Most Instagrammable Guide
We all know that whenever we eat out, feeding our cameras is just as important as feeding ourselves. Whether you’re out of new restaurants to take drool-worthy photos of or trying to upgrade your Insta-game, these eye candy eateries are perfect for you.
#Aesthetics | #Food-Porn
8 Raffles Avenue
Singapore (039802) Map
Give in to temptation and join the dark side at Alter Ego, where you can get indulgent, diet-defying meals that are to die for. If the sinful foodporn isn’t enough, you’ll also love the edgy decor which is designed to bring out the food maniac in you. Here’s a quick tip: the grilled cheese is too good to share, so don’t even try.
308 Tanglin Road
Singapore (247974) Map
With classy minimalist decor and food that looks as good as it tastes, there’s no doubt that Boufe ticks all our Instagram boxes. You won’t be able to resist snapping photos of everything, especially the whimsical desserts like Daisy Cake and Milky Way. Make sure you dress for the occasion too, because the swing set outside just calls for an OOTD shot.
Blk 4 Changi Village Road #01-2090,
Singapore (500004) Map
Nothing could prepare you for what greets you when your coffee is served - the 3D latte art at Chock Full of Beans is just too cute to be true! With teddy bears and kittens peeking out from over the rim of the cup, it’ll be hard to stop yourself from taking photos and actually drink the coffee. Pair it with a classic Eggs Benedict for the ultimate comforting breakfast.
44 Jalan Merah Saga
#01-52, Chip Bee Gardens
Singapore (278116) Map
Any time is dessert time at Sunday Folks, so pack your sweet tooth and get ready for a slew of mouth-watering cakes and delectable ice cream. The warm, welcoming interior features vases of baby’s breath on every table, perfect for ornamenting your photos before you dig into treats like Lemon Lavender Cake, Sea Salt Gula Melaka Ice Cream, and more.
9 Jalan Kubor
Singapore (199206) Map
Symmetry is one of those places that makes you feel right at home. Tastefully cluttered and furnished with vintage lamps and warm wooden furniture, it’s full of warm and cosy vibes, just like those cafes you see on the roadsides in Europe. Imagine tucking into a Crab Benedict or Breakfast Waffle on a weekend morning - the perfect lazy brunch.
1 Scotts Road
Singapore (228208) Map
Give yourself a sweet treat at Tarte by Cheryl Koh, an award-winning patisserie by Asia’s best pastry chef. Her tarts, especially the strawberry and cherry, never fail to hit the spot, bringing you to heaven and back. The vibrant colours, brought out by the pristine white cafe, are a feast for the eyes as well.
146 Neil Road
Singapore (088875) Map
Tucked away in a shophouse on Neil Road is gastro-cafe The Populous Coffee & Food Co. Their delicious food is full of colour and life, with heartwarming breakfast fare like the Populous Scramble and gorgeous desserts like the Lemon and White Chocolate Waffle Sundae, decorated with dainty flowers so it looks like a stairway to foodie heaven.
10 Bayfront Avenue
Tower 2 Lobby
Marina Bay Sands
Singapore (018956) Map
The atmosphere at Adrift soothes and comforts instantly, with full-length windows letting in natural light and a view of the plants outside while the chairs, suspended from the ceiling like garden swings, add just a touch of whimsy. Let your cares float away as you sip on the refreshing Troublemaker, and savour small plates like the Alaskan King Crab Melt.
30 Penhas Road
Singapore (208188) Map
If you’d love to go to Paris but just don’t have the cash, then Antoinette is the place for you. The restaurant is decorated to resemble a beautiful French palace, with pastel walls, Rococo-style trimmings, and cushy armchairs contributing to its luxurious ambience. They have sumptuous hearty mains like the Duck Rillette, complemented by dainty desserts like the sweet Nougatine.
323 Alexandra Road,
Park Hotel Alexandra
Singapore (159972) Map
This swanky open-concept rooftop bar is one of the highlights of Park Hotel Alexandra. Perched beside the infinity pool, it’s the best place to take in the golden sunset over the treetops of the Southern Ridge. Complete the experience with a tasty cocktail in hand - we highly recommend their aptly named Alexandra Sunset Cocktail.
