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Home for Toby's Estate Singapore is a large, airy, and bright converted warehouse in Robertson Quay. I think it's probably the largest coffee-centric cafe in Singapore. Having a high ceiling and so much space in a great location (it faces the river!) has many perks. Not only can you stuff a grand old coffee roaster on your grounds, you can go all industrial-chic on the decor and still leave lots of air space between each customer. It helps that the coffees are one of the best along these parts o
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Home for Toby's Estate Singapore is a large, airy, and bright converted warehouse in Robertson Quay. I think it's probably the largest coffee-centric cafe in Singapore. Having a high ceiling and so much space in a great location (it faces the river!) has many perks. Not only can you stuff a grand old coffee roaster on your grounds, you can go all industrial-chic on the decor and still leave lots of air space between each customer.

It helps that the coffees are one of the best along these parts of the river, and that the brunch options are at par, in that respect. Toby’s Breakfast ($16) is a worthy platter of barn-laid eggs, bacon, roasted cherry tomatoes, sauteed mushrooms and thickly-sliced brioche toast, while the paninis aren’t actually overpriced at $12.
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Date of Visit
2013-12-03
Spending Per Head
$20 (Breakfast)
Recommended Dishes
  • Coffee