With the third wave coffee movement in full swing, hipster cafes and artisan eateries are a dime a dozen – and so are specialty coffees and drinks. From the unique tasting to the Instagram-worthy, here are 15 thirst quenchers that are worth checking out:
How much are you willing to pay for a bowl of noodles?
Eateries with artisanal or fusion takes on local cuisine have been popping up all over Singapore, giving an atas twist to humble dishes strongly associated with hurried morning and afternooon meals at our neighbourhood hawker centres. One such place is the aptly named I Want My Noodle, which styles itself as a craft noodle shop with contemporary twists on the ubiquitous Chinese noodle.
Update 12 Oct 2015: The Mama Shop is closed till further notice.
It doesn’t get any more old school than this; a 10-seater, retro-style cafe at the Old Police Operational Headquarters, a heritage building off the beaten track from Chinatown. Named after the ubiquitous neighbourhood snacks and trinkets shop, Felicia Chin and Sora Ma’s foray into the cafe business, The Mama Shop, is gaining attention for its blend of local-infused snacks and drinks, as well as a nostalgic array of knick-knacks displayed on its shopfront.