390 Orchard Road
#01-01A Palais Renaissance
Singapore 238871

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11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

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11:30am - 10:30pm

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Homemade Kubaneh Bread [2/5]
Tiger Prawns [1/5]
Iberico Pluma [2/5]
Berry Mojito [2/5]
Binary Kopi Martini [3/5]

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(Invited Tasting) On every first Sunday of the month, you can enjoy a really good brunch at @binary0101.sg.
If you are just having food, it is priced at $48++ per pax. They’ve even designed set menus for 2, 3, 4 and 5 pax that makes sharing a breeze.
All of them kick off with Binary’s signature housemade Kubaneh Bread - a loaf that has had many people raving. Fabulous on its own, spread on some of the accompanying garlic butter and kombu butter to elevate it to cloud nine.
There are five ways that eggs, which form the next course, are prepared. Based on the three bosslady Karen (@thetravellingcow) had selected for us, I’d vote the Shakshuka as my fave. Its luscious tomato packed an appetising heat which I liked a lot.
@derricknguyen13 loved the Smoked Trout Eggs Benedict. Completely understable since it was constructed with great care. The poached eggs were lovely, the smoked salmon not too salty and the base - an atypical toasted baguette. There was avocado of optimal ripeness as well and an ideal amount of hollandaise sauce.
The third egg dish, a fluffy Three Cheese Omelette Souffle that was cooked all the way through, was even graced with caviar thanks to Karen’s generousity.
Moving on to the next part of the brunch involved picking one of the four available roasts. Of the three we shared, the Herb Marinated Roasted Spatchcock came out tops for me. It was deliciously seasoned, tasty, tender and juicy. I found the pesto sauce, as fine as it was, quite redundant.
We gobbled up the crispy-skin Oven Roasted Snapper in no time as well. A bright Chimichurri was the fish’s accompaniment.
Red meat lovers should be pleased to know they also have an Argentine Angus OP Rib as one of the options (requires top-up of $38).
For sides, the four of us decided on the Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and the refreshing and crisp 10 Veg Chopped Salad. I could have eaten the latter by myself - it’s simple but spot-on in every way.
For those who think vegetables are a waste of stomach space, you can zero in on the springy Hand-made Kurobuta Toulouse Sausage instead. Yes, that is also listed as one of the sides.
We wrapped up brunch with three desserts, starting with the Fudgey Chocolate Brownie and Vanilla Ice Cream which had wow-ed me on my first visit to @binary0101.sg.
If citrus is your thing, the Housemade Jelly with Yuzu Sorbet, topped with fresh blueberries, is a must-order.
Addictive to the max, the Signature Hongkong Egglet Waffle was as scrumptious as I remember. My preferred way to have it is with the marmalade.


korean gochujang

"lao gan ma" chili crisp

garlic butter & kombu butter

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The Mushroom Fritti ($14) reminded me of a Taiwanese snack that were crispy and addictive as the mushrooms were sprinkled with pepper and chilli powder.

The Cheese ($18) was a large cheese ball served with a layer of green pesto alla genovese. Encased in a golden crust, it revealed a creamy mozzarella hidden within. Interesting but it could have been tastier.

The Octupus ($28) was prepared with pesto alla genovese and executed very well with a nice texture and flavour.

With a choice of two kebabs ($18), we had the wagyu kofta and chicken tikka. Though attractively presented, the meat tasted a tad blend and dry.