Quiet and rainy Sundays in Singapore certainly call for good food with some good company. My friends and I headed to Dempsey Hill to grab some grub and to explore the unfamiliar area a bit more.
I remembered seeing PS Cafe as a place that was listed online whenever I looked up brunch spots in Singapore and I’m glad I remembered it because it was such an incredible place.
This restaurant was lined with glass windows that opened up some light in the room which made it seem more spacious than it really was. The place was filled with young first dates, families, and friends who were catching up on this nice afternoon. My friends and I were convinced that we had made the right choice coming here. It’s a bit hard to find it at first since it’s surrounded by trees and it’s not on the main path but it is such a sight to see when you first walk in.
We got there just as they were about to close the brunch menu so we scanned the menus quickly and got our food within a few minutes. I ordered the crab tart with a glass of Rose & Berries Sangria. I definitely recommend those two because the drink felt like it was never ending and they had little flowers in them and the crab tart was wonderful. I’m a seafood gal so I knew it wouldn’t disappoint. My friends got the Green Goddess Pesto Penne and the PS Gado Gado Salad. Later on, we gave in and got the truffle fries because every single table around us had one. We barely finished it but it was pretty good and definitely worth the hype.
Overall, I definitely enjoyed the food and the ambiance of the place. I will be sure to return here before I leave for America!
After this, we encountered a nice little market that resembled Dean and Deluca in Dempsey Hill that even had a cheese room. Now that is impressive. They had posters everywhere regarding cheesy cheese jokes (ha ha) and how this was the first place to have a cheese room. It was called Jones the Grocer and I could have easily spent an entire day there going through their little snacks and what not but I was pulled away to meet up with other friends in Holland Village.
Project Acai was also a place I wanted to seek out before I left for Singapore and I finally got a chance to try it!
I got the original acai bowl in their handy size since I was feeling full from PS Cafe. The presentation was pretty adorable and it tasted just as good as I thought it would! My other friends got the original one as well and some branched out to try the one that included nuts in it. They also have smoothies too so I think I will venture to them next time I’m in the area.