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๐ŸฐโœจNew cafes to visit in August for the aesthetic

On the hunt for new photo spots? Here are a list of cafes with gorgeous interiors and yummy food for you to discover!


1. 51 Tras - Minimalistic Korean-inspired Cafe

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Located a stone's throw away from Tanjong Pagar MRT, 51 Tras is the new kid on the block joining the cafe scene in Singapore. With a beautifully decorated interior, inclusive of a skylight roof and art installations, the cafe exudes a minimalistic aesthetic. While you're there, be sure to spot the tree planted indoors amongst concrete blocks, a perfect spot for photos!

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You may look forward to their extensive menu, ranging from cakes to pastries, and if you're looking for something more substantial, they serve a variety of mains as well! One of the noteworthy mains would be the Aburi Chee Cheong Fun ($14++), an elevated spin-off from the traditional dish known to all.

Visit the cafe for a relaxing and chill afternoon with your loved ones and have fun sampling the dishes there!


๐Ÿ“Location: 51 Tras St, Singapore 078990 โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: Thurs - Sat (11am - 11pm), Sun & Weds (11am - 7pm)

Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays!


2. The Stack - Muslim-owned Cafe Serving Artisanal Sandos & Waffles

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The Stack is a new and hip eatery located along the streets of Bras Basah, with an eye-catching store front that'll be hard to miss! Be sure to check out the interior as well, with its colourful purple and yellow furnishings and a variety of spots to dine at, such as beanbags and couches.

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Satisfy your stomachs to your heart's content with artisanal sandos, waffles, and soft serves at The Stack!

From Pollo Avo Club ($13), a sando filled with smoked chicken and avocados, to Spam and Egg and Egg ($12), stuffed with spam, egg salad, and a runny egg, you'll be spoilt for choice with the array of sandos available.

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Remember to leave some space for dessert as well! Try out their soft serve flavours of Brown Butter Kaya and Honey Cereal Milk at $6 each, and if you're not too full, add on their home-made waffles for just $3!


๐Ÿ“Location: 155 Waterloo St, #01-07, Singapore 187962 โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: 10am - 6pm daily



3. Fleurato - A Floral Fantasy Serving Artisanal Desserts

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Take a trip down to Rendezvous Hotel to check out Fleurato, a new floral-themed cafe furnished tastefully with gorgeous flower arrangements! Specialising in serving artisanal desserts, this cafe is an ideal location for an elegant high tea. You may also purchase a flower bouquet at the florist shop located within the cafe for the gram!

Photo credits: Fleurato


Apart from waffles and gelato, Fleurato offers a high tea set for $38.90, which is perfect for sharing between groups of 2-3! You could also opt for sampling the other desserts available, such as their handmade pralines, cakes, and tea mocktails!


๐Ÿ“Location: 1 Tanglin Road, #01-06, Rendezvous Hotel, Singapore 247905 โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: Sun - Thurs (12pm - 10pm), Fri - Sat (1pm - 11pm)



Add these cafes into your list of cafe-hopping spots and check out these aesthetic cafes with your friends and loved ones!


with Love, The Dateideas Team ๐Ÿฅฐ Follow us on Instagram, Telegram & TikTok too!

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