Relaxing with a good cup of coffee is a luxury on weekdays; more so if you work in the CBD area. Drury Lane cafe is one of the few cafes that is within reasonable walking distance in CBD, but yet far enough to get away from the hustle and bustle of the the fast paced CBD life. In fact, I go so frequently it’s fast becoming a weekly lunchtime ritual.
Located on busy Tanjong Pagar Road, this cafe can be easily identified by its red door frame. Bar seats are available on the ground floor but I prefer the window seats on the second floor.
Big 94 ($14): Hearty serve of sausage, honey cured bacon, mushrooms, baked beans, toast and eggs of your choice. I particularly like the fragrant and slightly sweet bacon that’s fried till crispy (not a fan of chewy bacon) and the homemade baked beans in a tangy tomato sauce. This is one big breakfast that will hit all the right spot, plus it’s good value for $ 14.
Bacon baked eggs ($12): There are a few variations of baked eggs available, but I prefer mine with bacon. This comes with mushrooms, tomato and homemade baked beans, finished with melted cheese. Love the cheesy half cooked egg yolk which broke gloriously. Everyone eats it differently and I like mine all mixed up into a messy cheese and tomato egg mix before dunking my butter toast in it.
Chicken and avocado sandwich ($8): Tender pieces of chicken marinated in spices with chunks of creamy avocado, served between two thick crusty bread. Love the contrast of warm bread against the cool yogurt mint sauce which complemented the spiced chicken very well.
Latte ($4.50): The coffee was strong and smooth with no lingering bitterness, complete with a velvety milk foam. While the coffee has been generally consistent, there have been one or two instances when the coffee was a tad too bitter.
Overall, this place is recommended for its all day breakfast and decent coffee. The fact that prices shown are nett is a major plus point.
Drury Lane cafe is open on weekdays (except Wednesday) from 09:00 to 20:30 and weekends from 10:00 to 18:00.
Park at Peck Seah Street or Tanjong Pagar Plaza.
- Best baked eggs Singapore
- Best breakfast in Singapore
- Best brunch in Singapore
- Best cafe Singapore
- Best sandwich Singapore
- Breakfast dates Singapore
- Breakfast in Singapore
- Brunch dates Singapore
- Brunch in Singapore
- Brunch places Singapore
- Drury Lane cafe Singapore
- Drury Lane hungrygowhere
- Drury Lane openrice
- Drury Lane review
- Drury Lane Singapore
- Lunch in CBD
- Recommended breakfast places in Singapore
- Recommended brunch places Singapore
- What to eat in CBD
- Where to eat in Singapore
- Where to go for breakfast in Singapore
- Where to go for brunch in Singapore
- Where to go on weekends