Today’s breakfast was at this quaint hidden cafe in Robertson Quay that’s garnered several rave reviews on local food blogs and magazines. The menu is small but down-to-earth. Think expresso-based beverages, gourmet Gryphon teas, simple sandwiches, and homemade cakes and muffins.
They also have an all-day Big Breakfast set, but we were in the mood for something light and wholesome today.
No surprises about the toasties. Pleasant to munch on, but no wow moment. The green apple chunks were a nice touch. Surprising, they were atypically sweet. Seems like they had been lightly macerated in sweetened orange juice.
With raisin and orange peel embedded within thick, pillowy, and chewy bread, the rustic brioche proved to be more memorable. *Heart* the gorgeous butter that came with it, as well as the sweet plain yogurt with fresh strawberries.
In addition, I requested for some of their homemade strawberry jam, which is more like a watery, tangy compote rather than jam.
Seating is very limited, both indoors and outdoors. We highly recommend sitting al fresco, as the indoor ventilation is rather bad.
Even though it was a hot sunny day, it was still far more pleasant to sit outdoors facing the river as there was sufficient shade and breeze.
No complaints about the food and beverages. Though they weren’t anything fancy, they were made with quality ingredients.
Hubby’s only complaint was the limited number of seats, plus they weren’t too comfortable. But I guess that’s part of Kith Cafe’s laidback charm.
7 Rodyk Street
#01-33 Watermark@Robertson Quay
Tel: +65 6341 9407
Open daily: 7am to 7pm