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218 East Coast Road
Singapore 428916

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Saturday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Sunday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

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Delicious flaky croissants which may be too flakey for my liking. But I enjoyed it and it went very well with my iced latte. Sometimes I feel that I live for days like this - sipping on a iced coffee and munching on a simple bake.

Wanted to get the crusted cheese beef spag but it wasn't available when I was there (10am) cus pasta wasn't cooked yet.. so I got the friend chicken burger. It's really nice !! I like the sauce but it's a lil difficult to eat cus it's hugee. My friend had the other dish and it's very filling too we took quite a while to finish.

The earl grey croissant was fragrant but the white chocolate was far too sweet! This is definitely for those with a sweet tooth.

The dark chocolate croissant was rich and had hazelnuts for that extra flavour and crunch.

Which is honestly a really fair comment on this Fiery Cheese Crusted Beef Burger Spaghetti with a Slow Cooked egg ($18.90) — that’s literally what this is called on the menu. It wasn’t terrible: the sizable burger patty was fairly well seasoned, and I liked the (albeit chewy) parmesan disk beautifully plated around it. However the patty was completely overcooked (read: tough and dry), what I imagine to be their take on an arrabbiata sauce tasted like something straight out of a jar, and the noodles were so overcooked they were like the ‘spaghetti’ aka tomato noodles asian parents use to always make. In that sense it was very much like a pasta from Swensen’s: great if I were a 10 yo once again, middling at best now.

I’ve been to Brawn and Brains a couple of times since they first opened at Guillemard, and every time I’m like eh ok it’s aight but it ain’t my fave. Still I see it on ig and I start to think...maybe I’ll like it better now? At least for the rest of 2020 I can safely say I won’t be feeling that itch. They’ve got a huge fan base for their coffee which, in many ways, is plenty well done. Milk texturing and foam’s great, espresso’s tasty as well; it’s just unfortunately not the kind of brew I favour. I had the house blend which was described as boasting a nutty chocolate profile, but I definitely got a strong hit of acidity, some fruitiness, and even a touch of astringency. It’s also not as full-bodied and bold as I’d have personally liked, though this is 100% a matter of personal preference.

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