Tbh, I was expecting more for their brunch but it really turned out to be just alright.

We had the Halia’s breakfast which was like a platter of sourdough, egg, sausage, turkey bacon, mushroom, tomato and bean sprouts - this was a first bc who eats bean sprouts on a breakfast platter??? Anw the sourdough was a little too hard.

We enjoyed the grilled beef burger (and fries, yumz!) the most - apparently Halia’s beef patty’s are cooked medium and this was quite nice and juicy, just felt it could be done just a little bit more and buns toasted slightly longer. Still a good burger tho!

Oysters were also fresh and the flavours just blended nicely together. But idk about you, but didn’t felt like it was a good idea to have fresh oysters at 10 in the morning ✌🏻

The Mushroom Madness pizza was a set lunch that came with their cold brew tea (this tea was really so so good and refreshing btw!) which made it quite a good deal. + I truly enjoyed the whole combination of the pizza with the cheesy garlicky sauce and the slight char in the crust.

Grilled chicken wings were really good and we could really taste the smokiness! We accidentally ordered the kids version (or smth) and it only came with like 6 pieces of wings - which we regret bc it wasn’t enough for two.

Nothing much about the lamb rack, just that it was nice and tender.

Actually highlight was the kunefe and ice cream, which I forgot to take a photo of but like ngl, it was really one of the better kunefes I’ve had in Sg. And their ice cream wasn’t the usual standard plain vanilla ice cream that sometimes you’ll get at other restaurants with the kunefe - this one tasted legit and chewy (idk?). But you just need to get the kunefe and ice cream if you’re ever here 💯💯

Coffee braised beef and could really taste the slight bitterness to the dish and it felt weird. Meat chunks were nice and tender + there were other more chewy parts too.

Thought the tacos were a little bit oily so we felt a bit jelak mid-way.

Still feel the octopus tacos are their best - flavour combo spicy and sour with the octopus cooked perfectly is just yumz.

Before we get to this pizza, I just wanted to say that service at Positano was top notch!

This pizza base was nice and crispy at the sides and soft at the centre. We had the calzone version also - but I guess nothing beats the basic margherita pizza. And the staff even told us that their pizzas are freshly made on the spot for when every order comes in.

Don’t think there are a lot of halal thin crusted pizza options in Sg so this is definitely one of the go-to places if you’re craving for that!

Portion was huge and the entire sandwich was oozing with the beef brisket and cheese! Think they used like 3 different types of cheese but with the flavour from the beef brisket, it really wasn’t overwhelming at all.

It comes with real hot soup in a mug (cute!). We got the mushroom soup which was also really nice and full of flavour - kinda feels like it just warms your soul?

Had the eggs benedict with stewed spinach! My eggs were perfectly poached and runny and the hollandaise sauce was yumz but tbh I’d skip the spinach - felt like it was unseasoned and it didn’t really work with the whole dish.

Oh but I really really like the roasted potatoes!

This pasta dish reminds me of daging kicap and it was real good! Pasta was cooked well and I really love how the whole thing comes together 🤩

Quite affordable at I think about $7 for the waffles and $5/ scoop of gelato. They have really unique flavours here and Keto alternatives as well.

Thought it was quite a decent combination of waffles + ice cream and they even had like a caramel sauce on the side. Waffles were not too sweet and little on the crunchy side when I had it.

Plus point, shop smells really nice all the time and they’re open till late!

10/10 would come back here again just for this.

Initially was a bit skeptical because we don’t always hear of octopus in tacos but this turned out really great! Octopus was nice and tender and blended really well with the other flavours.

Decided to try their brunch menu instead of their fish and chips/ lunch. This was decent, but not great. The entire combination was okay, but the bread was just a bit too cold and hard for my liking.

Oh, but the iced latte was good!

This French toast was on another level of its own that I can’t describe. It was surprisingly not overwhelmingly sweet and I quite enjoyed it.

We spent about $140 for two for two drinks, the French toast, eggs benedict, satay, Queen’s conserve (this must try! - it’s kouign aman pastry, lemony/ passionfruity curd and ice cream yumz) which I thought was quite expensive. But worth a try for the quality of food and ambience.