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We had been meaning to drop by Riders Cafe for the longest time but somehow never managed to get to it until one overcast Saturday morning when we decided to go off the beaten track. The Place Located at the Bukit Timah Saddle Club in a charming colonial style building, Riders Cafe boasts great ventilation and views of a field and horses (sometimes - not to mention the smells too). Which is great if the weather is cooling (not too common in Singapore though) and you enjoy dining alfresco. The
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We had been meaning to drop by Riders Cafe for the longest time but somehow never managed to get to it until one overcast Saturday morning when we decided to go off the beaten track.

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The Place

Located at the Bukit Timah Saddle Club in a charming colonial style building, Riders Cafe boasts great ventilation and views of a field and horses (sometimes - not to mention the smells too). Which is great if the weather is cooling (not too common in Singapore though) and you enjoy dining alfresco. The place is a constant buzz so reservations are advisable (I witnessed a few people being turned away without one).

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Fried Chicken BLT

The chicken patty was well marinated with spices and came across as mildly sweet but not too dry. Topped with coleslaw, rather weak kimchi mayonnaise and sandwiched between two rather insipid buns. Still palatable though.

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Riders Burger

I opted for the works; added mushrooms, bacon rashers and an egg. The Angus beef patty had bits of fat in it which made for a nice chewy texture. However the bovine flavours were a little muted and the bacon, a little limp. I liked the smooth creaminess the egg yolk provided though; a sort of gooey glue that brought everything together. Buns needed more butter and time on the grill in my humble opinion. Decent burger overall but no great shakes.

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Death By Chocolate Cake

This was very sinful and oh so good (I'm definitely biased). A luscious slice of moist chocolate cake slathered with mildly viscous chocolate sauce and served with a scoop of ice cream. Watch out for the sweetness overload though.

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Salted Caramel Brioche

Salted caramel brioche topped with a scoop of vanilla (not vanilla bean) ice cream and honeycomb. I liked the flavours; salty yet sweet. Unfortunately the brioche was rather inconsistent in texture - some were crisp while others came across as limp and stodgy. A bigger scoop of ice cream would also have been appreciated as towards the end, the brioche got a little too salty and there was no ice cream left to "dilute" it. Still a decent dessert nonetheless.

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Our bill came up to ~$74 for 2 burgers and 2 desserts which isn't too expensive but food quality in general hovered a notch above average at best and service, though proficient enough, didn't seem quite friendly. The place is nice but given Singapore's humid weather most of the time, ambience alone isn't a big enough draw for me to return.

Final Verdict:

Ambience: 7/10
Service: 6.5/10
Food: 6.5/10
Value for money: 6/10

Overall: 6.5/10

Address: 51 Fairways Drive

Contact: 6466 9819

Opening Hours:

