Noshery Cafe at Nosh, Rochester Park
Noshery Café is hidden away in a corner of Rochester Park and you might miss it if you don’t stop and look around. I thought I got lost while looking for it as it is well concealed behind the greenery.
We spontaneously decided on coming here after seeing the pretty rustic interior, spacious al fresco seating area and of course, how can I forget to mention, the largest pull factor; the food temptation. We are glad we went on with our choice as it turns out to be one of the BEST café I been to this year! (ok 5/12 a year so far)
The Weekend Brunch Menu
We shared the Yakitori Salmon, crabcake eggs benedict and buttermilk biscuits.
This was definitely the highlight here. Looks rather unassuming in terms of looks, but stands out in taste. Definitely a dish that our taste buds jumping for joy!
The fragrance of the coconut emanates from the rice making it creamy, like the texture of mushy nasi lemak rice. I will come back for this again and again.
Crabcake benedict with coconut curry sauce. Not sure if it is due to having the salmon first, I felt that the coconut curry taste was rather weak and mild but thumbs up for the beautifully poached egg. Crabcake has a nice crust outside and was creamy moist within.
To end off, we had the buttermilk biscuits with whipped butter and honey as accompaniment. The biscuits are flaky and buttery but I would have preferred berry jam and chocolate sauce to go along with them.
A surprisingly quiet café for a weekend and one closer to home, I am beginning to plan going back with other friends to try out more food and take 784362 wefies/OOTD in the Instagram-esque café! Haha
Address: 9 Rochester Park, Singapore (139920)
Opening Hours: Tues – Fri: 1130 – 2230; Sat & Sun: 1030 – 2230