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Coffee, sandwiches, salads and shit like that reads the sign out front of Singapore’s hip Arab Street hangout, The Hangar. Serving one of the city-state’s most popular brews, Sex Coffee, this cool cafe draws in the city’s creative and most caffeinated. In addition to their specialty coffee drinks, The Hangar also serves up breakfast, brunch and lunch items, plus tap beer, fine wines, cocktails and fresh juices, just moments from the busy Bugis station.
Pretty good experience. I went with a group of 5 friends and felt that it was bit squeezy for bigger group of diners. But overall, cozy and nice.
Service was horrible, staff was cutting toe nails as we ate, at another table. Staff didn't understand English well. Coffee was really good. Hot flavourful food
Loved it! Quirky, super friendly owner. Food was just right and well priced and the coffee is excellent. When in kampong glam you should check it out.
It would be a sin to describe The Hangar – on Arab Street just moments from Bugis station – without first mentioning the cafe’s incredible coffee selection. Guests are welcome to choose from classics like cappuccinos, espresso shots or just plain black coffee, or decide from signature specialties like The Breakfast Bong (avocado and espresso with a hint of vanilla) or the Freeze My Marbles, an iced blended espresso with vanilla. Using Sexy Coffee, one of Singapore’s best local roasters, The Hangar ensures that you’ll enjoy the best cup of joe, every time you visit.
According to The Hangar’s quirky menu, brunch is available 8 days a week, so feel free to order waffles any time. Stop in after a night of debauchery and order The Hangover, a big platter of bacon, free range eggs, pork sausage, mushrooms, baked beans and homemade sourdough. Make sure to try the signature lemongrass steak sandwich, featuring grass-fed steak topped with homemade horseradish sauce, wild mushrooms, and caramelised onions. For those looking to fiesta, the grilled Mexican salad with guacamole is a fine choice (mushrooms, free-range chicken, red bell peppers, olives, cherry tomatoes and bloody good guacamole). Of course, like any good Singapore restaurant, The Hangar serves delicious truffle fries. Reserve ahead for the city’s sexiest coffee and grub, just minutes from Bugis.