Monday 21 January 2019

PS. Cafe at Harding ~ Harding Road, Singapore

What started out as a recommendation by a colleague turned out to be a wonderful brunch experience in a part of Singapore that doesn't look the slightest bit like Singapore with all that greenery (says me). 

PS Cafe has many branches in Singapore but the first is located at Harding Road with no convenient access to public transport. 

Be prepared to do a little hike from the closest bus stop towards delicious food which I assure you will be worth the hike.

Be charmed by this bright, bright cafe encased in glass with giant bouquets of fresh flowers including the toilet (it surprised me as it took up more than half the space of the hand wash basin). The cafe is surrounded by lush greenery and there is an illusion of open air and al fresco dining as there is hardly any solid walls in the dining area except for the kitchen and the toilets. The natural light gives you enough good lighting for food photography without the need for flash. Me likes!

Food came rather promptly despite it being full house, it feel like only a 10 minute wait and the food seemed freshly prepared and piping hot. On the table we had a PS Big Breakfast, a Spicy King Prawn Aglio Olio and a Chorizo Chili Hash & Poached Egg. 

The PS Big Breakfast was a big portion when coupled with an iced latte and I loved everything on the plate including my mortal enemy, tomatoes and pesto. Scrambled eggs were fluffy, the toast a nice sourdough with a  chewy texture and a crisp crust, the Angus sausage the best beef sausage I've ever had, the beans didn't taste like it came straight from a can (though I could be wrong cause I love baked beans) and that roasted tomato the sweetest I've ever had with that pleasant basil pesto. 

The Aglio Olio and the chorizo hash too did not disappoint in terms of flavor, portion and quality. 

Dollar to dollar, the meal is worth the money at SGD 6.50 for an iced latte and SGD27 for a big breakfast. I know you're converting all that to Malaysian Ringgit in your head as you read this but if you compare dollar to dollar, it would be difficult to find a meal of that quality in Malaysia.

P.S. Cafe is definitely on my Singapore food recommendation list if such a list exists and I daresay it was one of the best dining experiences I've had in Singapore to date. If you're ready to splurge on a good holiday in Singapore, make a trip to P.S. Cafe a part of it.


PS.Cafe at Harding
28B Harding Rd, Singapore 249549
Open Mondays to Fridays 8 am to 11 pm, till 12 am on weekends