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Riders Cafe

3.6

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Steak and GrillsWestern
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 183 submissions
Brunch (91 votes), Breakfast (81 votes), Quiet (62 votes)
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BRUNCH WITH HORSES: 5 MUST-TRIES AT RIDERS CAFE

Get up-close to nature this weekend by making a reservation at Riders Cafe! This famous eating-house is not air-conditioned, but that does not stop locals and expatriates from dining in the heat. Here’s a guide to 5 mouthwatering must-tries at Riders Cafe.

Here's our top-5! Head over to our site for a review completed with description, prices and pictures: http://www.snappytrend.com/food/cafes/riders-cafe-review-singapore/

1. BRIOCHE FRENCH TOAST 2. PACIFIC BENEDICT 3. SMOKED SALMON & SWEET CORN HASH 4. PEANUT BUTTER JELLY SHAKE 5. DEATH BY CHOCOLATE CAKE

Read more (accompanied with tips) at http://www.snappytrend.com/food/cafes/riders-cafe-review-singapore/

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• 11 Jun 2015 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

BRUNCH WITH HORSES: 5 MUST-TRIES AT RIDERS CAFE

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Get up-close to nature this weekend by making a reservation at Riders Cafe! This famous eating-house is not air-conditioned, but that does not stop locals and expatriates from dining in the heat. Here’s a guide to 5 mouthwatering must-tries at Riders Cafe.

Here's our top-5! Head over to our site for a review completed with description, prices and pictures: http://www.snappytrend.com/food/cafes/riders-cafe-review-singapore/

1. BRIOCHE FRENCH TOAST 2. PACIFIC BENEDICT 3. SMOKED SALMON & SWEET CORN HASH 4. PEANUT BUTTER JELLY SHAKE 5. DEATH BY CHOCOLATE CAKE

Read more (accompanied with tips) at http://www.snappytrend.com/food/cafes/riders-cafe-review-singapore/
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• 04 Jun 2015 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

feeling of overseas' cafe in sg

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Only worth to visit for view and on special occasions. sit at outdoor corridor seats if wanna spot horses. this place is only accessible with car.. the food wise, taste not too bad. however, for the portion they providing the price is a little steep.
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• 06 Feb 2015 • 11 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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