We had visited PS.Cafe once a few years ago, but that was at Duxton Hill. This time, C was looking for a cafe or restaurant near Studio M, and happened to come across PS.Cafe Petit on google maps. Given that we had a good experience there the last time, C decided to reserve a table for 2 on a Saturday night. If you’re wondering.. yes it was to celebrate my birthday, since we were having a staycation at Studio M nearby! 🙂
Taking a pic at the entrance cos it looked rather nice. :p
Upon entering the cafe, you are greeted by the desserts counter, where an array of cakes, pastries, and even ice cream is displayed!
Close-up shot of the cakes on display. There are also various bottled drinks you can pick out.
Close-up of the ice cream! It didn’t look very appealing though, and we didn’t try any. But maybe it would taste better than it looked, try it and let me know. :p
Close-up of the pastries! If I were there for breakfast, I’d probably try some of these, but as we were there for dinner, I wasn’t in the mood of pastries.
As you walk further into the cafe, you will see more tarts and cakes displayed in the middle of the walkway. They looked tempting, but we were just too full at the end of our meal to order desserts..
The cafe is pretty dimly lit, but I liked the ambience, and felt that it was a comfortable place for a meal with either loved ones or friends.
The pics above show the menu at PS.Cafe. They charge GST and service charge on top of the prices you see in the menu, so just be aware of that before ordering, lest you get a huge shock at the end!
We ordered truffle shoestring fries (S$12++), which were DELICIOUS! These fries are really the best truffle fries I’ve had in Singapore so far, and definitely worth the money spent. 😀 The truffle taste was strong, yet not overpowering, and the grated parmesan cheese complemented the fries perfectly.
We also got two mains to share, one of which was the ‘Ploughman’s’ (S$18++). It’s basically a panini, with grilled chicken, salami, mustard pickles, smoked cheddar, and mozzarella cheese. I liked the panini bread, which was very nicely done, and slightly crispy when you bite into it.
The shrimp, crab, and crump pasta (S$24++) was really good as well. Although it kinda looks like some Chinese noodle dish, it definitely doesn’t taste like one. :p I really liked the chunks of crab and tiger prawns, and the baked garlic crumbs went very nicely with the spaghettini as well! 🙂
A cosy cafe/restaurant in the Robertson Quay area, PS.Cafe Petit serves quality food in large portions, and we were really full after sharing 2 mains, and 1 serving of truffle fries. Price-wise, it is as expensive as the Duxton Hill branch, and that’s probably also because this area is quite an upscale district as well. It’s a good place to have a meal if you are in the area for a staycation at Studio M though!
38 Martin Road, Singapore 239059
Daily breakfast/brunch 9.30am-4pm, and lunch/dinner 11am-12mn (with last food order at 10.30pm)
Check out their website here.