A fresh new concept that combines the best of both worlds, Cafe Gui is the newest cafe at Royal Square Novena. Featuring a Japanese-Korean-inspired menu, diners can look forward to rice bowls, cold ramen, and Korean pudding here.
Cafe Gui: Japanese-Korean Cafe At Novena
Shake it up with the Dosirak Rice Bowl ($15.90). Made up of Korean spam, a sunny side up and generous servings of kimchi and seaweed, the rice bowl is served in a gold rectangular tin box. Give it a good shake to mix the ingredients up for the best taste! The Japanese alternative is the Arabiki Sausage Rice Bowl ($14.90).
Yummy Rice Bowls And Noodle Options
Cold ramen and soba options are also available on the menu. If you’re a fan of hotdog buns, try the Japanese Canadian Premium Okonomi Hotdog ($7.90) for a yummy yet affordable meal.
Topped with blocks of honeycomb on whipped espresso, the cafe’s in-house specialty coffee, Dalgona Honeycomb ($7.90) is a must-try that will have you hooked. Wrap up with either the Hojicha Pudding ($6.90) or Korean Black Soy Pudding ($6.90) to end your meal on a sweet note.
Recently opened on Sept 15, this minimalistic cafe is a great lunchtime option in town that has much to offer. Head down whenever you are craving Japanese or Korean fare!
Address:103 Irrawaddy Road, Royal Square Novena, #02-10, Singapore 329566
Opening Hours : Daily, 8am – 6pm, Closed on Sundays
Cover Photo: Cafe Gui, @cafegui.sg (Instagram)
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