9823 3779
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12:00 - 20:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 20:00
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Review (2)
The wife was craving rösti and we ended up at The Rosti Farm (TFR for short), an eatery apparently specialising in the Swiss potato dish. The funny thing is that the place also houses other brands under the same roof/management (Teuscher Chocolates and Once Upon A Milkshake) - so you can have chocolates and milkshakes together with your rösti.Occupying a rather small unit on the second floor of the relatively upclass Capitol Piazza mall, TFR seats approximately 20+ pax in its rather homely premise, complete with wood panel wallpaper and wooden furniture.Milkshake - The milkshakes in general were pretty thick and rich without coming across as too sweet. Pretty good.Three Little Pigs & A Big Bad Wolf - A single rosti (you can opt for a double at an additional cost) topped with Swiss cheese, a black angus beef patty enveloped in provolone cheese, bacon and prosciutto. The rosti had a lightly burnt taste to it but came across as rather oily. Ditto the accompanying pork bratwurst, which was flavourful but oily as well. The melted provolone provided a subtle flavour and gooey texture to the beef patty, which unfortunately was overcooked but thankfully, not too dry. While I appreciated the crispiness and saltiness of the bacon, the prosciutto didn't quite do it for me - a little too limp and lacking in saltiness.The Hardworking Farmer - Consisting of ingredients from the farm; snail sausage, mini omelette, sauteed mushrooms, Swiss cheese with a deep fried chicken drumstick atop, all on a single slab of lightly crisp, salty but relatively oily rosti. The drumstick came across as flavourful but added to the overall oiliness of the dish while the snail sausage wasn't anything to shout about. The mushrooms provided an earthiness but the omelette came across as bland. Although each individual ingredient wasn't great, the sum of all parts made for a pretty decent dish.Our meal cost $51 (no GST and service charge, which is definitely a plus), which isn't too expensive for the decent quality of food (a little less oil would be appreciated though) and drinks. Service was friendly too, which made for a pleasant dining experience.See all my pictures at http://www.timelessfacade.com/2016/01/the-rosti-farm-rosti-milkshakes.html continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level3 2015-06-07
Opened on 2 April 2015, The Rosti Farm opens its doors at the Capitol Piazza! Part of the Once Upon a milkshake team, you can enjoy a rosti and have a wonderful milkshake at the same time! Area: City HallCountry: SingaporePrice: $$Good For: Small Groups / Solos / Friends / Family / TakeawayAccessibility: Approx 5 minutes from City Hall MRT StationOnce upon a Milkshake + The Rosti Farm...The simple, Rosti Farm menu, focused on Rosti, of course.Once upon a Milkshake + The Rosti Farm... + Teuscher Chocolates! All under the same 'roof'.Curly Fries with Nacho Cheese ($5 ala carte, $3 if you order a rosti with it)Crispy! It was a delight having it with the nacho cheese, though it didn't wow.The Happy Weekender (Single Rosti: $20, Double Rosti: $23) - Cheddar cheese, german bratwurst (150g, pork) infused with real beer, sauteed mushroom, grilled pineapple, over easy eggIt looks as good as it tastes and I love the light sour cream placed on the side. Lovely! But I thought the outer layer for the rosti could have been slightly crispier.The Hardworking Farmer (Single Rosti: $18, Double Rosti: $21) - Swiss cheese, oven-roasted chicken breast (sliced) with creamy sauce, snail sausage (pork), sauteed mushroom, mini omelette.The best bit: The rosti itselfThe worst bit: NoneThe Rösti FarmLocation: Capitol Piazza (NEUE section) 13 Stamford Road #02-31, Singapore 178905Operation hours: 12pm - 8pm daily continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)