Across the road from the Sembawang Shopping Centre. continue reading
RoyceMary Café serves gourmet coffee, and a fabulous selection of pleasing beverages, signature cakes, sandwiches and more. It’s modern ambience with lighting allows customer the perfect setting to relax and enjoy true quality time with one’s near and dear. The café is a great reminder that the finer things in life don’t have to be beyond the reach of everybody. continue reading
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Opening Hours
Mon - Tue
11:00 - 22:30
Thu - Sun
11:00 - 22:30
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Cash Only
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Review (2)
Level4 2014-11-19
Located in the new building across the Sembawang Shopping Centre, the cafe is hidden from the main road. The cafe is decorated in a modern looking way. It sells cakes and pastries, as well as, a selection of drinks.Royce For You ($7.50)It is yuzu flavour iced coffee. It tastes like the coffee has turned sour, and my stomach does not take well of it.Chocolate Walnut Brownies ($4.00)It is served hot, and tastes soft and moist.Strawberry paradise ($13.90)It is waffle served with vanilla ice cream and berries. The presentation looks great. The waffle has a lack of crispy texture, but is quite soft inside.Chocolate Macarons - Free with $20 purchaseAs the total order is more than $20, we also received a Macaron for free. It tastes not bad and quite cute looking too.Overall the food still has room for improvement. The place is quite relaxing and cozy too. Great place to meet up. continue reading
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Level4 2014-10-16
Victory8 sees yet another cafe opening again. In the same ground as Mootime and Something Sweet Dessert House, RoyceMary Cafe’s opening would make the cafe scene in the north a lot more vibrant and competitive.Wanting to go for something light, I went with a quiche even though the sandwiches seemed a tad tempting. Out of the two quiches available, the Salmon Asparagus Quiche ($5.50) caught my eye. Prior to serving it, the quiche would be heated up. Mine seemed to take quite some time to get served. It came piping hot however, and I was surprised by how it tasted despite coming off from the display shelf. Not only was it fresh, the flaky pastry fell off neatly and was actually sufficiently buttery without feeling any bit greasy. The fillings were indeed savoury; cheesy enough without being too eggy, maintaining a bit of creaminess within. And nothing can ever go wrong with Smoked Salmon. The accompanying garden salad was similarly satisfying; despite its plain looks it had a zingy dressing which makes the fresh leaves even more refreshing to have.I was actually pretty tempted by the Matcha Lava Cake ($8.90) that was served at To-Gather Cafe, so I was actually pretty glad to have found RoyceMary offering the same thing as well. There was an option to add a ice-cream, but I opted out of it as I was pretty much cashless that day. When served, the gooey puddle of Matcha in the centre was just simply eye-candy. Once it was cut, the lava just flowed endlessly. Matcha lava was not only thick, it was also rich. A dollop of cream also came by the side, and it was ingenious. When the cake got too overwhelming, just have a bit of cream and it just neutralises every flavour in the mouth. Simply fantastic.For a drink, I went with my standard Flat White ($5.50). RoyceMary Cafe’s choice of blend is one that uses 100% Arabica Beans from Ethopia. My cuppa came, smooth and creamy, though the body seemed too light as the coffee was rather milky. Maybe a double shot would help.For more photos and the full review, please visit: http://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2014/10/07/roycemary-cafe-victory8/ continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)