Created by the team from Once Upon A Milkshake, this second outlet of The Rosti Farm is situated in the fairly new Punggol Waterway Point. Together with its predecessor, this swiss restaurant offers delicious rosti as its mains and sweet milkshakes for drinks. Rosti is actually a Swiss dish that contains mainly grated potatoes that are shaped into patties and pan-fried with butter or oil. Originally a side dish, this restaurant combines rosti with top quality meat, cheese and eggs creating a dish that is so mouthwatering before even starting to eat.
MENU AND PRICING
Mains and sides:
- THREE LITTLE PIGS & A BEEF BAD WOLF
As the name suggests, this dish contains 3 types of quality pork meat with a thick slab of 100% black agnus beef patty drenched with melted swiss and provolone cheese. The rosti, the main star of this dish and it complements so amazing well with the beef patty. Slightly crispy on the surface yet soft in the inside, this fried potato patty has that delicious buttery and salty flavour which is similar to hashbrowns. Combination of the meaty German Bratwurst (grilled sausage), authentic sweet prosciutto di parma ham and smoked streaky bacon made this dish perfect for meat lovers. However, do prepare some water as it may be a bit too oily. Furthermore, it is recommended by the cook to add the sour cream to the rosti, as it helps to balance up the oiliness of the dish.
- THE HARDWORKING FARMER
It comes with 2 crispy Mexican spicy drumette. Then, the interestingly looking snail sausage is made of pork meat mixed with herbs which is less meaty and has a lighter taste than the German Bratwurst . The rosti is similar to the dish above, but this is drenched in melted Swiss cheese together with sautéed mushrooms, omelette and sausage. I personally preferred this dish over the other one because it has a harmonious taste that makes us want to have a second serving of it.
- SALTED CARAMEL MILKSHAKE
Their iconic milkshake flavoured with salted caramel, is thick, consistent and doesn’t disappoint. Refreshingly sweet caramel taste in every sip of it, this milkshake is a great drink to finish off the meal, complementing the greasiness of the rosti. We ordered the regular size $9.00.
Cost: $6.00 (Mini), $9.00 (Regular)
With its delicious rosti and awesome milkshakes, The Rosti Farm is great for casual dining. Meat lovers will definitely like the Three Little Pigs dish. If you spend more than $50 in the restaurant, you will be given a small pack of two-bite brownies as a gift. This swiss restaurant is perfect for potato lovers, and if a single rosti is not enough, you have the choice to order double rosti for each dish!
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Opening Hours: Mon to Fri: 1130am – 9pm, Sat & Sun: 1030am – 930pm, Last Order: 15 mins before closing
Directions: Alight at Punggol MRT Station and exit into Punggol Waterway Point Level 1. Walk straight until you see the entrance to the east wing, enter it and continue walking further. Walk until you see an escalator, take the escalator down and right in front of it is The Rosti Farm.