Top Spots To Satisfy Your Rosti Cravings in Singapore
Singaporeans always on look for new unique foods where the Rosti, something that has becomes a new obsession amongst foodies where this beautifully seared crackling golden-brown crust forms with soft and fluffy inside. Rosti have grown so popular where you can even find them in a coffee shop now. Here are some places where you can hunt for some great Rosti.
This swiss restaurant located at Paya Lebar Quarter is where you can find Rosti here, where Wursthans let you create your own Swiss Meal starting from $14.90 so you can enjoy it with their signature sausage with your crispy Rosti.
If you love European breakfast then check out this popular new breakfast spot selling Rosti and serving all-day breakfast at an affordable price. From as low as $5.90 for a Plain Rosti! Even if you choose to spruce it up a bit with sausage and an egg, it’s still insanely affordable at just S$8.90.
Coucou Authentic Swiss Restaurant and Bar
This might be a bit pricier than other however their Rosti is one of the most authentic Swiss Restaurant here. A Plain Rosti at Coucou starts at S$16, whereas for a bit more at S$24, you can get Veal Sausage and Onion Confit with the Rosti Saucisse de Saint-Gall. Alternatively, cheese lovers will enjoy the Rosti Zermatt (S$28), for the luxurious melted Raclette cheese.
Tolido’s Expresso Nook
If you like classic cafe style then check out here which you can enjoy a good hangout for brunch and Rosti, and you can choose from the range of Sausage (S$17), Smoked Bratwrust (S$19), and Smoked Salmon (S$22) to the more unique Corned Beef (S$19).
This shop where the owner met his girlfriend in Switzerland before he returned to Singapore to open this cafe which serves Rosti, and you can get an Original Rosti with sour cream for S$13.50 here. But the most eye-catching one has to be the Breakfast Rosti (S$15.
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This hawker stall serving Rosti and it is having the popular choice on their Rosti with Cheese Sausage (S$7.20). However, if you want something heartier then you can pair the Rosti with any main for S$8.20.
This is one of the classic brunch spot in Singapore which is popular for their Rosti and the Rosti can be order as a side side (S$6) to pair with any main dishes here.
This is one of the most unique bar in Singapore where it is a combination of Austrian, German and Swiss bar. They make their Rosti (S$18) with coarsely grated potatoes, topped with sour cream and a free-range organic egg. Simplicity is king, but if you want a touch more flair you can add some Black Forest Ham (S$4) or Raclette Cheese (S$6)
THis old school western food franchise has been around for years and they are popular in serving western dishes. ou can enjoy an affordable Just Rosti (S$6.90) at the same price range as the coffee shop stalls. They also have a Rosti Bacon & BBQ Sausage (S$11.90).
This modern Swiss bistro is located inside the swanky Millenial Walk which serves a variety of traditional Swiss items including Cheese Fondue. The Matterhorn Rosti costs S$23 but comes with a generous helping of ham, Raclette cheese, and fried egg.
This German franchise is where you can get a range of Rosti on the men including the Lachs-Rosti (S$19), which comes with salmon, and the Black Forest Ham Rosti (S$19).
The 6ixs Rosti
Here you can find this shop famous for their Rosti with their mouth-watering Cheesy Rosti (S$7). But they’ve also branched out and created a rather unique Japanese Fusion Smoked Salmon Rosti (S$11).