Kafe Samsa in Singapore (CLOSED)

Kafe Samsa in Singapore operates within the Central Area, at 70 Telok Ayer Street. (UPDATE 2024: THE OUTLET HAS CLOSED)

A concept created by The Nomads, the outlet, named after “samsa” pastry, popular in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan, is a relaxed cafe by day, transforming into an exciting wine bar by night.

Kafe Samsa in Singapore.

With decor and menu inspired by the historical Silk Road trade route connecting the East and West, visiting the place, you can experience flavours from some of the less explored culinary regions of Central Asia.

Green Adjika Chicken Shaslik - Kafe Samsa in Singapore.

Green Adjika Chicken Shaslik.

Highlights in the cafe & bar food menu include, beyond the signature samsa pastries in various flavours (chicken, beef, lamb, apple, mushroom & lentil), the likes of The Nomads Hunter’s Pie (spiced rib fingers stew with hummus mash), Green Adjika Chicken Shaslik, as well as Medovik Honey Cake.

Medovik Honey Cake - Kafe Samsa in Singapore.

Medovik Honey Cake.

Kafe Samsa in Singapore (UPDATE 2024: THE OUTLET HAS CLOSED)
70 Telok Ayer Street, #01-01 (within The Nomads)
Singapore 048462
Opening Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12noon-3pm, 6pm-10:30pm

One of the best ways to learn more about Kafe Samsa in Singapore is their official Facebook page at facebook.com/kafesamsa/.

Following the Facebook channel, you’ll receive updates related to the menu changes, promotions, events, and more.