Food, Restaurant Reviews

Rose Cafe with a European Blush

It wasn’t easy to locate this café but navigation surely helped. Tucked away in the extremes of the city, this place is aptly categorized as a hidden gem. Pink bricked walls will surely catch your attention. On a Sunday noon, I arrived just in time to grab a table.


The elegance of the flowery-cutlery displayed did collide with the unrefined paint on the furniture. With a Modern-European touch, the place lays out a perfect setting for a date (do not expect any sort of privacy). As suggested, pink colour dominates their decor. They also have a Guitar hung upon a nail, incase you feel a bit too romantic.


Their Pizza was a huge disappointment. I ordered a Rocket, Goat Cheese and Caramelized Onion Pizza. The base was impressive but the toppings were a fail.

Pasta in Pink Sauce with grilled vegetables was one of the best I have ever had. Good amount of sauce, well cooked pasta and a great portion size, served with garlic breads.

Tangy Lemon Cake Moist cake, a little heated up with a dollop of whipped cream. The tanginess complimented the subtle unsweetened cream.

Mint Lemonade with crushed Kaffir Lime leaves deserves a heads up. Rather than putting a Kaffir leaf straight away, they combined it to give out its thirst-quenching effect.


Rose Cafe

Ever beaming staff! Even though the service was slow, but I enjoyed my meal.

Average cost for two (with alcohol): 1800

Rose Cafe -Pros:

  • Ample Parking Space
  • Outdoor Seating Area

Rose Cafe – Cons

  • Slow Service


Rose Cafe

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