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10 Best Stalls In Singapore For Rosti Under $15

28th February 2023

Best cheap rosti in Singapore

Growing up, rosti used to be a dish I could only get from Marché. Everyone who has paid a visit to the Swiss-themed market-restaurant will know that the rosti stall is one of its best—its constant, long queue is a testament to the fact. Since then, however, rosti has become a much more accessible dish, making its way to cafes and even hawker menus islandwide.

While most eateries that offer the crispy Swiss potato pancake charge a pretty penny for a serving, the places we’ve rounded up on this guide serve up some of the best rosti in Singapore without breaking the bank. Most are under $15 too!

1. Breakfast Club

the breakfast club rosti with sausage and egg

When Breakfast Club opened in 2021, it made waves because it offered cafe-style breakfast in a hawker setting. While their all-in Breakfast Plate ($9.90) is their most popular option, they also do a Rosti with Sausage and Egg ($8.90). The rosti is made in-house, and served with a fried egg, a dollop of sour cream, as well as a herby sausage, all on a skillet. 

Read our Breakfast Club review.

Address: 941 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534709
Opening hours: Thurs-Tue 9am to 9pm, Wed 9am to 3pm
Tel: 8292 9478
Breakfast Club is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Baole Desserts

baole desserts - best rosti in singapore
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Newly opened Baole Desserts is a hole-in-the-wall Toa Payoh kiosk that sells both Taiwanese desserts and rosti from $5.90. Instead of the classic rosti style, where the potato pancake is served with sour cream, and a fried egg, Baole Desserts plates theirs up okonomiyaki-style, with a drizzle of mayonnaise and sweet teriyaki sauce. The shredded potato is also tossed with sweet onion and mozzarella cheese for added oomph. They also serve their rosti with a variety of different toppings, including mentaiko sauce and seafood, beef cubes, and smoked duck.

Read our Baole Desserts review.

Address: Block 190, Toa Payoh Lorong 6, #01-514, Singapore 310190
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
Tel: 8755 3690
Baole Desserts is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Joji’s Diner

jojis diner - best rosti singapore
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Joji’s Diner is a retro American-style diner in Serangoon. The eatery strives to capture the essence of American diners through their selection of affordable all-day breakfast. While their menu has a lot of classic American diner fare—such as their Chicken and Waffle ($12.90++) and their full breakfast All Star Plate ($12.90++)—they also offer Delicious Rosti with Egg and Sausage ($9.90++), which is served with a thick dollop of sour cream.

Read our Joji’s Diner review.

Address: 534 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534549
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6993 0461
Joji’s Diner is not a halal-certified eatery.

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5. Ang Moh Zi Char

ang moh zi char - best rosti in singapore
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There aren’t many hawker stalls in the West that serve rosti, which makes Ang Moh Zi Char stand out. Their rosti starts at $6, and you get to add on a topping for an additional $3, ranging from mushrooms to chicken chop. Each serving comes with seasonal vegetables. If you’d like to splurge, you can also get their Rosti with Salmon for $12.90! This is accompanied by a full salmon fillet, seasoned with herbs.

Address: 3 Yung Sheng Road, #03-151, Taman Jurong Market & Food Centre, Singapore 618499
Opening hours: Thurs-Sun 11am to 2pm, 6pm to 9pm
Ang Moh Zi Char is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. Ivan’s Carbina

ivans carbina - best rosti in singapore
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Those living in the North should swing by Ivan’s Carbina for their rosti fix. Located quite a way from the interchange is this lowkey Western hawker that serves up the Swiss staple along with other dishes. The cheapest rosti here is their Cheese Sausage ($8.50) offering, which comes with a fried egg, and a cheesy pork sausage. You can zhng-up your rosti here with Snail Pork Sausage ($10.20), akin to the kind you get at German restaurants, or even an NZ Chilled Ribeye ($17.50)!

Address: Block 354A Woodlands Avenue 5, Singapore 730354
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11am to 8:45pm
Tel: 8292 8599
Ivan’s Carbina is not a halal-certified eatery.

