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Best Bistros in Raffles Place

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A photo of Cat Café Neko no Niwa restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(110)
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Kembangan
Cat Café Neko no Niwa is proud to be Singapore’s first cat café and a proven hit with both locals and visitors alike, being continuously awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence ever since 2014. Situated in a conservation shophouse by the Singapore River in Boat Quay, this charming spot offers the purrfect place to unwind with coffee, cakes and cats. The adorable feline company is undoubtedly a heartwarmer and guests pay a time-based fee to enjoy time with them.
A photo of SOFI Cafe Pizza by Pasta Brava restaurant
2.0
(1)
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Chinatown
SOFI Cafe Pizza in Singapore is a restaurant we just can’t get enough of, serving authentic Italian delights which are created by using only the finest ingredients. SOFI is the sister restaurant to the world-famous Pasta Brava, which is conveniently located just next door on Craig Road. As well as offering diners the chance to sample Pasta Brava’s legendary food, SOFI Cafe Pizza also focuses on serving up everything from cake and coffee to thin-crust pizza. If you’re in the mood for fantastic service, a great atmosphere and truly spectacular pizza in Singapore, then book a table at SOFI Cafe Pizza by Pasta Brava. You can find it just down the street from the Tanjong Pagar MRT station.
A photo of Angelina - Marina Bay Sands restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(44)
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Bayfront
A photo of Flock Cafe restaurant
4.3
Awesome(228)
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Bukit Merah
Situated down Moh Guan Terrace, Flock Cafe is a dream come true for Singapore’s coffee lovers and caffeine addicts. Locals do indeed flock to the restaurant's Tiong Bahru location, and we can’t blame them – this fantastic cafe serves up amazing cuisine in addition to their delightful variety of brews. The interior of Flock Cafe is sleek and modern, the perfect spot for some quiet contemplation with a cup of coffee or tea. Try one of their sandwiches for lunch, order up some French toast in the morning or go for some coffee and a piece of cake in the afternoon – whatever the plan, be sure to book ahead, as Flock Cafe is known to stay busy, especially during peak hours.
A photo of Strangers' Reunion restaurant
4.4
Awesome(110)
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Bukit Merah
Leading the city’s speciality coffee and brunch scene, Strangers’ Reunion in Singapore is a passionate and contemporary café in Tanjong Pagar. With multiple award-winning and talented baristas behind the coffee machines – ones that have won both Singaporean and world championships – guests can expect only the best quality coffee at Strangers’ Reunion. One can order themself an aeropress, syphon, pourover or espresso and delight in the café’s ambient atmosphere, their Kampong Bahru Road location boasting both modern decor and friendly vibes. To match such artisan coffee, Strangers’ Reunion offer an all-day brunch menu inspired by international cuisines. There’s everything from buttermilk waffles and whipped avocado on toast, to smoothie bowls and truffle tagliatelle. With artisan teas and craft beers also available, a visit to this Singapore café is not to be missed. Reservations are essential.
A photo of King And The Pawn restaurant
4.5
Awesome(14)
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Bugis
King and the Pawn in Singapore is a one-of-a-kind board game cafe and bar featuring over 300 board games, comfort food with a playful twist, beer on tap, milkshakes, cocktails and locally-roasted coffee. The board games range from party games and bluffing games for large groups, to brain-burning strategy games, as well as 2-player games for date nights with a difference. If you're feeling peckish, a savoury selection of mains and nibbles are also available, like creamy duck confit pasta or a giant bowl of truffle fries with seaweed mayo. A full brunch menu is also served on weekends. Head to this unique Purvis Street spot armed with a reservation – you’ll need one!
A photo of Old Hen Kitchen restaurant
4.2
Awesome(28)
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Kembangan
Old Hen Kitchen in Singapore is a charming Farrer Park eatery with a loyal following of fans. From all-day breakfast and brunch options to some of the neighbourhood’s best coffee, the food and drink at this Owen Road restaurant really hits the spot. Whether you choose to kick off your morning in style with a mixed berry smoothie bowl or opt instead to enjoy an indulgent lunch of salmon and soba, you are sure to be paying the team of chefs a compliment or two come the end of your meal.
A photo of Typhoon Cafe restaurant
4.2
Awesome(94)
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Dhoby Ghaut
Typhoon Cafe in Singapore is a smorgasbord for any foodie’s taste buds and offers a delicious trifecta of Taiwanese cuisine, decadent desserts and artisan fruit teas. This modern all-day eatery is passionate about bringing the tastes of Taiwan to Singapore, setting up shop in a chic and comfortable space within the Plaza Singapura on Orchard Road. Their menu is truly extensive and includes authentic Taiwenese dishes like oyster omelette, san bei chicken and bao buns. The set meals are a steal, yet make sure you save room for something sweet, as Typhoon Cafe’s indulgent desserts are signature in Orchard’s dining scene.
A photo of Bee's Knees at the Garage restaurant
3.7
Very Good(52)
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Tanglin
Dining at Bee’s Knees in Singapore is a buzzing experience to say the least (pun very much intended). Located in the Singapore Botanic Gardens – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – this charming Bukit Timah cafe pollinates its surroundings with warm hospitality and great service. A family-friendly, all-day dining cafe by day and a cozy hangout by night, the Western-inspired menu at Bee’s Knees features a wide variety of pastas, sandwiches and pizzas that are injected with Asian-inspired flavours. Housed in a marvellous heritage building, arriving at Bee’s Knees with a table reservation in your back pocket is highly recommended.
A photo of Jones The Grocer Dempsey Hill restaurant
4.7
Exceptional(2)
Price: Moderate
• Bistro • Queenstown
Jones The Grocer at Dempsey Hill is a highly esteemed destination for international cuisine. Known for its impeccable service, it delivers a culinary experience that consistently impresses even during the busiest periods, despite occasional staff shortages. The food is praised for being universally good, a testament to the restaurant's commitment to presenting the best of international flavors. Though the music is reported to be slightly loud, it further adds to the vivifying ambiance with its pleasing tunes. This spot is a testament to the heights that can be achieved with dedication to quality food and service.
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