Café Le Caire
Hounds of the Baskervilles
Inked hipsters, antique cabinets bursting with clippers, and a hissing espresso machine: no place screams new-school Singapore like this...
This is the traditional textile district, where you’ll find several caneware shops near the junction with Baghdad St.
St Gregory Javana Spa
With spas all over Asia, St Gregory's is a major player in relaxation. It has three facilities in Singapore, all inside top-end hotels....
Live jaz (sic) is only played here on Saturday nights and on the first Monday each month. This bohemian-decorated eatery is popular for...
Tiny, colourfully painted Egyptian cafe full of atmosphere, sheeshas , dips and kebabs. The tables spill out under the five-foot ways at...
Lonely Planet review
Arab St's true gem, this informal Egyptian hole-in-the-wall cafe, also known as Al Majlis, is housed in a beautiful shophouse conversion, with seating spilling out into the five-foot way (on both Arab St and Haji Lane). It does wonderful Turkish coffee so is perfect for a daytime pitstop, but the food here is worth making a special trip for, with hummus, olives, felafel, pita, salads, yoghurt and a variety of kebabs all featuring, either as side-dish snacks or as main courses.