Boon Cafe is a new minimalist hipster cafe with everything under S$10 including S$5 biscoff pancakes

by Evan Mua

When you hear the words” minimalist“, “white“, and “cafe” together, what comes to mind? A trendy new brunch spot with the most gorgeous dishes and IG-worthy vibes, right? But all that coming at a higher price point. Well not at the new Boon Cafe, which has all the vibes but with everything under S$10.

That’s a price tag you won’t normally associate with a full-fledge cafe and normally with hawker stalls serving cafe food. But Boon Cafe is tucked away inside ITE College Central, so you can understand the more student-friendly prices here.

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You don’t have to be a student to come in to grab a bite because they are open to the public, but do note that they charge an additional $0.50 for the public.

Of course when you come over to a hip cafe like this you’d want to savour some classic brunch favourites, and Boon Cafe sells those very cheaply too — you can get the Sweet All-Day Breakfast for just S$5.

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It comes with 2 sourdough pancakes and an assortment of lotus biscoff and strawberry toppings, it’s comparable to SweeT.Rex, known for their S$5 Souffle Pancakes.

But if you want something more filling, you can go for the Savoury All-Day Breakfast (S$7), which contains sourdough, scrambled eggs, and chicken honey baked ham.

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Photo: Boon Cafe

Alternatively, you can grab one of Boon Cafe’s savoury mains including Chicken Chop with Brown Sauce (S$6), Honey Baked Quarter Spring Chicken (S$7), and Salmon with Yogurt Sauce (S$9) being the most expensive.

That’s not forgetting their signature bakes such as the umami Cream Cheese Garlic Bread (S$3), decadent Bomboloni (S$3.50), and the intricate cheese-shaped Cheese Cheesecake (S$5).

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Even for coffee, everything on Boon Cafe’s menu is kept extremely affordable, starting from S$2. A cup of black Black costs only S$2.50 for hot and S$3 for iced, while a cup of White only sets you back S$3 for hot and S$3.50 for iced.

You won’t find many places serving cuppas at that price except at hawker centres so if you’re looking for an affordable place to chill, it might be worth making a trip down to Ang Mo Kio.

Boon Cafe
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???? 2 Ang Mo Kio Dr, #02-11/12 ITE College Central Blk F, Singapore 567720
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