Sunday – Thursday 8am – 9pm
Friday & Saturday 8am - 10pm
Closed on Monday

Website: http://www.riderscafe.sg/
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For pictures and full review, pls visit:http://madamechewy.com/2015/08/22/riders-cafe/Concealed somewhere behind the lush greenery in Bukit Timah, Riders Cafe is thriving despite its inaccessibility. The cafe’s location is unique, situated among the facilities of a saddle club. In hopes of catching a glimpse of a pony, we requested for a table along the balcony, however after a few minutes the heat was too unbearable, so we moved.I love cafes but due to space constraints; most cafes in Singapore
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Concealed somewhere behind the lush greenery in Bukit Timah, Riders Cafe is thriving despite its inaccessibility. The cafe’s location is unique, situated among the facilities of a saddle club. In hopes of catching a glimpse of a pony, we requested for a table along the balcony, however after a few minutes the heat was too unbearable, so we moved.
I love cafes but due to space constraints; most cafes in Singapore are too cramped and uncomfortable. Rider’s Café is spacious, however, rather noisy, so after a while we gave up talking as it was too tiring to raise our voices all the time. As Riders Café is not air-conditioned, do dress light.
The aroma of the Chilli Lime Fried Squid ($13) with dill tartar hit our senses before it reached our table. However, its batter was not evenly coated, and wasn’t as crisps as we’d have liked. Not the best but not the worst fried squid I’ve tried but for $13, one would have expected better execution and a bigger portion.
Prepared with roasted sweet peppers, the Cheese and Forest Mushroom Omelette ($15) was moist and luscious, but taste-wise underwhelming and one-dimensional. I had hopes that the spuds could save the day but alas the potato hash was too dry.
Fried Chicken BLT ($17) fared much better. It’s constructed with well-marinated and perfectly fried chicken, savory bacon and purple slaw sandwiched between sesame buns, with kimchi mayonnaise to cut through the oiliness. The accompanying fries could have been better with a drizzle of truffle oil but they were nevertheless satisfying with a sweet chilli dip (you’ve to request for it). Super comfort food I must say.
This was what attracted me to Riders Café; was practically drooling at the monitor when I read the menu description. The Salted Caramel Brioche ($12) comes with crumbled honeycomb, butterscotch and vanilla ice cream. What a beautiful mess! It started off being superb. The toasted brioche soaked up a little ice cream and salted caramel sauce-the crumbly texture and combination of sweet and salty was irresistible! The homemade honeycomb was spot on- neither overly sweet nor hard. As we chowed along however, the dessert gets overwhelming saccharine as there was insufficient vanilla ice cream for balance.
Other dessert options (all made in-house) include Freshly Baked tea Scone ($9), Death by Chocolate Cake ($13) and Pound Cake Cinnamon Churros ($10).
Hits and misses with the food, but Riders Café’s one-of-a-kind ambiance and excellent service made up for it. As the venue is popular brunch spot during weekends, reservations are recommended to avoid disappointment. Brunch is available on weekends from 8am to 9pm.
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2014-12-12 86 views
For more reviews, please visit www.umakemehungry.comFinally, I can have Riders Cafe strike off from my "To Visit" list afterall it had been sitting there for quite sometime.Hidden behind the lush greenery of Bukit Timah, Riders Cafe is located at a unique venue in Singapore. They serve contemporary meals in a casual, lay back and relaxing environment.The first step into the restaurant and I was engulfed by the strong smell from the outfields - smell of horse manure though it was not that strong
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Finally, I can have Riders Cafe strike off from my "To Visit" list afterall it had been sitting there for quite sometime.
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Hidden behind the lush greenery of Bukit Timah, Riders Cafe is located at a unique venue in Singapore. They serve contemporary meals in a casual, lay back and relaxing environment.
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The first step into the restaurant and I was engulfed by the strong smell from the outfields - smell of horse manure though it was not that strong to my dining partner.
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Settings was very simple, English style and the entrance to the restaurant was guarded by a big gate.
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Too bad that I went on a rainy day, the horses were all back in their comfy stables and I didnt have chance to sit by the side of the dining area to have a good view of the fields.
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The Boston Iced Tea was refreshing with fresh fruits like raspberries, cranberries placed into the drink.
Boston Iced Tea - $6.50
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After suprise on the taste buds with creamy peanut butter with Jelly and quite filling to the stomach. Perhaps this drink goes well if you are planning to have a light meal.
Peanut Butter Jelly Shake - $7.50
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We started off with some Fried Chicken Taco as starters. The fried chicken had a very strong fragrance, infused with herbs. It was supported with avocado slices, purple slaw and Sriacha Mayonnaise.
Fried Chicken Taco - $15
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Whipped out from the kitchen with pan seared Hokkaido scallops, big and juicy as well as broccoli. The level of cream was well balanced with the truffle infused risotto and was yummy.
Scallop Risotto - $26
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Riders Burger come with rocket, brie, relish, bacon, onion and seasoned fries. Wellness of the beef patty is decided by the diner and we had it medium well done. It was thick and juicy and the cripsy bacon had complimented it. Top of the toasted buns came with distinctive black sesame seeds and was fragrant.
Riders Burger - $19
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Food was great and the environment was complemented by its friendly service crews. Rider Cafe is quite inaccessible due to its location, however, to avoid disappointment it is best to do a reservation before making a trip down there.

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Ordered the chorizo egg wrap which was a tad too salty. The french toast with banana was good though. Chai latte was a little bland but the peanut butter jelly milkshake was yummy! Ordered scones which were huge and we couldnt finish it in the end. Enjoyed seeing the horses prancing around but the occassional smell of horse poo was a little distracting
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Ordered the chorizo egg wrap which was a tad too salty. The french toast with banana was good though. Chai latte was a little bland but the peanut butter jelly milkshake was yummy! Ordered scones which were huge and we couldnt finish it in the end. Enjoyed seeing the horses prancing around but the occassional smell of horse poo was a little distracting
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Ordered the Peanut Butter Jelly Milkshake to share. Peanut butter wasn't overpowering but the jelly made the drink a little sour. I thought the drink was average but boyfr loved it.Ordered one main, Blackstone Benedict, to share. Thank goodness, the yolks of the poached eggs were runny else we would have to exchange it. Read reviews saying that their poached eggs were overcooked and we saw one lady who exchanged hers that morning. Especially love the Sourdough!!!!And how could one possibly miss
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Ordered the Peanut Butter Jelly Milkshake to share. Peanut butter wasn't overpowering but the jelly made the drink a little sour. I thought the drink was average but boyfr loved it.

