8 Best Cafes And Restaurants Near Farrer Park MRT
Other than the famous Haji Lane and Tanjong Pagar, there are actually many hidden gems at Farrer Park!
These include minimalist cafes, Japanese Yakitori cafes and insta-worthy restaurants. Some even offer draft beers that goes great with grilled food!
Each café or restaurant at Farrer Park has their unique characteristics, making it worth a try.
1. Mirage (The Palour Singapore): Craft Beer Bar
Alright, for people who love grilled food and beers, this place is perfect for you!
Mirage (The Parlour Singapore) is located in one of the Farrer Park’s shophouses. The place has been transformed to house an art studio, a music studio and of course, a restaurant.
There are two very attractive characteristics about Mirage. Firstly, Mirage offers a unique menu. They serve modern Japanese inspired food with a touch Mediterranean character in the form of skewers.
Secondly, they have 12 taps worth of craft beer for you to try. They have brews from across 5 continents and the taps are built on the wall. It’s really a sight to see.
If you’re looking for a place to chill on a Friday night or during the weekend, Mirage is the place to go!
Address: 140 Owen Road, Singapore 218940
Also, discounts are available exclusively for The Assembly Place members. Simply flash your card to enjoy a better price!
2. Mosanco Enchanted Café: 24/7 Cold Brews
This café is known for their cold brew and their unique café design!
Just as the name suggests, the décor of the café is magical and of a fairytale theme. The atmosphere and food at the Mosanco Enchanted café makes it the perfect place to meet with friends or to simply complete some work.
Furthermore, this café is open 24/7, everyday! This means that you can order delicious supper in the middle of the night, and that nightowls can get their coffee fix at 3am.
The Mosanco Enchanted café sports a wide variety of cold brews from matcha lattes, to chocolate cold brews to bandung cold brews.
Address: 88 Rangoon Road, #01-04, Singapore 218374
This café is located near our spaces at Starlight Road. The Assembly Place members get to enjoy a special discount at the Mosanco Enchanted Café. If you’re hungry in the middle of the night, you know where to get your food!
3. Daizu Café: Japanese-Western Fusion With A Touch Of Soy
This café is located at the heart of Rangoon Road, serving a fusion of Japanese and Western cuisine.
Daizu, refers to “大豆” in Japanese. Just as the name of the café suggests, their dishes are made with the use of soy products. This helps to increase nutrients available in the food.
The café serves tasty food such as the Kitsune Udon with Tempura Prawn, Chili Soft Shell Crab Rice Bowl and sides such as Mentaiko Fries.
For drinks and desserts, the café serves unique Soy Crème beverages and Soy Pudding desserts. They are packed into tiny cute bottles that are definitely insta-worthy!
Lastly, the Daizu café is large and spacious with three sitting areas: outdoors, level 1 and level 2.
P.S., this is a pet-friendly café (outdoor space)!
Address: 129 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218407
4. Old Hen Coffee Bar: Committed Coffee Professionals
Old Hen Coffee Bar is a specialty coffee shop that is located at Farrer Park. Over the years, they’ve expanded and added on more items onto their menu.
Known for their coffee, there are a few items that you must try! Customers often go for their specialty coffee (in black/white/mocha) or their bottled cold brews!
Old Hen’s bottled cold brews come in unique flavours such as matcha milk, chai soy latte and dark cocoa. If you’re in a rush, these bottled cold brews make it convenient for takeaways.
For their food menu, they serve hearty meals that includes: Jujube spinach salad, Avocado on toast, Truffled mushroom and cheese toast, croissants and more. It’s more of a western breakfast menu.
Address: 88 Rangoon Road, #01-03, Singapore 218374
5. Suk’s Thai Kitchen: Modern Thai Eatery
Calling all Thai food lovers! Suk’s Thai Kitchen serves authentic Thai cuisine and has been gaining popularity in recent months!
Suk’s Thai Kitchen is known for their modern neon interior design, making the restaurant extremely insta-worthy. There are cool neon words fixed on the walls, creating a hipster vibe.
Their signature dishes include Red tom yum soup with prawn, Suk’s northern Thai laksa, Minced pork basil rice with fried egg and the classic Thai pineapple fried rice. The prices are generally affordable.