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 - 06:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 10:00pm

07:30am - 06:00pm

07:30am - 06:00pm

07:30am - 06:00pm

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Second time back to Toby’s Estate at Robertson Quay. We had Brekkie of Champion $25 and Toby’s French Toast $14, coupled with great coffee. They have 1 for 1 deals if you have Entertainer.

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For this set, you can choose to have eggs in any style you prefer, with either a brioche, sourdough or croissant. Got the scrambled eggs with croissant and the croissant is really delicious!! However, $10 might be a bit too pricey for this simple set. Ambience in the cafe was good too, nice decor and chill vibes.

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The eggs ben was alright, nothing spectacular. In fact it’s on the steeper side of price -$21.

Would however recommend the rainbow fries which consist a mixture of sweet potato, purple sweet potato, taro & potato fries. These yummy snacks are also nicely paired with their homemade mayonnaise sauce.

What a let-down after a great brunch at Toby’s Estate. The waffles are just a Belgian waffle with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, berries, berry compote and chocolate sauce. The waffle wasn’t even warm, and it felt like pre-made Belgian waffles that lacked any trace of fluffiness or crispiness. It was just dry and hard. I didn’t like the berry compote this was served with as it caused the already disappointing waffle to get soggy the longer it sat in the bowl. This definitely doesn’t deserve to be on their favourites menu. Shouldn’t have wasted calories or money on this and opted for the French Toast or something else instead.

Came for brunch and really enjoyed the vibes of this place! At the Robertson Quay, and there was quite a crowd during the weekend, but we managed to get a table quite quickly. I had the eggs benedict -brooklyn style with stew beef which was delicious! ($20) and my hb had the Brekkie of Champions($25) The portions were pretty decent especially when we used entertainer which had 1 for 1!

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This café is a go-to for amazing coffee and decent wholesome brunch with your friends or family. I love their Breakkie of Champions - harissa sausage, espresso-cured bacon, sautéed mushrooms, salad, roasted vine tomatoes and poached eggs, with brioche. Phew! Didn’t want to have the beans so I prefer more mushrooms for mine. For a more relaxing time, avoid the peak period from 1030am onwards on weekends. We arrived at 1015am and missed the rush hour. :)

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