This Minimalist Cafe is So Instagram-Worthy, You’ll Go Back Ten Times Just for New Likes

If you think minimalism and cafes aren’t good friends, then you need to see this.

Decked in full white, this cafe took a minimalist interior approach; simple, clean, white and sufficient natural lighting in the daytime.

And because of that, minimalism has become Instagram-worthy.

Boufe Boutique Cafe

Image: www.misstamchiak.com

Located in Tanglin Road, this cafe isn’t just all about Instagram. Is your sweet tooth acting up again? No problem, their cakes will be able to satisfy your cravings. Some of their signature cakes includes the mini unicorn cake, and their milky way cake which costs $9 and below. 

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Look at their mini unicorn cake! Seriously, how does one bear to eat such an adorable cake?

Image: www.boufesg.com

Ah, the milky way cake. If you’re an absolute lover of astronomy, you’ll love anything related to it. Which includes this milky way cake. 

They also have whole cakes that are ideal for birthdays and parties. Want a chio-looking cake to impress your friends on your 21st birthday? Here is the place for you! 

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Listed as one of the 20 best cafes in both 2015 and 2016, this is a cafe that is worth visiting! Cafe hoping isn’t dead yet, yo!

Address: 308 Tanglin Road, #01-01, Phoenix Park 

Opening hours: 
Mon- Fri: 8AM – 7PM
Sat – Sun: 9AM – 7PM 

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This article was first published on Goodyfeed.com

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Featured Image: misstamchiak.com and boufesg.com

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Vanessa Ong

Vanessa Ong

An eighteen-year-old girl who is fond of words and the wonders of the world. Perpetually lost in her own thoughts, easily excitable and appreciates a great deal of humour.
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