Hashtagging is always popular – whether you’re listed numbers or posting to Instagram – and at Hashtag 88 Cafe & Bar, they’re never going to look down on your snapping and sharing: in fact, they positively encourage it. If you pay them a visit down on Tanjong Pagar Road – right in the heart of Tanjong Pagar, unsurprisingly – you’ll be greeted by a Singapore cafe selection packed with so many classics that you simply won’t be able to keep it to yourself, so head on over and make the most of the menu at Hashtag 88. Book a table, take the train to Tanjong Pagar MRT and remember to #88 when your dinner arrives!
This place is kind of small and hidden but it is a worthy place to chill and eat. There were hits and misses for food but generally ok.
the cake is nice! place is cozy and comfortable environment !
There are cafes to be enjoyed all over Singapore, but when you find one that is really worth writing home about, then you need to shout it from the rooftops. At Hashtag 88 Cafe & Bar, they positively encourage sharing – they’ve given you a hashtag, now go use it! – in all forms of social media, though when we think you when you see the cafe classics on offer, it’s unlikely that you’re going to want to share any of your food. Try them out by heading over to Tanjong Pagar Road – in Tanjong Pagar, of course – for one of the best cafes in Singapore.
There are several things that make up a great cafe, and Hashtag 88 Cafe & Bar in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar, they have all of them in spades. There are superlative coffee and cake options, for sure, as any self-respecting cafe would, but the best thing about Hashtag 88 at 88 Tanjong Pagar Road is their dinner meal menu. We’d start with a soup – tomato chicken broth, cream of spinach and pumpkin to name just a few – before moving onto one of their more-than-substantial mains, such as chicken kebab, smoked salmon fusilli, baked cajun fish or cheesy baked pork ribs. There are more options than we could hope to list here, so instead, we’ll just advise you to go on down and book a table at Hashtag 88 in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar.