If you’re looking for a new place to cure the travel bug, D’ Passport Cafe is a cafe you can consider.
Located in the west side of Singapore, D’ Passport Cafe is a Muslim-owned holiday-themed cafe that just opened during P2HA.
Inspired by popular travel destinations
As evident from the cafe’s name and interior decorations, D’ Passport Cafe is heavily inspired by popular tourist cities and destinations around the world.
The walls are decorated with wallpapers depicting vistas of beautiful places such as the Niagara Falls in Canada and Santorini in Greece.
On a side table in one corner of the dining area are a collection of travel books, sources of #travelinspo for when borders reopen.
The cafe’s white tables are also given the travel bug treatment with hand drawn paintings of iconic landmarks like the Statue of Liberty in New York, Eiffel Tower in Paris, Sydney Opera House and more.
D’ Passport Cafe mainly offers a variety of cafe nosh including waffles (S$5) and gelato (S$4.50 for 1 scoop). Two scoops will cost S$8.50, while three scoops with waffle is priced at S$17.50.
The gelato flavours available are:
- Avocado & Chocolate
- Cotton Candy Bubble Gum
- Chocolate Rocky Road
- Hokkaido Milk & Lavender
- Hazelnut Rocher
- Mint w/ Cookie & Chips
- Speculoos Biscoff
- Wild Strawberries
- Matcha Green Tea w/ Azuki Bean
- MSW Durian
- Sea Salt Gula Melaka
There is also a selection of sliced cakes like the Chocolate Rainbow Cake and Lotus Speculoos Cheesecake (S$5.80), as well as assorted cupcakes for all you sweet-toothed cafe hoppers.
Whilst the cafe seems more like a dessert place, there are also some savoury options like beef pies, baked pastas and wraps.
As we are currently in Phase 2 (HA), there would be no dine-in at the cafe. However, they still do takeouts so if you’re seeking desserts and in the area, do consider checking them out.
Top photos from @hungry.elle.sg on Instagram.