But if you're in the mood a more subdued environment, there's a new minimalist cafe in town - SYIP.
Keep reading to find out more!
SYIP, pronounced as "sip", is a new cafe with a minimalist, industrial-meets-Japanese-zen aesthetic.
Think bare concrete, stark white walls and not a lot of decor. But somehow, the cafe has a cosy, laid back ambience thanks to little touches like the wall quote, curved lines of the doorway and tables, and natural sunlight from the skylight windows.
SYIP also has the advantage of a convenient location, being just a short 5-minute walk from Farrer Park MRT Station.
From 15 June to 20 June, the cafe is offering a 20% discount on takeaway orders.
You can expect typical brunch fare at this cafe like the SYIP Big Breakfast ($19.26) which comes with sourdough bread, scrambled eggs, bacon, sauteed mushrooms, tater tots, mesclun greens and cherry tomatoes.
Another hearty option is the Steak on Eggs ($27.82), a wagyu beef steak with a side of scrambled eggs, roasted baby potatoes and veggies.
For those who need their carbs, there are two pastas and two rice bowls on the menu.
There's the trendy angel hair pasta, Ikura Kombu Capellini ($17.12), with sakura ebi, shio kombu and ikura, and the Seafood Rosé Linguine ($20.33) which comes with prawns, black mussels and marina cream.
The rice bowls have Japanese rice topped with furikake, pickled radish, cherry tomatoes and either Mentaiko Chicken ($16.05) or Wagyu Beef ($21.40) and an onsen egg.
For those who prefer a light bite, there are a few camera-ready toasts to choose from including Berries on Toast ($11.77), Kahlua Tiramisu ($10.70) and Sweet French Toast ($16.05).
On the beverage menu are espresso drinks ($4.28 -$6.96), lattes ($5.89 -$8.03) and signature lemonades ($6.96 -$8.03).
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Text by: GirlStyle SG