Established in August 2007, Riders Café is small homely café snuggled up in Bukit Timah Saddle Club.
The view and ambience of this eatery is most distinctive as it is housed in a historical colonial black-white bungalow surrounded by lush green scenery with strutting ponies and horses.
It is non-air-conditioned and retains most of the original setting of the bungalow, which infuses the place with an air of nostalgia and quaintness. It also carries a casual and relaxed atmosphere with warm and friendly servers attending to you and the owner, Jan Yeo, brewing the coffee herself.
A mix crowd of locals, foreign expatriates, and tourists dine here as families, couples, or groups of friends.
Although the cafe opens from breakfast to dinner, it is especially popular for its breakfast and brunch menu and reservations should be made at least a day in advance, as there is a limited seating capacity. Riders Cafe also gets a good dinner crowd during the weekends. The cafe serves mainly western-type cuisine such as pancakes (their pancakes are a must- try) and pastas, steaks, burgers, and fish and chips for lunch and dinner.