12 places with crispy Rosti in Singapore for hearty brunch fixes

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Singaporeans are always on the hunt for unique new foods. That’s how we discovered Rosti’s growing popularity in Singapore, slowly becoming a new obsession amongst foodies. Beautifully seared till a crackling golden-brown crust forms but still staying soft and fluffy inside, these babies are so damn addictive.

Rostis have grown so much in popularity that you can even find them in coffee shops now. They are great for a casual breakfast, or even to impress a date by introducing them to fancy Swiss cuisine.

Some have likened them to bigger, crunchier, but less greasy versions of hash browns which you can indulge in without getting as conscious of the calories. And you will indulge in them — you won’t get enough of the sensual crunch that’s just like music to the ears.

Gearing up to go for a Rosti hunt already? Then here are 12 places to satisfy your Rosti cravings in Singapore.

The 6ixs Rosti

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The 6ixs is one of the Rosti specialists in Singapore. They currently operate out of a coffee shop located at Ghim Moh. Before this, they used to be a roving pop-up stall that featured in events such as Art Box.

What got them their fans was the affordable price tags and mouth-wateringly stretchy Cheesy Rosti (S$7). But they’ve also branched out and created a rather unique Japanese Fusion Smoked Salmon Rosti (S$11).

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📍 25 Ghim Moh Link, Singapore 270025
🗓️ 12pm–8:30pm (Tues–Sun)

Wursthans Switzerland

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How many have dined in a Swiss restaurant before? Not many, considering the number of Swiss restaurants here — Wursthans Switzerland is one of the rare casual Swiss restaurants, located at Paya Lebar Quarter.

Talk about Swiss food in Singapore, and Rosti is usually the most talked about. Wursthans lets you Create Your Own Swiss Meal, starting from S$14.90, so you can pair their signature sausages with your crispy Rosti.

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📍 10 Paya Lebar Road, #01-39 Paya Lebar Quarter, 409057
🗓️ 11:30am-–9pm (Mon–Sun)

Breakfast Club

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Have you ever imagined eating European breakfasts out of a coffee shop in Kovan? Well, Breakfast Club is a popular new breakfast spot selling Rosti, and serving all-day breakfast at affordable pricing.

We’re talking 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. Probably one of the cheapest Rosti in Singapore.

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📍 941 Upper Serangoon Rd, Singapore 534709
🗓️ 9am–9pm (Wed–Mon)

Coucou Authentic Swiss Restaurant and Bar

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Coucou is probably quite a bit pricier than other choices on this list. However, we couldn’t miss out on one of the most authentic Swiss Restaurants in Singapore when talking about Rosti.

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.

Make your reservations here.

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📍 9 Craig Rd, Singapore 089669
🗓️ 12pm–2:30pm, 6pm–10:30pm (Tue–Sun)


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The story behind Oberstrasse is actually very sweet. Its name is where the owner met his girlfriend in Switzerland before he returned to Singapore to open this café which coincidentally serves Rosti, a Swiss classic.

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), featuring a Fennel Rosti served with avocado, poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, and cherry tomato. Truly a breakfast for champions.

Make your reservations here.

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📍 809 French Rd, #01-50, Singapore 200809
🗓️ 9am–5:30pm (Mon–Sun)

Wild Honey

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Wild Honey is another one of the classic brunch spots in Singapore that is popular for their Rosti. At the cafe, Rosti can be ordered as a side (S$6) to pair with any main.

But it is also a key ingredient in their Scandinavian (S$33), where it’s served with a thick grilled salmon fillet and creamy hollandaise sauce. Something more unique and suitable for the brunch-goer palate.

Make your reservations here (Mandarin Gallery, Scotts Square, South Beach)

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📍 Multiple outlets

Leopold Gastrobar

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Leopold Gastro bar is perhaps one of the most unique of its kind in Singapore. It’s a Gastrobar that’s a combination of Austrian, German and Swiss influences. It’s run by an Austrian, so authenticity is guaranteed.

Leopold makes 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).

Make your reservations here.

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📍 96 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088517
🗓️ 4pm–10:30pm(Mon–Sat), 4pm–10:30pm (Sun)

Tolido’s Espresso Nook

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Probably not the first place people will think to go to for Rosti in Singapore, but this classic cafe’s Rosti has its fans too. Now you know where to go if you want a good hangout spot for brunch and Rosti.

There’s an assortment of toppings you can choose to go with your Rosti, ranging from Sausage (S$17), Smoked Bratwrust (S$19), and Smoked Salmon (S$22) to the more unique Corned Beef (S$19).

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📍 462 Crawford Ln, #01-63, Singapore 190462
🗓️ 8am–4pm (Mon–Thurs), 8:30am–7pm (Fri–Sun)

Wine Universe

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This modern Swiss bistro is located inside the swanky Millennial Walk compound and serves a variety of traditional Swiss items, including Cheese Fondue. Definitely one of the more stylish places to get Rosti in Singapore.

Surprisingly, their prices are quite reasonable for its location. The Matterhorn Rosti costs S$23 but comes with a generous helping of ham, Raclette cheese and fried egg.

Make your reservations here.

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📍 01-109 Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039596
🗓️ 10:30am–12am (Mon–Fri), 5pm–12am (Sat)


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A German franchise is probably not where’d people will normally thinking of going for Swiss food. But the popular German restaurant is one of the few places that serves up Rosti in Singapore.

The range of Rosti on the menu includes the Lachs-Rosti (S$19), which comes with salmon, and the Black Forest Ham Rosti (S$19).

Make your reservations for VivoCity, WestGateRaffles City, and Katong.

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📍 Multiple Outlets
🗓️ 11am–10:30pm (Mon–Sun)

Ivan’s Carbina

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Another hawker stall serving Rosti, but further up in the north of Singapore. Definitely a gem for those living up north, where it’s lacking in cafés and Westernised fare outside of your typical mall chains.

A popular choice is the 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. Thick, juicy chicken chop with Rosti for only S$8.20? Yes, please!

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📍 354A Woodlands Ave 5, Singapore 730354
🗓️ 11pm–8:45pm (Tue–Sun)

Buddy Hoagies

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Buddy Hoagies is an old-school Western food franchise that’s been around for years. They’re a popular Western option in the heartlands, and also one of the few restaurants to serve Rosti outside the central areas..

You can find a crazy 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) if you want some of that crispy, sinful bacon with your Rosti.

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📍 Multiple outlets
🗓️ 11:30am–10pm (Mon–Fri), 11am–10pm (Sat–Sun & PH)

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