The Great Mischief reopens in a chic and spacious spot in National Gallery Singapore

An artsy cafe befitting an art gallery.

The Great Mischef, once located within The Great Madras in Little India, has recently occupied a light-filled spot in National Gallery Singapore with a refreshed vibe and menu.

The cafe, which is a brand under The Black Hole Group, now sports a pastel-hued interior, complete with plush scallop chairs and terrazzo tables.

The cafe’s design is truly an interior design masterpiece, and somehow manages to strike a masterful balance between heritage and modernity just like the art gallery itself.

Here are some photos of the space:

The Great Mischief shopfront
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The Great Mischief booth seat by the window
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Pastel blue scallop chairs
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Spacious dining area in The Great Mischief
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Visually appealing light fixtures and artwork
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Barista making coffee at the bar
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Pared down menu

Whilst The Great Mischief itself has expanded into a bigger space, its menu seems to be leaner now compared to last time.

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Some new additions include the cafe’s version of a French toast and English breakfast, which are undeniably familiar cafe food.

Despite the pared down menu, some items from the old menu made it to the transition so if you loved what the cafe offered before, it might be worth a revisit to check them out.

Here are some items you can expect on the menu:

Pear In A Blanket (S$12)

Pear in a Blanket
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The Millenial (S$12)

The Millenial sandwich
Photo by The Great Mischief

Fancy French (S$14)

The Great Mischief toast
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The Grande (S$22)

The Grande
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Tea-based mocktails & other non-alcoholic drinks

On the drinks menu, there are tea-based mocktails crafted in collaboration with Gifel Tea, a local tea company.

The mocktails are predominantly on the fruity side, so if that’s your thing, you might appreciate the likes of Nero (S$15) with its concoction of passionfruit, apple and strawberry, or perhaps Arancia (S$12) which infuses melon with strawberry tea.

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Otherwise, if you prefer the finer things in life, The Great Mischief also offers zero-alcohol alternatives to wine by Australian brand NON.

  • Rosè: Salted Raspberry & Chamomile (S$12 glass / S$48 bottle)
  • White: Toasted Cinnamon & Yuzu (S$13 glass / S$48 bottle)
  • Red: Lemon Marmalade & Hibiscus (S$12 glass / S$48 bottle)

But if you just need a cuppa, the cafe offers coffee (from $3.50) and tea (from S$7) too in both hot and cold.

Check out the full menu here.


The Great Mischief

Address: National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road #01-17, Singapore 178957
Halal Status: Muslim-owned
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 6pm
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Top photos by @onericeplease.



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