While many of the new cafes in Singapore are the hipster type opened in ‘hidden’ places, this is one brunch and pasta specialty cafe in the CBD and within a mall. When you are at Marina Bay Link Mall (basement of Marina Bay Financial Centre) and need to fuel up, head off to Infinity Café
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While many of the new cafes in Singapore are the hipster type opened in ‘hidden’ places, this is one brunch and pasta specialty cafe in the CBD and within a mall.
When you are at Marina Bay Link Mall (basement of Marina Bay Financial Centre) and need to fuel up, head off to Infinity Café for a hearty meal.
An interesting point to note is the café is opened by the same team behind Local Coffee People, WOLF, Steam and Saigon Roll.
Whether you need convenient brunch, lunch, or dinner Downtown, they got something for you to enjoy in their modern space.
In terms of brunch offerings, the café provides Spiced Shakshuka ($12), Smashed Avocado & Eggs ($16), Swiss Rosti ($18), Infinity Eggs Benny ($18), and Infinity Breakfast ($20) included with toasted brioche, parmesan potatoes, sausages, eggs, mushroom ragout, crispy bacon, spinach and rocket salad.
There is also a small selection of mains such as Red Wine Braised Beef Cheeks ($20), Ginger Spiced Grilled Salmon ($18), Baked Chicken Roulade ($18).
You can’t go wrong with pasta, the ultimate comfort food for many – plus 1-for-1 for the month of October.
Choose from meaty pastas like Beef Ragu with Smoked Bacon ($16), or seafood-centric ones like Scallops Mentaiko ($18), Clam and Anchovy ($16), Seafood Aglio Olio ($22).
If you like heady aromas, the Truffle Forest of Mushroom ($18) and Garlic Pomodoro ($12) are perfect for you. Vegetarian options include Pink Peppercorn and Parmesan ($15) and Pumpkin Ravioli ($16).
For a fiery pasta, go for their popular Spicy Crab Diablo ($18), inspired by the iconic Singapore Chilli Crab Pasta.
Using fettucine as the pasta ribbons of choice, they add fresh crab meat, garlic, purple onions, tomatoes, basil, and the ingredient that gives that local-spicy twist – sambal chilli.
The slight heat combines with the tartness of tomatoes, while sprinkles of cured egg (egg yolk cured for a week with bonito flakes) impart that mild smoky flavour.
Still on Asian flavours, the Prawn Chilli Lime ($18) is also recommended if you are looking for something Thai-inspired.
This spaghetti pasta is cooked using a mild vegetable broth, but gets a lift with the infusion of chilli, lime and kombu, a type of brown seaweed and a nutrient-packed superfood. An order gives you large pieces of prawns making it a hearty seafood meal.
Promotion: 1-For-1 Pasta
– Valid from 1 – 31 Oct 2020.
– Complimentary item must be lesser or equal in value than purchased.
– The offer is not valid in conjunction with other discounts, offers, promotions, privileges and vouchers.
8A Marina Blvd, B2-11 Marina Bay Financial Centre, Singapore 018984
Opening Hours: 10:30am – 6pm (Mon – Fri), 11am – 3pm (Sat), Closed Sun
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*This entry is brought to you in partnership with Marina Bay Link Mall and Marina Bay Financial Centre.