Many Singaporeans are familiar with PS.Cafe. Started from humble beginnings in 1999 as a cosy cafe hidden within Projectshop clothing store, this charming and understated spot quickly gained a following for its hearty takes on savoury cafe classics, famous truffle shoestring fries and indulgent cakes, puddings and tarts. Today, PS.Cafe has six outlets in Singapore. The PS.Cafe At Harding Road has long been a destination for legendary brunches, lazy afternoon teas, romantic dates and friendly celebrations. Now expanding its offering, the urban escape on Dempsey Hill has launched a weekday breakfast menu to be enjoyed in its peaceful and tranquil setting.
Breakfast at Harding Road couples PS.Cafe brunch favourites with inspired new additions.
Hearty brunch signatures now available for breakfast from 8am to 11.30am include the PS. Fluffy Pancakes with homemade banana jam, blueberries, passionfruit curd and fresh cream as well as the PS. Kale Florentine with perfectly poached eggs, sautéed kale, homemade hollandaise on focaccia and sprinkled with parmesan.
Healthier dishes such as the Superseed Granola with coconut yoghurt parfait, blackberry compote and honey provide the perfect post-workout boost.
New menu items include freshly baked pastries such as Almond Croissants, Raisin Vanilla Swirls and Apple Cranberry Turnovers as well as
a range of ‘bunwiches’, soft and sumptuous buns filled with gourmet breakfast ingredients. The ultimate in comfort food, the Breakfast Grand Slam Bunwich is filled with fried egg, crispy bacon, pork & thyme sausage and caramelised onions.
An accompanying beverage menu offers a whole host of refreshing options; artisan coffees made from 100% Arabica beans, fresh fruit and vegetable juices, crushed fruit sodas and an array of teas and infusions.
Since its opening in 2005, PS.Cafe Harding Road quickly became a favourite for many regulars. Its unique interiors are designed to be open to the surrounding tropical gardens whilst drawing from the character of the former army barracks that surrounded it. Come experience brunch soon but remember to make a reservation to avoid disappointment.
P.S Cafe Harding Road