Local brand PS.Cafe has launched its latest addition at River Valley’s newly refurbished Great World (previously known as Great World City).
Spanning over 4,300 sq ft, the space can accommodate up to 125 guests, offering a comfortable space in the prime spot of the revamped shopping centre – loads of NEW F&B outlets there.
Despite current ‘circumstances’, the cafe was relatively packed when I visited during a weekday night.
Most diners head over to PS.Cafe for Truffle Shoestring Fries ($16) – almost every table had a plate. Of course, it does get boring after while.
If you are a regular, you can look forward to a “Spice Route” menu special, with dishes added with house-blended Indian spices and herbs.
Exclusive items to this PS.Cafe at Great World include the Spiced Biryani Salad ($26), Masala Roast Chicken ($33), Lamb Pilaf Pie ($36), and Impossible Bombay Koftas ($28) featuring the Impossible plant-based meat.
Not the cheapest items, so do be prepared to foot a heftier bill.
I was recommended the Flame Grilled Tandoori Chicken Sandwich ($26), comprising of a toasted Turkish bread, eggplant and tomato chutney, ‘gunpowder’ mayo, cabbage and mustard slaw, with