Bee’s Knees At The Garage – A New Secret Hideout At Singapore Botanic Gardens

Bee's Knees The Garage

Bee’s Knees at The Garage, nestled within Singapore Botanic Gardens, is a hideout away from the hustle and bustle of the city that allows you to dine within lush greenery, which makes it a perfect spot for weekend brunch.

The pet-friendly cafe serves a range of western dishes and specialises in pizza, pasta, sandwiches and desserts. Drivers should go by Cluny Park Road for direct access to Bee’s Knees.

Walk up a small pathway to a historical building which is home to two dining establishments—Bee’s Knees on the ground level and Botanico at the Garage right above.

Bee's Knees

Running a semi-self service concept, visitors have to make their orders at the counter and pick up the food at the collection point. No service charge is included in your bill.

You can choose to sit in the alfresco area during fine weather with your fur kids or head indoors to dine in an air-conditioned room.

Bee's Knees Tiger Prawns

We enjoyed the buttery Tiger Prawns (S$18+) pasta, which was full flavoured and came with plenty of juicy prawns and cherry tomatoes.

Bee Knee's Waffle

Waffles at Bee’s Knees are extremely photogenic and we decided to go for the Caramelised Apples, Greek Yoghurt and Cranberries waffle. Those who prefer soft Belgium waffles as opposed to crispy ones will enjoy this.

Good for sharing, and you can expect a combination of sweet and sour tones from the fruits and greek yoghurt.

Bee's Knees Menu

Other dishes on the menu include Carnivore Pizza (S$25+), Truffle Carbonara Pasta (S$18+) and Beef Cheek Bolognese (S$16+). Dessert options include cake, churros and a variety of ice cream flavours.

Bee’s Knees (Level 1, The Garage)
50 Cluny Park Road
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Singapore 257488
Tel: +65 6264 7978
Tue to Sun: 10am – 6pm
Nearest Station: Botanic Gardens

Julee is a staff writer for ladyironchef. She is an advocate of travel and hopes to visit Iceland someday. She enjoys having a good conversation over tea and a slice of cake. There are two things in the world she cannot live without—food and humour.