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One Good Trade Cafe is a social networking platform for traders & investors. Come enjoy great coffee with like-minded people or chill with a beer, wine or cocktail with bar bites and all-day dining.

Our Outlet, being situated along Jalan Besar and feeling nostalgic, we thought to share a bit of this place. Jalan Besar simply means "big road" in Malay and ranks as one of the first roads to be built in Singapore, during the 19th century era of Sir Stamford Raffles. If you look at the street names in the Jalan Besar area, many bear the names of World War I British generals and admirals and two French generals: Allenby, Kitchener, French, Maude, Jellicoe, Tyrwhitt, Foch, Sturdee, Beatty and Petain. The names of battlegrounds such as Flanders, Somme and Verdon are also reflected. Most of those roads were cut from the 1920s onwards when the then-swampland was filled in with incinerator ash from Singapore's first incinerator built in the vicinity of today's Syed Alwi Road. From 1926, the Municipal Council decided to name the newly-opened roads after personalities and battle-sites of the European conflict so as to remind the then-colony of Singapore of the conflicts in Europe. Jalan Besar is also home to one of the most famous Singapore landmarks, Little India, which sprawls over the major roads of Serangoon Road, Jalan Besar and side roads like Race Course Road, Dunlop Street, Owen Road, Rangoon Road, Kitchener Road and places like Tekka Market, Cambridge Market and Jalan Berseh Food Centre.

Restaurant Note

Please note that for Phase 2, social distancing measures are still in place, and restaurant dine-in reservations are limited to a maximum of 5 persons per table.

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One Good Trade Cafe

  • 387 Jln Besar | Map
  • +65 69720072

Restaurant Details

  • Monday - Saturday: 10am - 10pm
    Sunday: Closed
  • Casual

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