115 Amoy Street
Singapore (069935) Map
Edgy, contemporary, and innovative, Birds of a Feather and its sleek, sophisticated interior is the perfect place for a night out with your chilli-loving buddies. Its menu features dishes like a Tofu Burger with Mapo Sauce and Seared Japanese Madai, reinventing traditional Sichuan cuisine while retaining all the flavours and spices that make it unique.
1 Magazine Road
Singapore (059567) Map
The hit sitcom “Friends” may be long over, but its legacy still lives on. Experience the “Friends” life at Singapore’s very own Central Perk. From the comfy sofas to the coffee counter, it’s decorated to look exactly like the beloved coffeeshop from the show. Even the food is themed, with favourites like Janice’s Oh My God Baby Back Ribs.
18A Dempsey Road
Singapore (249677) Map
Dining at COMO cuisine is like having a picnic without the hassle and heat. The restaurant is decked out in beautiful garden chairs of every style, from ornate wrought-iron to classic wood, and dotted with vibrant potted plants. Its food is just as lively, celebrating Singapore’s melting-pot culinary heritage with adventurous dishes like Snapper Curry and Kingfish Tacos.
120 Desker Road
Singapore (209639) Map
Indulge in delectable nosh at CreatureS, an award-winning restaurant offering comfort on a plate with a pinch of Asian flair. With blue-green walls, lush plants, and full length windows featuring ornate detailing, the restaurant resembles an oriental oasis. Spice up your palate with some Pumpkin Soup and You Tiao or Creatures Laksa, which are great for pictures too!
391A Orchard Road
Singapore (238873) Map
DC Superheroes are the backbone of our childhood, so a DC-themed cafe is definitely at the top of our to-do list. The cafe features life-size models of all the famous heroes, walls and booths plastered with comic-style drawings, and food decorated with superhero symbols. Some great dishes include the Smallville Chicken Burger and Wonder Woman Lava Cake.
3 Temasek Boulevard
Singapore (038983) Map
Eggs reign supreme in the Gudetama Cafe. The chairs look like cracked-open hard boiled eggs, and there are egg-shaped booths if you’re looking for some privacy. You’ll also be thrilled to see Gudetama’s lethargic face gazing blearily at you from every dish, drizzled over the Suntanning Pizza or piped onto eggs in the “I’m Cold” Smoked Salmon Benedict.
Block 8 Dempsey Road
Singapore (247696) Map
The princessy patisserie decorated in tones of pastel pink and cream is every little girl’s dream come true. With fairy lights and dainty flowers, as well as a healthy dose of sugar, spice, and everything nice, you’ll be living your childhood dreams while enjoying Portobello Fritters, Waffles with Ice Cream, and artisanal pastries.
331 North Bridge Road, Odeon Towers
Singapore (188720) Map
Take a sip of Singapore’s flavours at Loof, a playful rooftop bar serving top-quality cocktails with a local twist. From the local-inspired foods like their Bak Chor Mee Grilled Cheese to the huge neon sign displaying every Chinese student’s favourite phrase, Loof is quirky, cheeky and unmistakably Singaporean.
130E Minden Road
Singapore (248819) Map
There’s something romantic to eating produce from a garden that’s flourishing before your eyes. At Open Farm Community, you’ll get just that. The delightfully rustic restaurant blends perfectly with its relaxing natural surroundings, and the flavours of fresh, farm-to-table veggies don’t disappoint, giving you delicious eats like their BBQ chicken with herbs from the garden.
1 Fullerton Road
Singapore (049213) Map
It’s always fun and lively at OverEasy, a retro diner that’s full of a quirky, tongue-in-cheek charm. With red and white tiles, an all-too-familiar bar, and cushy booth seats lining the walls, this is just about as American as it gets. Don’t be afraid to indulge in their huge selection of re-imagined comfort food, featuring a sinful truffle burger, spicy buffalo wings, and lots of milkshakes.
