Knock Knock Cafe is a photogenic floral cafe with cute bear lattes and 1-for-1 pasta

by Evan Mua
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Most of us remember the troublesome Phase 2 opening and re-opening measures but not only did it affect us, but also many new cafe openings around the period. One of those cafes is Knock Knock Cafe, one of the most IG-worthy cafes in Singapore that’s sadly under the radar.

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Photo: @saltyaaron/instagram

The cafe is located just 5 minutes away from Kallang MRT and is decked from head to toe in a sea of vividly coloured flowers. Talk about eye candy.

Besides the decor, Knock Knock Cafe also delivers visually in the food department. One of their popular items is the very adorable Bear Latte (S$6.50) that come in 3 flavours: Caramel, Lavender, and Mocha.

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Photo: Knock Knock Cafe Singapore

But really, the highlight is just the whimsical bear-shaped ice perched on top which melts into the drink in a cruel twist of fate. Dog lovers might want to get their dog variation that comes with the iced chocolate.

Normal caffeine options such as Cappucino (S$3.50/hot, S$4.50/iced), Latte (S$3.50/hot, S$4.50 iced) and Mocha (S$5.50/hot, S$6.50/iced) are available if you find the cute bears too gimmicky. Or get the Lavender Latte (S$5.50/hot, S$6.50/iced) to fit in with the floral theme.

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Photo: Knock Knock Cafe Singapore

If you’re here not just for the IG-worthy decor and bear latte and want to dig into brunch, you’d be happy to hear that Knock Knock Cafe currently has a 1-for-1 Pasta offer that runs until 30 September 2021, valid for both dining in and takeaway.

Their menu is mainly Asian-influenced and you can find many local flavours in all their mains. Some interesting pasta that you might want to try includes the hearty Hae Bee Hiam Aglio Olio with Tiger Prawns (S$17), Lup Cheong and Bacon Carbonara (S$16) for meat lovers, and the Umami ‘Laksa’ Seafood Pasta (S$18) if you prefer your pasta with a spicy kick.

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Photo: Knock Knock Cafe Singapore

For those that don’t fancy pasta, they also have order interesting mains such as the Otak-Otak Burger (S$17) which comes with a sinful slab of deep-fried otah. On the other hand, they’ve also combined 2 classics in the Beer-battered Mentaiko Fish & Chips (S$17) — fish and mentaiko, you can’t go wrong with that.

And of course, it’s not really a local-inspired menu without these two — Chilli Crab (S$15) and Salted Egg Prawn (S$13) on Tacos. While these 2 have been done a million times, Knock Knock Cafe’s tacos are a rather fresh idea, to be honest.

If you’re looking for somewhere to study or work, they provide sockets and WiFi for free. There are even meeting rooms that can currently be used for free, at least for now. So if you need a photogenic backdrop for those zoom calls, you know here to go.

Knock Knock Cafe
Website | Facebook | Instagram
???? 101 Geylang Road, Singapore 389211
????️ 12pm–10:30pm (Tue–Sun)

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