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Tanjong Pagar MRT (EW15): Exit G; Bus (B05189): 61, 166 and 197; continue reading
All Branches (7)
Telephone
9797 0648
Introduction
Opened in 1999 as a cosy cafe hidden within Projectshop clothing store, PS. Cafe’s charming and understated interior quickly gained a following for its hearty takes on savoury cafe classics, truffle shoestring fries and indulgent cakes, puddings and tarts. Thoughtfully detailed interiors, lush surroundings, friendly relaxed service and generous portions have made this homegrown Singapore brand an internationally recognized local favourite. A popular cafe chain for brunches and lazy afternoon teas, romantic dates and friendly celebrations in beautiful surroundings. continue reading
Good For
Brunch
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 00:00
Mon - Wed
11:30 - 23:00
Thu
11:30 - 00:00
Fri
11:30 - 01:00
Sat
09:30 - 01:00
Sun
09:30 - 23:00
*First Thursday of the month, Eve of PH : Open till 1.00am
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Chill-out
Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Delivery Details
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://www.pscafe.sg
Signature Dishes
Double Chocolate Blackout Cake Fish Croquette Benedict PS. Truffle Shoestring Fries
Review (9)
Level4 2013-08-23
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Oh i’ve heard so much about PS Cafe, and it’s been around for years! but I only finally got the chance to try it now and I’m so glad that I did!!!! It was awesome I went to the branch at ann siang hill, and i have to say that it has a really lovely ambience. tucked away in a corner, up a flight of stairs, and there is a very rustic, victorian-feel about the place. it was quite empty when we were there on an early sunday morning, just a few tables occupied, all ang-mohs. you feel as though you’re overseas, except that when you look out, you can admire the beautiful skyline of the CBD.i’ve heard about their truffle shoestring fries ($15). and i’ve never had much experience with truffle fries, but i’ve never been that impressed with those i’ve tried so far. UNTIL THIS. listen up, PS Cafe’s truffle fries are LEGENDARY. they are just simply darn awesome!!!! i have no words i can use to express this. when it came to the table, the whoosh of the smell of truffles just hit me. and the fries are coated in a lovely aroma of truffle essence, with grated parmesan cheese that further embodies the truffle flavour. and each piece of the fries is just super crisp and a delight to eat.the strawberry pancakes ($23) were, i felt, nothing very spectacular. it was a generous stack of homely fluffy pancakes though i liked how they were not done in a “perfect” polished way, but rather, looked like they had been tossed together rather artistically. and the strawberries were inside the pancake batter! interesting they came with whipped cream, maple syrup and poached berries (which were super sweet!!!!)I had the chorizo and eggs ($28). Loved how fragrant the sausage was – it went beautifully with the toasted sourdough, mushrooms, avocado and eggs. you can choose to have the eggs poached/scrambled/fried.the steak sandwich ($29) was a whopper of a burger! and it was goooood. it was one of their specials, so it isnt on the menu. there were so many layers of things, can’t figure out what it was. but the beef was really tender. beautifully done and it came with more fries! just normal shoestring fries, which was still yummy love this place, love the ambience. Definitely recommended for dates! ;)For full review and more photos, please visit http://thelittlemomentsofmylife.blogspot.com/ continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-28
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After watching many cooking shows online, I was delighted to know that P.S cafe served this Pineapple Meringue Pie! As you walk into the restaurant, you're greeted with this soft touch of classical music and beautiful flower arrangements jumps out from everywhere. If this is not the life of the high-fliers, I don't know what is. Visited the washroom and I was surprised but this HUGE bouquet of flower arrangement which took up almost 3/4 of the mirror infront of me which I thought was funny. Also, while walking towards our seat, a long row of pretty cakes greeted us and was totally taunting me to try them all!The place has this really rustic feel to it and during the odd hours, there was hardly anyone there on a weekday and so my company and I had the whole of the second floor to ourselves. We ordered this Pineapple Meringue Pie served with vanilla ice cream ($14) The taste didn't really stick with me although you could taste the pineapple really strongly. After recalling how difficult it is to make this meringue, I decided to savour it slowly. Considering the price, I don't think I would want to try this one anymore. I will definitely want to go back to try their sticky date pudding which the waitress recommended as the favorite of many customers. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-26
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A lunch date with my hubby , we ordered the following : Living lettuce house salad – Unique blend of fresh crunchy lettuce, apples , walnuts and rarely seen lentil sprouts drizzled with appetizing kumquat vinaigrette. Optionally to make it more refreshing and healthy, you can put in a few drops of lemon splash on top.Portobello mushroom with truffle oil and water cress was our choice of soup , the combination was surprisingly interesting as with soup being mellow, the truffle oil made it more full bodied.Rotisserie chicken with mash potato and salad -Crispy chicken with the subtle aroma of wine , and lots of herbs and spices (paprika taste was quite strong) tasted really tender and easily sliced apart with fork and knife. I opted mash potatoes which was creamy and velvety, and salad as sides.Miso cod – This one was my favourite, the fish is very fresh, light tasting , and yet with the subtle charring added another bitter texture to the dish. Integrated into a sweet pumpkin that is roasted well golden, but a sloppy dark eggplant draped ontop of it kinda ruined the visual appeal for me.Sticky dates pudding with toffee sauce – Warm and dense pudding naturally melting the icecream balanced on top, looks interestingly like an octopus clinging to a rock. Toffee sauce was really sweet and thick, what I like to do is take a few spoonfuls and give the “octopus” a bath. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-04
28 views
Truffle fries seem to be a craze amongst Singaporeans foodies. My friend recommended P.S. Cafe's truffle fries so I tried it for myself. The verdict? Excellent. The fries were fantastically crispy and not the least soggy. It also did not taste too oily. This is a major plus point. As for the truffles itself, they were rather generous with the truffles (for its price, it better be) and the taste complemented the crispy fries well. continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-30
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Done with brunch and now it's time for desserts. These mega monstrous sized desserts make one sin. The sin of gluttony. But I gladly indulge. For it's not every Sunday that's a girlfriend day out. We decided to depart from the usual carrot cake and sticky date pudding (everytime.allthetime) and made orders for a coconut raisin bread pudding and a caramel banana cake.These came as if they were castles surrounded and drowned in the moat of sauce. While I do profess I like my dessert with ample dressing, this was dessert suicide. Next time, we'll be sure to ask for sauce on the side. Vanilla and caramel sauce. Both were saccharine sweet. You'd be none the wiser after having both.The taste of coconut was subtle but ever present in the bread pudding. And that little coconut puff on top? Me like! I wish for some burnt crusty edges and more raisins though. continue reading
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