Fast casual dining at PS Cafe's new Japanese concept Jypsy

Jypsy's momotaro tomato.
Jypsy's momotaro tomato. PHOTOS: THE BUSINESS TIMES, PS CAFE
Lobster and crab gyoza.
Lobster and crab gyoza. PHOTOS: THE BUSINESS TIMES
Unagi fried rice.

SINGAPORE (THE BUSINESS TIMES) - Nobody goes to a PS Cafe for the food. People go there mainly to soak up as much design inspiration as they can, so that they can go home and redecorate their living rooms. But they cannot. Because the folks behind PS Cafe are not real people. They are design magazines with feet.

Effortless chic is fed intravenously into their veins. For dessert, they munch on landscaped greenery. After which, they spit out perfectly formed capsules of cool - trendy yet timeless, with every cushion, lamp and plant recruited for the manner in which they project the kind of lifestyle you will spend hours convincing yourself you are a part of.

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