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Café Brera at Reunion

Due to restoration works, the front entrances to Reunion and Café Brera will be closed until April 2025. The rear entrance to Reunion via the first floor of the museum will remain open during this period.

Relax over fresh bakes, wholesome meals and drinks at Café Brera, a new café by Bakery Brera and Fine Foods in partnership with the National Museum of Singapore. Café Brera is part of the museum’s Reunion social space, the first purpose-built social space for seniors in a local museum.

Savour some of Bakery Brera’s bestselling items: from authentic French Viennoiseries and classic European breads to new creations reflecting Singapore’s rich culinary heritage. Tuck into hearty local and international lunch sets made with fresh and wholesome ingredients, or treat yourself to a cup of tea or coffee before resuming your museum visit. Visitors may also order dysphagia-friendly food for those who have difficulties swallowing.

All images photographed by Madeni Jais

Café Brera practices inclusive hiring. A majority of their team are seniors, in line with their beliefs in empowering seniors and contributing to an inclusive society. The café collaborates with the National Museum to offer food-related programmes that encourage healthy eating, especially among seniors to support their health and well-being.

Seniors, including those living with mild cognitive impairment and dementia, can also participate in heritage-based programmes in Reunion that encourage meaningful conversations and interaction using the museum’s collection.

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Kindly note that there is a ramp access available from the Reunion social space. Please approach our friendly staff at the museum if you need assistance accessing the café.

About Bakery Brera

Bakery Brera is a leading local artisan bakery known for its social mission and community projects. It has raised funds for those in need, prepared care packages for healthcare frontliners and migrant workers during the pandemic, and practises inclusive hiring, among other initiatives. Bakery Brera’s flagship bakery at Empress Road is known for its insta-famous cruffins (a muffin-shaped croissant), which has attracted a large following in Singapore.



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