Cafe Margaret: Korean Cubepie, Other Desserts & Coffee

Cafe Margaret: Korean Cubepie, Other Desserts & Coffee
Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Telegram for the latest updates.

For those who are in the mood for desserts and coffee, Cafe Margaret is a cute new place at Bali Lane with aesthetically-pleasing Korean Cubepies that you can check out. 

Cafe Margaret is a casual and homely bakery cafe that specialises in pastries and beverages. The brand originates from Seoul, South Korea, where it is located at Seongmisan-ro, around the Hongdae area of the city.


Cafe Margaret: Dessert & Coffee 

Cafe Margaret at Bali Lane

In Singapore, Cafe Margaret occupies a two-storey shophouse along Bali Lane, behind Haji Lane. 


HOLIDAY CAMPS: Discover Exciting Camps & Workshops for the March Holidays

SO MARCH FUN: Get Amazing Ideas for the March School Holidays 2024

-- Story continues below --

Margaret Dessert Cafe

The first floor is where the baked goods are displayed and where you can place your order. 

The second floor is the seating area.

Find a seat first before placing your order downstairs if you are planning on dining in. Seats are limited and there is a sign requesting that diners don’t spend too long occupying the tables during busy periods as it prevents others from also dining in. 

The ambiance at Cafe Margaret reminds use of a beach cottage. Even though we know it is a Korean-style cafe, we couldn’t help but feel it also had some Aussie vibes too. 

The place feels bright and airy, making it very welcoming. 


Cubepies, Cookies & Pound Cake

On the menu are a variety of baked goods.

Cubepies, Cookies & Pound Cake

The signature item at Cafe Margaret is the Cubepie. This is a laminated pastry with 72 layers of thin, flaky pastries. Inside the buttery block are different fillings. 

Varieties include the Match Cream Cubepie ($8.30) and the “Best” labelled Injeolmi Cubepie ($8.30). Cut into them and you’ll find generous fillings makes you feel as if you have just bitten into a luscious cream puff.   

Peanut Butter Cookie

Another stand out item that we tried at Cafe Margaret was the Peanut Butter Cookie ($4.90). These soft cookies were filled with peanut butter – perfect to include a sweet tooth. As an added bonus, the Peanut Butter Cookies come with a cute googley-eyed face on the top.   

Other baked goods at Cafe Margaret include include the pound cakes ($7.50) which have been baked in a bundt cake container for a distinctive shape and appearance.

Drinks at Cafe Margaret Singapore

Coffees start from $5.20 for an Americano Classico. You can choose to get it hot, or opt for the Ice Americano if you want to imagine you are in Seoul on a cafe-hopping expeditiion.  


Visiting Cafe Margaret

Cafe Margaret: Dessert & Coffee 

You can pay a visit to Cafe Margaret at 32 Bali Lane, Singapore 189868
Opening Hours: 10 am to 8pm, Mondays to Sundays. Last order at 7 pm.
Website

If you enjoyed reading about Cafe Margaret, check out this story about a hidden cafe at Clarke Quay.


HOLIDAY CAMPS: Discover Exciting Camps & Workshops for the March Holidays

SO MARCH FUN: Get Amazing Ideas for the March School Holidays 2024

MORE STORIES: Little India, Bird Paradise and High Tea in Singapore

Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Telegram for the latest updates.