Midweek Madness

# Midweek

Monday Blues? TGIF? How about the mid-week madness we all experience but never voiced out? Here are 5 cafes across the island for you and your friends to chill and hang out over a meal. Not just delectable food but the views are amazing and definitely Instagram-worthy!

  1. Boufé Boutique Cafémid-week1

Website: http://www.boufesg.com/

Located in the heart of town but away from the hustle and bustle of the city-life, Boufé Boutique Café offers a classic twist on western cuisine without the high costs that are often associated with in-town dining! The reasonable prices and more-than-generous portions of their classic pasta selection of ‘Prawn Aglio Olio’ and ‘Carbonara’ are not to be missed! If you happen to be in the area for a tea-time snack, or looking for a classy place for a business meeting, Boufé is the place for you; it is sure to impress your business associates without looking like you are trying too hard to impress. Sides like ‘Honey Wings’ and ‘Truffle Fries’ are a must-have for every dining customer. On a side note, it makes for vintage-looking Instagram-worthy photos.

Address: 308 Tanglin Road, Phoenix Park, #01-01, S247974

Contact: +65 6734 7656

 

  1. Prive @ Marina Keppel Bay

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Website: http://theprivegroup.com.sg/prive.html

Prive @ Marina Keppel Bay is one of many in their group of restaurants but has the best view and largest variety, from a classy restaurant to an open concept bar and grill! While prices are on the steep side, the food is not to be missed, a showcase of a group of talented local chefs, with a breath-taking view at night. Perfect for the weekday date to impress the girl of your dreams, for anniversaries to celebrate a special day, or simply to chill with your “besties” or business partners after a long day at work!

Address: No. 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore 098382

Contact: +65 6776 0777

 

  1. Cé La Vi

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Website: http://sg.celavi.com/

Cé La Vi showcases a unique menu created by in-house chefs who plate regular food products in new light, putting them in a spotlight they deserve. Located in the heart of the city at Marina Bay Sands’ SkyPark, the scenic view, and eye-appeasing menu is sure to impress.

Address: SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands, Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue Singapore 018971

Contact: +65 6688 7688

 

  1. D’Good Café

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Website: http://dgoodcafe.com/

Strategically located in Holland Village, near all major tertiary institutions like Singapore and Ngee Ann Polytechnics, and NUS and NTU, where students are more financially independent, D’Good Café is a 3-leveled café with an indoor air-conditioned room for students to study with their friends and not forgo on a meal, common when students study at coffee houses like Starbucks and/or Coffee Bean that provides good coffee and Wifi but no actual meal. It also offers an outdoor area for those simply looking for a quiet place in the vicinity to hang out with the people they see day in and out in school or the office. PS. They have these metre-tall cuddly bears that makes for good study companion, especially as you feel the sleepiness kick-in after a 2-hour stare off with your lecture notes!

Address: 273 Holland Avenue #02-01/02 Singapore 278992

Contact: +65 6219 9807

 

  1. Fresh Fruits Lab

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Website: http://www.ffl.com.sg/

“Meet in town for lunch again? So far it’ll be midnight by the time I get home.”

Sounds familiar? East-siders, fret not! Fresh Fruits Lab is located in the east, with unique plating and drinks served in beakers and test tubes. Chill out at FFL with your secondary school friends and reminiscence the secondary school memories you shared with them, the mischief you got into when the teacher announced “Science Lab today!”.

Address: 351 Changi Road, Lor Marzuki, Singapore 419818

Contact: +65 6677 6741

 

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