After a two year break, The Great Mischief reopened its doors in an iconic new location last September. Indeed, National Gallery Singapore now hosts its first Halal café, curated by the renowned Black Hole Group.
The huge new space mixes heritage and modernism. Think a dreamy pastel interior, boasting marble tables, booths, comfy couches, plenty of natural light and plants to further heighten the Catalan Spanish food experience. Undoubtably, the booths are the best seats in the house because they present views of Marina Bay Sands and beyond.
Of course, the interior is just the beginning because the food is as heavenly. Wonderfully, the café takes influence from Catalan cuisine. Expect the most refreshing breakfast and brunches, along with tapas, evening dinners and more.
Particularly, brunches are popular here. For example, highlights include The Grande, which is a belly-filling breakfast platter, as well as Fancy French, a mouthwatering brioche toast smothered in sweet and fruity goodness.
Other menu highlights include tapas like Pear In A Blanket, which is a sweet pear crepe, patatas bravas, croquettes, mains like pastas, seafood paella and roasted chicken…the list is endless.
Additionally, the luxurious drinks menu is filled with traditional sangrias, tea-based mocktails, wine, hearty coffees, to name a few. Likewise, don’t forget to try a Catalan-inspired dessert such as custard orange cinnamon rolls or churros.
Certainly, The Great Mischief is the perfect place for a meal after exploring National Gallery. Likewise, it’s one of the latest instagrammable cafés in Singapore. For more information, visit The Great Mischief website.