Kafe Kakis: 3 New Cafes to Check Out in February 2021

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Bored of the usual options and looking for something new? Singapore’s cafe scene is a vibrant one, with new places that are constantly innovating and presenting their own unique culinary take. Here are three newly-opened cafes that are perfect for catch-ups with your kafe-hopping pals:

The Baking Cloud

Answer the constant question of “what to eat this weekend ah?” with alcoholic desserts, courtesy of The Baking Cloud! Specialising in alcoholic desserts and drinks, this cafe shares a space with Level Ground Bar, and is the perfect place to have your cake (set on fire) and eat it too!

The Flaming Surprise (Yakult Soju Ice Cream Bombe Alaskan) is a deliciously creative spin on the classic Bomb Alaska, with freshly layered marshmallow covering moreish cake and soju ice cream. This fluffy confection is then doused with alcohol and flambéed, in a stunning display that looks as good as it tastes.

In the mood for a classic chocolate treat? Take a sip of the Hot Chocolate, featuring a handmade dark chocolate shell decorated with tiny hearts, which melts at the pour of warm milk to reveal fluffy marshmallows that rise to the surface.

Fans of cake jars should also try their Alcoholic Cake Jar, where light cream is balanced by crunchy granola to present a medley of textures; their Alcoholic Cupcake is no slouch either, with a generous shot of whiskey and rich chocolate cake.


12 North Canal Rd, #01-01, The Offshore Building, Singapore 048825

Opening hours:

Monday: 6 p.m. – 10.30 p.m.

Tuesday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 10.30 p.m.

Sunday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Main Street Commissary

If you’re looking for a quiet space with quality coffee, Main Street Commissary’s just the place for you.

This specialty coffee experience in Little India is a collaboration between creative agency Protocol and Bearded Bella, with Bearded Bella as a consultant to help train the baristas and design the menu.

Featuring a minimalist interior, the cafe offers a classic range of coffee, tea and fresh juices, such as the Magik. Those seeking a rich & comforting cuppa should try the Hot Chocolate, which is made using quality Valhorna chocolate. A choice selection of pastries and salads are also available – the perfect pairing for drinks.

Address: 81 Rowell Rd, Singapore 208014

Opening hours:

Monday – Saturday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (closed on Sunday)

The Secret Garden by Zeekri

New brunch spot alert! The Secret Garden by Zeekri is a botanical themed café, with Muslim-friendly French-inspired cuisine. Great for cosy brunches and date nights alike, this two-storey cafe features dreamy decor reminiscent of a garden, from the flowers that adorn each table to forest-themed wallpaper. Impress your significant other with great grub and a meaningful gift – this florist-brasserie is home to an in-house florist too!

Start your meal with the well-balanced Avocado Kale Salad, and try their Chicken Pesto Cream Fusili for a heartier option. Fans of afternoon tea will also be spoilt for choice with their assortment of fresh pastries and cakes.

Address: 19 Baghdad Street, Singapore 199658

Opening hours:

Monday – Sunday: 11.30 a.m. – 10 p.m.

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