Instagram is an interesting app. It has been discovered as a new watering hole for material and spiritual consumption - especially when it comes to exploring gastronomic pleasures. Apparently, Kith Cafe is no stranger to the locals since the first opening at Robertson Quay three years ago. Preceded by its business expansion and name-droppers on the food print renaissance, I decided to give it a shot.
Fortunately, the Al-fresco seating was comfortable for my native liking in the local weather. I was hoping for an extensive breakfast menu - it seemed like this branch at Park Mall had a basic breakfast menu, with limited choices of breakfast items.
Big Breakfast, $14.00 - I figured that I would enjoy a hearty and wholesome breakfast, since it would be served in generous portions. As I recalled, the breakfast arrived a short while since I ordered. The highlights of this dish were the sausages and the baked tomatoes. Poached eggs can be really tricky. Nevertheless, the eggs were over-poached, and I will prefer crisp bacon instead of soggy pork. Sourdough bread could have been toasted longer - it feels like they have sat there for a while.
Skinny Latte - My cuppa certainly comforted me when the coffee blend did not leave a bitter aftertaste, and the richness of the coffee was sufficiently flavoursome for my tastebuds.
The lure of accessibility might have been a considerable option for one who would desire a relaxing ambience, albeit a basic food menu. After all the ballyhoo, Kith has its hits and misses though I appreciate the coffee and the fanfare that has brought me to understand more about Singapore's cafe repertoire.