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About Red Baron

Taking cover in Singapore’s historic Gillman Barracks, a former military complex down Malan Road repurposed as an arts centre in the Labrador Park and Telok Blangah area, Red Baron offers an intimate cafe, bar, and bakery space that takes inspiration from the famed World War One flying ace of the same name. It begins (and can conceivably ends) with all­day breakfasts, and continues through gourmet salads, sandwiches, and main meals that offer a delicate fusion of international flavours and favourite Singaporean ingredients. With proper baristas and pastry chefs manning the espresso machines and ovens respectively, Red Baron is also simply a good spot for a cup coffee and a slice of cake.

Opening Times

Closed now
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
11:00 am - 6:00 pm


Red Baron
45 Gillman Barracks, Malan Road
Singapore 109455

Menu Highlights



Yoghurty Buckwheat Pancakes(V)

Pair of Buckwheat pancakes, topped with Greek yoghurt, mixed berries compote and agave syrup

DC Breakfast (V)

Two eggs, multigrain, hummus, roasted vegetables, avocado, mushrooms

RB Breakfast

Two eggs, multigrain, hummus, roasted vegetables, lamb sausage


Barley & Kale Salad (V)

Pearl Barley, Butter Beans, Chickpeas, Kale, Feta


RB Baked Chicken


Quinoa Goreng

Quinoa, Prawns, Chicken, Ikan Bilis, topped with a sunny-side up egg


Roasted Vegetable (V)

Mushrooms, peppers, zucchini, tomatoes, spinach

More about Red Baron, Singapore

Red Baron’s cake chiller is always heaving with beautiful sweet treats delivered fresh from the on­site bakery, fast becoming a popular spot for coffee and cake down Malan Road. And the location is superb too, housed in a chic, modern building attached to the sprawling arts complex of the Gillman Barracks, close to Labrador Park in Telok Blangah. All of the ingredients that make their way into Red Baron’s cafe and bakery fare are sourced from halal suppliers (though they do stock a fine range of beer, cider, wine, and spirits, too). This is a great place to take time out when exploring the arts and parklands in this corner of Singapore.

A boon for vegetarians, Red Baron’s thoughtful menu is brimming with meat­free dishes. Most of the breakfast options are vegetarian, besides the signature Red Baron Breakfast, with eggs, multigrain toast, hummus, roast vegetables alongside lamb sausage. Grab yourself a Full Breakfast to taste this all­day cafe’s take on Arabic cuisine, with eggs, fava beans and a Middle Eastern salad served with multigrain. Those checking out the Gillman Barracks or the Telok Blangah parks that find themselves in need of a good lunch are well looked after at this Malan Road cafe, bar, and bakery. Red Baron’s barley and kale salad’s a surefire winner, while the Singapore­style quinoa goreng is a hearty main that showcases the kitchen’s fusion chops. Within easy distance of Labrador Park station, book your flight to Red Baron now.

53 Red Baron Reviews

Very Good
53 Reviews
Waiting time:Good
Noise levels:Pleasant
Value for money:Reasonable value
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Adorra A.5 months ago · 3 reviews

love the pasta and veggo brekko! ambience is nice with lotsa natural light. :)

Premnath K.a year ago · 1 review

Cosy, quaint and delicious food. Good place for a chill hangout with friends. Was also pleased with the service rendered to us. Can't wait to go back there again

Wilfred P.2 years ago · 1 review

Great food and service! The quinoa lemak portions are huge! Be prepared to come early if you want a seat indoors! Parking was a breeze too

yuyet f.2 years ago · 2 reviews

Good quiet place to catch up over a cuppa; menu is pretty interesting & Aida is a very warm host with green fingers :-) Do check the directions before going as it can get a little confusing once you have entered gillman's barracks

Kylie L.2 years ago · 22 reviews

Thoroughly enjoyed the quinoa which was cooked like fried rice. Staff were attentive. Ice water is self service. No GST nor service charge. Plenty of seating options (high table, indoor, outdoor, kids). Free parking during certain timings. Wished the indoor seating was bigger and opening hours extended beyond 6pm. Would they consider having a small kids corner (slides/activity area) to keep the little fingers and feet busy?

Jerrick L.2 years ago · 1 review

Yummy food, space is just a bit small, but otherwise excellent location, very romantic for a nice afternoon in, cannot recommend it more. The cakes are a little on the sweet side, but the other dishes are truly excellent. Quinoa Goreng is maximum yum.

Stella T.a year ago · 1 review

The menu on their website was different from the actual one, which had fewer options; that was disappointing. On top of that when we arrived they were out of half the items on the menu. I really liked this place and had eaten quite a few times previously but after today it seems they really need to work on their service. At least the coffee was good.

Insiyah A.2 years ago · 1 review

We enjoyed the signature and wonderful quinoa goreng, fresh juices, and a sandwich. Love the ambience of this little place and its connection to nature. Importantly the staff are happy too.

Irma K.2 years ago · 1 review

Small place, and can get quite hot. They have limited menu too but unique yes. I tried the quinoa fried rice which was nice but awesome. My partner had their sandwich which is was ok as well.

Annabel K.2 years ago · 1 review

Had a late lunch on a Saturday afternoon. We sat indoors but cigeratte smoke from outdoor seating made its way in and troubled my friend who was sensitive to it. The smoking area should be located further away? Cappuccino was good. The mushroom pasta was delicious!