5 Gorgeous Garden-Inspired Brunch Places To Feed Your Tummy And IG Feeds

Take a breather on the weekends to have a nice, relaxing brunch! Nothing beats a good hearty serving of English breakfast or pancakes to start the weekend on the right note. Round up your girlfriends and good friends to check out these 5 pretty and very Instagrammable cafes because these cafes are stunningly delightful to while the weekends away. Some of these places are also pet-friendly, so your furry pals don’t miss out on the fun too!

1. The Summerhouse

The Summerhouse is an idyllic getaway, set in a refurbished mansion which used to be a colonial bungalow which used to house officers from Britain’s Royal Air Force near Seletar Airbase, is now home to a cluster of cafes and dining spots.

Source: Jeremy Hui Photography

Source: Jeremy Hui Photography

The Summerhouse has three geodesic garden domes with air-conditioning for cosy, romantic nights, its own edible garden to grow their own greens, and also hosts Wildseed Cafe on their first floor, which serves up a hearty brunch menu by day and turns into a relaxing garden bar with acoustic music at night.

The cafe is a relaxing getaway from the hustle of the city, and has an indoor and outdoor area where you can dine surrounded by lush greenery. Signatures on their weekend brunch menu include the Big Pan Breakfast, a hearty breakfast spread of eggs, avocado, toast and other fixings, Grilled Sea Bass Fillet, and the Wildseed Garden Arrabiata. Take a breather after brunch by trying their desserts, with favorites like the Honey Lemon Rosemary Tart, Spiced Pineapple Coconut Cake, and Rojak Banana Loaf.

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Source: (left) @quenmantha/ Instagram, right @pudding.corgi/ Instagram

You can also bring your furry friends along as Wildseed Cafe is pet-friendly and has a garden space for your doggos to play with each other.

Address: 3 Park Lane, Seletar Aerospace Park, Singapore 798387
Opening hours: Mon to Fri, 9am – 6pm | Sat & Sun & PH, 8.30am – 6 pm
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2. Café De Nicole’s Flower

Nicole’s Flowers has just opened a cafe just inside their florist shop in East Coast, and it’s gorgeous place to enjoy a relaxing brunch.

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Source: @jangjul0205/ Instagram

The garden-themed cafe has blooms stocked in one corner that you can purchase, and is decked out with potted plants and lush greenery everywhere else. Even the food sees a touch of floral, with Rosé Lattes and decorative edible flowers as garnishes.

You can have brunch on any day of the week with their all day brunch menu, which includes items like burgers, waffles and soufflé pancakes. Golden cutlery and wooden tables are perfect backdrops for flatlays, and also make you feel slightly atas when dining. All the dishes are beautifully plated, and we love how all the desserts and drinks come with a stalk of flower – dried or fresh depending on your luck. While the flowers are going straight to use as an IG prop, you can also bring them home!

Pets are also welcome at Café de Nicole, so you might bump into some furry cuties when you’re there if you’re lucky.

Address: 224 Telok Kurau Rd, #01-01, Singapore 423836
Opening hours: 8.30am – 8.30pm from Tue to Sun, closed on Mon
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3. Botany by Dazzling Cafe

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The team behind Dazzling Café has a new brainchild – Botany. Inspired by botanics and the natural beauty of floral and fauna, the new cafe is all about wholesome, natural food at affordable prices. You might even be able to spot some of Dazzling Café’s favourite dishes like the Signature Honey Toasts. While all the original thick toast flavors are available, the new menu at Botany has a limited edition flavor – Avocado Chocolate Toast – that all toast fans will be interested to try!

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The menu has a mix of eastern and western dishes, along with interesting items that is inspired by local flavors. There are Otah Chips and Mentaiko Fries to start off your meal, with mains like Pan Seared Barramundi and Uni Truffle Spaghetti. Healthier options like the Botanist Salad, Curried Cauliflower Soup and Grilled Boneless Chicken with Balinese Salsa are also available for those who are more watchful on their diet.

Address: 86 Robertson Quay, #01-03, Singapore 238245
Opening hours:  9am-10pm on Mon to Fri, 8.30am- 10pm on Sat & Sun
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4. Don Ho

Talking about secret bars, Don Ho is pretty much like the secret brunch spot. Previously you had to enter the bar from the street at the back, but now Don Ho is only accessible from Loloku, a poké bowl store on the first floor The Working Capitol Building. While Don Ho started out as a bar selling fusion food and creative cocktails, they’ve since branched out into a splendid brunch menu on the weekends.

The tropical cosy bar is inspired by Hawaii as its namesake is Hawaiian musician Don Ho. The brunch menu however leans towards the fare you get at Australian cafes. Expect dishes like Hot Smoked Salmon with potatoes and poached eggs, Slow Cooked Eggs that comes with brioche toast and Brioche French Toast. Complement your meal with some healthy smoothies and coffees so that you can get that #flatlay shot with Don Ho’s marble tabletops as a backdrop.

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The walls of the cafe is also covered in palm trees and bright pink flamingos for  OOTD shots. Just saying.

Address: 1 Keong Saik Road, The Working Capitol Building, Singapore 089109 (enter from the Loloku)
Opening hours: Sat & Sun (brunch) from 10am – 4pm, Mon – Sat from 6pm till late
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5. Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari

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Go glamping brunch style in a canvas tent at Tiong Bahru Bakery’s latest safari-inspired outlet! The cafe in Dempsey is worth the trip as you’ll be able to tuck in Tiong Bahru Bakery’s pastries and more as you pretend that you’re in a safari. And the queues there on the weekends start from around 11, so get there early to get a good table as they don’t take reservations.

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Left: Squid Ink Baguette With Smoked Salmon, Right: Black Sesame & Pandan Breakfast Jar

Aside from all their usual croissants and pastries, Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari also has exclusive items like pastries and breakfast jars. There’s a commemorative zebra-inspired Wild Safari Cake, a little round chocolate orb filled with nuts and rum. For something healthier, get the Rolled Oats With Sesame And Pineapple or the Tapioca  Coconut Papaya which both comes in jars.

There are also three new colorful lattes, but they are more on the spicy side for those who are adventurous enough to try. The Beetroot Latte, Blue Pea Latte and Tumeric Latte might not exactly be to everyone’s taste, but they certainly do brighten up the table!

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Left: Beetroot Latte, Right: table spread

Families with young ones will be pleased to know that there is a small play area to keep them lil ones entertained so that the parents can get some brunch-time. Kid or not, remember to bring mosquito repellent as the cafe is surrounded by plenty of foliage.

Address: 130E Minden Road, Singapore 248819
Opening hours: 8am – 5pm daily
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