With brunch places popping up all over the place, I would find it difficult to justify a visit to the overpriced PS. Cafe if not for their ginger pudding ($12.90++). Gently spiced with the rhizome, the steamy, spongy pudding floats in a sea of dreamily aromatic earl grey crème anglaise and is crowned with a towering scoop of cold vanilla bean ice cream. Awesome sauce!
To fellow foodies who are fussy about pancakes as much as I am, I suggest that you give the blueberry pancakes ($19++) here a miss. They're decently soft and fluffy, but I'll rather have McDonald's Hotcakes for one-fifth the price.
D opted for his protein-packed favorite, the PS. Brunch Burger ($29++): homemade grilled wagyu and US chuck patty topped with camembert cheese, wilted spinach, crispy bacon, tomtato, crispy onions, herby mayo & fried egg on a toasted sesame bun. (What a mouthful!) Of course, I couldn't help stealing some of those fat, fluffy steak fries and tasty aioli!
On the contrary, my other friend went vegetarian with her Green Garden Lasagne ($26++): garden vegetables tossed with mozzarella cheese, bechamel and portobello mushrrom duxelle, layered with herb ricotta, spinach pasta, served with shaved fennel and almond salad.
The laid-back ambience at PS. Cafe's Harding outlet certainly draws a crowd, so be sure to head out of the house early if you intend to brunch there- our food took almost half an hour to arrive if I remember correctly!
28B Harding Road
Tel: +65 6479 3343
Brunch hours: 9.30am-5pm (Sat & Sun), last food/tea orders at 4pm/5pm