A quaint gem set amid the lush greenery and tranquility of Springleaf Nature Park in Upper Thomson, the aptly named Verdure Cafe sells more than just coffee and cake – it offers lifestyle to Singapore’s active and outdoorsy types. Whether you’re gearing up for a hike around the reservoirs or winding down, Verdure has the fuel you need, serving a palatable mix of western delights and numerous comfort food classics, Italian pasta dishes and much more from leafy premises up on Upper Thomson Road. Take an organic tea to complement your meal any time of the day (and buy some to take home), and remember that Verdure’s alfresco area is dog- and pet-friendly. At Verdure there’s simply something for everyone.
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Good food, good service with the nice view. Great place to chill with friend.
A nice little dog friendly cafe. The location is easy to find by the main road. The cafe indoor seats are limited. The outdoor seats are comfortable with ceiling fans. The food is priced slightly above average but portions could be bigger.
Situated in a park, the eatery is in a generally nice area for a good tasting meal.
Without a doubt, one of the essential dishes at Verdure Cafe’s Upper Thomson Road premises is the spicy, garlicky prawn aglio olio. Fans of Italian food certainly have a home here, with the generously apportioned spaghetti carbonara another pasta dish that you shouldn’t miss. A favourite among Singapore families and nature lovers (Verdure is close to many of the natural beauty spots in the city, with premises at the Springleaf Nature Park), who could resist a chopping board or two laden with chicken pie, onion rings, wedges and a nice big cup of coffee?
Big burgers, soups, chicken nuggets, salads, fish and chips, sharing platers, lasagna and organic tea are just a few of the other tempting things on offer at Verdure Cafe’s bucolic Upper Thomson Road premises. It’s simply fantastic, fun, and family-friendly – and with so much of Singapore’s greenery just next door there’s no wonder they called it Verdure Cafe, right? Enjoy!