Whether you’re heading down to Pink Dot for the festivities this weekend or just finding a spot to chill out and have a nice meal, these eateries in Singapore are the best places to embrace the inner rainbow in you!
If you want the full rainbow experience, look no further than Sugar Lips. It’s difficult to miss too; with splashes of neon paint dripping off of the walls, tables, and every other furniture possible at Sugar Lips, you know you’re in for an explosion of fun! From cakes to pasta, this spunky cafe located at Orchard Gateway has it all.
The ultimate rainbow experience unfolds the second you lay eyes on their menu. Go ahead and order their popular Rainbow Pasta, where tangles of galaxy-coloured noodles are tossed in your favourite sauces. For a sweet treat, go for their Red Velvet Waffles where warm waffles are decorated with marshmallows and universe of colours that pop right off the plate. On the other hand, get twice the fun with their Rainbow Fantasy Cake – and don’t forget to order that extra scoop of ice cream to go with!
If Chinese cuisine is your jam, check out this classic spot for some good ol’ Xiao Long Bao. But these are just plain dumplings – how is that colourful, you ask? At Paradise Dynasty, they take things up a notch by adding different flavours to their dumplings and give them a pop of colour so diners can tell them apart.
Once you order one of these rainbow-coloured creations, you’re in for a real treat. Each of these treasured gems contain different flavoured broths and fillings: the normal coloured dumpling is the signature original; a grey coloured one is garlic; green for reinvigorating ginseng; brown for foie gras; a black hued dumpling for black truffle; a bright orange crab roe dumpling; a yellow-coloured cheese-filled dumpling; and a pink for the fiery Szechuan flavour.
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There’s no doubt that buffets are popular with locals, which is why they’re a dime a dozen in Singapore. Looking for something different? Then you mustn’t miss Ellenborough Market Cafe’s Nyonya High Tea Buffet.
One of the most colour items in Peranakan cuisine is the Rainbow Lapis kueh, a multi-coloured and -layered treat that’s both fun and tasty. Have your share of this rainbow lapis kueh in abundance at Ellenborough Market Cafe alongside tantalising Peranakan dishes such as Ayam Buah Keluak, Babi Pongteh, and more!
The next time you find yourself around Haji Lane or Bukit Batok, here’s the perfect place to get your dose of rainbow treats. This homey cafe serves up delicious Dutch-inspired nosh, and they’re Halal-certified to boot!
I Am… is famous for is their Signature 7-Layer Rainbow Cake but if you’re looking for something different, switch things up with the Rainbow Mille Crepe Cake. The cottony, soft layers of rainbow-coloured crepes are stacked one on top of another, held together by luscious dark chocolate cream. The final touch of chocolate drizzle adds another level of chocolatey goodness that brings everything together.
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