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Feather Blade Steak The feather blade refers to a cut from the shoulder, at $21++ for a 200g cut, definitely great value. Tender and flavorful, add a little more salt and pepper for the taste to truly shine. There’s room for improvement of course as there’s no char on the steak. Waitress was nice enough to talk about a few of their specials whilst describing it but i’ll probably only do that on a return trip as we wanted to try their signature. The rest of the staff barely had a smile on their faces. Bear in mind this is relatively early in the evening with half the restaurant empty. $2 for a small saucer of sauce and $16++ for a 100ml sake. Everything was carefully measured, even their wine which was poured into a cup and then poured into your glass, there is no flair and it feels that the restaurant is being nit picky and very careful managing their costs.
YiMing
1w
The Feather Blade Steak Went down to the restaurant on a Thursday evening, and was pleasantly surprised that there was a minimal waiting time. Even then, waitress serving our table told us that usual waiting times on fridays and weekends could go up to an hour and a half, so go on weekdays guys! Staff was friendly and helpful in recommendations, and price point ($21+ for 200g) was really affordable. Whilst the side dishes (sautéed mushrooms and roasted sweet potato) were a tad small of a serving for the price, they were good accompaniments to the main star. The steak was juicy (medium rare!) and excellent. Would definitely go again:)
Bryan
1w
The Feather Blade Finally made it down to The Feather Blade for some delicious steak! And yes, it definitely reminded me fondly of Flat Iron in London - from the affordable prices, to the cut of steak, and even the post-meal free ice cream. Value-for-money indeed, though it still pales in comparison with the original in London. (Is it just me, or are they a little heavy on the salt?) The featherblade cut (S$21++) was more lean than fatty, though certainly very juicy. Might pop by again if I'm in the area to try the specials, and grab a drink or two.
Deanna
3w
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Where Are My Nuts Admittedly, I went over to Meatmen for some fantastic Father’s Day steaks, but some odd compulsion drove me to Bakery Brera to have a gander at what the hype was all about. I truly lucked out on that day, as there was an abundance all varieties of their famous cruffins still for sale at 6 pm. I was told that they’d anticipated an insane demand for these cruffins due to it being Father’s Day, but said demand never materialized. Well, everyone else’s loss is my gain, and after heating up this Nutty Salted Caramel Cruffin, I can start to see why there’s a hot fuss over these flaky boys. Croissant pastry is moulded into the form of a muffin before getting impregnated with a healthy amount of caramel. The end product is fabulously flaky while still retaining that luxurious, buttery softness inside. Once you chomp your way to the centre, the caramel hidden deep inside is there to lavish your tongue with sweet, sweet sugary love. The soft dough was absolutely addictive, and when fused with the sweetness of the caramel and the sugar studding the flaky pastry exterior, these cruffins were certainly charming. However, it’s not all hunky dory. I was wondering where the nuts in the ‘nutty’ were, as aside from the small smattering of crushed nuts on the outside, the nuts were missing. They should’ve put some chunky nuts into the centre with the caramel to put the nut back into nutty, and so that when people ask about deez nuts, they can confidently say that they gottem. At $4.50, it’s not that worth it, but if you’re a sucker for competently crafted croissants moulded into muffins and stuffed with various spiffy sweets, then Bakery Brera will be taking all your money straight outta your wallet.
Russell
1w
PB&J Cruffin New addition to the cruffin flavours! Honestly, this is so good. Actually i love this one even more than the lemon curd. So addictive!
Michell
1w
Peanut Butter Cruffin I think it was $3. I don't know why reviews fawn upon them, I found the breads here to be very average and one of the owners horribly reticent, ruining my experience entirely, but maybe it was just an off day for them.
Stephanie
1w
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