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Kith Cafe (Park Mall)

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Kith is known for its distinctive blend of coffee, boasting of a rich and deep flavour, neither too weak or too strong and without a bitter aftertaste. It boasts of home-cooked original recipes using select ingredients, carefully sourced simple delicacies like freshly baked breads and pastries.

Daily: 08:00 - 22:00

+65 63388611
$24 based on 59 submissions
Brunch (20 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (16 votes), Breakfast (11 votes)
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Never disappoints

Second time to Kith Cafe, and it met our expectations.

We ordered the sweet corn omelette, which was surprisingly good. The eggs were velvety and tasty. Add a dash of black pepper for that something extra.

Their truffle fries used to be better - when they were the thin kind and served in a bowl. Could do with more truffle taste, but nevertheless still crispy and yummy.

Their smoked salmon pesto pizza was huge. probably too much for 1 serving - unless the eater doesnt have any sides. Delicious and goes well with the thick layer of cheese, but could do with more pesto sauce (smoked salmon kind of overwhelms everything in terms of flavour. not that i'm complaining)

Cappucino was good. Creamy thick milk taste yet light and smooth coffee. Didn't quite fancy the slightly bitter powder that was sprinkled on the top

Definitely worth a visit!

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  • Big Breakfast7 votes
  • Corn Omelette4 votes
  • Truffle fries4 votes
  • Bacon sandwich2 votes
  • Cappuccino1 vote
  • Earl Grey Caramel Latte1 vote
  • Linguine and King Prawns1 vote
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• 26 Dec 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Never disappoints

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Second time to Kith Cafe, and it met our expectations.

We ordered the sweet corn omelette, which was surprisingly good. The eggs were velvety and tasty. Add a dash of black pepper for that something extra.

Their truffle fries used to be better - when they were the thin kind and served in a bowl. Could do with more truffle taste, but nevertheless still crispy and yummy.

Their smoked salmon pesto pizza was huge. probably too much for 1 serving - unless the eater doesnt have any sides. Delicious and goes well with the thick layer of cheese, but could do with more pesto sauce (smoked salmon kind of overwhelms everything in terms of flavour. not that i'm complaining)

Cappucino was good. Creamy thick milk taste yet light and smooth coffee. Didn't quite fancy the slightly bitter powder that was sprinkled on the top

Definitely worth a visit!
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  • Lovely satisfying meal! Probably too much for 2 to handle, we had to pack the leftover pizza
• 14 Nov 2014 • 137 reviews • 7 followers

Not the best brunch, but accptable

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For pictures and full review, pls visit:
http://madamechewy.com/2014/11/14/kith-cafe/

Because I needed to run some errands at Dhoby Gaut, bestie and I met at Kith Café at Park Mall for a quick brunch. We arrived at 11am and all the indoor seats were taken, fortunately we managed to snag a table at the alfresco area overlooking the field above Dhoby Ghaut MRT . Thank goodness it was a cool day. The café is simply furnished and has a play area between the 2 alfresco sections to occupy children. Brunch offerings are uncomplicated and fuss-free. Service was polite and efficient. According to M, her Latte ($4) was satisfactory and not too acidic. Upon sipping the Iced Rooibos Lemon Myrtle tea ($6.50), I immediately regretted my choice. It tasted….weird, somewhat artificial. There was not a doubt that the overwhelming lemon masked the aroma of the rooibos. How I wished I’d ordered the Iced Earl Grey Lavender instead.

Cajun Scrambled Eggs ($15). Just look at the amazing moisture of the eggs. Amidst the lushness, you’ll find Smoke Bratwurst, capsicums, onions, chilli, mozzarella, black truffle (very faint flavour though). Toast selection includes multigrain, sourdough, white, brioche, ciabatta, spelt and gluten-free toast. My pick was brioche, which was oh-so-pillowy. My only grouse would be that there was insufficient bratwurst, which gave bursts of heat and saltiness, to break the monotony of the eggs.

The fluffy and creamy Sweet Corn Omelette ($16) should please most palates. Accompanied with crispy bacon, brioche toast, healthy mixed greens with avocado and zesty tomato coriander salsa.

We’re always on the hunt for the best truffle fries. Sadly, Kith Café’s Truffle Fries ($9.50) failed to impress. While the straight cut fries were crispy and not too oily, there was only moderate truffle flavor (despite requesting for additional truffle oil). We’ve had better elsewhere.

The Salted Caramel Brownie ($8.50) was nothing to shout about. Elements include a slab of salted caramel walnut layered atop a (slightly dry) brownie, paired with a scoop of light Vanilla Gelato.
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• 23 Sep 2014 • 296 reviews • 15 followers

Go for the eggs, not the pancakes

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We had the spicy Cajun scrambled eggs (eggs scrambled with smoked bratwurst, chilli flakes, onions, mozzarella and black truffle, $15) at Kith Cafe on Park Mall. This dish is more worth paying for than the thin pancakes with honey mascarpone, maple butter and few mixed berries ($14).
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