For The People
Time Out says
This café along Hamilton Road is designed for one purpose: for people to unwind and connect with loved ones. It helps that the interiors are open and welcoming; the minimalist space is splashed with white hues and wooden accents, and comes anchored by an eye-catching barista counter.
The menu is also perfect for sharing. Make a reservation before dropping by, and split the addictive mozzarella sticks ($8) that come with a side of fresh sriracha salsa. Besides the usual brunch fare of guacamole on toast ($18) and eggs Benedict ($16), For The People also whips up some special creations that are worth a try. And the best part, almost everything is under $20. Scrambled eggs on toast comes brightened with a smear of basil pesto ($18), and the standard waffles come with a firmer, chewier bite with its cinnamon sugar-dusted crispy churro waffles ($14).
Equally popular (you’ll see it on most tables at the café) is the fried chicken and waffles ($19). Fluffy Belgian stack comes topped with a crispy boneless chicken, then finished with a sweet drizzle of maple syrup. Other highlights include the crabmeat aglio olio ($22), beer-battered fish and chips ($19) made with flaky cod fillet, and tender pork ribs ($26) slow-baked for over five hours in beer.
Skip the limited selection of cakes, and share some coconut pancakes ($16) if you must end the meal on a sweet note. Otherwise, choose from the freshly baked pastries available on display, or sip on brews of espresso-based drinks (from $3.50). Looking for something stronger? Choose from its affordable selection of wine (by glass or bottle) and craft beer.
11 Hamilton Rd
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 9.30am-10pm|
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