PS.Cafe (One Fullerton)

The ol' UsQuBa at One Fullerton has made way for this PS.Cafe outlet, complete with sweeping views of the Bay

This space was once home to the illustrious Butter Factory before it closed in 2015, and then UsQuBa took over for a couple of years before PS.Cafe One Fullerton moved in and completely redecorated the space. Complete with white decor and white windows to provide sweeping views of MBS, the Merlion and the waters below while allowing natural light to fill the restaurant, this outlet makes for a pretty brunch spot in the fringes of Singapore's CBD.

Many restaurants in Singapore look to nature for inspiration when it comes to decor, while others go out of their way to plonk themselves among nature itself. If you love having a good meal in the open but can’t be bothered to go all the way to Seletar Aerospace Park or make the climb up Dempsey Hill, there’s always the trusty ol’ PS.Cafe.

While we personally enjoy the more intimate, cozier outlet on Ann Siang Hill, we’ve got to hand it to them for this outlet at One Fullerton, which also happens to be their biggest one yet. In case you forgot, PS.Cafe had its early beginnings as a little cafe hidden within the Projectshop clothing store, but quickly rose over 17 years because of its charm and quirky spin on savoury cafe staples. Yes, we’re talking about the truffle shoestring fries and unapologetically indulgent cakes.

This 5000 sq. ft. outlet can sit 160 people and boasts sweeping views of MBS, the Merlion and the waters below. While it may not be the greatest outlet to have a quiet evening (you can go to their Ann Siang or Dempsey Hill outlets for that), a table on the open-air terrace or within the private dining room is perfect for an evening out. There’s also a sprawling bar area to try out concoctions like their take on the Singapore Sling.

Venue Details
Address: PS.Cafe (One Fullerton), #02-03B/04 One Fulleron, 1 Fullerton Rd., Singapore, 049213 Singapore
Phone: 8812-3198
Area: Central, Marina Bay
Cuisine: Cafe
Price Range: $$
Open since: August, 2017
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 11:30am-11pm; Thu 11:30am-midnight; Fri 11:30-1am; Sat 9:30-1am
Nearest trainRaffles Place
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