This charming test kitchen hidden in Tiong Bahru, offers takeaway goodies such as artisanal pizzas, hearty salads, pizza pockets, sinful desserts and carefully selected wines at neighbourhood prices.
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Perfect dinner ambience & great food
P.S Cafe Petit located at Tiong Bahru is not to be confused with the main P.S Cafe outlets. The cafe here is more of a self-service concept and sells drinks, pizzas and ice-cream instead of meat or pasta mains. The thing I love about P.S. Cafe Petit is the amazingggg ambience, especially at night. If you've been to the main P.S. Cafe outlet at Harding Road or Palais Renaissance, P.S Cafe Petit is the cosier sister of those outlets. Dim lights, walls of wines, marbled flooring, teak tables and more laidback feel as compared to the main outlets. I actually prefer the petit outlet more. My friend and I ordered a seafood marinara pizza and two drinks. You pay at the counter and bring a tablet thingy to your table and that thing will buzz when your food is ready for collection.
The pizza was served in a paper box and I was a little taken aback cos I was expecting a plate or something. The pizza tasted flavorful and soft. It was a joy to eat. The seafood on the pizza tasted really fresh and the pizza is oily, but in a good way. The oil looked like tomato oil of some sort and it made the whole pizza taste really good. We ended the meal with two scoops of ice cream - apple pie and chocolate ice cream. I love the hint of cinnamon and chunks of graham biscuit in the apple pie ice-cream, the chocolate ice cream on the other hand, tasted average and icy so I would recommend you to try the apple pie ice cream! Total bill for a pizza, two drinks and two scoops of ice-cream came up to $46+, a little steep but its a treat and indulgence that's fine to have once in a while ^^