Oddity Cafe is a pet-friendly brunch spot in Serangoon with a Japanese fusion menu, unique ice cream flavours & more

by Jermina

Let’s be honest — nothing beats spending a lazy afternoon relaxing at a cafe for a quick pick-me-up.

Oddity Cafe
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Well, good news because there’s yet another cafe and this time it’s situated in Serangoon (yay!). Oddity Cafe is the place to go if you have an upcoming brunch date including a mini “drive-through” for people who want to grab their coffee to go. 

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Did I mention that you can bring your fur babies too?

Oddity Cafe
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It also has a rustic and cosy ambience alongside a few quirky paintings (picture the Mona Lisa holding a cup of coffee).

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Just like its quirky aesthetic, the menu features equally wacky mains from brunch platters and yoghurt bowls to pasta and burgers. Their brunch menu is available until 5pm everyday so even if you’re not an early bird, this cafe has got you covered.

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Treat yourself to the Oddity Breakfast Platter (S$22) which comprises hearty ingredients such as streaky bacon, bratwurst sausage, sauteed mushrooms, blistered tomatoes, miso-honey glazed tater tots, eggs, sourdough toast, and sundried tomato dip (whew, that was a mouthful).

Otherwise, the Acai Glow Bowl (S$16) with housemade mixed berry acai and refreshing fruits makes for a lighter snack.

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There are other brunch options that are equally interesting like the Bulgogi Eggs Bennie (S$20) that comes with Asian pear beef bulgogi and napa kimchi on a sourdough toast or the classic Cheese Toastie Supreme (S$16).

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Avocado lovers must try the Arigatoast (S$18) — a fusion of smashed zesty avocado, togarashi spice, and kizami nori

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If you’re feeling boozy, order the brunch cocktails including Mimosa, Espresso Martini, and Aperol Spritz which are all priced at S$18 each — it’s always happy hour somewhere.

How about pairing it with a side of Intrusive Tots (S$16)? Only this time, I’d willingly welcome it as it comes with tater tots alongside a torched cheese blend with garlic aioli and bacon bits.

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However, I’m more intrigued by the pastas and burgers because of their quirky names. 

There’s Aglio but Adorable (S$22), A Ballsy Feeling (S$22) with jumbo wagyu meatball in housemade hearty pomodoro sauce and Asian Flush (S$19), featuring a spicy tomato cream sauce with streaky bacon and baked mushrooms.

Oddity Cafe
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For those who are in the area and looking for a dessert fix instead, they have freshly made in-store artisanal ice cream by OddBalls Ice Cream

Flavours include Grandma’s Apple Pie, Pistachio, Roasted Rice Milk Tea, Rum & Raisin and most notably, Okinawa Sweet Potato that all you sweet potato fanatics will go crazy for. 

Anyone up for brunch? Head down to Oddity Cafe for hearty fare and a sweet treat!

Oddity Cafe 
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📍 730 Upper Serangoon Rd, #01-01A Yeley Building, Singapore 534613
🕐 11am–11pm (Tue to Fri), 9am–11pm (Sat & Sun)

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