The Place It doesn’t feel that long but PS.Cafe has already been around for eighteen years. The popular and one of the most pioneer brand to enter the café scene in Singapore recently opened a gorgeous ninth outlet at One Fullerton, taking over the space of the now defunct UsQuBa. Our first impression when we stepped in – this must be one of the most inviting and beautiful waterfront facing restaurant in Singapore.
As with all PS.Cafe outlets, every branch is unique in its interior. I like the fact that PS.Cafe at One Fullerton has a few distinct dining areas to dine in – the outdoor terrace overlooking the waterfront, a private room which seats up to ten diners, a main indoor dining area decked in leather seats and another indoor section which overlooks Marina Bay Sands.
The Food I can’t forget PS.Cafe Truffle Fries, that’s too deeply etched in my memories. Other than the classic dishes, the outlet at One Fullerton also caters to the CBD crowd with its two-course Executive Menu priced at S$34++. Some of the exclusive new dishes to expect at this outlet include the Chargrilled Skate with green harissa and broccolini, Moules Vin Blanc with crusty dipping bread and Chargrilled Chunky Prawn Sandwich with spiced pickled mango, kaffir lime aioli, shoestring fries and house sourdough.
An obligatory start with the PS. Truffle Shoestring Fries (S$15). This must be the best truffle fries in town, and look at that generous mountain portion.
A soup to start as well, the Portobello Mushroom (S$14) has a dense texture and is served along with generous portions of garlic bread to dip in.
Being one of the exclusive item on the menu at One Fullerton, this Chargrilled Skate (S$34) with green harissa and broccolini is a twist from the sambal version we are all familiar with.
The other mains we had was the Steak & Beef Dripping Mash (S$39) served with porcini gravy where we opted for the 180g Corn-Fed Petite Tender. I was pleasantly surprised by how succulent the steak was, very well-marinated and retained that juicy texture and flavour and went along well with the porcini gravy.
For desserts, we enjoyed the Chendol Sundae (S$15), with three scoops of coconut ice cream drenched with Gula Melaka. It wasn’t too sweet for me, highly recommended if you are a fan of this local dessert.
Rants The prices at PS.Cafe ain’t that affordable.
Will I Return Again? Love the ambience here, and the food quality has been consistently good. Some teething issue noted during our meal, although the overall service was rather spot on. Will be back for the truffle fries and their desserts, that’s for sure.
This was an invited tasting, though all opinions expressed are our own.
Taste bud: 4/5
Hole in the pocket: 4/5
Overall Experience: 3.5/5
PS.Cafe One Fullerton
1 Fullerton Road
#02-03B/04 One Fullerton
Tel: +65 8812 3198
Monday to Friday: 11.30am till late
Saturday to Sunday: 9.30am till late
Ranted by The Ranter