 a.m - 10:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
3.9
(294)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Well Collective is not a halal-certified eatery.


21. Anna’s 


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Since its launch in 2023, sourdough cafe Anna’s has been making waves online. Started by The Soup Spoon’s founder Chef Anna, the Punggol gem offers brunch and dinner menus that are centred around house-baked sourdough bread.

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Their Dribs and Drops Diversity Board ($20++) is a must-order; this sharing platter comes with six slices of sourdough toast, sourdough crackers, six different dips, and a mix of dried fruits and nuts. Other signature mains include Boston Clam Chowder Sourdough Bread Bowl ($16++), Beef Brisket on Sourdough ($24++), and handmade sourdough pastas.

Anna’s
ADDRESS
681 Punggol Dr., #01-04 Oasis Terraces, Singapore 820681
Opening Hours: Friday 08:30 a.m - 10:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.2
(571)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Anna’s Sourdough is a halal-certified eatery.


22. Three Little Coconut


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Located in One Punggol, Three Little Coconut is Mr Coconut’s first-ever cafe! The cosy 30-seater offers a wide range of coconut-centric desserts, including Cendol Burnt Cheesecake ($8.90+), which features pandan jellies, red beans, and coconut sauce, a creamy cheesecake layer, and gula melaka-spiked biscuits at the bottom.

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If you prefer something hot, go for their croffles, priced from $7.60+. You get to choose between chocolate or gula melaka sauce, and there’s the option of adding a scoop of coconut ice cream for $1.30+ too! Don’t miss out on their Signature Coconut Shake ($4.70+), too.

Three Little Coconut by Mr Coconut
ADDRESS
One Punggol, Singapore
Opening Hours: Friday 11:00 a.m - 09:45 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.7
(28)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Three Little Coconut Singapore is not a halal-certified eatery.


23. Rise & Grind Coffee Co 


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Punggol’s Oasis Terraces is home to a handful of eateries, including Rise & Grind Coffee Co. The cafe is founded by two former Raffles Hotel chefs, who both have a passion for good food and equally good coffee. You can find all your classic cafe brunch bites on the menu, available till 3pm.

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Else, grab mains such as pizza, pasta, and Western dishes from 11am onwards. Prices here are pretty affordable too, as you can get a full meal for under $30++!

Rise & Grind Coffee Co.
ADDRESS
681 Punggol Dr., #01-06 Oasis Terraces, Singapore 820681
Opening Hours: Friday 10:00 a.m - 09:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.3
(1009)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Rise & Grind Coffee Co. is not a halal-certified eatery.


24. Whisk & Paddle


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Whisk & Paddle is a great North-East cafe to get away from it all and unwind. When the scenic alfresco area gets too hot for your liking, head inside for a cosy and peaceful environment. It’s a fab pit stop for bikers passing through Coney Island and Punggol Settlement, combining hearty grub with a stunning view.

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There’s a wide-ranging menu to choose from, mostly featuring standard brunch fare. The Bacon & Eggs French Toast ($23.80++) is an all-time favourite, second to their Eggs Benedict ($20++).

Whisk & Paddle
ADDRESS
10 Tebing Ln, Singapore 828836
Opening Hours: Friday 12:00 p.m - 10:00 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4
(2785)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Whisk & Paddle is not a halal-certified eatery.


Seletar cafes


25. Wildseed Cafe & Bar


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Surrounded by beautiful lush gardens, the botanically-themed Wildseed Cafe & Bar is tucked inside the ulu Seletar Aerospace Park. The scenery itself is worth a trip, with verdant greens enveloping the colonial building that houses the cafe. It’s not all for show though, as the cafe adopts a farm-to-table concept, utilising ingredients that are freshly harvested from the gardens.

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Inside, there’s a good balance between routine cafe fare and innovative dishes. Their Pulled Pork Burger ($26++) caters to the less adventurous, but they also have more interesting options such as Smoked Duck Pizza ($29++) and Soft Shell Chilli Crab Linguine ($29++). The cafe is pet-friendly, too!

Wildseed Café & Bar at The Summerhouse
ADDRESS
3 Park Ln, Level 1A Seletar Aerospace Drive, Singapore 798387
Opening Hours: Friday 08:00 a.m - 04:30 p.m  Show More Timings 
GOOGLE REVIEWS
4.3
(3347)
CONTACT INFORMATION

Website
Wildseed Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.


Check out these North-East cafes


If you’re looking for an area to host a chill day of cafe hopping with your pals, the North-East is as good as any. Check out these North-East cafes the next time you’re looking to hang out with friends or the fam over quality coffee and brunch fare.

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 West, and best cafes in the North.

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