In the sea of cafes that have sprung up as part of Singapore’s Third Wave Coffee movement, what is it that distinguishes The Bravery from the rest of the pack? We always love a good coffee break over here at Wedding & Travel, and we found out when we paid The Bravery a visit ourselves.
For one, the minimalist industrial interiors of The Bravery is a refreshing change from the rest of the cafe scene, whose in-your-face hipsterism is honestly, getting a little stale. But that is not to say that The Bravery does not embody hip — we have no doubt that the super unpolished look of the cafe (think rough around the edges cement, low crates as chairs etc) was achieved with deliberate, conscious decisions on the interior designers’ part. (Psst, for those who are more blur, just push the gold door — there is no obvious door handle whatsoever.)
“Fancy” interiors aside, The Bravery definitely has got what matters right — the coffee. Brought to you by the same people who opened The Plain over at Craig Road, The Bravery crew likewise serves up a mean cup of coffee that is bound to satisfy any caffeine addict. For those who are partial towards weekend brunch, you can make a trip down to Bravery as well, as they serve up a decent brunch menu with items like eggs on toast (you can choose your own toppings), pancakes and sandwiches.
With The Bravery’s accessible location at new cool neighbourhood Jalan Besar (Chye Seng Huat Hardware Store and Windowsill Pies are a few streets away too), it’ll make for a good stop on your cafe-hopping routine.
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