An Estate for Coffee Enthusiasts to Visit!

Looking for a place to have a nice Sunday brunch? Head down to Toby's Estate Coffee!


By delsar

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Stepping into this cafe would make you wonder if you’ve just travelled overseas. The cafe gave off a very relaxing vibe with both spacious indoor and outdoor seatings. Specialising in coffee blends, Toby’s Estate Coffee serves quality house blends and single originals. The two house blends are Woolloomooloo and Broadway. Woolloomooloo is a lighter coffee that doesn’t really taste too acidic nor too bitter. This mix blend is meant to be in the average range, mainly suitable for Asians. Broadway blend is the exact opposite. The flavours are much heavier and it’s pretty intense.

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With these great blends, customers can choose to have it as an espresso, americano, mocha, cappuccino or latte, with the latter two being the more popular choices. The baristas were all professionally trained and makes really good coffee! We tried an ice latte, a hot mocha and a hot cappuccino. The coffee blend was really aromatic and it wasn’t too intense. The light flavours were much easier to accept and not too overpowering.


Besides serving superb coffee, Toby’s also serves amazing dishes such as Rodyk Style Eggs Benedict, Brekkie of Champions and French Toast. Here are some dishes we tried. We started off with a Mediterranean Quinoa Salad that has cherry tomatoes, orange slices, baby spinach, goji berries, sultanas and drizzled with lemon vinaigrette. The salad was refreshing and appetising. The ingredients used were fresh and the different textures of the ingredients gave the dish layers.

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Next, we had Rodyk Style Eggs Benedict which is poached eggs on brioche topped with Toby’s eggs benny sauce and smoked salmon. The runny egg moisten the bread and the smoked salmon added just the right amount of flavour to every bite.


Lastly, we had Brekkie of Champions which is a breakfast platter with eggs (choose between sunny side up, poached, scrambled and over easy), espresso maple bacon, tomato, mushrooms, beans, harissa sausage and brioche. We chose scrambled eggs and it was served soft and fluffy! The espresso maple bacon was super crispy and the tomatoes were sweet. The sausage was juicy and every item on the plate went well with one another.


So if you’re looking for a place to have a nice Sunday brunch, head down to Toby’s Estate Coffee for great food and quality coffee!

Where: 8 Rodyk Street, #01-03/04, Singapore 238216
Operating Hours: Sunday to Thursday – 7.30am to 6pm, Friday to Saturday – 7.30am to 8pm
Contact Information: 6636 7629