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PS Cafe - Dempsey Road

Restaurants, Fusion Tanglin
5 out of 5 stars
(1user review)

Time Out says

Imagine having a restaurant so busy that you refuse to answer the telephone at all. Well, here it is. PS Cafe only takes bookings by SMS and does not take bookings at all for brunch on Sunday. But it is worth the wait – just check out the huge pieces of home-made rocky-road on the counter as you walk in. The menu is quite restricted but delicious, and the service is brisk. Sit indoors near the open kitchen or outside overlooking the leafy environs. On Sundays, expect a 30-minute wait – don’t fret as we have seen some others doing, just put your name down and stroll around Dempsey Road for a while. Actually, that should help to ensure that you can manage all three courses.

Other branches: PS Cafe at The Paragon and PS Cafe at Palais Renaissance.



Address: Dempsey Road, Tanglin Village
28b Harding Road
Opening hours: DinnerMon-Thurs & Sunday 6.30pm-midnight Last food order 10.30pm; last bar order 11pmFri-Sat 6.30pm-2amLast food order 10.30pm; last bar order 1amLunchTues - Fri 11.30am - 5.00pm Last food order 3.00pm Last tea & cake order 4.30pmBrunchSat - Sun 9.30am - 5.00pmLast food order 3.00pm Last tea & cake order 4.30pm
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5 out of 5 stars

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We didn't make it to PS Cafe for their famous brunch on the Sunday of our visit to Singapore due to a HUGE queue, but we did return to Dempsey Hill for a late (jet-lagged) lunch the next day. You walk in and instantly notice an attractive gin cabinet filled with a variety of wonderful gins, all served at London prices (about £10/$20 each) The day was hot and we fancied something light and cool, so the salads were the obvious choice. I opted for the superfood salad filled with blueberries, quinoa, pumpkin, almonds, spinach and tossed in an orange and rosemary dressing. It was light, sweet and delicious. Filling but not heavy.

To drink we had the most incredible iced pineapple based drink, like a sorbet juice that we could have kept ordering all afternoon. It really cooled us down. It would be lovely with a splash of gin as a refreshing cocktail!