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Kith Cafe At Park Mall

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It’s June! My favourite month out of the twelve, especially this year with the Europe trip drawing so very near. That said, June definitely got off to a good start with a double date brunch with M & V at Kith Cafe on a sunny, sunny Saturday. The skies were so blue and that put me in a wondrous mood. I reckon no one will ever understand my love for blue skies. No one. (Let me know if you do.)

First off, thumbs up to Kith Cafe’s location conveniently and thankfully situated at a less than crowded Park Mall. Cafes like these are nothing but a sheer lack of in town so I believe we’re all terribly grateful for Kith sprouting an outlet there.

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Handwritten menus certainly added the casual-personal punch. Their tables had such edgy edges of uneven lengths, hosting wood of various textures and colours with slabs of cheery yellow here and there. They reminded me of Emma’s DIY Wood Pallet Table over at A Beautiful Mess, one of my daily reads!

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While waiting for our friends, we’d gotten two aromatic cups of Roasted Hazelnut and Vanilla Lattes ($5 each). I find myself seeking sweeter doses of caffeine whenever I’m at a cafe with only one task that is — to chill. Because magazines excite me more than new clothes, I have to mention that Kith Cafe’s zine selection is superb. At least to me.

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C & I shared the Big Breakfast ($16.50) platter with an additional order of smoked salmon at $4. It came with half a grilled tomato, though slightly burnt, smoked Bratwurst, sautéed mushrooms, bacon (that was nice and chewy as opposed to the crispy sort), your choice of eggs (we had scrambled, our favourite. Nothing like moist, fluffy and oh so buttery eggs greeting you for brunch) as well as your choice of toast. We opted for brioche and they were certainly generous with that.

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V’s Corn Omelette ($16) that came with her choice of toast — brioche, avocado, tomatoes as well as bacon.

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M’s order of Green Eggs ($15) featuring basil pesto scrambled eggs together with a cherry tomato salad. I’m so going to attempt whipping up some green eggs on my own. I mean, I love pesto and I love scrambled eggs so Green Eggs sounds perfect don’t they?

Kith Cafe definitely gave us a good impression and I believe other raving reviews have come to the same conclusion. On top of the good food they serve, their location gives me no reason not to return so I’m sure to be back for more. For coffee, brunch, oh and I’m bent on trying their pastas! (Though they are a tad pricey at about $22.)

Kith Cafe
9 Penang Road 
#01-01E  Park Mall
Singapore 238459Opening hours: Everyday 8am – 10pm
Tel: 6338 8611

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