PS. Café is a perfect choice to go for a nice dinner or a post dinner drink. My favourite PS. branch is Dempsey followed by Palais. Ann Siang is alittle too secluded and Paragon has a very limited menu.
Here we were at Dempsey again.
You have to walk through a narrow path to reach the beautiful colonial building.
[LEFT] The mouthwatering desserts were placed near the entrance. We couldn’t resist ordering them after our hearty meal.
[RIGHT] Seasonal offerings were introduced on the big chalkboards.
[LEFT] Love the flowers in PS Café. 🙂
[RIGHT] We started our dinner with a glass of Veuve Clicquot. Cheers to a lovely dinner.
TRUFFLE SHOESTRING FRIES – Our MUST ORDER in PS Café. The tantalizing smell of truffle oil was addictive. Do order to share as the portion was huge.
MISO COD – My favourite main in PS Café. I like the combination of all the ingredients used in this dish. The side of rocket salad with udon in the tangy lemon & sesame sauce went well with the “melt in the mouth” thick stab of cod fillet.
[LEFT] GREEN GARDEN LASAGNE – A great choice for vegetarians. The mozzarella cheese & portobello mushroom filling was delicious.
[RIGHT] BBQ RIBS – Decently tender and tasty.
[LEFT] MANGO BANANA CRUMBLE with vanilla ice cream – A sweet ending to a fantastic meal but nothing memorable. I prefer the chocolate fudge cake here.
[RIGHT] EARL GREY TEA – I’m a sucker for cube sugar. 🙂
Overall, PS Café serves quality food and the ambiance is great for unwinding after a long day at work. My only complaint about PS café is the reservation system – I do not like the sms reservation system. Moreover, you cannot make reservations if you are coming for desserts and drinks only.
Tel: +65 64793343
Address: 28B Harding Road
Opening Hours: Please see website for details.
Spend: $80 per pax (Incl. a glass of Veuve Clicquot)
Oh, I didn’t know PS cafe has a branch at Ann Siang Hill too. lol
So lucky that I happen to know it after chancing upon your blog =)
The one at Ann Siang is pretty secluded. It’s not as crowded as compared to the Dempsey branch. 🙂
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