P.S Cafe has been around long before all the hipster cafes started taking over the cafe scene and is not really a place which appeals to the younger generation (students) but probably more for people in their 30s. I personally don’t think they have good food but the ambiance is conducive for a chilling out and their desserts are good so why not? It helps that Martin Road/ Robertson Quay is generally quiet and it’s a rare spot within central Singapore that’s not crowded.
Truffle Shoe String Fries – $12.00++
truffle oil, grated parmesan, parsley
This place won’t go wrong if you’re looking for legit truffle fries.
Our Smokey Margherita (V) – $22.00++
tomato, scamarzina, mozzarella, cheddar
We were advised by the staff not to order a second main item because the portion was big and he was right. With fries on the side and dessert to follow, this pizza was a comfortable size to share between 2. However, I didn’t quite like the taste. It was just very average. Oh well, as I mentioned, I’m not here to seek really good food.
Coconut Bakewell Tart
Adding a scoop of ice cream on desserts was $4.00++ (U.P $6) so of course I had to add a scoop. I chose the Coco Chamomile flavour because I sounds interesting! It paired well with the tart too.
Their ice cream is homemade and it looked really appealing. If I lived in this neighbourhood I’ll definitely pop by for ice cream often.
They Florida Key Lime Pie on display looked really good too.
Florida Key Lime Pie
Added a scoop of Apple Pie Crumble ice cream.
Their desserts aren’t out of the world but there’s something about it that makes me look forward to having more. It find that such tarts, pies and cakes exude a homely, unpretentious feel and they are all great for sharing.
I’ll definitely be back for more truffle fries and desserts someday!
Overall: Great place for chilling out. Dessert is better than main food.
PS. Cafe Petit
38 Martin Road
Daily, 11.00 am – 12.00 am (Last food order 10.30 pm, last Bar order 11.00 pm)