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218 East Coast Road
Singapore 428916

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08:00am - 09:30pm

08:00am - 09:30pm

08:00am - 06:00pm


08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

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From the Burpple community

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.


Popping by @brawn_and_brains second outlet, hidden along East Coast Road, for a quick lunch. Simple fare as we tuck into the Karaage chicken with BBQ sauce, tangy Mexican Ribeye beef taco and scrambled egg on toast with avocado on the side. Sadly there don’t serve the delightful oven baked molten eggs here. Oh wells, at least there’s more excuses for brunch dates then.

Brawn and Brains Coffee
Address: 218 East Coast Road, Singapore 428916
#brawnandbrainscoffee #teampixel #cassxteampixel


The weekend special at Brawn & Brains’ outpost at East Coast Road — the brunch menu here is entirely different from their Guillemard Road branch; the latter serving up more wraps and sandwiches while the former serves up comfort fare. The waffle hash is essentially a crisp potato cake; somewhat similar to a Rosti but thicker, while the poached eggs were well-executed with runny yolk. Chorizo sausage was decent; snappy and moist without being overly salty, while the salad mix features strips of apples for a slight tinge of sweetness. Whilst simple, it is certainly a comforting brunch item to have.