PS.Gourmet Launches Three New Delivery Concepts, Spin-Offs From PS.Cafe and Chopsuey
PS.Gourmet has launched three new delivery-exclusive brands Chopstix, Popsup and Sipsy, which is available on various delivery platforms including Deliveroo as well as PS.Cafe’s official website via third party, Oddle. This dynamic initiative ensures that all Singaporeans have convenient and approachable food options—providing guests with everything from immune-boosting food, delicious treats and something to take the edge off the day.
With more than 20 years of understanding the evolving consumer purchasing habits, PS.Gourmet has extracted brand elements Singaporeans know and love about their existing concepts to create delivery-only spin-offs from PS.Cafe, Chopsuey and its inaugural wine and gin service Sipsy. All packaging from these platforms are fully recyclable and biodegradable. During this extended circuit breaker, certain offerings will also be available for self-pickup and takeaway at select outlets including PS.Cafe at Martin 38 and PS.Cafe Petit at Tiong Bahru.
A playful take on American-Chinese restaurant Chopsuey, Chopstix features Asian-inspired delights such as the crowd-pleasing Wok Fried Broccoli with Beef ($14.50), Superfood Fried Rice ($14.50) and Spicy Kung Pow Chicken ($14.50). Diners can complete the whole takeaway experience with Crispy Banana Dumplings with Toffee Sauce ($9.50), for a perfect end to a satisfying meal at home with loved ones. Gluten-free and plant-based options such as Impossible Mapo Tofu ($13.50) will not disappoint.
Bringing cafe classics right to diner’s homes, Popsup features a selection of seven hearty burgers including cult classics such as Beef & Cheese Burger ($15.40) and Teriyaki Chicken Burger ($16.50). The Popsup menu also includes other unique offerings such as the No. 41 Burger ($17.60), a nod to PS.Cafe Petit at Tiong Bahru that consists of a succulent beef patty, sautéed mushrooms, onions, spinach and cheese-all doused in herb aioli and barbecue sauce. Another highlight includes the Waikiki Burger ($16.50), which puts a Hawaiian twist on the classic hamburger with the addition of ham, a thick-cut tomato slice, fresh pineapple, cheese topped with sweet mustard and ketchup. Vegetarians are certainly not left out from Popsup with the inclusion of the Impossible Burger ($18.70).
For smaller appetites, junior diners can choose from four different sliders ranging from hot favourites such as the classic Cheese Slider ($7.70)—a mini beef patty, cheese with mustard, ketchup and aioli and Chicken Slider ($7.70)—a fried chicken slider with lettuce cheese and aioli. Similarly, there is also the Impossible Slider ($9) option for those who prefer plant-based alternatives.
Aside from burgers, the menu also comprises street food offerings such as Popsup Mee Goreng ($19.80) and familiar cult dishes including Spicy Shrimp Aglio Olio ($20.90) and a myriad of delectable sides and tempting desserts.
Happy Hour at-home is made easy with Sipsy with a carefully curated selection of wines and gins, available for delivery or self-collection from PS.Cafe at Martin 38 and PS.Cafe at Petit Tiong Bahru. Wine lovers and gin connoisseurs will be able to enjoy value-for-money offerings from the comfort of their homes, starting at $39 for wines and $79 for gins. Sipsy also provides convenient cocktail bundles for Aperol Spritzes and Negronis, both include all the fixings for the cocktail, alongside fresh oranges for guests to become their own bartender at home.