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.
Nice place to catch up with friends. Opens for breakfast daily at 7:30, we had the eggs benedict which was not bad at all. And can change the base from white toasts to sourdough for personal preferences.
No service fee but all the service included, orders are taken by the table, the server would brought you water and cups...and most importantly, free WIFI.
We went there today and were totally disappointed. Most reviews referring to the horrible service applied to us. Kid's hamburger arrived after 40 minutes, which they had announced so fine. But there's probably a waiter still circling the tables with the Rodyk poached eggs for me and my wife. When after nearly an hour and a half we got upset and complained we got the bill and they only charged us the drinks. But guess how long I had to wait for my credit card to come back. Sorry, but by all means: avoid.
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