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45 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069719

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11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 01:00am

09:30am - 01:00am

09:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

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Anyone who knows me knows that my favorite cake in the world is ps cafe's chocolate blackout. Hence, it was with apprehension that I ordered this Mango and Banana Crumble. Thank God I did, for I was rewarded with the best crumble I've ever had.

Warm crumbly buttery crust accompanied by the a goey centre of thai honey mangoes and banana, it was a bite as comforting as ab embrace. I loved the way the tropical fruity flavor was mellowed just slightly by the caramalization process, yet still sufficient to balance the sinfully-buttery flavor of the dough and crust. And have I mentioned that basic-by-now yet all so satisfying scoop of vanilla bean ice cream? I have no words.

Nice ambience and great pastry (key lime pie)! The coffee (especially the latte), however, was not so great... Perfect place for a mid-day catch-up, if only the coffee was better.

Finally visited PS cafe and ordered this dish at $27. It was a generous portion and very flavourful! Ambience was good. However, the lunch crowd can be crazy so it’s recommended to make a reservation before going! Also ordered truffle fries and they were so good! Portion is good to share among 4 or more friends. The Waiters and Waitresses were also very polite and helpful. Enjoyable dining experience here!

Sticky date putting was served warm in a ladleful of toffee sauce, topped with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream. Toffee sauce was on the sweet side but pairs oh so well with the rich and flavourful cake!

Coconut yogurt parfait, Blackberry compote with honey! Totally my kind of food, very generous portion size.

A nice touch using chocolate instead of cream cheese as a frosting, which goes better with the vanilla bean ice cream.
The garnish, which I suspect is freeze dried raspberries, adds a slight tang to counter the sweetness of the cake.
Light and moist, but the portion is pretty big so it's better to share.