Ordered one main, Blackstone Benedict, to share. Thank goodness, the yolks of the poached eggs were runny else we would have to exchange it. Read reviews saying that their poached eggs were overcooked and we saw one lady who exchanged hers that morning. Especially love the Sourdough!!!!

And how could one possibly miss this?

Their Death by Chocolate Cake, with really rich chocolate ganache and a scoop of vanilla ice cream. We shared this and we really couldn't stand the sweetness towards the end of this dessert. It's nice but too much for 2 people imo, maybe 3 would be good. And coming from a person who doesn't like chocolate, this must be pretty up there already.

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2014-02-22 55 views
I have been wanting to visit Riders Cafe for a while, but somehow because of the inconvenience of the location and the lack of companion who actually wanted to travel all the way there, I waited patiently. My desire was fulfilled when Priscilla* agreed to go.This is an overview of the quaint little restaurant situated at the edge of bukit Timah area - a longhouse at the Bukit Timah Saddle Club. There is no air-conditioning for this dining haven - an indoors area with old-fashioned ceiling fans,
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I have been wanting to visit Riders Cafe for a while, but somehow because of the inconvenience of the location and the lack of companion who actually wanted to travel all the way there, I waited patiently. My desire was fulfilled when Priscilla* agreed to go.

This is an overview of the quaint little restaurant situated at the edge of bukit Timah area - a longhouse at the Bukit Timah Saddle Club. There is no air-conditioning for this dining haven - an indoors area with old-fashioned ceiling fans, elegantly-simplistic interior design and a verandah where we sat. The exquisite design of this place actually exuded a kind of old world charm yet at the same time, very comforting atmosphere, perfect for brunch with family or friends.

Curious about its "delicious contemporary comfort food", we got the chore of ordering out of the way pretty fast. It was a pity we were a little late for brunch, so we chose from the a la carte menu instead.

I had a Saffron Risotto & Seared Hokkaido Scallops with Baby Broccoli - a delicious rice dish cooked slowly with melted cream cheese sauce and very tasty, very succulent scallops that bounced into the mouth literally. The dish was delicious on its own, and even though they used saffron rice in place of arborio rice, the longer grains actually gave the dish a rather refreshing taste.

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2014-02-08 37 views
Riders Cafe is one of the earlier brunch spots which was so popular that reservations have to be placed in advance. Fortunately and coincidentally, there was a table cancellation when I called on the previous day of visit and so we did not have much problems securing seats. The usual brunch suspects were delicious and certainly lived up to the predominantly positive comments that were aplenty in the media or online community. Brioche French Toast with Fresh Berries and Vanilla Mascarpone $14 are
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Riders Cafe is one of the earlier brunch spots which was so popular that reservations have to be placed in advance. Fortunately and coincidentally, there was a table cancellation when I called on the previous day of visit and so we did not have much problems securing seats.

The usual brunch suspects were delicious and certainly lived up to the predominantly positive comments that were aplenty in the media or online community.
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Brioche French Toast with Fresh Berries and Vanilla Mascarpone $14 are great for those who like to start the day on a sweet note. The alternative french toast option comes with maple butter, smoked bacon and burnt bananas.
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Unlike "The Usual" ($16), Black stone Benedict ($15) comes with the extra hollandaise sauce on poached eggs and crispy bacon instead of bangers and mushrooms.To me, hollandaise sauce is the supporting cast that makes the leading cast (soft poached eggs with bursting egg yolk) shine.
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I had been tempted all along to challenge the Death by Chocolate Cake with Vanilla Ice cream $12 but I was disillusioned eventually. This won by quantity and not quality. The chocolate ganache was not velvety and stood unmoving like a rubbery coating. There was not much contrast in the taste because everything from the cake to the ice cream was cloyingly sweet.
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Instead, the Salted Caramel Cheesecake with Crumbled Honeycomb $8 would attract one to take a second bite or even more. The cheesecake itself tasted as natural as it could get, without too much sugar added. Would be ideal if there is more of the salted caramel frosting.

