The island city-state of Singapore is blessed with two kosher restaurants – Awafi Restaurant (meat) in the Magen Avot community center (Jacob Ballas Centre), as well as a market (Elite Kosher Shop in the same building), and a supervised branch of Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf around the corner from the Shul, on the corner of Waterloo Street and Bras Bash (by the Manulife Center). The other Coffee Bean cafes in town are not supervised. The restaurant has has a mixed Asian - Israeli menu, have free wifi, and decent opening hours. The Coffee Bean does have a range of hot breakfast and savory foods, but the menu is not clearly displayed, so check the card which is by the checkout. We had lots of dishes there, including pasta, a panini, waffles and scones.
Food in Singapore is 99% imported as not much is produced locally. Which means that most supermarkets have a wide selection of Kosher food if you know what you're looking for.
As every country has a different Kosher stamp and often more than one, please refer to the logos below to see some of the more common ones.