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There’s two different coffee blends currently available at the Brawn & Brains East Coast outlet, and I definitely prefer the house blend which is less acidic with a nuttier flavour.
Brawn & Brains Coffee
Address: 218, East Coast Road, Singapore 428916
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Prices are steep for what you can essentially cook at home to the same standard, but it's worth the (very) occasional treat of a mound of fluffy, creamy scrambled eggs dusted with finely grated Parmesan. The side salad of baby spinach with a subtle dressing is surprisingly good too. No regrets adding on the sides of meaty pork bacon rashers($4.8) and the most beautifully fanned out slices of avocado($4.5) I've seen this side of Guillemard either. They also happen to make the best coffee(imo) in the neighbourhood.

Taste: 3.5/5


So beautiful it hurts but that’s not the best thing about the spread here. You can trust owners @eamesboy and @gpsywhite to make taste the priority. And that is how the Scrambled Eggs on Toast ($10.80+), and they use multi-grain bread, has the eggs cooked with butter and milk till a creamy, almost-runny softness. To finish, very finely-grated Parmesan and a dusting of paprika. The same paprika is trailed over my add-on order of avocado ($4.50+) which was sliced with such mind boggling precision I wouldn’t be surprised if a computer and laser were involved. Bacon and portobello were the other extras I asked for before sensibility caught up with me ($4.80+ and $4+ respectively). There were four slices of the smoky, crisped porky goodness and one hefty, juicy representative for the mushroom. Yes, I may have been a bit greedy.
A word of caution: Don’t get so distracted by capturing the aesthetics you let your food grow cold.