Roslyn Thai Cafe
Roslyn Thai Cafe is a cosy spot offering Thai-style breakfast, snacky street food and dessert. It’s run by husband-and-wife duo Sapol Deoisares and Busarin Rojkaranwong (both ex-Long Chim) along with Klomjit Barzano (ex-Momofuku and Nomad).
The menu takes inspiration from the couple’s Chinese-Thai heritage, the food Rojkaranwong grew up eating at home, and her favourite childhood street food bites. And there’s a strong emphasis on regional dishes from across Thailand. You might go for Thai-style pork ball congee (rice porridge) with Chinese doughnut and a soft-boiled egg – a typical breakfast meal from Bangkok – or khai katha (pan-fried eggs served with a brioche roll) from the north-east region Isan.
There’s also roti murtabak from the south, a folded pancake-style dish filled with curry mushroom, potatoes, onion; and the nahm tao hoo set including freshly made soy milk, sago, pearl barley and kaya (coconut and pandan jam) toast.
In the kitchen, Deoisares cooks savoury breakfast dishes while Rojkaranwong handles the picture-perfect chiffon cakes with flavours such as coconut pandan, rose and lychee, mandarin, taro and black sesame. If cake isn’t your thing, try coconut ice-cream with handmade pandan noodles and taro or mango sorbet with sweet sticky rice, coconut syrup and crispy mung beans instead.
To drink, there’s the crowd-favourite Thai milk tea or the signature hot Roslyn tea with rose petals, goji berries and longan.
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