At D'Life, from the wallpapers to cushions to the design materials used, you'll find a delightful surprise no matter which corner you choose to sit at. It is a “homely” cafe as well as one of the “hippest” vegetarian café that I had been to so far. It’s concept of interior design is of the feminine industrial type, where the fabrics, plants, wallpaper designs and turquoise tones are used to soften the overall coldness of the blacks and metals yet creating a pleasant contrast to the overall feel of the cafe. (Read more about Cafes in the west Singapore)
This cafe has an extensive 'zhi-char' menu and is strategically located near the Commonwealth Market in the midst of a lower income community. Their aim is really to serve the masses from the young to the old. They draw a good crowd of teenagers, working adults and fellow vegetarians looking not just for a warm, cosy environment to hang out but also people who are serious about their diet.
You will definitely want to drop by and check out this unique vegetarian cafe that serves food at very affordable prices. Also on their menu is a good selection of up to ten cakes during the weekends. I tried some cakes and coffee and they are pretty decent.
118 Commonwealth Crescent #01-29 Singapore 140118
Tel: +65 6635 7282
Mon - Fri: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sat - Sun: 8:00 am - 10:00 pm
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