Is there some special formula? Maybe the cuppa of your choice over your comfort food? How about having a few magazines to read while you wait for your food? What about utilizing the time catching up with friends?
Greeted by a lady whose smile as gleaming as the Sun, who later lead us to our table for two with menu served promptly after our seating and I thought to myself “Wow! What a great way to start our brunch pig-out session!” It’s definitely a bonus if staffs are friendly and approachable, paves a good impression on diners to return once more. If weren’t for the hot and humid afternoon, I would have taken the al fresco seats, observing the scenic view of Dhoby Ghaut. Maybe if we came earlier, we could enjoy the morning Sun too!
In my free time, besides high tea and blogging, the other thing I love to do is trying out locally brewed coffee, particularly Cappuccino ($4.00). To me, it’s one of those few cuppas that truly makes a cafe worth re-trying and I am extremely satisfied to sip my wonderfully crafted artwork without even feeling urge to destroy the frothy surface by stirring in a few packets of sugar. Clearly, a testimony that you don’t always need sugar to sweeten your coffee, provided it’s well brewed.
It’s self-explanatory to see what is 2 piece Toast + 2 Eggs ($8.00). Until I have to make decisions about the type of bread I prefer (Multigrain/ Sourdough/ White Brioche/ Spelt) and then choosing the preferred cooking style of my eggs (Poached/ Scrambled/ Sunny Side Up/ Over Easy). Never an easy task. I just wished I could have all instead but I couldn’t…
The multigrains were great with what I think it’s strawberry jam and as for the poached eggs, it just tasted ordinary. If only there’s a gracious amount of rich and buttery hollandaise sauce to go with the pair…
Big Breakfast ($15.50) was not just big but it’s also extremely filling. my partner had a hard time finishing her plate full of food! Everything was great, particularly the smoked bratwurst and the sauteed mushrooms but it would have been perfected if there were hollandaise drizzled over those poached eggs. Maybe we should have opt for scrambled or sunny side up instead?
I felt relaxed right from the moment I stepped in, greeted by warm smiles of staffs who could have serve us in a jiffy, enjoying good food, good drink and good company and last but not least, fairly easy on my wallet too, given that I always eat out. Sounds too good to be true? Why don’t you experience it yourself? Until then, Kith Cafe at Park Mall will be my definition of a good brunch.
9 Penang Road, Singapore 838459
Tel: +65 6338 8611