The Best Brunch Spots in Orchard for a Great Morning
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The Best Brunch Spots in Orchard for a Great Morning

In Singapore, brunch menus blend local flavours with global influences. For instance, you might encounter dishes like kaya French toast that marries the classic local kaya toast with French toast techniques!

Feeling overwhelmed? Fret not! From wallet-friendly to indulgent, we’ve rounded up the best brunch spots in Orchard for you to kickstart a burp-worthy day.

Walking on Sunshine

Address: 181 Orchard Rd, #03-07 Orchard Central Singapore 238896 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6588778800

Hours: Daily, 10 AM – 8 PM

Price: $$$


It might be hard to wrap your head around the concept of a Korean hair salon-slash-cafe. As one of our friends asked, “Will they serve us a box of hair?”

Walking on Sunshine’s unique 2-in-1 concept features a cafe alongside a hair and nail salon with the cafe part being surprisingly good. We had the signature souffle pancakes that were truly fluffy and served with fresh fruit.  

For a heavier meal, try the Bulgogi beef cream fettuccine. It features generous tender beef and al dente pasta for a delicious Korean fusion dish.

Pro-tip: There’s great service at the cafe with a call button on every table for easy assistance.

Yan Ting

Address: 29 Tanglin Rd, Level 1U The St. Regis Singapore, Singapore 247912 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6565066887

Hours: Daily, noon – 2.30 PM and 6 – 10.30 PM

Price: $$$


For a luxurious brunch, try Yan Ting. Simple Asian breakfast or lunch dishes are elevated with premium ingredients, such as its delectable lobster wok-fried rice with homemade XO sauce. 

Even the soups are filling as evidenced by the perfectly balanced double-boiled baby cabbage consomme with Matsutake mushroom. We also had the tender and succulent Cantonese-style stir-fried venison with black pepper sauce. 

Pro-tip: If you have a big appetite, go for the a la carte buffet.


Address: 333 Orchard Rd, Level 5, Singapore 238867 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6568316270

Hours: Daily, 6.30 AM – 10 PM

Price: $$


Estate at the Hilton Hotel boasts a luxurious interior blending modern opulence with nature-inspired touches. The cosy ambience, enhanced by earthy tones, soft lighting, and natural materials, complements the botanical theme.

The menu features hand-crafted noodles with aromatic broths and contemporary Asian and Western options. 

We fell in love with the variety of wraps honouring Asian cultures, especially the Singapore-style popiah (fresh spring roll) with soft shell crab and gochujang (Korean fermented paste) chicken tacos.

Pro-tip: Got wheat or gluten allergies? Try the squid ink homemade gluten-free tagliatelle with octopus confit.

La Savoir

Address: 6 Scotts Square, Scotts Rd, #02-01, Singapore 228209 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6593777788

Hours: Monday to Friday, 11.30 AM – 10 PM; Saturday to Sunday, 10 AM – 10 PM

Price: $$


La Savoir is a French café-restaurant featuring a contemporary interior with striking Hermès tableware and wallpaper adding elegance. It’s an ideal spot for a light but satisfying brunch.

We recommend the La Savoir Butter Board. It features a trio of bread served with three types of freshly made butter, each offering a unique flavour profile. 

Our short but sweet take: the French sea salt butter is rich and creamy; the Japanese furikake-inspired butter is salty umami; and the spiced shrimp butter has a delectably sweet and salty blend.

Pro-tip: Explore the three different dining areas for a unique dining experience every time.


Address: 390 Orchard Rd, #01-01A Palais Renaissance, Singapore 238871 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6593630101

Hours: Daily, 8 AM – 10.30 PM

Price: $$


On certain days, we’re all just about bread and cheese as our first meal of the day. But it has to be a special kind of bread and cheese to ensure we’ll set off on the right note, such as the ones we’ve had at Binary.

The deep-fried burrata sits in a pesto puddle, offering a delightful texture contrast between creamy burrata and crispy panko crust. Meanwhile, the homemade Kubaneh (Jewish) bread with garlic and kombu (Japanese kelp) butter has a buttery, pillowy bite.

Pro-tip: Comfortable outdoor chairs allow for solitary people-watching along Orchard Road.

Social Place 

Address: Social Place Singapore FORUM The Shopping Mall, Orchard Rd, #01-22 583, Singapore 238884 (Google Maps) 

Contact: +6588702288

Hours: Daily, 11.30 AM – 2.30 PM and 6 – 9 PM

Price: $$


Hong Kong’s acclaimed Social Place arrived in Singapore via its first outlet on Orchard Road. An Instagram-worthy place, the restaurant boasts a modern, minimalist interior with mahjong-tiled walls and keen attention to its dishes’ aesthetic details.

