Food Review: The Daily Roundup

The Daily Roundup serves a tightly curated list of classic French savoury galettes and sweet crepes, made with the freshest ingredients sourced globally, including our 100% organic buckwheat flour from Brittany, the birthplace of crepes in France.

The Berries ($16) consisted of a selection of seasonal berries, crème Chantilly, caramelised almonds, red fruit coulis topped with vanilla bean ice cream. The crepe was soft, delicate and chewy. The sourness of the berries balanced the sweetness of the ice cream and cream with the almonds adding a delightful crunch. One of the best dessert crepes I’ve ever had and I highly recommend it.

The Complète ($12) had artisan ham, French Comté cheese and a sunny side up. This savoury crepe was lightly charred, but the egg was not as runny as I’d have liked it to be. This failed to impress compared to the sweet crepe. It was also a tad too salty for my liking.

The Hot Chocolate ($6) was a thick, velvety and aromatic brew. This hearty cup was rich in chocolate and had the right amount of sugar. The Flat White ($5) at The Daily Roundup is smooth and silky but the coffee is not as strong as usual as the acidity is toned down.

Price wise, I thought it to be affordable. Plus, the gorgeous interior space coupled with sweet and savoury crepes definitely left an impression. I would come back to satisfy my crepe cravings.

Food 8/10
Aesthetic 9/10
Price 8/10
Service 8.5/10

The Daily Roundup

1 Keong Saik Road
#01-02 The Working Capitol
Singapore 089109

Food Review: Kith Café, Park Mall


Headed down to Kith for a catch-up session with my best friend – we arrived at around 10.30am on a Friday and it wasn’t crowded at all. Kith Cafe has a really nice ambiance and it’s the perfect place to just chill because it’s really peaceful and quiet.

We decided to dine in the al-fresco area and it was a windy day so it was actually quite cool and comfortable to sit outside.

Latte ($4)

The latte is quite small and my friend said that it wasn’t very good. Moreover, given the price, I wouldn’t recommend getting it.

Strawberry Smoothie ($8.50)
Fresh fruit, Vanilla Yoghurt, Milk, Ice, Honey

This was delicious and refreshing. It was thick and creamy as well.

2pc Toast ($5) + Smoked Bratwurst ($3.50) + Scrambled Eggs ($4) + Smoked Salmon ($4.50)

There’s a few choices for what kind of bread you’d like for the toast and I chose Multigrain. The bread was fluffy and really plain without any spread haha. I really loved the smoked bratwurst. The scrambled eggs were a bit milky but smooth and creamy. They were good! The smoked salmon was not bad too.

Gorgonzola ($18)
Penne, Gorgonzola, Cream, Baby Spinach, Parmesan Cheese

The penne was cooked to al dente. The sauce was very thick and on the cheesy side but it was nice for the first ten minutes I guess. If you’re a pasta and cheese lover, you can order this.

In short, Kith Cafe is a great cafe to hang out although it’s a bit pricy. I’d say it serves hearty, comforting foods and for the price, their portions are worth it. This is a cafe I wouldn’t mind visiting again. I heard their pizzas are good too!


9 Penang Road #01-01E, Park Mall, Singapore 238459
(Nearest train station: Dhoby Ghaut)
Tel: 6338 8611

Opening hours:
Tues – Sun: 8.00am – 10.00pm