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Cafe culture in Singapore has never been stronger, so it’s no wonder that Rise & Grind on Jalan Bukit Anak in Bukit Timah is certainly leading the force. Open seven days a week for breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner as well as coffee, cake and other delicious treats, a trip to Rise & Grind is always a good idea. Breakfast and brunch options consist of homemade granola, scrambled eggs on sourdough or smoked salmon with poached eggs on toast and for the main event you can enjoy pasta, burgers, salads and lots of intriguing side dishes. Advance booking is highly recommended, so grab a table now!
Food and coffee are always great. A good hangout place during weekend!
Cafe is crowded but service is fast. Great food.. Good
drinks and coffee are excellent. portion size is alright. just nice
Rise & Grind is the kind of cafe that fits your ever-changing requirements, every day of the week. Offering a cool and handy location in Bukit Timah for informal business meetings, coffee dates and catch ups with friends, this cafe on Singapore’s Jalan Bukit Anak ticks all the boxes. If you’re heading to Rise & Grind for a spot of brekkie or a mid-morning feed (Brunch? Second breakfast? Who knows…) we strongly advise you to try their slow-cooked pork shoulder served with poached eggs, apple cider hollandaise and sourdough toast or the avo-ka-dukkah with Cypriot halloumi cheese, dukkah, sauteed wild mushrooms, confit tomato, guacamole and poached eggs on sourdough toast.
Lunch and dinner at Rise & Grind in Bukit Timah looks a little something like chilli crab linguine with blue swimmer crab tossed in chilli tomato sauce and spring onion pesto or the Nacho Libre burger which consists of a chicken patty with guacamole, nacho cheese sauce, corn tortilla chips, tomato habanero salsa, sour cream on a brioche bun with a side of fries. As you can see, this Singapore spot really ain’t messing around! One thing to remember about Rise & Grind? Their homemade waffles are served with salted caramel sauce and your choice of vanilla bean or chocolate ice cream. Need we say more?!