There’s a reason why the Central Business District is littered with cafes. The stress of working and meeting deadlines means professionals need a place to unwind with a cuppa or even a meal. Hapi Cafe is more than happy to fill that role.
Opened on 6 Sep 2022 at 138 Cecil Street, Hapi Cafe aims to provide healthy meals to support different diet groups such as keto, low glycemic index and vegans. They use fresh ingredients, zero calorie sugar and even low carb alternatives.
For starters, it has your conventional croissant-filled and bread-based offerings such as Egg Salad Croissant (S$4.90), Chicken Mayo Croissant (S$5.90), Chocolate Danish (S$3.90), Smashed Avocado and Confit Tomato (S$6), Baked Egg with Button Mutton and Truffle Oil (S$9.50) and Shakshuka Baked Egg (S$8).
Things start to get interesting with the mains. As mentioned before, most of the menu items are based on the different dietary requirements and the main selections reflect that. For those under the keto diet, they can opt for Chicken Au Poivre, Shredded Beef Brisket, Cajun Seabass, Cuban Mojo Chicken, Chicken Parmigiana, Cajun Chicken, Beef Rendang and Ginger Spring Onion Seabass, all of which are priced at S$9.90 each.
Vegans have the choice of plant-based Bak Chor Mee (S$9.90) and IMPOSSIBLE Japanese Curry (S$12). As an added bonus, Hapi Cafe offers 1-for-1 for mains every Saturday!
All this talk of healthy foods doesn’t mean Hapi Cafe doesn’t offer desserts. They have a wide range of cakes such as Cake Of The Day (S$7.50), Mango Yoghurt, Wild Strawberry, Cappuccino Mocha Mousse, Chocolate Banana Dome and Black Forest (S$5.90 each).
They even have keto-friendly dessert options such as New York Cheesecake (S$8) and Keto-Licious Tiramisu (S$9).
If you ever need a place to chill in the CBD and would like to try out healthier food whilst at it, there’s always Hapi Cafe!
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