PoTeaTo

PoTeaTo is a cafe located in Tiong Bahru and as its name suggests, the specialties here are potato inspired dishes and tea.

   

I decided to drop by for dinner to check out their offerings.

Menu:

When you are ready to place your order, head over to the counter with your order and make your payment at the same time. The food will be served to your table.

Here’s what we tried…

Iced Peach & Lychee ($5.60) and Iced Mocha ($5.60) – The Peach & Lychee tea was quite refreshing and had pieces of lychee in it.


Left: Potato & Leek Soup ($4.80)
                                   Right: Cream of Potato ($5.20)

 

My hubby had the Potato & Leek soup and he loved it but I don’t like leek so I went with the Cream of Potato and was pleasantly surprised to find corn, bacon bits and grated cheese in it as well. Both soups come with a slice of toast and I must say that these hot soups are quite satisfying.


Fish and Chips, served with shoestring and sweet potato fries ($15) – The fish wasn’t particularly outstanding but the sweet potato fries (i.e. the orange coloured ones) were exceptionally good!! I love sweet potato and will definitely order these fries as a separate order on my next visit!


Herb Grilled Chicken with Potato Salad ($16) – Looks healthy with 2 types of salads and in my opinion, this tasted much better than the fish!


Verdict: Overall quite satisfying cafe fare and the sweet potato fries are a MUST TRY!


Address:
PoTeaTo
78 Yong Siak Street, #01-18
Singapore 163078.

Phone: +65 62212488

Email: eat@poteato.sg

Opening Hours:
Tue – Fri: 12pm – 10:30pm
Sat: 10am – 10:30pm
Sun: 10am – 9pm

Note:
Brunch is served from 10am – 2:30pm (Sat, Sun & Public Holidays)
Lunch is available from 12pm -2:30pm (Tues – Fri)
Hi-Tea is served from 2:30pm to 6pm (Tues – Sun)
Dinner is served from 6pm (Tues – Sun)
Kids’ Meals are served from 6pm onwards (Tues – Sun).
Desserts are available from 2:30pm onwards (Tues – Sun)

Getting There by MRT: 10min walk from Tiong Bahru station

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