With a charmingly rustic ambience, the new clubhouse is cooled by beautiful ceiling fans and fresh air spilling through seemingly numerous windows along the wall. The al fresco area also affords the opportunity to enjoy a meal with a view of Bukit Timah’s lush greenery. If you’re lucky, you may even see a horse trotting by.
However, it’d be a mistake to just associate the Riders Café with its equestrian heritage. We’d be remiss if we didn’t mention Riders Café’s brunch. Best known for this lovely weekend meal, Riders Café is often regarded as the top brunch spot in Singapore. Brunch at Riders Café is so homey and rustic that you may just forget that you are in Singapore but instead, somewhere in the English countryside. (Feb 2012)