Mon - Wed: 07:30 - 18:00
Thu - Sat: 07:30 - 22:00
Sun: 07:30 - 18:00
Toby's Estate is named after the founder and coffee expert Toby Smith, who has 5 cafes and a barista school in Australia. Toby's first outlet in Singapore will feature his signature caffeinated drinks and cakes produced by local bakeries.
Toby's estate located at rodky street is a good place to have breakfast by the river.
i came across this place as i went to work for a cupcake place nearby. i sorta dreaded walking past this place as while people could have a good breakfast i had to work. but it is one of a nice place to chill in the morning with a nice cup of coffee for breakfast
The ambience here is rather unique, tables are rather big and shared so it's more like a coffehouse concept. The coffee here is good, food is good. I'm usually not a fan of egg's benedict but I actually like the eggs benedict here. BUT YOU HAVE TO TRY THE BREAD PUDDING. That is really my all time favourite dish from Toby's estate, the texture is good and not too sweet as well, it was perfect.
Other than the big tables (I usually prefer more cosy places), I don't really have anything to pick on at Toby's Estate. Would definitely come back again.
For the full review and more photos, head over to http://toroamtheworld.blogspot.com/2015/12/food-review-tobys-estate.html
Besides coffee, Toby's Estate serves up delicious brunch food too. I really appreciate their all-day breakfast because this means you can have it on weekday lunches too! (They're closed at night.)
Eggs Benedict ($19): One of their most common orders, this Eggs Benedict came with smoked salmon and a side of mixed greens. It was executed perfectly, with the egg yolks runny and flowy with a small slit from the knife. The two eggs were sitting atop a thick slice of brioche. I would have preferred if there was a bit more smoked salmon though.
Toby's French Toast ($14): This French Toast is made up of a slice of eggy bread topped with green apple slices, berries, and espresso bacon. The bread was soft and indeed the eggy-custardy taste was there. The bacon sounded interesting with the word 'espresso' there, but I felt it tasted like ordinary bacon...? Nevertheless it was a good combination of sweet and savoury. The berry compote was tangy too, which I like to eat with the bread.
Overall, I love this cafe the most for its ambience! It's really very relaxing, regardless of whether you're sitting indoors or outdoors. There's free Wifi here so it's also conducive to do work (during off-peak hours). Their food is delicious too, though a bit pricey given the atas location.
For more reviews, visit: http://huipingtay.blogspot.sg/2015/01/tobys-estate-robertson-quay.html
Fancy spending a lazy afternoon at a peaceful cafe, gracefully sipping an espresso while watching the gentle river flow? Toby's Estate at Rodyk Street, overlooks the Singapore River and provides a relaxing ambience suitable for all ages. Toby's Estate specializes in coffee and provides all day breakfast like many other cafes.
The Toby's French Toast ($14) came with a thick slick of Brioche topped with egg. It is decorated with slices of green apple, raspberries and blueberries, followed by a rash of espresso bacon and finally drizzled in maple syrup. The sweetness of the maple syrup blends in perfectly with the sour berries for a sensational aftertaste. The Toby's French Toast is definitely one of the best french toast i have ever had.
The Pulled Pork Burger ($22) infused with cascara, topped with apple coleslaw is majestically placed between two sesame-topped bun, served with fries and salad. The tenderness of the pulled pork diffuses in your mouth while the acidic apple coleslaw lingers in your mouth.