The name Little Rogue Coffee is inspired by the cheekiness of the owners’ children. You’ll find a spacious play area set up in the middle of the cafe, where parents can enjoy their food and coffee while being able to keep a watchful eye on the kids.
Wanting to set themselves apart from the typical cafe fare, Little Rogue Coffee serves up all-day brunch dishes such as Soft Scrambled Eggs & Ikura (SG$14), LRC Breakfast Patatas Bravas (SG$14) Sourdough Cheese Toasties (SG$16), and more. Mains include Kpop Chicken Burger (SG$23), Spicy Soubise Rigatoni Pasta (SG$24) and Bacon Wrapped Prawns Risotto (SG$25). Not forgetting the kids’ menu with dishes such as Mac & Cheese (SG$10) Chicken Noodle Soup (SG$10) and Green Pesto Fusilli (SG$8).
For coffee enthusiasts, Little Rogue Coffee procures its beans from Melbourne’s famous Proud Mary by Ballad of Anna May. The rich coffee aroma will whisk you away to carefree days in the chic Australian city. There are other drinks on the menu too, including Babycino (SG$4.50) for kids, Bottled Kombucha (from SG$10), and Pandan Hojicha (from SG$7).
Little Rogue Coffee is the perfect laid-back joint to while away the weekends with some good coffee and grub. There’s also a small outdoor sitting area with camp chairs to accommodate cafe-goers with pets, and a bicycle parking space within the cafe if you’re planning to visit Little Rogue Coffee as a pit stop on your cycling trail.
We love the emphasis on the play area that is big enough to fit a play kitchen, a playhouse, and a variety of toys to keep the kids entertained. There’s a wide range of food items on the menu so you can try out different dishes on each visit.
Families looking for a chill weekend brunch spot; coffee lovers needing a new cuppa joint.
Little Rogue Coffee also has vegan options and an array of pastries to have with your coffee, check out the menu for more information!
Opening hours are from 8.30am to 6pm. Closed every Tuesday.
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