Singapore's largest roof terrace cafe selling australian and italian food while dining al fresco.
211 Roof Terrace Cafe Hot
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Worth a shot if you are in the vicinity
Simply take the escalator beside Cold Storage and you'll see 211 Roof Terrace Cafe on the highest level. As the name tells, it is indeed an outdoor roof dining place. They do have a small air-conditioned area too though, where the cake counter and kitchen are.
This is a lovely place to hang out, have a cuppa and a nice chat with loved one. Don't bother with the indoor seating - just head on out to the roof deck.
Service was ok but prices are really affordable. Food was ordinary. I could see the effort put in to presentation. The breakfast sets are quite worth the money because of the really crispy and crunchy bacon, beautifully-done sunny-side-ups and the finely toasted bread. But for lunch or dinner, they can't seem to make anything that tastes better than average.
Well worth a shot if you're in the vicinity.
Weekday brunches while soaking the sun's rays.
Today was my second time here, the virgin experience dining in singapore's largest roof terrace cafe was with my parents at night sipping coffee and chatting over pizzas and ribs. This time it was here for their brunch menu which starts at 9am and ends at 3. The brunch menu is rather limited, selling over about 8 items.
They have both al fresco and air conditioned dining, but the highlight is of course dining under the skies, so we definitely couldn't miss it, despite the hot weather. We ordered the scones of the day, hi-top toastie, vanilla panna cotta and their warm baked apple crumble to share. Everything was executed well. The scones were served warm with raspberry jam and clotted cream, they stayed soft while we chewed and nibbled slowly throughout the buttery bake studded with raisins. Coupled with the cream and sweet jam, it was a match made in heaven. When the cream was applied on the scone, it melted into a liquid and meld with the jam. Utter decadence.
The hi-top toastie was essentially a thick slice of buttered white bread topped with either a choice of tandoori chicken or mushrooms, mornay sauce and sprinkled with melted cheese. Where meaty meets creamy and buttery fluffiness. Just imagine.