Roboyes Cafe has permanently closed.
Dog cafes have been popping up and shutting down faster than I can learn a trick. Even though it’s true that food is a tough business, mama thinks that many of them failed because they simply didn’t put enough love into the decor and the food they served.
This is also the reason why mama generally isn’t a fan of dog cafes. She only chooses to visit because I am welcomed and allowed to roam free in there.
When she first heard about the newly opened Roboyes cafe, she was wishing that it could be at least on par with Happenstance Cafe, which is currently mama’s number 1 dog cafe pick.
Unfortunately, it was yet another cafe set up with the best intentions but fell short in its offerings. The menu was pretty limited and consisted of quick and fuss-free food and drink items, such as lasagna and sandwiches.
The Cheeky Gyoza ($5.50) mama ordered came in the form of nuggets! If you like gyozas and nuggets, then this is the dish for you. The Honey Cheeky Wings ($6.50) and Sparkling Yuzu ($3.50) wouldn’t get mama’s tail wagging, if she had one.
Having said that, she said reviews mentioned that their lasagna is pretty good, so it may be worth trying. Plus, there’s no GST and service charge!
The humans didn’t have much fun, but I sure did! I managed to plant some kisses on other humans, sneak into the kitchen, and play a couple of rounds of chase with new friends.
The only disappointment I had was that I didn’t manage to even steal a bite from other pups’ bowls. Yes, the cafe offers a menu for dogs; not that it made a difference to me!
If food isn’t your priority and you are just looking for a place for your pooch to socialise, this is a pretty clean and spacious place to sniff out.
Address: 34 Cassia Cres #01-82, Singapore 390034 [Directions]
Closed on Mon, Tue-Thu: 12pm – 9pm
Fri-Sat: 12pm – 10.30pm, Sun: 12pm – 9pm