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8 Prettiest Pink Cafes & Restaurants In SG For Those Who Love Pink As Much As Barbie Does

Pink cafes & restaurants in Singapore


Barbie isn’t the only one obsessed with pink. It may have been cool to diss the soft pastel shade as a tomboy growing up, but it’s now one of my favourite colours. If you embrace pink too then this list is just for you. In the spirit of the Barbie movie opening in the theatres, here are pink cafes and restaurants in Singapore for those who love pink:

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Pink cafes & restaurants in Singapore1. GIG Cafe – High tea sets at $28/pax2. Mr Holmes Bakehouse – Decadent brioche donuts & cruffins3. Planet Plus – Mousse cakes in quirk shapes4. Knock Knock Cafe – Pet-friendly menu available5. Q Classified (Ngee Ann City) – Local takes on brunch favourites6. Beauty in the Pot (KINEX) – Hotpot restaurant with coconut broth7. Hey Sugar – Ice cream & waffles8. Prairie By Craftsmen (River Valley) – Coral pink interiorPink eateries in Singapore


1. GIG Cafe – High tea sets at $28/pax


pink cafes - gig cafeImage credit: @peggy17688 via Instagram

The first thing you’re going to notice about GIG Cafe are the pink flowers and plants that are hanging down from the ceiling. The second thing would probably be the matching interior and furniture that truly makes this place a Barbie wonderland.

pink cafes - gig cafe high tea setImage credit: @dessert._.sg via Instagram

If you ever had your dolls sit with you for high tea, you’ll be able to reminisce about your childhood playtime with GIG Cafe’s High Tea Set ($28/pax). You’ll get sweet and savoury bites served on a tiered platter. Pair these with their selection of flower teas ($6.90) that are served in pretty glass teapots.

Address: Block 419 Tampines Street 41, #01-10, Singapore 520419Opening hours: 10am-9pm, DailyContact: 6588 5688 | GIG Cafe website


2. Mr Holmes Bakehouse – Decadent brioche donuts & cruffins


pink cafes - mr holmes bakehouse pacific plazaImage credit: @ectararin via Instagram

If you’re holding back on letting your pink freak flag fly at full mast, step into Mr Holmes Bakehouse at Pacific Plaza instead. While the cafe is mostly white, you’ll find accents of Barbie pink splashed everywhere like at the front door and the neon sign wall that’s a must-have for the ‘Gram.

When you’re done with the snaps, head back inside for their specialties – brioche donuts (from $6.50 each) and cruffins (from $5.80 each). The first is a bombolini-style pastry filled with jellies and creams like PB&J or seasonal flavours like Bubbly Passion Fruit.

pink cafes - mr holmes bakehouse cruffins

As for cruffins, you can probably guess from the name that they’re a cross between croissants and muffins. The flaky layers come in sweet and savoury flavours like Raspberry Cheesecake and Jalapeno Popper.

Address: 9 Scotts Road, #01-01/02/03 Pacific Plaza, Singapore 228210Opening hours: 8am-8pm, DailyContact: 6334 0308 | Mr Holmes Bakehouse website


3. Planet Plus – Mousse cakes in quirk shapes


pink cafes - planet plysImage credit: @planetplussg via Instagram

Barbie always has the best day ever, yesterday, tomorrow, and every day from now until forever. In the real world, that comes close at Planet Plus, a cafe at Scotts Square that could easily rival Barbie’s dream house. Enter and you’ll quickly see what we mean – you’re surrounded 360˚ in pink on the walls, floors, and ceiling.

pink cafes - planet plus bisky mangoBisky Mango – the yellow version of Bisky Fraise.

Even the desserts here would be right up Barbie’s alley. Their top sellers are mousse cakes that come in quirky shapes, like the showstopping Bisky Fraise ($12.90), a strawberry and plum flavoured cake in the shape of a chunk of Swiss cheese. For Kens taking their Barbies out on a date, impress her with Seventh Heaven ($12.90), which has a pair of holding hands on a pink heart. 

Address: 6 Scotts Road, #02-08, Scotts Square, Singapore 228209Opening hours: 10.30am-9.30pm, DailyContact: 6518 4333 | Planet Plus website


4. Knock Knock Cafe – Pet-friendly menu available


pink cafes - knock knock cafe

Here’s one place that Vet Barbie would surely approve of – Knock Knock Cafe. The pet-friendly cafe has a treats menu just for your 4-legged friends. But don’t think for a second that they’ll be getting a handful of kibble. Pet-owners can choose brunch items such as Salmon Chawanmushi ($9.90) and Chicken Rice ($12.90) that have been made specially to cater to dietary needs of furbabies.

pink cafes - knock knock cafe pet foodPet meals at Knock Knock Cafe look good enough to eat for humans.Image credit: @kpetscafe via Instagram

The cafe isn’t just pet-friendly, it’s a whole vibe for pink lovers. Come in the day when the cafe is brightly lit, which accentuates the 2 IG-worthy feature walls – a pink floral wall and a donut wall that are made to be a backdrop for pink #OOTDs. Come night time, the cafe is just as chio when the pink neon lights flood the cafe’s interiors to make everything glow pink.

