Cafe culture is alive and well in Singapore, and while their dedication to coffee might not match that of Melbourne, there is one name that is percolation that tradition in the city. Kith Cafe brings the best of Australian-style third wave joe to the streets of Singapore, and their outlet in Sentosa Cove boasts not only brews, brunch and evening meals, but also a Quayside Isle location with an enviable waterfront view. Take a trip out to the island for a cafe experience to remember.
Had a great time and service was attentive and friendly. Food was tasty and portions were very generous. A good place to get away from the crowds.
Great food, fantastic ambience. The restaurants shut by 10:30, could have opened longer. We got some friends over to this place and they totally loved the place
Brought my dogs together with friends. Pet friendly cafe. Food was really good, especially their kith salad and truffle fries! Portions were huge. Staff is very helpful and friendly. Great view of the harbour at sunset as well.
There was a time where tea could dominate over Singapore as a kettle-wielding king, a chai-ranical conqueror of the morning drinks of the city. The days of the ancien regime, however are numbered: Kith Cafe is here to announce that the revolution has begun and the Arabica Spring is upon us. Coffee culture has come to Singapore and it’s here to stay. The sentry post on Sentosa Island is easily accessed with car or bus, and offers waterfront seating to accompany your morning pick-me-up, as well as a menu packed with cafe favourites to savour.
The coffee is the reason to take a trip out to Sentosa Island and drop in at Kith Cafe, but while you’re there, you’d do well to stop for a spot of lunch as well. The food menu is diverse, with cafe classics like sandwiches and salads, as well as a full brunch offering with bacon and eggs, homemade pancakes and more. Evenings bring pastas and steaks, plus a full bar selection with which to wash it all down. Book a table out on Ocean Way for one of the best brew and bite combos to be found anywhere in Singapore.