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Churros Factory #B1-01
Spanish donuts take on a local twist at Churros Factory with ondeh churros ($5/3 pieces, $8/6 pieces), which are infused with pandan, drizzled with gula melaka sauce and topped off with coconut flakes. Believe it, the churros stay crisp even a dozen Instagram photos later, and fluffy on the inside. There’s savoury too: the BBQmayo-cheese-egg ($6.50/3 pieces, $8.50/6 pieces) reminds us of classic okonomiyaki, just sans bonito flakes. Tel: 8500 0700



Cold Stone Creamery #01-09/10/15
Just how many flavour combos are there at Cold Stone Creamery? A potential 11.5 million, all mixed on a frozen granite stone–customised by you with options of fruits, nuts, candy, cookies and brownies. The premium ice cream is made fresh daily, which you can enjoy in cakes, smoothies, shakes and signature creations such as the Founder’s Favourite, Cookie Minster and the unbeatable Peanut Butter Cup Perfection–the name says it all. Tel: 6634 1015

Lady M ® Confections #01-27/#02-07
You won’t miss Lady M ® Confections now that she’s residing in a dramatic two-story glass-fronted boutique. This New York Mille Crepe specialist conjures up a magical cake that’s rich but light as air, thanks to 20 paper-thin crepes layered with the lightest pastry cream, in flavours from Lady M ® Signature Mille Crepes ($8.50/slice) to specials such as Earl Grey Mille Crepes or Gateau aux Marrons. Grab a window seat and you won’t want to leave. Tel: 6509 3673

Maccha House #B1-39 to 45/K1/K6
Replenish yourself with premium Kyoto green tea in Maccha House’s sweets like the maccha shiratama parfait ($10.99) and maccha tiramisu ($6.99) which are especially refreshing on humid days. The all-day restaurant serves up full meals as well, but for those in-between hours where you just want something light, linger in the minimalist woodpanelled café for traditional maccha ($3.90) with shiratama dumplings. Tel: 6636 5830

Nanyang Old Coffee #B2-09/10
Serving up a dose of tradition, Nanyang Old Coffee has a winning formula of quality Nanyang-style kopi and cosy cafe setting. Wake up to the traditional breakfast set ($4.50) comprising kaya butter toast, eggs and of course that aromatic coffee, served kosong, si and siew dai, and alternatively in modern ice blended style. If you’re lucky–and early enough–you can get your hands on the breakfast white bee hoon ($3.20). Tel: 6509 8060

Nunsaram Korean Dessert #05-51/52
Thank you Nunsaram for snowy, flaky bingsu! Made from milk to form a ’snow ice’ that doesn’t melt too soon (thankfully for Instagram addicts), the bingsu at this airy atrium outlet is perfectly priced for sharing. Huge bowls come with chewy cheesecake and dried cranberry in cheese bingsu ($15.90), and sweet, fresh banana chunks in the popular choco banana ($13.90). www.facebook.com/nunsaramsg

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf #01-26
One taste of the creamy, smooth Original Ice Blended ®, and you just can’t get enough. Step into The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf for coffee creations made with their specialty grade Arabica beans, or fine handpicked teas ranging from green and oolong to flavoured and herbal infusions. Top it off with a signature brownie or cheesecake. It’s their 20th anniversary in Singapore, so look out for specials all year round. Tel: 6272 0036

TVoila Café #B1-15 to 19
This tea nook beckons with their cosy interior, which is also equipped with a play corner for kids, and their wide selection of NUMI organic teas. TVoila’s crowd pleaser is the fragrant white rose tea ($6.50/pot, $7.50/takeaway) while savoury teas like carrot curry are for the adventurous. They share that turmeric teas, known as a digestion aid, are the next up-and-coming fad–drink up! Tel: 6966 6626

Ya Kun Kaya Toast #05-33
Ya Kun provides tired shoppers, busy executives and hurried city slickers a quiet ambience to unwind over a delightful range of Singapore-styled beverages and toasts. Perfect for quiet personal reflection or meeting up with friends or business associates, enjoy your time at Ya Kun by savouring their toasts or steamed bread with kaya or butter, or softboiled eggs. Complete your experience with their unique blend of coffee, tea, barley or ice blended Frostyz. Tel: 6884 9552

49 Seats #08-08
Yes, 49 Seats did start with 49 seats at their first original outlet at Chinatown but this popular fusion bistro at Orchard Central outlet sits 86 people. Check out punchy flavours like tom yum seafood pasta ($14.90 nett) and fish & chips al scampi ($16.90 nett). The generous portions and creamy sauces are much appreciated when hungry friends gather and just can’t stop pinching at the food. Tel: 6509 5895