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The best pink cafés and restaurants in Singapore

Live life through rose-coloured lenses at these Instagram-worthy spots around town

Cam Khalid
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Kylie Wong
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Cam Khalid
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Pink is everywhere. It's on clothing racks, book covers, phone accessories – and now the colour is catching on in interior décor trends. Think pink walls, pink tiles, pink upholstery. There's no escaping this shade that has been in vogue for several seasons now, and you know what they say – if you can't beat them, join them. From snazzy shophouse locales to heartland cafés, here is a list of pink-themed joints to get the perfect shot for your 'gram. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Moroccan
  • Bedok

A treat for the senses, La Fez combines Moroccan architecture and cuisine in one gorgeous setting. The wellness café and bakery in Siglap attracts patrons with an exterior that's reminiscent of Marrakesh where the buildings are tinted in natural red clay, giving its name 'Rose City'. The windows are also shaped in the iconic horseshoe arch. Inside, it’s covered in the same rosy hue with splashes of gold, and is fitted with rattan furniture, as well as leafy plants to add to the Mediterranean charm.

Expect a Moroccan-inspired menu, no less, with dishes like Maghreb Baghrir Pancakes ($17.90), Oven-baked Barrammundi ($36.90) and Tyma Chicken Tagine ($26.90) which is cooked in traditional Moroccan earthenware for that rich, earthy flavour and aroma.

  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Orchard

Pretty in pastel pink (and teal), Brown Butter is every Instagrammer’s dream backdrop. Its many Instagrammable corners include a faux tree full of cherry blossoms, a pink telephone booth, and a pink swing decorated with fairy lights. But that's not always the case at Brown Butter. To keep things fresh and exciting, the sakura decor will be replaced with a new theme in June 2021.

Food-wise, the main star of the café’s menu is none other than the avocado, so expect dishes such as Avo-Carbo Pasta ($23), Avo Burger ($23) and Avacado Pancakes ($18). But the standout treat is its signature cheesecake ($8.90) which looks like a block of cheese straight out of a cartoon.

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  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Tampines

Why have one and when you can have up to four themed corners for an Instagram-worthy brunch date? Besides a safari-themed dining area, a homey "living room", and an outdoor beer garden, this new hideaway nook at Changi Business Park also draws in the crowds with its Pink Sugar corner – it's coloured entirely in pink, from the phone booth stuffed with roses to the walls, sofas, coffee tables and neon lights. Not just a feast for the eyes, the cafe also keeps bellies full with all-day brunch offerings, pastries, desserts and signature dishes such as the Pink Sugar bandung soufflé pancakes.

  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Rochor

With an attention-grabbing hot pink façade, this three-story dessert cafe is a gaudy knockout in Bugis. The pink wonderland keeps it basic on the first floor, but the second and third floors are where the party’s at. Find a giant ball pit set against a soft grey wall decked with pink letters and gift boxes on the second floor before heading upstairs for a princessy pink paradise complete with pastel pink walls, chairs and decor. Those with a sweet tooth will appreciate its menu which includes soufflé (from $12.90), Korean bingsu (from $16.90), and bubble tea (from $5.90).

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  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Tampines

Full of jiggly joy, 19Tea is one of the few places in the east to get your fix of floofy, soufflé pancakes. Originated from South Korea, the milk tea and dessert specialty café is praised for its thick, towering and wobbly pancakes which are served in various flavours including matcha ($4.20), tiramisu ($4.20), meringue milk tea ($5.90), and the signature original snow pancake ($3.90). Pair your dessert with bubble tea for the ultimate sweet treat. Together with the pastel pink-hued interiors of this cosy café, one bite will send you on cloud nine.

  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Raffles Place

Inspired by the easy-breezy Melbournian cafés you find at every corner of Flinders, Bearded Bella's decor is simple and charming. Pastel pink walls, potted plants and a chic shophouse facade make it one for the 'gram. Menu offerings include braised beef cheeks (from $24) and cold crab pasta (from $20), while its coffee is made from beans roasted in-house by its owner – who just so happens to be an award-winning barista. Its cold brew (from $12) even comes in a hip flask that you can take home.

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  • Restaurants
  • Serangoon

The warm, inviting space of Amber Ember can be attributed to its dusky pink walls, which, combined with strategically placed potted plants and rustic wooden furniture, make for an enviable Instagram backdrop. The photogenic café is also known for their "jaffle", which is a toasted sandwich of various fillings pressed in a cast iron. 

Beauty in the Pot
  • Restaurants
  • Hot pot
  • Geylang

Beauty in the Pot at KINEX offers the best of both worlds: an irresistibly modish interior and sumptuous cuisine. Reminiscent of The Gallery at sketch in London, the pale pink chairs and light fixtures create a bright, comfortable space. Between your bubbling hotpot and the Instagram-worthy setting, your hands will be kept busy.

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  • Restaurants
  • Juice bars
  • Raffles Place

Known for their cold-pressed juices, homegrown brand A Juicery has recently rebranded their retail store. Now named Sugarfin, the café has extended operating hours and added new menu items like smoothie bowls and cocktails. The new interior, with its pink-tiled walls and jazzy neon sign, is in vogue with all the latest Instagram trends. 

La Marelle
  • Restaurants
  • Cafés
  • Rochor

Quaint café La Marelle is an Instagram hotspot, no thanks to its brightly coloured walls painted in varying shades of hot pink, blue and green. Its aesthetically mismatched walls are complemented by an equally eclectic mix of furniture, and its menu offers a rather sizeable spread of breakfast items and pastas, along with homemade baked goods like banana bread and scones. 

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Looksee Looksee
  • Restaurants
  • Rochor

This venue is temporarily closed.

With their blush pink walls and chic shophouse façade, Looksee Looksee is a must-'gram. The open-to-public tea salon and reading room occupy the ground floor of The Lo & Behold Group’s headquarters, and guests are free to browse titles on the shelves while enjoying a rotating selection of tea blends from local tea company A.muse Projects. Teas are brewed to order, and guests may choose to pay via tips.

Instagram-worthy cafés

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