Lola’s Cafe in Kovan will close for renovations from January 30, reopening April 2023


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The popular brunch spot Lola’s Cafe will temporarily close its doors from Monday, January 30.

The original outlet in Kovan will be closed for two months for renovations, according to an Instagram post uploaded Jan. 25.

The café is expected to reopen in April 2023.

Located in the Kovan district, the cafe first opened its doors to customers in 2013.

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In the Instagram post, the company shared that it plans to celebrate its 10th anniversary with a renovation of its Kovan outlet to “enhance the Lola’s experience” and serve as an “escape” from city life.

Regulars eager to grab some of Lola’s signature grub can still patronize their second outlet in Holland Village.

The second location in Holland Village has been open for eight months since July 2022.

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It offers a similar menu of main dishes, drinks and desserts, with outlet exclusive items such as Tsukune Sando and different variations of pastas.

Lola’s Cafe is best known for its brunch sets, such as “Lola’s Breakfast” (S$19) and the “Pulled Pork and Avocado Eggs Benedict” (S$18), as well as all-day entrees, such as “Truffle Fries” (S$12) and “Honey Paprika Chicken Wings” (S$11).

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Lola’s breakfast. Image via Lola’s Cafe Instagram

Pulled Pork and Avocado Eggs Benedict. Image via Google maps/Jeffrey

Honey Paprika Chicken Wings. Image via Lola’s Cafe Instagram

Top image via Lola’s Cafe Instagram

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