Forget about your typical ice cream, waffles and tarts; THE dessert that you should be paying attention to is the classic sticky date pudding.
Warm, sticky and saccharine sweet; it is simply impossible to resist a plate of this ambrosial goodness. However, in Singapore, it isn’t easy to find places that serve up a solid plate of sticky date pudding.
Therefore, to help you, we’ve compiled a list of our top 10 favourite places in Singapore to get your hands on our all-time favourite dessert.
PS Cafe Petit at Tiong Bahru is a new takeaway concept for freshly made pizzas and wine. It has a very cool vibe, and I love the design of the shopfront and interior. It is a shame that there is no dine-in area, though.
That said, it is a good option if you want to get pizzas for occasions like a house party, or picnic. On the menu, you can find pizzas (prices range from $21-28) such as PS Original Smokey Marherita, Bolognese, and Four Cheese Porcini.
PS Cafe Petit
78 Guan Chuan Street #01-41
Tel: +65 9226 7088
Tue to Sun: 11am – 10.30pm
This guide to the best truffle fries in Singapore was last updated on 22 Feb 2015.
Truffle fries are French fries tossed with truffle oil, truffle salt and parmesan cheese. Truffle oil is used to impart the earthy flavour and aroma of truffles to fries; giving it a strong smoky after-taste. It is not hard to understand why people crave for it. There is just something appealing about the exotic truffle oil – you either love it or hate it. Here is a list of the best truffle fries in Singapore.
I finally went to PS Café! I’ve been meaning to try out PS Café for the longest time, but somehow I did not get the chance to.
PS Café has four branches in Singapore (Ann Siang Hill, Dempsey Hill, Paragon and Palais), and each of them gives a different vibe. For the PS Cafe Palais Renaissance outlet, the interior is chic and classy with dim romantic lighting. It also has a lovely white-tiled terrace dining area if you prefer to dine outside.
There are many nice Cafes in Singapore, what exactly makes PS Cafe so popular?