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Restaurants, American Raffles Place
Stylish downtown café with character

Time Out says


The good folks behind hipster joints The Plain and The Bravery seem determined to slake our thirst for their Genovese cuppas – they’ve only just gone ahead to open up their third café along the chintzy HongKong Street. There are your requisite bare designer light bulbs, cement-washed walls and friendly service, but the mood at RONIN (whose name is Japanese for 'master-less samurai') is considerably darker; matte black finishes lend it a snazzy, mysterious air.

Then there are its smooth-as-always lattes ($4.20) and new bites like the dirty ronin sandwich ($15), a substantial loaf holding up spicy chorizo, soft-boiled egg and romaine lettuce in a miso mayo dressing, and the Savoury French toast ($14) with braised green apples, bacon, hazelnut butter and syrup.



Address: 17 HongKong St
Opening hours: Open Daily 8am-6pm
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