7 All-Day Breakfast Places You Cannot Miss

By February 7, 2017Local Life

TL;DR – Let’s face it. Breakfast IS the most important meal of the day.

Does the idea of eating breakfast all day excite you? Then this is a shout-out to everyone whose favourite meal of the day is ‘breakfast’ and for the people whom can’t seem to wake up in time for it, but would love to eat it at lunch or dinner.

1. The Populus: Coffee & Food Co.

Located in the Tanjong Pagar hood, The Populus offers a delectable menu spread of all-day breakfast to choose from – from their Avocado SUPERFOOD Green Platter to Tuscan Lamb Harissa Baked Eggs.

146 Neil Rd, Singapore 088875

2. Epicurious

Epicurious nestled in its new location of UE Square still retained it’s old-school charm with their kopitiam-esque furniture. They also serve up a whole range of hearty breakfast items that would definitely fill your tummy and make you really happy. I mean who wouldn’t be smiling with breakfast-classics like pancakes, green eggs and ham, breakfast burrito and eggs benedict, served on old-school crockery and cutlery? Oh and talk about having a bit of nostalgia thrown into the meal as well.. Bliss.

81 Clemenceau Ave, UE Square, Singapore 239917

3. Antoinette

The French-inspired patisserie, Antoinette not only gives off a lavish, elegant vibe from its decor and ambience, but also serves exquisite dishes that live up to its theme. Antoinette has three branches that would easily make you feel like you’ve entered a cafe in Paris. They offer an extensive all-day gastronomic experience that incorporates regional, classic French sweet and savoury specialties. 

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30 Penhas Road (off Lavender Street), Singapore 208188

333A Orchard Road, Mandarin Gallery, #02-33/34, Singapore 238897

4. Mr and Mrs Maxwell

Located on Ann Siang Hill and part of The Club’s colonial-style establishment is a very chic and cozy cafe called Mr and Mrs Maxwell. They have an all-day breakfast menu that is available from 7am to 7pm everyday. Get your comfort food cravings satisfied with breakfast classics like an English Fry Up or Corned Beef Hash, perhaps something more unique along the lines of Ricotta Pancakes, Lobster Omelette or their Elvis’s French Toast!

28 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069708

5. Clinton Street Baking Company

The Singapore branch of this famed New York diner, Clinton Street Baking Company is recognised for serving up delectable American classic dishes and its all-day breakfast selection. This place has everyone raving about its soft, fluffy buttermilk pancakes, fried chicken, southern breakfast and eggs Benedict on biscuits. Its location at Purvis Street is supposed to resemble and channel the vibe of New York’s Lower East Side.

31 Purvis St, Singapore 188608

6. Montana Singapore

The sleek, hipster-ish cafe, Montana Singapore located at PoMo offer a selection of waffles, sandwiches, pastries, burgers all day. They are better known for their wacky-fusion savoury waffles with interesting flavour combinations like their Bulgogi Beef Waffle or their Jalapeno Mac and Cheese waffle. If you’re not too full after and would like to satisfy your sweet tooth, why not settle for one of their freak cakes. (Lol. Yes, its really called a ‘freak cake’.)

1 Selegie Rd, #02-25, Singapore 188306

7. The Daily Roundup

Say YES to any place serving up freshly-made light, crispy classic French crepes and galettes any day! The Daily Roundup offers a comprehensive list of both sweet and savoury options, made with globally-sourced ingredients and a fully organic buckwheat flour from Brittany, France. It may not exactly be a Singaporean’s usual breakfast choice, but it’s still healthy and deliciously-satisfying, so why not?!

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1 Keong Saik Rd, #01-02, Singapore 089109


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Mel Tan

Author Mel Tan

Food & Travel Writer. I eat, dream & breathe food. Passionate about the South East Asian Cuisine & Culture.

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