This minimalist souvenir shop is the perfect place to pick up thoughtful, one-of-a-kind gifts for that special someone (or yourself). Think asymmetrical bowls, dimpled cups and painstakingly handpainted plates inspired by modern Singapore culture. You can even pick up the magical "language changing" cup inspired by the one the Prime Minister has here. Because most items are available in limited quantities, your best bet’s to pop in and find out what’s in stock.
Dining at home is definitely more fun when you have a quirky set of plates, saucer and cups. While there's the standard 12-piece dinner set you can acquire from any department store, impress your guests with coffee cups that have grumpy faces them or a full-blown traditional Peranakan dinner set.
From stuff for dinner and drinks to cute planters and jewellery, ceramic pieces are having a moment with more people taking an interest in beautifying their homes – and also making the conscious effort to shop from local labels.