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Please do take note that no mains are served between 3-6PM.
Away from the fast-paced life in Singapore, Riders Cafe is tucked cosily among the greens at Bukit Timah. With an exclusive location at Fairways Drive, Rider’s Cafe certainly stands out in an industry that is already saturated with cafes serving brunch. Whether you want to enjoy a hearty, classic American brunch or one with a contemporary twist, Riders Cafe has a great range to choose from. With the option to dine al fresco, soak up the beautiful scenery and feel the wind in your hair while you sip on the freshest cup of coffee to kick start your day. Everyone needs a break from the bustling life of Singapore, and Rider’s cosy and serene ambience is the perfect go-to place to unwind. Make an online reservation to avoid queueing for a table!
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rider's cafe is always a favorite brunch place for everyone with airy & spacious environment but it can get too warm because there's no aircon & the sunlight will shine in if you are sitting at the outer areas. Breakfast food is good as usual though the portion is small & it's on the pricey side. Their lunch menu were not the best though. the best thing is it comes with free parking but the horse stable beside it can let the cafe be quite smelly.
The menu variety is a bit limited. Will be good to have more choice. Food is fresh. Service is ok.
Kind of disappointed with the Valentine's set menu. Apart from that, staffs are very friendly, service was good. Overall is okay except that the restaurant is a bit warm.
Jan Yeo, owner of the beautiful, tranquil Riders Cafe, has built us a perfect place to relish creative American breakfast varieties. Catered to customers with a taste for the freshest and most interesting combinations of ingredients, Rider’s innovative chefs create uncommon dishes such as the watermelon and raw snapper salad, pork shoulder chipotle-chili tostados and the slow-cooked Scotch egg. This extensive menu can be enjoyed six days a week – the cafe is closed on Mondays – with a separate brunch menu available on weekends between 8am to 3pm.
Some of Riders Cafe’s desserts are made in-house, keeping the creative power close to home, and the hot favourite has to be the Death By Chocolate Cake. Their belief in the importance of using high quality ingredients extends to their coffee beans as well, with beans sourced from Grinders in Melbourne. On top of having both simple comfort food and more complex dishes, Riders serves dishes geared towards children as well, making it a suitable place not just for dates, but for families as well. Located at the Bukit Timah Saddle Club, after dining at Riders, customers can see beautiful horses right at the cafe’s perimeter.