9 Rochester Park, Singapore 139220
Tel: (+65) 6779 4644
At the foot of colonial black and white Nosh, Rochester Park sits Noshery – a new café owned by Nosh. Interiors of this small ground level oasis are a mixture of warm woods and botany decor. We are majorly hearting their tropical wallpaper and the bespoke bamboo stools with palm fabric. A beautiful wooden communal dining table takes centre stage, there are lime green marble topped tables inside and alfresco seating which turns into a small beer garden in the evenings. Brunch on the weekends looks like this: Buttermilk Biscuits ($6) crackly exterior and soft centred with whipped butter and honey, Yakitori Salmon on Coconut Rice ($24) and Crab Benedict ($20) – two yolky poached eggs served on crab cakes, atop toasted muffins with a delicious red curry influenced hollandaise sauce. Yellow Watermelon Juice ($6) and perhaps a Flat White (5.5). Maybe some Mac & Cheese ($6) and Brioche Toast ($6) for the kids. A lunch midweek involves the Nosh Burger with Sambal Mayo ($22) and the Pulled Pork Sandwich ($16). If leafy Rochester Park isn’t on your radar yet – this little café is a good spot to start with. For more of an upscale dining experience or if Noshery is full – head upstairs to posher Nosh.