Greyhound Cafe Singapore, A Popular Cafe In Bangkok, Now At Paragon – Orchard, Singapore

I heard a lot about Greyhound Cafe before Greyhound Cafe Singapore is at Paragon. Though they originated from Bangkok, I spotted them in Hong Kong too. A pity, I didn’t get to try them out. As such, when I knew that they set foot in Paragon, I was keen to try.


Interior was almost entirely black. Looking chic and hip, certainly attracts.


Greyhound Cafe Singapore At Paragon - Counter view


Browsing through the endless menu, excite me. Greyhound Cafe Singapore doesn’t only serve Thai cafe food, but also Western dishes. Some of them incorporated Thai ingredients and elements. I spotted many mouthwatering items. 


Greyhound Cafe Singapore At Paragon - Spaghetti with Thai Anchovy ($25)


Greyhound Cafe Singapore At Paragon - Angel Hair Pasta


Spaghetti with Thai Anchovy ($25) is one of Greyhound Cafe Signature item. Though it is a tomato based sauce which I usually avoid, I actually enjoyed it. Perhaps due to the Thai Anchovy and basil cum pepper that elevated the boring tomato sauce. However, it got quite salty towards the end.


Greyhound Cafe Singapore At Paragon - Tub Tim Krob Greyhound Style ($9)


Greyhound Cafe Singapore At Paragon - Red Ruby and Coconut meat


Tub Tim Krob Greyhound Style ($9) is another recommended item on the menu. But I was disappointed with this. As the waterchestnut isn’t as crunchy as it should. In addition, it was cloying sweet for me.


Greyhound Cafe Singapore At Paragon - Poison tea ($8)


At Greyhound Cafe Singapore, they offered as much drinks as they do for food. Some of the drinks sounded interesting. Of course, diners will find the highly popular Thai-styled drinks such as Lemongrass Drink ($8.50 – iced/$7.50 – hot), Thai Iced Coffee ($8.50) and Thai Iced Tea ($8.50). I got a intensed purple-coloured Poison Tea ($8). This tea is a blend of Butterfly Pea & Stevia tea. Indeed look and even tasted like poison. It was awfully bitter. Having it with honey would be a wiser choice. If you prefer to see the cameleon in action, opt for the Camelon Tea ($8). It is the posion tea with lime.



NAHMJ Verdict


One trip to Greyhound Cafe Singapore isn’t conclusive. Since there are so many food on the menu to try out before providing the final verdict. Nonetheless, for now, I have a good impression.




Greyhound Cafe Singapore

290 Orchard Road #01-25/25A, Singapore 238859
Tel: +65 6235 4078



Opening Hours


Daily  1100 to 2200


Getting There



  • North-South line – Orchard or Somerset station


By Bus:

  • Opp Ngee Ann City along Orchard Boulevard   14, 14e, 124, 128, 143, 162, 162M, 167, 171, 190, 700, 700A
  • National Youth Council along Grange Road   7, 14, 16, 36, 65, 77, 106, 111, 123, 174, 174e, 175, 971E
  • Lucky Plaza along Orchard Road   7, 14, 14e, 16, 65, 106, 111, 123, 175, 502, 502A
  • Opp Mandarin Orchard along Orchard Road   36, 77, 124, 128, 143, 162, 162M, 171, 174, 174e, 190, 518, 700, 700A, 971E


Rating: 7.5/10