1 Fullerton Road
#02-03B/04 One Fullerton
Singapore 049213

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11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 01:00am

09:30am - 01:00am

09:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

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Baked to perfection, this dish comes with prunes, apricots, walnuts and topped with generous serving of Manuka honey 🍯

Ordered the following:
1) Truffle shoestring fries (5/5)
- Generous servings
2) Bianca Funghi (4/5)
- Tasty but too much mushrooms for my taste.
3) Chicken Rossa Penne (3/5)
- Its ok.

Nice ambience. Sadly, I got seats with a blocked view. I also felt that the 2 person seats were too close to each other. Service was alright and the food was served rather quickly. The food was pricey but expected.

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sat and watched the sky turn dark as we munched on this delicious pizza and talked about life. the pizza was so good omg one for the truffle/mushroom/cheese lovers and the sage rlly came through!

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First time at a PS cafe! The interior is beautiful and super romantic (great place for couples). The outdoor dining doesn't fall short with the gorgeous view of the Waterfront! We had the Roasted Chicken Penne and Club sandwich (both are large portion, good to share), alongside Fish n Chips! Their freshly compressed fruit juices are also terrific for a hot day. Superb meal for about $40-$50/pax!


Treacly was my first impression, but the taste quickly grew on me. The pudding itself is reminiscent of steamed sponge cake, very moist and a great vehicle to soak up all the flavours. It came served warm, melting the ice cream that was quickly slipping off the pud and into pool of toffee sauce lining the base of the plate. Just like the fries and ice cream duo, the contrasting hot and cold temperature is essentially one way ticket to chomp chomp land, barely slowed down by the sweetness that makes one pause to savour.

This visually aesthetic drink comes as part of PS. Cafe’s festive menu. It is served in a glass filled with some gin, orange slice, cinnamon and star anise, alongside a small bottle of ginger ale that bubbles up the drink as it get mixed in. On its own the ale has a warmth that follows down the throat but becomes quite mild once mixed in. The spice bit of the drink can be described as liquorice-y and bittersweet.