9 Raffles Boulevard
Singapore (039596) Map
Recharge and be rejuvenated at Plentyfull, which serves hearty, honest and wholesome food in a comforting, industrial-chic space. You won’t be able to take your eyes off the food when it comes - each dish is a marriage of local and artisanal ingredients sporting vibrant and bright colours, creating an appetising feast for the eyes.
18 Marina Gardens Drive
#01-09, Flower Dome Gardens by the Bay
Singapore (018953) Map
Dine in style at Pollen, perched at the top of the Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay. Everything about the restaurant is stunning, from the amazing dishes like Jasmine Tea Cured Salmon to the stunning birds’ eye view of Marina Bay. With bouquets of flowers and free access to the Flower Dome, you’ll leave with your appetite and photo album satisfied.
320 Havelock Road
The Warehouse Hotel
Singapore (169628) Map
Po, which means “grandmother” in Chinese, elevates Singaporean staples to gourmet heights. The rustic and warm, yet chic restaurant serves up exquisite dishes like Popiah and Kurobuta Char Siew. Everything crafted completely by hand using traditional methods that will make you feel like you’re back in your own grandmother’s kitchen.
2 Keppel Bay Vista
Marina At Keppel Bay
Singapore (098382) Map
458 Joo Chiat Road,
Singapore (427671) Map
This vintage cafe is flooding with nostalgia, sporting familiar fittings and furnishings like a red iron gate, bright red stools, and a retro boxy TV set that make it look like an old-school living room. Sit back, relax, and dig into some heritage fusion eats - think a Har Jeong Burger and a traditional Nyonya soup topped with a crispy duck confit.
25 Boon Tat Street
Singapore (069622) Map
Dance with dragons and step into the Eileen Chang’s Hong Kong at Sum Yi Tai, a modern Cantonese restaurant and bar. Enjoy your tapas-style XO Carrot Cake and Crispy Roast Pork while bathed in red light and surrounded by fascinating dragons. The restaurant captures 1940s Hong Kong: daring, seductive, and blurring the line between tradition and modernity.
1 Cluny Road
Ginger Garden, Botanic Gardens
Singapore (259569) Map
The Halia at the Botanic Gardens brings you face-to-face with nature while you eat, creating the perfect soothing atmosphere for you to unwind and relax over an indulgent weekend lunch. Munch on Singaporean fusion treats like Chilli Crab Spaghettini and Ginger Nougat Cafe, with the treetops literally just an arm’s length away.
1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island
Singapore (098297) Map
In perfect harmony with its seaside surroundings, The Knolls offers an unparalleled Mediterranean fine dining experience. The restaurant features mellow, earthy tones that create a comforting ambience where you can fully relax among the rustling trees, while enjoying bold and fresh Mediterranean flavours with dishes like Pan Seared Sea Bass.
39C Harding Road
Singapore (249541) Map
With lush greenery all around, dotted with quaint garden chairs and tables, The Rabbit Hole looks every bit a picturesque colonial garden, perfect for your very own adult “tea” party. The bar has a gin for everyone, whether it’s the classic dry No. 3 or the floral Hendrick’s Gin, mixed with herbs harvested from the garden.
28 Lorong Ampas
Singapore (328781) Map
Cyclists will love the decor here, which as its name suggests, is all about bicycles. Old road bikes are mounted on the walls, and bicycle frames line the wall behind the coffee counter, creating the perfect vintage-chic vibes. It’s also a great option for a lazy brunch, with delicious items like Bangers & Mash and Pork Katsu Toast available until 3pm.
3 Park Lane
Singapore (798387) Map
Once you walk into this cafe, patisserie, and bar, you’ll be greeted by a profusion of flowers and plants. They’re everywhere, hanging dried from the ceiling, lining the counter, and decorating tables. Go ahead and snap a few photos of their dainty Elderflower Cheesecake with a flower pot in the background - you know you want to.
6 Duxton Hill
Singapore (089592) Map
Loud, bold, and unmistakable, Xiao Ya Tou’s creative fusion foods breathe new life into classic Chinese favourites. As you enjoy brunch-worthy items like the Unagi Eggs Benedict or heartier mains like Angus Short Ribs, take a moment to snap some photos of the fascinating decor: plastered in vintage posters, and bright lanterns lining the ceiling.