Local brand PS.Cafe has launched its latest addition at River Valley’s newly refurbished Great World (previously known as Great World City).

Spanning over 4,300 sq ft, the space can accommodate up to 125 guests, offering a comfortable space in the prime spot of the revamped shopping centre – loads of NEW F&B outlets there.

Despite current ‘circumstances’, the cafe was relatively packed when I visited during a weekday night.

Most diners head over to PS.Cafe for Truffle Shoestring Fries ($16) – almost every table had a plate. Of course, it does get boring after while.

If you are a regular, you can look forward to a “Spice Route” menu special, with dishes added with house-blended Indian spices and herbs.

Exclusive items to this PS.Cafe at Great World include the Spiced Biryani Salad ($26), Masala Roast Chicken ($33), Lamb Pilaf Pie ($36), and Impossible Bombay Koftas ($28) featuring the Impossible plant-based meat.

Not the cheapest items, so do be prepared to foot a heftier bill.

I was recommended the Flame Grilled Tandoori Chicken Sandwich ($26), comprising of a toasted Turkish bread, eggplant and tomato chutney, ‘gunpowder’ mayo, cabbage and mustard slaw, with crisp green salad.

Okay, a $26 sandwich.

At least it was hearty and satisfying. The bread worked well with the ingredients with pita-like texture and a lovely crisp.

I also enjoyed the tinge of spice that made a typically-boring sandwich more exciting to the bite. The salad had a bright, tangy dressing which helped balance out the richness.

Located at the heart of the cafe is a dessert showcase offering fresh bakes and sweet treats for grab-and-go.

Latest additions include the Normandy Pie of the Day ($9) – a French-inspired shortcrust pastry open-faced pie available in apple or apricot and Cinnamon Dipping Fingers ($7) with warm homemade chocolate dip.

PS.Cafe has also brought back its Burnt Rum & Raisin Cheesecake ($12), comprising of the quintessential burnt cheesecake recipe topped with macerated raisins, drizzled with burnt rum sauce.

While I would have preferred it to be more molten, the cheesecake was still soft and moreish, and the topping of rum-soaked raisins offered a subtle alcoholic flavour and textural component.

PS.Cafe’s bakery also features dessert and pastry items such as Caramelised Cinnamon Croissant Scroll ($6), Nutty Sticky Honey Bun ($6), a fluffy roll topped with honey caramel, pecans, almonds and walnuts and Giant Eclairs ($9) that come in three different flavours: lemon and passionfruit, dark chocolate & nougat, and espresso.

Open daily from 8am to 10pm, PS.Cafe serves up breakfast from 8am to 11am, with a brunch menu served from 9.30am to 4pm on weekends and public holidays.

PS.Cafe at Great World
1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-155, Singapore 237994
Tel: +65 6708 9288
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm (Mon – Fri), 9:30am – 10pm (Sat, Sun, PH), Last Order 9:30pm

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