Ever wish you could escape into a perfect fairy tale world?
Now, you can! Well, at least for lunch.
The beautiful and charming Enchanted Cafe has just opened up along Rangoon Road, for you to dine and while away your weekends in a fantasy world.
First things first, the aesthetic of this place is on point!
Entering into this cafe is like stepping foot into the fairy tale garden of your dreams–the only things missing are actual fairies.
Picture a wooden shelf lined with large vintage books, twigs and potted plants hanging from the ceiling, fairy lights draped down branches and across the walls, and quirky, mismatched tables and chairs filling the space.
There’s even a full sized tree in the corner, a mirror embellished all around with twigs, and other dreamy bits and bobs like old clocks and empty photo frames.
Soothing jazz music drifts through the cafe, completing the ambience for a perfect afternoon chill out session.
You’d half expect the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland to run across the wood and grass paneled floor!
The food and drinks at Enchanted Cafe are just as dreamy, both in terms of taste and presentation.
Something you can’t miss is the theatrical Sorcerer’s Elixir ($9.90)–also the most instagram-worthy of them all.
It starts as a blue drink, set in a stone dish, surrounded by wispy smoke. Add an orange “potion”, swirl it all together, and it transforms into a deep, glittery purple.
Taste-wise, it leans on the sweet side, resembling lychee syrup with some floral notes. The staff are careful to keep its recipe a secret!
For food, the tangy, yet sweet Berries Compote French Toast ($14.90) is the prettiest of the lot.
It has a bright red compote of cherries, blackberries and blueberries splashed vividly against a deep blue plate. The bits of nuts and leaves sprinkled on top almost seem as if they were handpicked–a perfect touch for the ‘gram.
Also on the menu are brunch favourites like the Big Breakkie ($17.90), as well as the Croque Madame ($14.90).
The standout item on the menu, however, would have to be a traditional favourite with a twist: The Ngoh Hiang Burger ($18.90).
This unique burger adds a touch of familiar Singaporean flavour to the otherwise fantasy-like setting.
Expect a tender pork patty marinated in five-spice seasoning, complete with bits of water chestnut, and black garlic sauce that’s made from scratch.
And don’t leave without ordering dessert!
Your best bet here is the French Vanilla Crepe Cake.
The thin pancakes are fluffy, with generous layers of light, airy cream slathered in between. Perfect after a hearty meal.
Next weekend, why not bring your friends and camera here, for the perfect meal and #ootd!
Address: Rangoon Road, Singapore 218374
Opening Hours: Closed on Mondays; Tue: 10am – 10pm; Wed – Thu: 12pm – 10pm; Fri: 11am – 11pm; Sat: 10am – 11pm; Sun: 9am – 8pm
Contact no.: 8813 1086
(Header Image Source: Burpple)