Photo: A juicery/elleyamada
Pink is a polarizing colour, some people love it, others hate it. Whether you like it or not, there is no denying that pink is in. Pink doesn’t have to be kitschy and tacky, especially with the millennial pink, which is a more grown up version of the rosy hue our childhood selves are familiar with. We’ve sussed out some of the pinkest cafes in Singapore for your next Instagram pilgrimage.
Decked out in all-pink furnishing, this quirky space keeps up with the times by jumping on the millennial pink bandwagon. After snapping some mandatory pictures for the gram, pick up one of A Juicery’s signature cold-pressed juices that comes in 16 addictive flavours. There are also caffeinated drinks, not featured on the wall, like Strawberry Latte and Chili Chocolate Coffee. If you’re feeling peckish, the cafe also offers wraps like the Tangy Thai Chicken, Roast Chicken & Mango and Turkey Ham & Cheese wrap. Millennial pink is so appealing because it is gender neutral. Just take it from Hong Kong actor, Edison Chen, who swung by the café recently. If it is good enough for Edison, it’s good enough for us.
Location: 21 Lorong Telok Singapore 049033
Looksee Looksee is a reading room and tea studio. Branded by the Lo and Behold Group, this cafe that serves specialty tea runs on a pay-as-you-wish system. Aside from its unique tipping system, the tea studio is also incredibly photogenic. The mint and blush hues found in the seating, tables and wallpaper helps to accent the otherwise neutral space.
Location: 267 Beach Road, Singapore 199545
La Marelle Cafe and Boutique
If you love bright pink interior along with dishes of the western cuisine, swing by this whimsical wonderland. The pink theme extends to the insides of the store as well as the stairs, which is cheerfully painted in pink.
Location: 25 Baghad Street, Singapore 199664
Be sure to head down these pink cafes in Singapore, your Instagram will thank you for it.