Sometimes, it's better to keep things simple. Lucid's interiors of grey and white – with its milky countertops, concrete floor and metallic accents – make for an Instagrammable spot. Pull up and settle down in an industrial-looking, matte-grey chair. Espresso-based drinks starts from $4, and there are choices of tea (from $5.80) – genmaicha, hojicha, and others – from local teahouse Hvala as well. Grab a cuppa for your caffeine fix, and dig into toasts topped with prosciutto ($16), avocado ($14), and more.
While certain neighbourhoods like Tiong Bahru and Katong are chock-full of cafés, it’s in recent years that the Kallang district has exploded with a number of weekend spots and fun things to do. Head over to Lavender and Jalan Besar for a cuppa or indulge in one of Singapore’s best brunches. From newly-opened bicycle-friendly joints to brunch staples, these cafés are some of the best in the area.
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