Try a Dirty Matcha alongside some Steak & Eggs

After seven years at Lavender Street serving hipsters and teen couples alike, popular neighbourhood cafe The Bravery has now found a new home at the trendy Amoy Street in Chinatown.

In the refurbished two-storey conservation shophouse, the Muslim-owned restaurant is helmed by sous chef Melvin Lam and award-winning head barista Maryvn Tan. Besides its crowd-favourite signatures, patrons can expect to indulge in an elevated menu thanks to new dishes and beverages.
 


 

The 40-seater diner doesn’t replicate the look of its former outlet, but instead boasts a stylish, modern finish on both floors. Guests are free to sit themselves anywhere near the coffee bar on the first level, or enjoy the spacious second floor that houses The Bravery’s in-house bakery as well.

Comforting food and drinks
For mains, tuck into the Steak & Eggs which features a grass-fed striploin served with a side of house-baked sourdough toast and sunny side eggs; or the Insta-worthy Nova Cheese Toast, for house-baked sourdough bread topped with cream cheese, lemon dill, smoked salmon, ikura, and microgreens.
 


 

But if you’re heading down for a midday break, grab brownies or the Burnt Cheesecake from the bakery that dishes out a wide range of breads, cakes and pastries.

No trip to the cafe is complete without a taste of the coffee beverages of course, especially since Tan, the 2015 Singapore Aeropress Champion, is overseeing the drinks menu.

Continue to sip on the beloved Lavender Latte, or go for new offerings like the Hojicha Milk and Dirty Matcha. Each uses beans from Allpress Espresso in Melbourne, which offers rich, chocolatey notes with a full-bodied flavour, making every espresso-based beverage the ideal morning or afternoon pick-me-up.

Round up the crew and visit The Bravery’s new locale for a good time this weekend.


The Bravery is now open at 50 Amoy St., Singapore 069876. More information available here.