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Please note that for Luxe Sydney’s weekend brunch service only reservations for six or more guests will be accepted, although walk-ins are always welcome. Please bear this in mind when making your reservation.
Starting off as a single cafe in Bondi Beach, Luxe Sydney has since branched into a chain of stylish cafes, and Singapore is their first overseas location. Australians are known for their love of coffee and brekkie, and at Luxe Sydney, Singaporeans can experience a piece of Australia's famed cafe culture for themselves. Located on Keong Saik Road in Chinatown, Luxe serves up Australian cafe classics and dishes with a Southeast Asian twist.
Went for dinner with a girlfriend and I found main course options a little on the slim side. Have also been for brunch too and the salads and brunchy food items are great! Think this place's strength is brunch and the service was amazing, fantastic, attentive and friendly. Will go again.
A place that I really like to chill at. Quiet and spacious. The food was good so far. Definitely will be back again for sure.
spacious and friendly staffs.. kind of a little noisy, maybe was too many crowds on that day. otherwise I would think this is a good gathering place with a bunch of friends.
With white walls and minimalistic furniture, Luxe Sydney is one of Singapore’s hippest cafes, with decor that looks straight out of a cool interior design magazine. The trendy aesthetic isn’t the only drawing point of this cafe in Singapore’s Chinatown though, with a menu boasting brunch, lunch and dinner time options. Start your day with the Aussie breakfast (scrambled eggs, bacon, cumin roast tomato, pork and fennel sausages, avocado and mushrooms) or a classic like the eggs benedict with prosciutto.
Come lunch and dinnertime, you could sink your teeth into an American-style cheeseburger, chow down on some Italian pasta or feast on an Aussie favourite like the veal schnitzel with parmesan and lemon served alongside a rocket salad and fries. Of course no Australian cafe would be without great coffee, and you’re guaranteed a good cup of Joe over a Luxe Sydney on Chinatown’s Keong Saik Road, but if you’re after something with an alcoholic kick, why not opt for one of the mouth-watering cocktails on offer at this stylish Singapore joint?