Had an early Mother’s Day celebration at PS Cafe.
We headed to PS Cafe at i12 Katong for dinner.
PS Cafe i12 Katong
The first impression was a collective wow from us. While i12 Katong looks like a cookie-cutter shopping mall, PS Cafes is a different vibe.
Upon entering, you will be greeted by a long corridor with a bar on the side.
The black and white interior gives a classy vibe that brings you back to the
colonial era. It felt like a little Raffles Hotel that appeared out of the
blue in the East.
|PS Cafe Black and White interior|
It’s a befitting decor given the row of shophouses opposite. If you are a
person who demands an experience during a meal, the ambience exulted by PS
cafe would be befitting to you.
|Can you spot the dog?|
There is also an outdoor area that is pet friendly. The black and white
shades added reference to old colonial black and white houses you find in
parts of Singapore.
|Raffles Hotel Vibes|
PS. Burger with shoestring Fries ($32)
For the mains, we had the PS burger with shoestring fries.
While the price may be on the higher side, the generous portion makes up for
it. Served with Australian barley-fed Angus Patty, Vintage cheddar, wilted
spinach, crispy smoked bacon, tomato and crispy onions on a toasted sesame
bun, this burger is almost perfect. The patty was cooked to your preference
and is thick and juicy.
The shoestring fries were generous. You can also modify the sides to your
choice to Mashed Potato, Lettuce Salad, Broccoli or Potato Slaw. If the fries
were not included, we would have opted for Truffles Shoestring Fries, which is
said to be one of the best in town.
Spicy Prawn Aglio Olio ($30)
|PS Cafe Spicy Prawn Aglio Olio|
We were deciding to try a locally flavoured main or pasta, and under the
waiter’s recommendation, we opted for the Spicy Prawn Aglio Olio.
The pasta had toasted sesame breadcrumbs and fresh herbs to add to the taste.
The prawns were chunky, and the portions generous.
|PS Cafe Cakes|
We recommend saving space for desserts. The cakes looked great, but we were
too full to try them.
|PS Cafe Special Menu|
Look out for special items which are not on the menu. You might see something
you like for the day.
PS Cafe is one of those places to go when you feel like pampering yourself. In
terms of price, it is a tad more than a regular restaurant. However, for the
portion and the ambience, it is totally worth it.