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Bras Basah

~$30/pax

Deviant Middle Eastern food. Not the kind of thing you'll ever get in the Middle East itself. We love doing things differently, and hate conforming to so-called 'norms'. Communal plates, cool music, chummy service, no pretentious bullshit, nuff said.
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161 Middle Road
Singapore 188978

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Wednesday:
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 03:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 03:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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You know what the burnt honey soft serve & sea salt ($6) reminded me of? Werther's Original caramel hard candies.

Luscious and silky, yet icy enough to be the chocolate salty pie ($6)’s perfect match. My friend and I dramatically tipped the entire cup of soft serve onto the pie, and dived right in. No regrets whatsoever.

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The chocolate salty pie ($6) may not be the most visually enticing dessert out there, but it’s the stuff of dreams.

Lose your inhibitions and just go in on this deep-fried pastry coated in cocoa sugar, filled with warm oozy Valrhona dark chocolate.

It's also not the time to be stubborn and "choose just one". You MUST have the pie with the burnt honey soft serve & sea salt ($6), and share this whole lot with a friend, lest you find yourself with a sore throat (and other sugar-induced ailments).

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WEEKEND BRUNCH MENU
In SG's competitive food scene, it's commonplace to see restaurants come and go. I was, however, deeply saddened to hear of Bird Bird's closure in end-2017, as I genuinely loved the concept. Didn't help that the fried chicken was bomb.

Well you can imagine how ecstatic I was to see the familiar Lebanese Fried Chicken ($25) on the menu!!!!!! I almost shed tears, being greeted with crispy, gorgeously caramelised skin (za'tar honey I love you) that peeled away to reveal astoundingly juicy and tender drumstick meat. Served with a garlic toum dip, crunchy pickles and crinkle chips - you're all set.