Address: 101 Geylang Road Singapore, Singapore 389211Opening hours: Mon-Fri 3pm-9.30pm | Sat-Sun 11.30-10pmContact: 8013 7840 | Knock Knock Cafe Facebook


5. Q Classified (Ngee Ann City) – Local takes on brunch favourites


pink cafes - q classified ngee ann city

Regular cafe-hoppers might already be familiar with Q Classified, which has 3 outlets in Singapore. All of them have a floral theme, but the one wannabe Barbies should visit is the one at Ngee Ann City. This cafe has an all-pink interior with pink booth seats, as well as aesthetic flowers and bird cages hanging from the ceiling.

pink cafes - q classified cafe foodAng Mo Kio Burger.Image credit: @cafeqclassified via Instagram

As for the menu, you’ll find locally-inspired fusion dishes such as Crazy Rich Mee Pok ($38), a pasta dish with uni, black truffle cream, and grilled lobster tail. There’s also an Ang Mo Kio Burger ($12), which has luncheon meat and baked beans replacing the meat patty.

Address: 391 Orchard Road, #03-15, Takashimaya S.C. Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872Opening hours: 9.30am-10pm, DailyContact: 6235 8812 | Q Classified website


6. Beauty in the Pot (KINEX) – Hotpot restaurant with coconut broth


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You’d think that only cafes with brunch fare or dessert would paint their walls pink for a trend, but get this: Beauty in the Pot’s KINEX outlet is completely washed in a sakura shade.

pink cafes - bitp kinexImage credit: Alric

For an intimate girly gathering for all the Barbies in your life, book their private room which has individual pots and a grand chandelier hanging from the ceiling.

Of course, not forgetting the food – this outlet serves a decent range of soup bases, including quirkier varieties like Cooling Coconut, Longevity Wild Pine Mushroom, and Vitamin C Tomato Sweet Corn.

pink cafes - bitp kinex pinkImage credit: Alric

Just a heads up: the broth alone is priced from $6.50 for a quarter pot, and they also charge for the condiments ($2.99).

pink cafes - beauty in the pot hotpotImage credit: @bakmeimei via Instagram

As for the ingredients, there are premium meat cuts like US Wagyu Beef (from $26.90) and US Kurobuta Pork (from $12), as well as seafood options like Live Drunken Tiger Prawns (from $14), and Sliced Toman Fish (from $9.80).

Address: 11 Tanjong Katong Road, #03-38 KINEX, Singapore 437157Opening hours: 11.30am-3am, DailyContact: 6284 8820 | Beauty in the Pot website


7. Hey Sugar – Ice cream & waffles


pink cafes - hey sugarImage credit: @_naititu via Instagram

Hey Sugar’s interior is fairly simple but sweet, with potted plants and dangling bulbs on the ceiling that look like upsized fairy lights. But it’s the strawberries-and-cream colour scheme that’s the icing on the cake. Or, should we say, the sprinkles on the ice cream, since they serve ice cream and waffles as their specialty.

pink cafes - hey sugarImage credit: @_naititu via Instagram

For the best bang for your buck, get their all-day set which includes a waffle with a single scoop of ice cream and ice brewed shaken tea at just $11.50.

pink cafes - hey sugar wafflesImage credit: @jaslynxg via Instagram

Address: Block 818 Choa Chu Kang Ave 1, #01-06, Singapore 680818Opening hours: Sun-Thu 12pm-10.30pm | Fri-Sat 12pm-11.30pmContact: Hey Sugar Instagram


8. Prairie By Craftsmen (River Valley) – Coral pink interior


pink cafes - prarieImage credit: Prairie By Craftsmen

In case you’re wondering, this cafe has got nothing to do with prairie dogs and everything to do with the prettiest shades of coral pink. If you love all hues of pink as much as Barbara Millicent Roberts, or Barbie, does, Prairie By Craftsmen at River Valley is a must-visit on your next cafe hopping adventure. 

pink cafes - Prairie By Craftsmen breakfastImage credit: @jtkmphotography via Instagram 

As expected, the coffee and brunch are the stars of the show here, with hot Long Blacks for $5 and a Big Breakfasts with the usual suspects like sourdough bread, pork sausage and sauteed mushrooms for $22. Jazz it up with your BFF with wine, spirit and cocktails from $10 to end off a long week.

