Mon: 12:00 - 22:00
Wed - Thu: 12:00 - 22:00
Fri: 12:00 - 23:00
Sat: 11:00 - 23:00
Sun: 10:00 - 19:00
Kitchen closes 1 hour before cafe closure.
Brewing pleasantries along Dunlp Street, Rouse strive to give everyone the best and intricate hangout places and greater appreciation for espresso coffee with fine selections of sumptuous foods.
Tucked in a narrow street, this cafe's deco is very rustic and old school. Even the plates and cups are almost antiques. Been here for dinner and brunch too. On sundays they have a special bfast Rouse platter with generous servings of bacon, sausages, scrambled eggs and roasted tomatoes. whenever i come here, i will always order krabby patty
It was a pretty chill cafe; my friend and I was the only customer during 8pm dinner time. (Probably due to the haze) Steak and salsa fries: The portion surprised me a little when it arrived on my table. Steak was carefully sliced into bite-size and cooked to the right rareness; salsa for the fries was too plain for me. The dish won't make you full but gives your stomach storage a 70% satisfaction. Salted egg calamari roll: the calamari rings were coated with salted egg sauce. The salted egg sauce was weak. The rings were nicely breaded but the sauce made it mushy. Ok la. Salted caramel rainbow cheesecake: the first taste was a tad too sweet, and subsequently we got used to it. I like the combination of honeycomb waffles on top. Overall I enjoyed the cake, but couldn't taste much of the cheese.
They gave me remnants of fries for my meal of beef burger and fries, which is oily bits of fries at the bottom of the tossing bowl, now consolidated into a portion and served to me. And when I asked for mayonnaise, they replied that they didn't serve it - when of their dishes contains mayonnaise.
The food was also served on a metal place that was too small to contain my burger and chip-bits, and so light that the plate turned every time I cut into the burger.
When I wanted to have a change of seat because the aircon would be blowing my food cold, they had no alternative seat for me, in spite a table being reserved for 2 hours but not having the reserving guests arrive to take it.
The burger was good but the brown and oily remnants of fries spoilt it.
They are barely a few months old but is always full house during weekends. Love the feel of this rustic cafe, very laid back and intricate hangout place with friends. We tried the Bakul of Bites ($13.90) offering a platter of sweet potato fries, onion rings & orange glazed chicken wings. The Crabby Patty ($17.90) topped with mango salsa & house salad on the side was nothing fantastic. However, we quite like the Salmon Stack ($12.90) offering triple decker smoked salmon sandwich stuffed with crispy onion rings. Their house blend is roasted specially for them by Dutch Colony Coffee Roasters with a blend of Sumatran beans and Ethopian beans. Bright and smokey cuppa that leaves a strong roasty aftertaste. Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/20-halal-cafes-in-singapore/