Maison Kitsuné's cult cafe isn't one that just looks pretty for the gram with its iconic fox-shaped sable cookies. The coffeehouse is well-loved for its robust cuppas and brunch-worthy sandos and quiches. Think chicken katsu sando ($15) layered with caramelised onion or the sundried tomato quiche ($13). Though we recommend sinking your teeth into the egg sando ($13) where satisfyingly jammy eggs and a flavourful egg mayo proved a winning combo. While you're at it, sip on single-origin coffees sourced from South America and roasted in Café Kitsuné's roastery in Okayama, Japan. No meal is complete without world-famous sweets treat – try the Singapore special chilli chocolate tart ($12).