Top 5 Brunch Places in Singapore

There are plenty of brunch places in Singapore and you won’t be able to try them all. Even we’ve not found the time to try the newer ones though we’ve heard plenty of good things. When we finally find some free time on our hands, we find ourselves visiting our old favourites so that we always know what to expect, and we don’t have to put up with unpleasant surprises.  This works for us especially when we’re taking guests out around town – we’re not the type of hosts to subject our guests to experimental visits to places we’ve not been to before. We’re boring like that! We hope you’ll enjoy these places as much we do, and that you’ll never get bored of them.

1. P.S Cafe


P.S Cafe has been our all-time favourite place for brunch and afternoon tea.  A wide selection of cakes and desserts, and daily specials keeps us going back for more. They have been expanding steadily over the years, and our favourite locations are at Martin Road, Dempsey, and Paragon. Martin Road has a local menu, as well as a pizza menu while maintaining the favourites from the other P.S Cafes such as the P.S burger, and truffle fries. Be sure to pop by these cafes if you happen to be in the area

P.S Cafe

Address: 28B Harding Rd, Singapore 249549
Hours: 11am to 11pm Mon – Fri, 930am to 11pm Sat/Sun
Phone: 9079 8782

2. Wild Honey


Another one of our favourites for brunch or coffee at Scotts Square or Mandarin Gallery, Wild Honey has a wide range of breakfast specialties across different countries. Pick your breakfast inspiration – English, Tunisian, Spanish, Australian, Caribbean, Canadian breakfast among other favourites. Check out their full menu here! 

Wild Honey 

Address: #03-01, 6 Scotts Square, Scotts Road, 6 Scotts Rd, 01 / 02 Scotts Square, 228209
Hours: 9am to 830pm Sun-Thurs, 9am to 930pm Fri/Sat
Phone: 6636 1816

3. The Populus Coffee & Food Co


What can we say about Populus. For starters, it sure is popular. (Warned you that we’re not very good at writing). They do a very interesting spring onion pancake with fried chicken, and their wagyu quinoa grain bowl is excellent. I honestly didn’t think that a quinoa bowl could taste as good as the one served at Populus. Try their pancakes, lamb baked eggs, and butter rum french toast. Be sure to make a reservation to avoid a long wait!

Address: 146 Neil Rd, 088875
Hours: Tuesday closed. Mon- Weds 930-7pm, Thurs-Sun 930am-1030pm
Phone: 6635 8420

4. The Coffee Academics 


Originally from Hong Kong (or at least that’s the first of how i know of them), Coffee Academics recently opened their Singapore outlet at the Scotts Square. Eggs breakfast, pancake stacks, and churros are items you’ll find on the menu. We’ve heard that they shine more for their coffee than their food so you might want to head upstairs to Wild Honey for grub, and coffee academics for their reputed top-quality beans and high-tech equipment.

Address: Scotts Square, #02-01/02, Scotts Square,, 6 Scotts Road, Scotts Square, 228209
Hours: 9am to 9pm Daily
Phone: 6538 1940

5. Atlas Coffeehouse

Atlas Coffeehouse initially began as the Assembly Cafe off Evans Road. They’ve closed their own outlet and opened a larger coffee joint with a more extensive menu, and they still serve great coffee and salted caramel waffles. Be sure to ask for your waffles to be fresh, as we’ve come across a few that were probably made in batches because the  demand for them spikes up very quickly. Also try their nutella cupcakes and lemon pies. Situated in the Bukit Timah enclave, it is walking distance from the Singapore Botanic Gardens Cluny Court Gate.
Atlas Coffeehouse
Address: 6 Duke’s Rd, 268886
Phone:6314 2674
Hours: 8am to 7pm
For casual and hearty local fare, be sure to check out our hawker guide! Plan your meals and day out with our shopping guide, and don’t forget to get some fresh air in our recommended outdoor activities.  Limitless things to do in so make sure you plan your day right 😉