Where To Pokemon Go & Chill This Week

Fill your stomach while you farm Pokeballs and catch Pokemon

Can you believe Pokemon Go has only been in our lives for a mere 10 days?! In 10 days, Singapore has seen more people visiting national monuments, parks and generally getting out of the house than ever before.

For those who just can’t get enough but can’t deal with all the running around, here are 15 cafes and restaurants that are either PokeStops (where the establishment will probably drop a lure module) or Pokemon Gyms, where you should go to catch ’em all while enjoying a cuppa and a meal.

1. Artestiq Boutique Tea House

Why: It’s a PokeStop

Sip on exclusive tea blends and nibble on delicate tea-time bites in a lush setting while trying to get that Pikachu to stay in the Pokeball — as a lady would.

Pokemon Go at Artestiq Boutique Tea House, #04-14/15 Mandarin Gallery.

2. Corner House

Why: It’s a PokeStop

Indulge in contemporary cuisine in this restaurant and bar that has been awarded 1 Michelin star and ranked 17th in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016. It’s also within Singapore Botanic Gardens, a known Pokemon hotspot with tons of PokeStops. 

Pokemon Go at Corner House, EJH Corner House, Singapore Botanic Gardens (Nassim Gate Entrance).

3. Tino’s Pizza Cafe

Why: It’s a PokeStop

Fill your stomach with homely, satisfying pizzas and pastas while filling your Pokedex.

Pokemon Go at #01-160 Tiong Bahru Plaza. 

4. Hatched

Why: It’s a PokeStop

While waiting for your 5km egg to hatch, indulge in egg-y all-day breakfasts at this beloved brunch stop.

Pokemon Go at 267 Holland Avenue, Holland Village.

5. The Rabbit Hole

Why: It’s a PokeStop

No better way to spend an evening than with a glass of gin, some crepes and some Pokemon-hunting at this gin garden bar.

Pokemon Go at 39C Harding Road.

6. Kith Cafe

Why: It’s a PokeStop

Head for a hearty lunch at this casual cafe and bistro and farm for Pokeballs at the same time.

Pokemon Go at #01-44/45 Millenia Walk.

7. Highlander @ CHIJMES

Why: It’s a PokeStop

After combing through the Pokemon-heavy CBD, fill up on Scottish fare at this chill al fresco restaurant.

Pokemon Go at #B1-05 Chijmes.

8. Sin Lee Foods

Why: It’s within a PokeStop

This prawn noodle hawker stall-turned-cafe is the perfect spot for some modern Singaporean-European comfort food and Pokemon-catching.

Pokemon Go at #01-164 Blk 4 Jalan Bukit Ho Swee.

9. Don Quijote

Why: It’s a Pokemon Gym

The comforting Spanish food served here is just what a PokeMaster needs to conquer and defend a Pokemon Gym.

Pokemon Go at #01-02 7 Dempsey Road. 

10. The Tiong Bahru Club

Why: It’s a PokeStop

Chow down on a mix of Indian, Chinese, Malay, Eurasian and Western food before you start hunting down some Pokemon.

Pokemon Go at #01-88 Blk 57 Eng Hoon Street.

11. Baja Fresh Mexican Grill

Why: It’s a PokeStop

Hold a delish burrito, taco or quesadilla in one hand and farm some Pokeballs with the other.

Pokemon Go at #01-31A The Sail.

12. Ash & Elm

Why: It’s within a Pokemon Gym

Fight to keep your team at the Pokemon Gym while enjoying the wide range of European fare — from cheeses to roast meats — at this hotel restaurant.

Pokemon Go at L1 InterContinental Singapore, 80 Middle Road.

13. Fat Boys Burger Bar

Why: It’s a PokeStop

It will be hard to hold a huge burger while catching Pokemon, but nothing is impossible for a PokeMaster. Things will get messy. 

Pokemon Go at 187 Upper Thomson Road.

14. No Signboard Seafood

Why: It’s a PokeStop

Gather your Pokemon Go-playing family members and head down for some Chilli Crab and the chance to catch a Krabby at this beloved seafood restaurant. 

Pokemon Go at 414 Geylang Road.

15. Toby’s Estate

Why: It’s a PokeStop

Get your morning caffeine- and Pokemon-fix at this comfy cafe.

Pokemon Go at #01-03/04 8 Rodyk Street.

For more on Pokemon Go, check out 10 Fashion Must-Haves Every Pokemon Go Player Needs or 3 Beauty Essentials You Need While Pokémon Hunting. For more on Living, head here.

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