With an array of different themes, these unique cafes are a must-visit.
Are you looking for some ways to up your Instagram game? If so, you might want to visit some cafes.
Here are unique five cafes where you can enjoy a hearty meal and capture some Insta-worthy photos.
While we aren’t able to travel to other countries and experience their different seasons yet, Korean-themed cafe Kreams Krafthouse has brought the fall season to Singapore.
Decorated with autumn leaves of different colours, the cafe will remind you of any park in Korea.
Matching their Korea-inspired theme, Kreams Krafthouse also sells Korean-inspired coffee beverages and scones at affordable prices between $7 to $9.
With their unique autumn theme and photogenic treats and beverages, you do not want to miss the opportunity to snap some Insta-worthy pics!
Address: 32 Maxwell Rd, #01-07 Maxwell Chambers, Singapore 069115
Opening hours: 9am-10.30pm from Monday to Saturday, 9am-6pm on Sunday
Even though the Harry Potter movie series ended a decade ago, the hype for the wizarding world has never died down. With Platform 1094, you get to experience the Harry Potter world for yourself.
The decor in Platform 1094 is inspired by the popular franchise, such as chairs bearing deer designs, Harry Potter’s patronus. There are also various props, such as wands and witches’ hats, which you can use to take Instagram pictures with your friends.
However, what really sells the cafe is their food and drinks. With unique names such as Hedwig’s Secret Message, a simple chocolate cake with an edible secret message, the food and drinks are not one to miss.
Platform 1094 also has many different concoctions, including the $15 Mr Lich’s Flaming Brew, dubbed as the cafe’s secret alcohol recipe. With a sprinkle of cinnamon powder, flames will arise from the drink, making you feel like a true wizard!
If you wish to opt for non-alcoholic drinks, you can view their menu for more options.
Address: 1094 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 328192
Opening hours: 11am-10pm from Tuesday to Sunday. Closed on Mondays
How much pink is too much? If you set foot into the Little House of Dreams, you will realise that sometimes too much pink is perfect.
This local bakery has many sweet treats – including a selection of breakfast and brunch items until 4pm, scrumptious main dishes until 6pm, and dinner after 6pm daily! Throughout the day, you can also feast on their bakes and confectionaries.
Most of their dishes range from $10 to $20, with many kid-friendly options that can cater to a younger demographic.
Address: 58 Seng Poh Road #01-15 Singapore 160058
Opening hours: 9am-9pm from Sunday to Thursday, 9am-10pm on Friday and Saturday
Situated inside a bright glasshouse, the Dempsey outlet from Baker & Cook stands out from its other outlets.
You can also look forward to their dishes, including their signature dishes Peter Gordon’s Turkish Eggs ($20) or the Dutch baby pancakes ($22).
You can reserve a spot at the neighborhood cafe here. Do note that you will not be able to make reservations from 8am to 4pm on weekends and public holidays.
Address: 30C Loewen Road Singapore 248839
Opening hours: 8am-10pm from Monday to Friday, 4pm-10pm on Saturday and Sunday
Escape from the hustle and bustle of Singapore’s city life with Wildseed Cafe’s Seletar outlet. With its picturesque scenery, you definitely do not want to miss out capturing photos for your Instagram feed.
You can choose from two different options at The Summerhouse: the cafe and the bar. You could also try dining at the garden domes at the Summerhouse, which are pricier but worth every penny.
For more information about their other outlets, you can check out their other website here.
Address: 3 Park Lane, Level 1, Singapore 798387
Opening hours: The opening hours for each concept varies.
It’s time to improve your Instagram game, so bring your camera – and your friends – to these places!
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