Special items of the day are written on the black board. Even though many other brunch spots and cafe have sprouted incessantly in Singapore, Riders Cafe is a good option for brunch or even dinner with the accompaniment of horses. But the location is only convenient if you can find your way there in a car or by a taxi.

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Specially traveled down to bukit timah and walked all the way in to the saddle club just to have brunch on a saturday morning! And as usual, we had to wait for a short while because I always can't get through their reservation number.My boyfriend decided to go with the Blackstone benedict ($16) which I felt was rather mediocre but definitely suitable for people who love bacon! Once again, I ordered my all time favourite Pacific Benedict ($16)! It's not just like any normal eggs benedict because
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Specially traveled down to bukit timah and walked all the way in to the saddle club just to have brunch on a saturday morning! And as usual, we had to wait for a short while because I always can't get through their reservation number.
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My boyfriend decided to go with the Blackstone benedict ($16) which I felt was rather mediocre but definitely suitable for people who love bacon!
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Once again, I ordered my all time favourite Pacific Benedict ($16)! It's not just like any normal eggs benedict because it comes with swimmer crab meat and not ham or bacon. The boiled spinach has also played a part in adding the flavour of the benedict
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I've also suggested to order truffle fries ($12) because I had a craving for it then. A really huge portion, meant for sharing (3-4 pax) because both of us had a hard time finishing it!

All in all, what won my heart was the Pacific Benedict. NEVER miss that out if you happen to visit there for weekend brunch!
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It's my best friend's birthday and I treated her to brunch at the Riders' cafe, which is situated at Bukit Timah Saddle Club amidst the lush greenery. We sat indoors as there wasn't any available seats at the balcony area. Anyway, the weather that day was bright and sunny and we manage to see a horse! My friend had the Cream Corn Polenta, which consist of poached eggs, tomatoes, portobello and sourdough bread. I chose the Pacific Benedict as I don't see it anywhere else! It consist of swimmer c
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It's my best friend's birthday and I treated her to brunch at the Riders' cafe, which is situated at Bukit Timah Saddle Club amidst the lush greenery. We sat indoors as there wasn't any available seats at the balcony area. Anyway, the weather that day was bright and sunny and we manage to see a horse!
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My friend had the Cream Corn Polenta, which consist of poached eggs, tomatoes, portobello and sourdough bread. I chose the Pacific Benedict as I don't see it anywhere else! It consist of swimmer crabs, poached eggs, spinach and shrimp hollandaise on sourdough bread.
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The poached eggs are done perfectly and the generous serving of swimmer crabs were so meaty and yummy! Definitely a refreshing change from the usual bacon or salmon egg benedict
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The coffee here is good as well and we had a latte and cappuccino. I will definitely want to come back here again for the ambiance and their other items in the menu!
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Was finally here at Riders Cafe after reading so many reviews about it! Do advice you guys to drive or take cab in as this place is very inaccessible. Also, do remember to make reservation if you don't wait to wait for a seat as this place is rather popular.restaurant packed with peoplesimple black and white menu with no fancy picturesI love the egg benedict here! i love the poached egg and mornay sauce. The salmon and ham taste fresh too! A very satisfying meal with my friends. The food is yumm
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Was finally here at Riders Cafe after reading so many reviews about it! Do advice you guys to drive or take cab in as this place is very inaccessible. Also, do remember to make reservation if you don't wait to wait for a seat as this place is rather popular.
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I love the egg benedict here! i love the poached egg and mornay sauce. The salmon and ham taste fresh too! A very satisfying meal with my friends. The food is yummy and i recommend people to come to this place for brunch at least once in their life.
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The place is just perfect for brunch, gives you a feeling of a lazy Sunday morning seeing horses sauntering nearby all the surrounding lush greenery. Food quality is good, I love the Eggs Benedict here, the right amount of Hollandaise sauce with eggs done not under- nor over-cooked. Yeah to runny eggyolks!1 ^^ It would have been lovely if were to be accompanied with tomatoes and the bread crusty. Coffee is good, though not the best. Ahh really I just feel like sitting down there facing the field
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The place is just perfect for brunch, gives you a feeling of a lazy Sunday morning seeing horses sauntering nearby all the surrounding lush greenery. Food quality is good, I love the Eggs Benedict here, the right amount of Hollandaise sauce with eggs done not under- nor over-cooked. Yeah to runny eggyolks!1 ^^ It would have been lovely if were to be accompanied with tomatoes and the bread crusty.
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Coffee is good, though not the best. Ahh really I just feel like sitting down there facing the field, sipping my coffee and chatting away my morning away. Every now and then the sight of horses would draw my attention away, though it is not like my first time seeing horses haha.. Just how graceful they sauntered along
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I would definitely love to spend my mornings here again. The only flip side is that the place is not easily accessible.
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I had to wait for an hour just to get a seat in this place and normally I'm pretty smugged already when that happens. This place though is a champ. I didn't expect the bendiicts to be that good (note: they had to redo the order as the eggs were over cooked but when they good it right... my God was it perfect)! The shepherd's pie was also good but I did wish I ordered something else afterwards as there was nothing special about it. I have my eyes on the French toast that most tables were ordering
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I had to wait for an hour just to get a seat in this place and normally I'm pretty smugged already when that happens. This place though is a champ.

