Good eats pop up in Haji Lane
New food offerings in the Kampong Glam area run the gamut, from tapas to Korean fried chicken
Published on Jun 15, 2014 7:31 PM
Haji Lane, a narrow stretch of pre-war shophouses between Beach and North Bridge roads, is known for being the go-to place for indie and quirky fashions. However, it is also fast becoming a hip food enclave.
More eateries have also opened in parallel street Bali Lane.
In the last year, no fewer than 10 new food and beverage outlets have been added to the mix of restaurants, cafes and bars in the two lanes, joining popular ones such as Mexican restaurant Piedra Negra, Bar Stories and live-music venue BluJaz Cafe.
These range from cafes such as The Pantry and Elffin & Elffin, which offer cakes and savoury items such as pies; to bistros such as CAD Cafe in Haji Lane, I Am, at the junction of North Bridge Road and Haji Lane, and Stateland Cafe in Bali Lane.
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