#89. Little Independent Cafes & Book Stores

I love that people, perhaps fed up with their office jobs or just inspired to do what they love, are quitting and setting up these independent cafes and bookstores. Cafes with real coffee and beautifully designed places with real heart. I hope to explore them all. Here are those I reviewed:

photo by bookjunkie

Wimbly Lu at Jalan Riang – Gem of a Cafe decorated for Halloween

The Coffee Daily at 75 Brighton Crescent

Yong Siak Street: Strangelets, Books Actually & 40 Hands

Ice Cream Gallery at Tanjong Katong

Shots – a Cafe on Ann Siang Hill

Fika at Arab Street: A Swedish Halal Cafe

Books Actually

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4 Responses to #89. Little Independent Cafes & Book Stores

  1. plumerainbow says:

    Where is the “Like” button? I’ll comment here! 🙂

    Thanks for the post! Though some of these places are a bit difficult for me to go to, I’ll go try out some of them!

  2. valerie says:

    Hi, do let me know how to get in touch with you, would like to let you in on a little nice bar near duxton hill

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