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Where do you think the best bagels in Singapore are?

Bagels have become a staple brunch dish for many, and it’s easy to see why. Its chewy and hearty, and you can literally fill it with anything you like. You can go with the classic smoked salmon or something quirky like whipped cream and peaches.

Whether you like your bagels authentic New York-style, or slightly softer texture, with sweet or savoury fillings, we’ve got the best recommendations for you.

Where are the best bagels in Singapore?

1. Onalu Bagel House — best overall
2. Wooly’s Bagels — halal-certified
3. Keen’s Bagelry — Japanese flavours in a New York-style bagel
4. Two Men Bagel House
5. B for Bagel — Korean bagels
6. Beigelhaus
7. — most affordable, also halal

1. Onalu Bagel House

Deviled Spam from Onalu - Spam, Cheddar & Monterey Jack cheese, mashed deviled eggs
Deviled Spam ($9) at Onalu Bagel House

Onalu Bagel House might just have the best bagels in Singapore in terms of price and quality.

Each bagel is generously filled, and has an Asian twist to the fillings. For instance, the Deviled Spam ($9) features a thick cut of spam, the Bulgogi Beef ($12) takes a page from Korean cuisine, and the Kaya Thyme ($9) is inspired by the quintessential breakfast.

You’ll notice that the bagels here are slightly chewier than most bagels in Singapore, but that’s just how it’s done in New York.


Location: 60 Stamford Rd, #01-11, Singapore 178900
Opening hours: 9:30am-5:45pm

2. Wooly’s Bagels

Photo: Wooly’s Bagels

What sets Wooly’s Bagels apart is its unique offering of halal bagels infused with Asian flavours.

Delight your taste buds with innovative twists on classic bagel flavours, such as the fiery Szechuan Sunrise ($17.4) featuring mala-infused chicken, or the unique and flavorful Otah with Coconut Chili Mayo ($17).

In addition to the unique fillings, you can also select from five flavours of bagels: plain, cheese, garlic, sesame, and even Tuscan pizza.

Wooly’s Bagels has two locations citywide, located in Joo Chiat and Farrer Park.

Wooly’s Bagel

Location: 89 Rangoon Road, #01-03, Singapore, 218375

3. Keen’s Bagelry

Truffle Chicken Burger. Photo: Keen’s Bagelry

A New York-style bagel shop with Japanese words in their logo?

Keen’s Bagelry crosses the umami flavours of Japanese cuisine with the chewy texture of a New York bagel.

Indulge in a whole chicken leg with their Truffle Chicken Bagel ($13), featuring a satisfying piece of house-marinated oven-baked whole chicken leg, smeared with an earthy, luscious truffle mayonnaise. For a lighter bite — or perhaps, a dessert bagel after your savoury one — how about a Maple Butter Bagel ($6) or a Cream Cheese Bagel ($6.5)?

Keen’s Bagelry

Location: 12 Marina View, #02-19/20, Singapore 018961
Opening hours: 

Mon-Sat: 9:30am-3:30pm
Sunday: Closed

4. Two Men Bagel House

Bagels at Two Men Bagel House (Tanjong Pagar)

When it comes to variety, Two Men Bagel House takes the throne.

Six flavours of bagels, 14 types of spread, and 27 toppings to choose from. But if you’re not in a creative mood, feel free to choose from their menu.

On top of classics, such as the Luxe ($17) and Avobaco ($17), opt for speciality flavours such as Hogword ($17), featuring roasted pork belly and sauerkraut or Secs ($16.2) for a spicy, salty combination of longganisa sausage and spicy aioli.

Aside from its flagship store at Tanjong Pagar, Two Men Bagel House has also expanded to Novena, Joo Chiat and Holland Village. Each outlet has their own speciality bagels.

Two Men Bagel House

Location: 16 Enggor St, #01-12 Icon Village Altez, Singapore 079717
Opening hours:

5. B for Bagel

Bulgogi Bagel at B for Bagel
Bulgogi Bagel ($16.9)

Hailing from South Korea, B for Bagel offers highly intriguing Korean-inspired bagels.

Nothing screams Korean bagels like the Bulgogi Bagel ($16.9) does — packed with generous portion of sweet and savoury, juicy bulgogi beef.

Meanwhile, for a sweet bagel, we recommend the sinful Fresh Milk Cloud ($9.3), a bagel that’s packed with freshly-whipped cream.

B For Bagel

Location: 163 Tanglin Rd, B1-125,126, Singapore 247933
Opening hours: 8:30am-4:30pm

6. Beigelhaus

things to eat at tanjong pagar, bagels at baigelhaus
Photo: @janealbites / Instagram

If it’s been a tough day at work, crack yourself up with these punny bagel names at Beigelhaus, located conveniently beside Tanjong Pagar MRT station.

Beigelhaus is a Muslim-owned budget-friendly bagel spot that uses punny celebrity names for their bagels. For instance, Tuna Turner ($11.9), filled with tuna mayo and torched mentaiko, Moby Duck 2.0 ($14.9), packed with smoked duck and their signature Scarlet Jo-Hammson ($8.9), featuring their signature kombu butter spread.

You can choose from two bagel bases: plain or sesame.


Location: 144 Robinson Rd, #01-02 Robinson Square, Singapore 068908
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri: 8:30am-6pm
Saturday: 11am-8pm
Sunday: Closed


Cheapest bagels in Singapore -

These are the most affordable bagels you can find — only $3.2

The best part is? It’s halal!

Aside from its affordability and inclusivity, this takeaway bagel kiosk at Century Square has gone viral for its fluffy bagels bursting with unique flavours like Garlic Cream Cheese, Taro Pudding, and Sambal Tuna.

Alongside their array of inventive fillings, you can also get in half portions, so you can try a bunch of their flavours.

For their bagels, they also offer four different bases: multigrain, pumpkin, charcoal, and beetroot.

Location: 2 Tampines Central 5, #01-32A Century Square, Singapore 529509
Opening hours: 8:30am-9:30pm

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