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Riders Cafe

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Nestled among the greenery of the Saddle Club, this airy, laidback cafe in a classic black and white colonial building serves a menu of Western fare like eggs benedict, wasabi salmon salad and baked Chilean cod. If you're lucky, you might see horses trotting by the window.

Tue - Thu: 08:00 - 21:00

Fri - Sat: 08:00 - 22:00

Sun: 08:00 - 21:00

Closed: Mon

+65 64669819
$26 based on 181 submissions
Brunch (90 votes), Breakfast (79 votes), Quiet (62 votes)
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Not much horses but plenty of good food

Full review and pictures on https://cheryltaro.wordpress.com/2015/02/06/foodbook-riders-cafe/ :)
We arrived too late for brunch (ends at 11am dear me), and had to go for their mains. Bit of a pity though, because I heard loads about their brunch menu. Please extend the time, Riders Cafe? I chose a Portobello & Halloumi Burger with Onions, Rocket and Fries ($17). It was certainly delicious – the portobello was extremely well-marinated and each bite was bursting with flavour. Fries were pretty well-seasoned, although there is the option to top-up a few bucks and have the regular fries changed to truffle fries (YES).  Full review and pictures on https://cheryltaro.wordpress.com/2015/02/06/foodbook-riders-cafe/ :)

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  • Death by chocolate cake11 votes
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  • Brunch menu5 votes
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• 06 Feb 2015 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Not much horses but plenty of good food

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Full review and pictures on https://cheryltaro.wordpress.com/2015/02/06/foodbook-riders-cafe/ :)
We arrived too late for brunch (ends at 11am dear me), and had to go for their mains. Bit of a pity though, because I heard loads about their brunch menu. Please extend the time, Riders Cafe? I chose a Portobello & Halloumi Burger with Onions, Rocket and Fries ($17). It was certainly delicious – the portobello was extremely well-marinated and each bite was bursting with flavour. Fries were pretty well-seasoned, although there is the option to top-up a few bucks and have the regular fries changed to truffle fries (YES).  Full review and pictures on https://cheryltaro.wordpress.com/2015/02/06/foodbook-riders-cafe/ :)
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• 02 Feb 2015 • 0 review • 0 follower

NEVER EVER ORDER BRIOCHE FRENCH TOAST BERRIES

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I was very disappointed. I returned to enjoy my Brioche French Toast - Berries but what came to my table looks very unappealing and unappetizing. None of my 7 other friends have a positive expression upon seeing it. All I got was " Oh!~ Hmmm" or jus frowns in silent. The ingredient had changed. I went ahead to ask and the waiter said they have changed the ingredient. Honestly speaking, it looks like I have ordered melted s***/ diarrhea if its more apt. The color and the presentation does not looks good at all. When I used my knife to nudge the toppings, it was wobbly. Really not appetizing. After that i decided to sweep it all off and just eat the french toast but everything starts sliding off revealing the brown hazlenut toppings. I do not wish to describe how the s*** looking toppings looks like when it slides. The topping is pretty runny and having the brown mixed with dark red berries jam really just look like what I see in the restroom.
 
 Enough of the outlook, the taste of the brown topping was hazlenut and quite sweet. The berries was just like normal jam. I do not know what was the yellow round thing beside because the toppings was already too sweet. The maple syrup was not even necessary. =( Brown topping tasted like a more hazelnut and watery nutella and that’s all. Nothing special. I really do not know why they have to give so much. The topping was about ¾ cup.
 
 At the end of the brunch, ½ of the 2nd toast was not finished cus too “jelat” and my whole plate was flooded with brown toppings. I was kind of forcing myself to eat throughout. 
 
 It was really unsatisfying. I will reconsider if I should return. The waitress came over to asked if our food was okay even when we sound out and commented that it was not nice but there was no replacement. SAD. I would be better if something was counter offered.
 
 In the end I paid the full $16 for the plate of  the hmmmm….
 
 I wanted to order something else I had in the past but I held back because I never know what is going to be on my plate again.
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• 26 Jan 2015 • 33 reviews • 0 follower

Disappointing!

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So I went back to riders cafe again since it is so famous!! Apparently they changed the dish for their PACIFIC BENEDICT.
There are no more huge chunks of swimmer crab, no shrimp hollandaise sauce! 

Read about my updated experience here: 

http://nickeatfood.blogspot.sg/2014/10/riders-cafe.html
 


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