CrazyWorld Cafe


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Just as I am about to begin on my post, I have real­ized a sort of trend in our recent win­dow posts. They are most­ly young Sin­ga­pore­ans com­ing out from their day jobs to set up their own busi­ness­es…and what we are fea­tur­ing today is no dif­fer­ent! After meet­ing with these peo­ple and lis­ten­ing to their sto­ries, I have been feel­ing rather inspired late­ly. I hope you feel the same way too.

Today, we are fea­tur­ing Crazy­World Cafe. Per­son­al­ly, I feel that it is a tad dif­fer­ent from the oth­er places which we have done though the own­ers are YOUNG like the rest. Crazy­World Cafe seems to be made up of the lit­tle pieces from the oth­er places with some plus plus fea­tures. So let’s say that if you like to read those unique quirky sto­ry­books, buy local design­ers’ mer­chan­dise, lis­ten to live band music or even sim­ply just like to eat and chill, then this is the place for you! In fact, what Crazy­World Cafe has, can be found on their web­site but allow me to tell you why I have grew a fond lik­ing of this place.

Crazy World Cafe

So Lizzy and I had an awe­some chat with the own­ers, Flo­rence and Edgar, and we had the oppor­tu­ni­ty to under­stand more about them and the cafe. They are extreme­ly down- to- earth and mod­est peo­ple who have tak­en time off to share their sto­ries with us. Appar­ent­ly, we were their last inter­view of the day but yet they still por­trayed enthu­si­asm and pas­sion through­out the process. Kudos to you all guys for enter­tain­ing our ques­tions!

Crazy World Cafe

To those who are famil­iar with May Day, an insane­ly pop­u­lar Tai­wanese band in the Man­dopop scene, the café is named after one of their songs. And obvi­ous­ly, Flo­rence and Edgar are huge fans of theirs and I guess that is their favorite song which talks about dreams and find­ing a place that one belongs. Hav­ing and believ­ing in dreams is some­thing which the cou­ple stands by strong­ly and this cafe is their shared dream.

Crazy World Cafe

Crazy World Cafe

They have big dreams for the cafe, see­ing it as a plat­form to pro­mote and push out aspir­ing singers in the local Man­darin music scene. I sup­posed this is large­ly inspired by their love of music.

Crazy World Cafe

Crazy World Cafe

Flo­rence and Edgar have a phi­los­o­phy for their cafe which I thought speaks true about them­selves and what they want to achieve. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, it is in Chi­nese and our web­site set­tings does not seemed to like it very much but I shall attempt to trans­late it any­way. My apolo­gies if the trans­la­tion does not cap­ture its true essence. Here goes:

We are not just a cafe, We are more than just a cafe.

We sell no cof­fee nor snacks, but sim­ply a feel­ing.
We wish to bring you to a place of joy,
one where dreams are made and ful­filled,
and one which allows you to step away from the world you’re liv­ing in.

We hope you will find your­self here, your real self,
the inner wild side of you.

Crazy World Cafe

Just so you know, the media launch of our Unseen/Unsaid mini series will be held in Crazy­World Cafe on the 28th of June, 2011! Find out more about it in the com­ing days.

Crazy­World Cafe
24 Tem­ple Street Sin­ga­pore 058569
http://www.crazyworldcafe.com/