When we arrived around 10am-ish on Sunday for brunch, this place was packed to bursting capacity. Perhaps it’s because Kith was the only outlet out of the F&B tenants at Quayside Isle that was open for breakfast. We had to wait for nearly 20 minutes for our food to arrive.
Nice to see that Kith Cafe has come a long way since their humble beginnings at Robertson Quay. Kith at Sentosa Cove is their 3rd outlet after outlet number 2 in Park Mall.
Their friendly, down-to-earth vibe is still here. While the food was decent, there were some minor flaws.
The ham & cheese jaffles (fancy term for toasted sandwiches) was nothing special, something I could easily make at home. The scrambled eggs was a bit too mushy in some parts. The breads from the bread basket were a tad dry, perhaps over-toasted. Our flat white and latte were lukewarm.
The best-tasting dish was the fruit salad — a delicious assembly of watermelon, mango, green apple, grapes, mixed berries, and creamy vanilla yogurt.
I think the kitchen must have been swamped, trying to cope with the numerous orders that morning.
Looking out at the sea with yachts bobbing in the marina, dining by Quayside Isle is quite the surreal and idyllic experience. It’s a beautiful place to chill out on a leisurely weekend.
Coming here by public transport is quite a pain. As we had to struggle with a toddler, baby, pram, and huge baby bag, we took a taxi in (admission charge of S$6 on weekends in addition to taxi fare). Click here for directions by public transport to Quayside Isle.
31 Ocean Way
Tel: +65 6734 9007
Open: 8am – 10pm. Closed on Tuesdays.
Images from my Instagram feed (taken with iPhone 4s).