A standout dish here is the seafood crackling rice soup, featuring a flavourful broth and plump prawns and scallops. Meanwhile, its deep-fried lobster glutinous puffs creatively resemble mangosteens, filled with crab meat cooked in lobster broth.

Pro-tip: Kids and adults alike will adore the adorable jiggly pig pudding, almost too cute to devour.

Bacha Coffee 

Address: 2 Orchard Turn #01-15/16 ION Orchard Mall, Singapore 238801 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6563631910

Hours: Daily, 9.30 AM – 10 PM

Price: $$


What’s brunch without some good coffee? Bacha Coffee offers a wide selection of exclusive single-origin, fine-flavoured coffees sourced from farmers across Asia, Central and South America, and Africa.

While there, grab one or more mini croissants for brunch. Sweet options include lychee, raspberry and Rose of Kelaa M’Gouna (valley in Morocco), orange and chocolate, or raspberry cinnamon. There are savoury ones like Comte cheese or mushroom too.

Pro-tip: The cafe is crowded on weekends with long queues.

Wild Honey

Address: 333A Orchard Rd, #03 – 01 / 02, Singapore 238897 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562353900

Hours: Daily, 9 AM – 9.30 PM

Price: $$$


You’ll likely feel spoilt for choice at Wild Honey. There are over 20 breakfast/brunch options including English, Tunisian, Gallic, Canadian, Basque, Italian, European, and New York!

If you want to be a globetrotter by way of a hearty meal, you’ll love the travel-inspired brunch offerings here. 

Fancy a full English brekky or some Brittany French toast with sweet and savoury flavours? They’re both served here! 

Pro-tip: The menu is displayed on a chalkboard, and its images are available on an iPad.

Tiong Bahru Bakery

Address: 435 Orchard Rd, Basement 1 Wisma Atria, Singapore 238877 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6568774898

Hours: Daily, 8.30 AM – 10 PM

Price: $$


The modern, inviting atmosphere of Tiong Bahru Bakery is ideal for brunch dates. In addition to freshly baked goods, the restaurant offers savoury options like sandwiches and quiches.

A standout brunch option is the pulled pork risoni (short cut pasta) paired with roasted king oyster mushrooms for a hearty, savoury dish. Its chilli chicken sourdough sandwich with bacon is also a must-try.

Pro-tip: Want something meat-free? Try the plant-based protein-rich miso tofu salad.

Baker’s Brew

Address: 290 Orchard Rd, #05-46 Paragon Shopping Centre, Singapore 238859 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6569090669

Hours: Daily, 10.30 – 8 PM

Price: $$


It’s best known for its inventive cakes, but Baker’s Brew also has brunch offerings by way of its crab mix eggs Benedict and delightful French toast. Its light and fluffy brioche bread is also perfect for all-day breakfasts.

But what we love here is the creamy truffle mushroom soup served with crispy garlic bread. The soup features herbs, mushroom bits, and a hint of truffle oil for added depth of flavour.

Pro-tip: For a sweet and light option, indulge in the two-tone Earl Grey lavender-hued cake, perfect for fans of the famous tea. 

Oriole Coffee + Bar

Address: Floor 1, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites, 96 Somerset Rd, #01-01, Singapore 238163 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6592481972

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 11 AM – 10.30 PM; Fridays, 11 AM – 11.30 PM; Saturdays, 10 AM – 11.30 PM; Sundays, 10 AM – 9.30 PM

Price: $$


We believe nothing represents a brunch dish better than Oriole Coffee + Bar’s smoked salmon waffles. It has perfectly cooked crispy potato rosti topped with smoked salmon, capers, crème fraiche, and fresh spring onions. 

Meanwhile, the all-day breakfast menu features mains such as the Oriole truffle burger and the juicy sweet soy pork ribs. We also recommend the snapper fish and chips featuring perfectly fried batter and tender fish.

Pro-tip: Experience guilt-free indulgence with the M.A.D. milk (macadamia, almonds, and dates as a sugar substitute) beverage option.

Din Tai Fung

Address: 290 Orchard Rd, #B1 – 03, Paragon Shopping Centre, Singapore 238859 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6568368336

Hours: Daily, 11 AM – 9 PM

Price: $$


Din Tai Fung offers a diverse menu of traditional and modern Chinese dishes, including dim sum and the sought-after xiao long bao. Other brunch items include noodles, soups, stir-fries, and desserts. 

The restaurant’s handmade dumplings make a noticeable difference, with options like crab dumpling soup standing out. Plus, its chilli sauce adds extra flavour to practically any dish you order here.

Pro-tip: Try the red bean paste rice roll for a perfect dessert, though it takes about 25 minutes to prepare.