The first avocado-themed cafe has opened up in Singapore three weeks ago and it is located at Adelphi Park.
All The Batter may not be new in Singapore as it currently has a dessert kiosk at Anchorpoint Shopping Mall but you can now enjoy their full range of avocado delights in a comfortable cafe environment.
Weekends just got “all the batter” (all the better) with their exclusive Avocado Dessert Menu featuring highlights such as avocado cakes, smoothies and Avocado Milk Balls! Before you rush down to All The Batter at Jasmine Road—off Upper Thomson road—do note that it is open only during the weekends.
A slew of eateries—including Lunar Coffee Brewers, 6 Oz Espresso, Venue by Sebastian—has opened at the new Downtown Gallery in the Central Business District.
The newest addition is The Autobus—a bicycle-themed cafe that serves up healthy salad bowls as well as good coffee and tea. This is undoubtedly every bicycle enthusiast’s dream because not only do they sell food here, they also carry a huge range of bicycle equipment and apparel.
Have you ever been so obsessed with a particular TV show or movie ‘fandom’ that you just cannot get enough of it? Fawning over characters, story plots and the whole fictional universe of a show is nothing new.
Because this gets a lot of traffic and demand for merchandise and all things related, some people have decided to come up with themed cafes and restaurants to further entrance people into that particular world.
One of the most popular themes used is none other than Harry Potter and there are actually quite a number of Potter-themed F&B establishments worldwide centred around this iconic series. Other themes include popular American television series, cult movies and more – and we love them all.
If you are intrigued by all the crazy and cool themes that currently exists around the world, read on to discover the 17 Coolest Movie & TV Show-Themed Restaurants And Bars Around The World.
Japan’s beloved Sanrio character—Cinnamoroll—is having a pop-up cafe in Singapore from 17 May to 13 August 2017.
It will be located at Kumoya—a Japanese-French inspired cafe at Jalan Klapa—to mark Cinnamoroll’s 15th anniversary. This collaboration will see a Cinnamoroll theme in the café.
Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafe is a hidden cafe that is situated far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The owner is a vintage bike collector who proudly displays his beautiful vintage bicycles all around the cafe. Needless to say, we were all in awe of the cafe’s lovely interior.
Besides that, having a meal at this bike cafe is a unique experience in itself. Diners are able to watch private airplanes take off from Seletar Airport which is located just beside the bike cafe. How cool is that?!
However as one of the most ulu cafes in Singapore, is it really worth the effort to make all your way there for a meal? Well, read on to find out more! READ ON
Central Perk—F.R.I.E.N.D.S themed cafe—is finally opening in Singapore this weekend.
Located at Central Mall, it will be a 100-seater cafe with floor space of 3,300sq feet. Other than the main set of the café, there is also an extension of a studio set area and outdoor alfresco Streets of New York (recreated indoors).
The F.R.I.E.N.D.S corner will feature character themed wall and iconic themed furniture—Patsy the dog, Pacman machine, Monica Kitchen and Joey Italian Fine craftsmanship cabinet.
Character themed cafes are not new in Singapore but each time a new one comes up, everyone gets all excited to find out what is in store. While they are not known to serve delicious grub, many still love character themed cafes for its atmosphere and creatively designed food and beverages.
It really comes down to individual preferences to decide if it is worth the splurge as dishes sold in these character-themed cafes usually do not come cheap. However, they make the most Instagram-worthy pictures. What’s your take?
Here are 7 Character Themed Cafes To Check Out In Singapore. READ ON
The first Crafholic Pop-Up Cafe is here in Singapore from now until 13 November 2016.
Kki Sweets — a popular Japanese dessert shop in Singapore — has collaborated with Craftholic Singapore to bring the first Craftholic Cafe in Singapore. Located at the School of the Arts (SOTA), the store is the first outside Japan, and will only be here until 13 November 2016.