Appropriately blogging about a food place I've been here in Singapore, though it was during last summer. It was memorable in the sense that it was a sister thing. I hardly spend time with her and it was nice to just chill and have some good food, us two.
She has picked out P.S. Cafe at Ann Siang Hill. Abit of a walk if you dont have a car or you dont wish to cab. Otherwise, pretty quiet place away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
We are seated down at the very top because sis had wanted to check out the place for her twentyfirst birthday dinner party. I like the candlelights and dim lighting.
I remembered not being terribly impressed with their standard of food with their pricetags. I reckon there are alot more hole-in-the-wall eateries in singapore (without such fanfare) that serve up better quality in that price range.
But I must give them credit. Their shoestring Truffle Fries never fails to bring my tummy delight. I have also been to their outlet at Palais Renaissance with a girlfriend where it was a good place for quiet catchup in town and chilling out for abit from shopping.
Whats a dinner without dessert? And after so many recommendations on their sticky date pudding, I had to try it right?
And so I did... and digged into it excitedly, Perhaps it is better to never have too high expectations? Because I find myself usually disappointed when it comes to these things. I find it too sweet and obviously holding it to Marmalade Pantry's standard will always be slightly difficult to be matched...
Photos credits: mayydiaries.blogspot.com
So as we conclude our dinner, I would say the food is quite good on the whole for such a commercialised place. The setting is wonderful for intimate dinners, particularly on special date nights. It is sure to please the partners or impress anyone for the first time.
As for me, I keep the more accessible outlets of PS Cafe in mind for future reference when I need some truffle fries!