Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Kith Cafe @ Watermark (Robertson Quay)

Over the years, Robertson Quay has been home to many restaurants and cafes. Some disappear after a few years, some revamped, but those which maintains their standard stay.

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Kitch Cafe, situated along the river and right below Watermark condominium, was opened in 2009. It's very small. I think barely 10 seats inside and another 10 outside. The cafe looks like a page out of Wallpaper magazine.

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A huge blackboard shows all the food and drinks and prices clearly. Free flow ice water is available outside of the cafe.

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From what I know, this cafe is opened by a lady. I am not sure if she is a Japanese or Chinese though, but I see some Japanese writings from the cafe'g website and blog. The cafe emits a very friendly and homey feeling to diners. A great place to chill out both in the morning, afternoon and evening. (they open at 7am and close at 7pm everyday).

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Sea salt and fresh black pepper.

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One of the best milkshake I had for a long time - Nutella and hazelnut milkshake. It's creamy and refreshingly chocolately.

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My early dinner consisting of Smoked salmon + honey yogurt + celery + chedder + Panini . The Panini is freshly pressed and heated in their panini machine. Didn't know that combination of smoked salmon and honey yogurt could go so well.

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For dessert, Cheese cake with Strawberry sauce. I find the cheese cake ordinary. But the straberry sauce was a nice touch.

This is one cafe which deserves to stay at Robertson Quay for a long time.


Kith Cafe
7 Rodyk Street
#01-33
Watermark @ Robertson Quay

2 comments:

  1. The cheesecake looks so ordinary that I am convinced I must give it a try!

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