163 Penang Road
#01-01 Winsland House II
Singapore 238463

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07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

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This behemoth sandwich ($15) was composed of two thick sourdough slices lightly smeared with yogurt mayo sandwiching a HUGE portion of marinated chicken as well as cucumber and tomato slices. It came with a hefty side of greens as well.

The sourdough was really good. The generous slices were grilled to a crispy, toasty perfection which could stand up to the mayo and wet vegetables without turning soggy. The chicken was spiced with Middle Eastern flavors, kind of tasting like a more atas version of kebab chicken. The yogurt mayo was light and tangy without being overpowering. And the greens balanced out the meal with their refreshing lightness and just the slightest hint of dressing.

These simple elements came together to form a simple but well-executed, flavorful, filling sandwich. (yes, sandwiches don't have to be boring or overly complex :D) Pair it with one of Kith's excellent coffees like the Iced Coffee ($5.50) made with their signature blend of beans for a complete, satisfying meal.


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This was $12 but while the portion was still huge, this felt less worth it than the truffle fries. The hot, crispy chicken pieces came resting on a bed of greens drizzled generously with mayo, cheese sauce and sweet chili sauce.

I felt that the chicken pieces could be larger? Better batter to chicken ratio. They tasted like they had come out from a packet and just refried. Also there didn't seem to be any distinctive 'cajun' flavoring to them aside from a slight spiciness in the seasoning.

Still a delicious, fun sharing plate. Just that I expected more for the price.


This golden pile of truffle-scented deep-fried potatoes cost $12 and was an absolutely gigantic portion (the plate was huge). It was garnished with a sprinkle of parsley and parmesan cheese.

I love my fries thick-cut over shoestring, so this was right up my alley. They were served piping hot and crispy with a side of mayonnaise, although I definitely prefer my fries with ketchup. I like my truffle fries not too overpoweringly seasoned with truffle, so Kith Cafe's version was just nice for me with its subtle, mild truffle aftertaste. However, die-hard fans of truffle might not find the amount of truffle sufficient.

My favorite dish at this particular trip to Kith cafe :)


This aesthetically appealing slice of cake ($7.90) was located front and center of the pastry case and I just picked it right off the bat because I live for anything salted caramel. <3 Its layered with salted caramel buttercream frosting and chocolate sponge cake with a cereal topping and an oatmeal crust.

It was really delicious. The chocolate sponge cake and salted caramel frosting provided the perfect balance of rich and airy, while the crust was crunchy and chewy at the same time. The cereal crust was kind of soggy though and I felt that the salted caramel taste was barely discernable, which is rather disappointing. But the textures were perfectly balanced and along with an intense strong dark chocolate flavor, it was more than enough to satisfy my buzzing sweet tooth. :)


$18! Not too sure about this dish! Pulled pork could afford to be more savoury. Felt like the ingredients didn’t exactly come together very well.

A hearty portion, with large variety of flavours.

The Winsland House II outlet is an excellent venue for a quiet lunch.

Variety of options at similar price point, allowing you to easily pair the Kith breakfast, using the Entertainer app.