6. Poonsti

Poonsti is a new Rosti concept in Farrer Park brought to you by the folks behind Old Hen Kitchen. With a concise menu of five items, Poonsti takes pride in serving up fresh, high-quality rosti that’s freshly shredded and handmade in small batches daily. While they do offer the classic rosti with Sour Cream and Chives ($12+), other standout options include their Bacon ($18+) and House Cured Salmon ($19+) rosti. The latter features a blanket of ricotta cheese and house-cured salmon topped with fried capers, pickled onion, dill, and a touch of extra virgin olive oil. 

Read our Poonsti review.

Address: 127 Owen Road, Singapore 218931
Opening hours: Daily 9:30am to 3pm
Tel: 6291 0632
Poonsti is not a halal-certified eatery.

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7. Picky Snout

Nestled away in a Kovan coffeeshop is where you’ll find Picky Snout. The eatery has garnered tons of attention online for dishing out jumbo-sized rosti from $6.90. Picky Snout infuses Vietnamese flavours into their rosti menu, with dishes such as the Signature Saigon Pork Rosti ($11.90). This dish features rosti and sour cream paired with two chargrilled bone-in pork chops marinated in a piquant Vietnamese-style sauce. For something more budget-friendly, opt for their Creamy Mushroom Chicken Rosti ($10.90) or Chicken Cheese Sausage with Egg Rosti ($8.90).

Read our Picky Snout review.

Address: 1014 Upper Serangoon Road, Singapore 534752
Opening hours: Tue-Fri 4pm to 10pm, Sat 11am to 10pm, Sun 11am to 9:30pm
Tel: 8760 3939
Picky Snout is not a halal-certified eatery.

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8. South Side Keppel

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Discover a hidden gem in Keppel—South Side Keppel, a chic brunch cafe offering an extensive menu from brunch to dinner. You can have your pick at their variety of rosti flavours with six tempting options, including the classic Switz Rosti ($12++), a golden brown rosti topped with sour cream and a fresh lemon wedge. For something a little more hearty, try their Grilled Salmon ($22++) or Wagyu Steak and Ikura ($26++). Those looking for a vegetarian or meat-free option can go for the Cheese and Mushroom ($18++) or Smashed Avo and Onsen Egg ($18++) instead.

Check out our South Side Keppel review.

Address: 1557 Keppel Road, #01-04, Singapore 089066
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 9pm
Tel: 8886 9708
South Side Keppel is not a halal-certified eatery.

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9. Oberstrasse

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Oberstrasse is a charming cafe that’s sentimentally named after the street where the owner met his girlfriend in Switzerland. Tucked away at the back of Kitchener Complex, the eatery is home to a selection of all-day breakfast options and brunch fare. Must-try dishes include their Waffles Brekkie ($16) which comes with streaky bacon and scrambled eggs, as well as their Original Rosti ($13) served with sour cream, scallions, and a sunny-side up. If you’re feeling indulgent, opt for their Breakfast Rosti ($19), made with fennel rosti, avocado, poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, and mesclun salad. Conveniently located, the stall is just a brief two-minute walk from Lavender MRT Station.

Address: 809 French Road, #01-50, Singapore 200809
Opening hours: Daily 8am to 5:30pm
Oberstrasse is not a halal-certified eatery.

10. Buddy Hoagies

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Buddy Hoagies is a longstanding Western grill franchise established in 2004. They have been offering affordable Western cuisine for over 18 years, with classic and straightforward options such as steaks, pasta, and traditional rosti. In addition to an economical Just Rosti ($8.90++), they also have heartier choices such as their signature Rosti and Grilled Sausage ($13.90++), and Rosti Bacon and BBQ Sausage ($13.90++). The latter is served with crispy bacon, barbecue sausage and cherry tomatoes with a side of savoury brown sauce and sour cream. 

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Buddy Hoagies is not a halal-certified eatery.

Where to eat rosti in Singapore

Here are all the places to eat cheap rosti in Singapore! For more places to enjoy Western food. Check out our old-school Western hawker food guide.

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