I love the Bras Basah neighborhood. It's in the heart of the city, easily accessible by public transport, and has a mish-mash of shops, schools, and demographics. It had been a sleepy place, but the past couple of years has brought more people walking around. (Of course our Standing Sushi Bar at 8 Queen Street has been a big part of this neighborhood, since 2010).
The National Design Centre opened a couple years ago, and Kapok Singapore took over a large retail and cafe space on the ground floor. The folks that work there are super-friendly and it's a great spot for a coffee and chat.
They used to serve food but it stopped so their kitchen has been unused, which is a shame since it's such a nice space.
We've got our Omega 3 Donburi on the menu as well as a rotating list of other specials such as a pulled pork don, falafel salad, and southern fried chicken.
Open for lunch and dinner from now until September 6!
Kapok Singapore is at the National Design Centre.
111 Middle Road
01-05 National Design Centre