I didn't expect the bendiicts to be that good (note: they had to redo the order as the eggs were over cooked but when they good it right... my God was it perfect)!

The shepherd's pie was also good but I did wish I ordered something else afterwards as there was nothing special about it. I have my eyes on the French toast that most tables were ordering....

I loved the Salty Caramel Brioche! Anyone who visits this place should order this without fail. Pair it with a nice strong coffee and boom you'll have your perfect weekend!

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Wanted to have brunch on a lazy Sunday and was deciding between Riders Cafe & Prive, but decided to go for the former one since it has a better review in HGW. We went there without reservation ( as it was an impromptu visit) and was told that we needed to wait for an hour. Luckily, we decided to hang around for awhile and was eventually given a seat within like 15mins. Apparently, those before us was "frightened away" by the potential long wait. KekeOur orders:1) Brioche French Toast with Burnt
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Wanted to have brunch on a lazy Sunday and was deciding between Riders Cafe & Prive, but decided to go for the former one since it has a better review in HGW. We went there without reservation ( as it was an impromptu visit) and was told that we needed to wait for an hour. Luckily, we decided to hang around for awhile and was eventually given a seat within like 15mins. Apparently, those before us was "frightened away" by the potential long wait. Keke

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1) Brioche French Toast with Burnt Banana & Smoked Bacon - $14

I love banana, especially caramelized ones! The bananas were coated on the surface with this thin layer of hard caramel, just like creme bulee. Coupled with smoked bacon and thick toast, it was overall a delightful plate. Although, I would much prefer a more "egg taste" toast as the name suggests french toast... *Shrugged*
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2) Soft Shell Crab Benedict with Poached Eggs, Spinach & Tomato - $16

This looked interesting on the menu as compared to the normal Benedict with Hollandaise sauce. The poached eggs were runny, with sweet grilled tomato ( my new love!) and soft shell crab to go with the toast.

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I was at Riders cafe for their highly raved brunch menus by the online peeps and friends. Indeed it was very inaccessible from town but it was easy to drop by if u are driving or cabbing down. I ordered the usual breakfast set which comes with standard item such as bacon, mushroom, tomatoes, breakfast sausage, bread and 2 eggs of your choice (which I choose sunny side up). the breakfast taste ia alright, portion is good, but the sunny side up was a bit overcooked for me. I prefer to have my yol
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I was at Riders cafe for their highly raved brunch menus by the online peeps and friends. Indeed it was very inaccessible from town but it was easy to drop by if u are driving or cabbing down. I ordered the usual breakfast set which comes with standard item such as bacon, mushroom, tomatoes, breakfast sausage, bread and 2 eggs of your choice (which I choose sunny side up). the breakfast taste ia alright, portion is good, but the sunny side up was a bit overcooked for me. I prefer to have my yolks to be more runny and gooey. The ambiance of the place is very relaxing, and I wouldn't mind to spend my whole morning here for the green scenery and have a sip of a breakfast fruit juice!
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Wanted to try Riders Cafe again as I had a pleasant experience previously. It is really quite inaccessible and that deters me a little. On a weekend for brunch, there was a huge crowd but their service was still equally good. I had the usual (i think that's the name) which comprises of scrambled eggs - not the best I have tasted and was rather average, I prefer the more milky type; mushrooms, fries and sausage. Average and nothing special.
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Wanted to try Riders Cafe again as I had a pleasant experience previously. It is really quite inaccessible and that deters me a little. On a weekend for brunch, there was a huge crowd but their service was still equally good. I had the usual (i think that's the name) which comprises of scrambled eggs - not the best I have tasted and was rather average, I prefer the more milky type; mushrooms, fries and sausage. Average and nothing special.
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2013-05-26