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Japanese cafe in Havelock has S$10 mains & unique convenience store beside it

EVERY Cafe is a good cafe.

Martino Tan | January 6, 08:07 pm

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Many of us have visited a hipster cafe serving expensive cafe food in Tiong Bahru.

But a cafe at the outskirts of Tiong Bahru is turning the hipster cafe concept on its head.

EVERY is a minimalist designed cafe-convenience store that serves cafe food and Japanese Italian grub at an affordable price.

Photo by Mandy How.

How affordable?

None of their meals cost more than $15.

And their friendly staff will bring the food to you at no service charge.

In-house Japanese chefs

Photo from Every cafe FB page.

Launched in October last year, the part cafe part convenience store offers value-for-money meals, with prices ranging from slightly below $10 to $15, and are prepared by its in-house Japanese chef.

In fact, quite a number of dishes – Japanese breakfast, katsu don, mentaiko pasta, keema curry rice, tonkatsu sandwich and teriyaki sandwich – are priced below $10.

Beverages are not neglected, with a wine dispenser also available at the cafe.

Convenience store

EVERY’s no-frills casual style does not mean that it lacks comprehensiveness in terms of the Japanese food products that were available.

As its tagline “Everything is here” suggests, it is a convenience store that aims to fulfill your wish of being able to buy all the things you can find in a Japan convenience store.

In fact, some of the Japanese products were specially imported.

Take the desserts for instance.

It has an extensive range of desserts available, from Hokkaido ice-cream to cheesecake.

Photo by Mandy How.

It’s certainly a good way to cure your homesickness after your recent Japanese vacation.

Address: 593 Havelock Road, #01-03/04,Isetan Office Building, Singapore 169641

Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm daily

Getting there: Nearest Bus stop: Ganges Centre – Bus number: 51, 64, 121, 186; Nearest MRT station: 15 minutes walk from Tiong Bahru MRT

Top photo by Mandy How

About Martino Tan

Martino’s parents named him after an Italian priest, Vatican's 1st ambassador to S’pore. He's inspired by the lives of Robert Kennedy & Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the words of George Orwell & William F. Buckley Jr., & the music of the Beatles.

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