Started in 2015, the brand has gained a steady following over the years and now serves over 80 food items including mains, desserts & beverages.
According to them, their creations were influenced by various "premium ingredients from different prefectures" in Japan.
In mid-2019, Matchaya expanded to a "Progressive Tea Bar" concept that sells brunch and mains, while retaining their matcha offerings.
Food at Matchaya
Some of the food items to look out for at Matchaya include mains and sandwiches like the Ohaiyo Breakfast and the Tamago Sando.
Ohaiyo Breakfast (S$17.90)
Dashi Chicken Stew (S$14)
Tempura Prawn Curry (S$16.90)
Tamago Sando (S$6.90)
Drinks at Matchaya
On the other hand, some drinks to try include the Matcha Chokoreto, Signature Koicha Milk.
If you'd like something that isn't Matcha, there's also a Lavender Yuzu Houjicha.
Prices vary for the hot and cold versions of these drinks.
Matcha Chokoreto (S$6.50)
Signature Koicha Milk (S$7.50 - S$8)
Lavender Yuzu Houjicha (S$5.50 - S$6)
Desserts at Matchaya
Last but not least, there are also plenty of matcha-based desserts such as parfaits, cakes, mochi, and tarts.
Signature Matchaya Parfait (S$15.90)
Cha-Cha Cheesecake (S$8.50)
Kinako Warabi Mochi (S$9.90)
Matcha Yuzu Tart (S$8.50)
You can view more of Matchaya's menu items here.
Address: 2 Handy Road, #01-08/09, The Cathay, Singapore 229233
Monday - Thursday, 11am - 10pm
Friday - Sunday, 11am - 10:30pm
Top image via matchayasg on Instagram