Toby's Estate

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The Toby’s Estate story started in the coffee plantations of Brazil, Guatemala and Colombia, where founder Toby Smith learnt to grow, roast & cup coffee at the source. Toby's Estate Signature Café & Roastery at Rodyk Street is Toby's first venture outside of Australia, where a team of world class coffee experts is dedicated to creating and serving remarkable coffee every day. At Toby's, you can enjoy some of the best coffees from all over the world and explore the amazing tastes and aromas of these coffee through different brewing methods.

8 Rodyk Street
Singapore 238216

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07:30am - 05:00pm

07:30am - 05:00pm

07:30am - 05:00pm

07:30am - 05:00pm

07:30am - 05:00pm

07:30am - 05:00pm

07:30am - 05:00pm

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Everything was great and on point! Extra points to the freshly made baked beans!

It's always brunch time at this quaint cafe along Roberston Quay! Fuel up with their Brekkie of Champions ($24.50), with a platter of eggs any style, maple bacon, vine tomatoes, roast mushrooms, baked beans, sidecar sausage and crispy, fluffy brioche toast or opt for their classic Eggs Benedict Rodyk Style ($21.50) served with smoked salmon. Your sweet tooth will rejoice with the Toby's French Toast ($16.50) which sees eggy brioche bread topped with berries compote and served with maple syrup and espresso bacon.
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Mac & Cheese done well! Cheese/Béchamel sauce’s the right consistency. The Cheese cracker crust adds that extra saltiness from the milder cheese blend. The wheels of sausage/pepperoni? give the dish an extra bite. Great for sharing. Goes surprisingly well with black coffee (says my coffee-drinking friend).

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Brunch always strings up the sweet and savoury. The Espresso bacon’s sufficiently salty, though one would have expected it griddled to a crisp rather than broiled. The berry sauce is light and tart, and the French toast isn’t smothered with syrup. Oh those aren’t cucumbers but slices of Granny Smith. I guess this is more sweet-sour 🤭

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Lovely cafe to sit and have a snack or light brunch at while doing work. Loads of power points for charging laptops and free wifi! The coffee is definitely the highlight. The GF cake was supplied by the Oh My Goodness bakery that specialises in solely GF bakes so you know it's legit.

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Food was pretty decent - no complaints but it wasn’t anything amazing. The ambience was really nice and chill, makes for a nice weekend brunch spot.