Friday, 26 September 2014


Ronin cafe on Hong Kong Street has long been on Alex's list of cafes to try so we finally went to try it last week :)
Located a stone's throw away from Clarke Quay Mrt station, Hong Kong Street was not difficult to locate but the actual cafe was pretty well hidden!
With no signboard or any indication that its a cafe, the only clue we had was the unit number 17.

From the exterior, the cafe looked like a bar cos it was dimly lit but once we stepped in, we were welcomed by the warm greetings from their friendly staff and shown to our seat.
The cafe was pretty packed even though it was a midweek afternoon.
I guess it's cos the famous Bak Kut Teh was nearby and everyone was there for their dose of caffeine and chill out alittle before heading back to the office ;)

Time for some pics!
Very cool industrial interior decor.
Though the industrial concept for cafes are a dime in a dozen, this place stands out for their laid back atmosphere and unique combination of types of wooden furniture.
You can see from the pictures that the tables were of varying shapes and height and the use of different types of chairs for various parts of the cafe.
Patrons can choose which section they prefer to chill at ;)
I like to admire the different types of lights at these cafes.   

Opened by the people behind The Plain and The Bravery,
good coffee is a given.
*everyone say YAY!* 
Doesn't pretty coffe art just brighten you day? :)

We were there for brunch, our server recommended the Japanese Beef Curry Rice, so Alex tried that.

I tried their highly raved Brioche French Toast with Braised Apple and Bacon.
What can I say?
The perfect pairing of savoury bacon, sweet maple syrup and braised apple was well... purrfect!
Generous portions too, so it was filling for me.
I'd love to go back to have this again!

Guess what?
Pretty Hui Shan is working here!
Good to see you again after so long :)
Thanks for the yummy coffees babe!

A pic to show their opening hours hahaha...

Singapore has been crazy hot lately so I decided to go with the weather!
Tropical Flora and Fauna

Bralet: The Tinsel Rack
Skirt: Bangkok
Bag: Louis Vuitton
Necklace: The Quiet Riot
Shoes: Charles & Keith

Check out Ronin Cafe here:
Nearest MRT Station: Clarke Quay
17 Hong Kong Street
Singapore 059660

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday: 
08:00am - 06:00pm

Saturday & Sunday:
08:00am - 07:30pm

Till next time! 

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