Address: 486 River Valley Road, Singapore 248370Opening hours: 7.30am-8pm, DailyContact: Craftsmen Coffee website


(Closed) A Juicery


pink cafes - a juiceryImage credit: @manamilkchocolate via Instagram

Stay in the pink of health with A Juicery’s fresh cold-pressed juices (from $9), made by pushing fruits and vegetables through a hydraulic press instead of a blender. This method helps the juice retain its nutrients better, which means more vitamins packed into your cup.

Each flavour is said to possess a different health benefit – the hydrating Kale Me Maybe (kai lan, cucumber, cabbage, watercress, lemon, coconut water) is a good hangover cure, while Marmalade Skies (carrot, lime, mint, orange, pineapple) fights cholesterol and relieves stress.

To fit the menu of tropical fruity beverages is lively tropical-themed decor. You’ll see flamingo props and cactus illustrations throughout, against a backdrop of pink tiles.

Unfortunately for working folk, A Juicery doesn’t open during the weekends, and closes by 5PM on weekdays. So set multiple alarms, and rise a little earlier to pop by before work for a morning perk-me-up.


(Closed) Lumine Cafe


pink cafes - Lumine CafeImage credit: @estheriorr via Instagram

Lumine is a Japanese department store with stylish fashion picks and lifestyle products like perfume, accessories, and artisanal tea. Tucked in a corner is their very own Lumine Cafe, which you can rest your feet at after a round of shopping.

While it’s not full-on pink, it’s got a blush feature wall and comfy plush chairs to match, complemented by sleek rose gold ceiling lamps. Charging ports are available, so you can tap away on your phone or laptop without worrying about battery life.

Get refreshed with a yogurt Fruit Parfait (from $12.90) or Honey Latte ($6.90), and pair it with a Mille Crepe Cake to fuel yourself up for even more shopping ahead.


(Closed) A Summer in Paris


pink cafes - a summer in parisImage credit: A Summer in Paris via Facebook

Transport yourself to the City of Love with A Summer in Paris, a French patisserie by award-winning chef Yann Brys. Exuding Parisian chic through and through, this pretty little joint has cascading flowers and avant garde portraits as part of its decor – a perfect blend of elegance and edginess.

Desserts here are delicately crafted, with the apple-shaped Pompom ($9.30) being the most eye-catching. Cut through the green apple cream dome to reveal inner layers of green apple jelly, pistachio tea cake, and a citrus shortbread base.

If you prefer tarts over cake, go for the Tourbillon Lemon Tart ($8.80), a lemon meringue, or the Louise ($9.30), a piquant mix of almond cream, grapefruit curd, and raspberries.


(Closed) Cotton Dreams


pink cafes - cotton dreamsMilk Tea topped with cotton candy.Image credit: @cottondreams.co via Instagram

We all grew up sipping on flavoured milk tea from neighbourhood bubble tea shops, but now that we’re big boys and girls, it’s time for an upgraded version: vodka-infused bubble tea. Yes, this exists in Singapore, and you can get it at Cotton Dreams, a dreamy candy-coloured beverage kiosk at *SCAPE.

The alcoholic bubble tea comes in 4 variants: Lychee, Red Apple, Passionfruit, and Cranberry ($11.90 each). Teetotalers can opt for their regular Milk Teas (from $3.50) in flavors like Honey, Coconut, and Vanilla, and top it off with a cloud of cotton candy.

For something less thick, sip on the floral goodness of their Flower Teas ($4.20) – the delicate petals floating about make the drinks extra pretty.


(Closed) Once Upon A Time Cafe & Boutique


Okay, so Once Upon A Time Cafe & Boutique is not in Singapore, but it’s too pretty to not include. The good news is that it’s just a hop, skip, and jump across the border in Johor Bahru, so you can easily pop by during a day trip with your posse.

You’ll spot it from afar – this cafe lies within a pink house with black accents, what we’d imagine Barbie’s dollhouse to look like in real life. Inside is a paradise for the ultimate girly girl, with neon pink lights, pink furniture, and a little vanity corner for you to primp at before taking a barrage of selfies.

Mains here are affordably priced from RM15 to RM21 (~S$5 to S$7), with choices like pizza, pasta, and sandwiches. For a light snack, go for the cakes at RM10/slice (~S$3.30).


Pink eateries in Singapore


Perhaps minimalism is the new cafe trend, but if you’d prefer to have some colour in your life instead of jumping on the B&W bandwagon, pastel pink is the way to go – it’s not overly flashy, but still brings a playful and feminine vibe. Like my idol Barbie likes to say: Think pink!

Check out our other cafe-related articles here:

Colour-themed cafesBest kid-friendly cafesMinimalist cafes in Singapore


Originally published by Rachel Yohannan on 16th January 2019. Last updated on 20th July 2023 by Raewyn Koh.

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