Relive Memories Of Yesteryears and “Good Old Days” through these nostalgic and retro cafes in Singapore. Perfectly vintage decor and ambiance and local food prepared in a traditional manner, using quality fresh ingredients! Old is Gold, here are 9 establishments that will take you back to the good old days.
LLJ Café is a café that recreated the old-school style that coffeeshop used to have, furthermore its menu providing kopi, toasts, curry chicken rice, scramble egg, hotdog and ice-cream in bread the taste exactly same as what we ate at the olden days. Having your meals in such environment will makes you appetizing.
When you saw the "Chung Hwa Clinic" store front don’t worry that you have went to wrong place. The owner retained the chinese medicine hall facade and retro furnitures is now an industrial-chic cafe that maintaining it's nostalgic elements! Generous portion of My Awsome salad with smoked salmon, herbed chicken breast, duck rillettes, avocado and tomatoes was excellent!
Love chilling out to old Chinese songs that will brought you back to childhood? Sinpopo's a Gula Melaka Cake or affogato with donuts, drizzled with Gula Meleka has captured the heart of many and will probably get yours too. Lovely place away from the crowd to chill and unwind.
Singaporean breakfast of kaya toast, eggs and kopi is a must!! Tong Ah has been known as one of the best kaya toast in the island, super crispy toast with homemade kaya dip with the half boil egg is just to-die-for! Beside breakfast, Tong Ah also serves Zi Char at night, must try signature dishes: Coffee Ribs and fragrant chicken.
Le Halo will impress you with their amazing multi-flavored rainbow cake or kueh lapis. Pair it off with rose cafe latte to compete the meal. This combination spells comfort food for the soul.
When comes to old-school café, how can we forget Tian Kee & Co.! It has homely and simplicity interior and vintage furnitures that makes people reminiscing the past which familiar with. Moreover, its freshly baked muffins and egg tarts are irresistible! Enjoy your time!
Chin Mee Chin Confectionery was the one of the oldest cafes in Singapore, it was operated over 60 years and still stand on its places. At here, you must order the classic toast with kaya butter and also don’t forget its best partner-- Nanyang style coffee too.
Colbar was originally a British Army's canteen in 1953. Now, it has turned into a vintage café that providing multination variety meals and drinks. It is suitable for people who looking for a place to get away from the busy city to chill out.