At Boat Quay, Un-Yang-Kor-Dai, which means “anything goes”, specialises in Northeastern Thai or Isaan cuisine.
Twenty Eight Cafe at Wilkie Road is a quaint cafe run by Italian restaurant and bar 28Wilkie. Serving all-day brunch menu and specialty coffee, the 60-seater cafe is equipped with many charging ports, making it a potential spot for students from nearby schools to drop by and study.
The Coffee Academics has collaborated with Saucy to present an Umami Up Brunch menu, consisting of an iced yuan yang latte and eggs benedict with two contrasting flavours ($30 for the set menu, ends 31 July).
Japan Rail Cafe at Tanjong Pagar Centre is a Japanese cafe and rail ticket and travel information centre. Every month, they serve special dishes from different prefectures in Japan.
Tsui Wah 翠華, Clarke Quay: Jumbo Seafood Brings to Singapore a Hong Kong Cha Chaan Teng Established in 1967
With a history of 60 years, Hong Kong’s Tsui Wah has set foot in Singapore.
Jing Hua Restaurant, Palais Renaissance: Once Named Qun Zhong in 1989, Specialises in Zha Jiang Mian and XLB
Jing Hua Restaurant at Palais Renaissance has been around since 1989, and specialises in zha jiang mian, xlb, and tang yuan.
Clan Cafe at Straits Clan, Bukit Pasoh: Chichi Cafe, Men with Straw Hats and Thin Women in Loose Blouses
Clan Cafe at Straits Clan serves healthy, simple food like rice bowls, salads, broths, sandwiches, herbal teas, and kombucha brewed in-house.