Singapore offers up a really wide selection of places to enjoy a broad assortment of cuisine … indeed, eating is something of a local pastime and hobby! You’ll never find it difficult to find somewhere to eat! After you’ve enjoyed some of the big name places and explored the many different food markets and hawker centre, why not try one of these more unusual restaurants and cafes in Singapore?
Cups N Canvas
Calling all budding artists! This café is an excellent place to stop for a drink and bite to eat whilst also feeding your creativity. The art studio and the café are separated only by a glass dividing wall, and you can almost feel the imaginative vibes working their way through as you dine. Whether you are a seasoned artist or a total beginner, it is certainly somewhere different to eat when in Singapore.
Whether you’re looking for somewhere to hole up and work for the day, a place to chill out with a good book, or just somewhere a bit different to the norm, Book Café may be ideal. Serving drinks and a selection of typical café fare, there is a good selection of books to choose from on the shelves as well as wireless internet access and plenty of plug sockets for charging etc. The warm and welcoming vibe makes it a great place to spend an entire day should you so wish.
Nox Dine in the Dark
Have you ever wondered how much your sight plays in your enjoyment of food? Wonder no more with a visit to Nox Dine in the Dark. Supporting visually impaired members of the community and giving them a source of income whilst also providing others with a greater sense of understanding and empathy, diners eat their meals in the pitch black surroundings, relying completely on their sense of taste to know what they are eating. The food is tasty and it certainly gives you lots to talk about with your dinner companions. It is a terrific concept and a meal that you are sure to remember for some time afterwards.
Serving up many meals that are made entirely from raw vegetables and fruits, the menu is anything but dull! You will probably be surprised just how many terrifically tasty dishes can be made just from fruit and veg. There are other options too, and it is definitely a good choice for vegetarians and vegans. The inside is beautiful, with many interesting ornaments and features.
A novel concept, you pay for the time that you actually spend in Coffeemin … and then everything else is included in the price. Whilst only snacks are included in the prices, it is also possible to take your own food along with you if you plan on staying there for quite some time. Enjoy drinks all throughout your time there as well as Wi-Fi, a pool table, and other leisure and entertainment options. It’s a great spot to chill out with friends or hunker down and get some work or studying done.
These five should get you in the mood for discovering a different side to Singapore’s fantastic dining scene.