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1110 East Coast Parkway
#01-05/06/07 Cyclist Park
Singapore 449880

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Tuesday:
09:30am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
09:30am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
09:30am - 11:00pm

Friday:
09:30am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
09:30am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
09:30am - 11:00pm

Monday:
09:30am - 11:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Ps cafe finally available in the hood! As with all other ps cafes, a bit expensive, especially the overpriced drinks, but they do how to create the perfect ambience for each location. In this case, the sound of waves play constantly over the sound system. Contrived, but somehow it works. I prefer this beach location more than the Fullerton one, but my favorites are probably still Ann siang or raffles city as they just look more.. European?
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🚗 : carpark D3 (erp parking) is closest
💡 : Avoid weekends for now as they just opened end Nov 2019 and you know how Singaporeans rush to be the first then complain about the crowd. Weekdays are fine.

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This was the other dish we tried and enjoyed. Very large in portion (two people can share and probably still have some leftovers), it has the lovely aromatics of a Thai Tom Yum but only a hint of its spiciness. The gravy has a sourish note which entices you to keep sipping, and the seafood tastes fresh as well.
I have not doubt this is going to rapidly become a popular item at the beachside branch of P.S. Cafe.

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M E D I A T A S T I N G
Honestly, I think the new “P.S. Cafe by the Sea” does not require any help in being promoted because when I was there in their third day of operations for dinner, the place was so packed the operations manager Alison mentioned they had to turn people away.
P.S. Cafe has always had a winning formula and their latest outlet which happens to be housed within a minimalist but stylish standalone structure right on the East Coast Park, is clearly something everyone who lives in the eastern end of our little red dot, feels the need to have in their lives. And why not? The brand that stands for effortlessly cool, casual space meets extensive menu of well-executed dishes and an on-the-ball team, has always proven to be extremely likeable.
Besides popular favourites (hello famous truffle fries!) and regular items you can find at any P.S. Cafe (like the dessert of Profiteroles), this branch offers a few exclusive seafood-focussed dishes that are definitely worth trying.
The one I highly recommend is the Chorizo & Calamari Stew ($30++). Big enough to be shared by two, it has a very appetising gravy that’s seasoned on point and is chockfull of quality ingredients. The large pieces of squid are cut in a way that keeps them exceedingly tender to the bite. Also in the bowl are chunky slices of BBQ sausage, chorizo, soft-cooked mealy white beans, tomatoes, capsicums and jalapeños. Served on the side are slices of crusty bread (one’s topped with a black olive aioli) and breadsticks to help make sure none of that yummy gravy goes to waste.

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