Need some date ideas this Valentine's? or maybe you just need a real comfy place to read, this one's for you.
Happiness can simply mean a good book with a cup of coffee or tea. When we think of cafes, we think of cafes that serve up instagrammable brunch and chic new cafes that the cool crowd flocks to. But we have a special place in our heart for the cafes that make the perfect hideaway place to nestle in and laze your weekend away in quiet bliss.
Large armchairs, cozy corners, plenty of sunlight, just the perfect place to nestle in enjoy a good cup of coffee and plenty of good food, these spots are great for a lazy afternoon with a kindle e-reader.
Hence, we shortlisted 3 places we know and like to share with you readers 3 gorgeous cafes that you’ll want to stay at all day with a pot of tea and that one book you have been wanting to read for the longest time.
The Book Café
The Book Café is located at the ground floor of Seng Kee Building. It looks inviting from the outside and at the first glance, you can feel the cosy atmosphere inside. This is a space where you will feel like kicking back and escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
There are 3 sections in The Book Café where you can sit at. There are tables along the naturally ventilated corridor in front of the cafe. There are also sections with regular dining tables and a lounge area with sofas in an air-conditioned environment.
The Café is decorated with magazines and book racks. Patrons can find many local and foreign books, magazines and newspapers in the cafe.
White many people actually go to the cafe to read, whether reading a book or on an e-reader. The Book Café has a fairly extensive menu. There are all day breakfast items, pasta and sandwiches and a few Asian dishes. There are also attractively priced Lunch and Dinner Set Meal Selections.
The Book Café has been around since 2000 and it is still well patronized. Whether you want a relaxing reading spot, a good cup of coffee or a satisfying meal, the Book Café can be trusted to deliver on these fronts.
01-02, Seng Kee Building,
20 Martin Road
D Good Café
D Good Café has been around since 2012, the 95-seater houses different concepts in separate areas, with each area with its’ own unique concept. On the second floor, there’s The Lawn, featuring warm wooden fixings and swing seats. At The Attic, you can chill out at the cocktail bar decorated or enjoy The Balcony, an alfresco setting that’s great for people-watching at night. Both the Attic and Balcony can be accessed from the second floor by stairs or a lift.
You are sure to find your own comfortable spot in this large café to enjoy your food and a good reading session. They have award winning baristas, you are sure to find the one who knows your drink. If espresso, filters, or cold brews don't satisfy your early morning cravings, you can select the "blend & brew the way you like it" with d'Good Cafe's custom blend coffee for a cup of coffee exactly the way you like it.
273 Holland Ave
What is a jaffle? A jaffle is named after the jaffle iron invented in 1949 is basically a toasted sandwich. Amber Ember, a café located right in the middle of Serangoon and Kovan MRT stations may be the first to bring this slice of Australian gastronomy to Singapore.
This Instagrammable café offers six jaffle options with its signature purple sweet potato mash. There are also other food items such as Amber's Fried Chicken for sharing and a range of pastas. Amber Ember takes the coffee culture seriously, where cuppas are brewed from single origin Guatemala. And yes, the café is extremely work-friendly with power points and free wifi; what’s more, its relatively ulu location means lesser crowds, so you will definitely get a quiet and peaceful reading time.
#01-01, 730 Upper Serangoon Rd
Don’t Forget to bring along your Kindle to Café!
With a good cup of coffee, a quiet and relaxing environment to go along with your Kindle, this definitely make the perfect match for readers. Kindle readers can indulge themselves into reading with the conducive environment of a Café. Happiness can simply mean a Kindle reader and with a cup of coffee or tea. Kindle can store up to thousands of books and battery life can last up to a week at least! You can read at ease without worrying of running of books to read nor running out of battery juice! With audible function in Kindle, you can also simply get a story-reading session in a café, just like listening to a storyteller.
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