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Brawn & Brains Coffee (Guillemard)

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We Love Good Coffee, Hearty Sandwiches & Great Company. If you fancy a gentler pace away from the hustle & bustle, visit us and spend a slow afternoon while you indulge in a good cup of coffee, just the way you like it. Unpretentious, complete chill out & relaxation. That's how we like it, and you?

100 Guillemard Road
#01-02 Singpore Badminton Hall
Singapore 399718

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09:30am - 06:00pm

09:30am - 06:00pm


08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

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Have had the original Earl Grey Lavender Croissant with Toasted Hazelnuts for quite a while now, so this new rendition (which I already had twice; once at East Coast Road and the other time at Guillemard) was certainly a refreshing change. Now the same airy croissant that perfumes of the floral notes now come with an cream cheese filling — the filling isn't particularly heavy; one would get a light tinge of tartness whilst the cream cheese helps add a soft and creamy texture provides a contrast of textures which seems fitting to the croissant. Spiked with a little bit of the Earl Grey Lavender, the Earl Grey Lavender Cream Cheese also helps to elevate those floral notes even further from the sugar glazing; pretty lovely indeed.


It was around $4 and super delicious!!! The hazelnut spread was gooey but not messy! It was not overly sweet either. They even sprinkled a few hazelnuts too and it added a nice crunch. The croissant itself was crispy on the outside and soft, fluffy on the inside! Definitely recommend hehe

Beef pastrami+cheese+tomatoes+onions+greens between grilled panini with side of chips. A sandwich that tasted like pizza. Bread was nicely toasted. Definitely a filling sandwich but it’s too heavy for me - too gelat after a couple mouthful. I much prefer their curried chicken wrap to this.

Cappuccino ($5.50) is good. I chose the single origin Lufa blend - it’s creamy, not acidic, chocolately. Will come back for coffee, ambience, service and other food.

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Located at 100 Guillemard Rd, #01-02, Singapore 399718. .
Their weekend Signature - Oven Baked Molten Eggs, with a side smoked salmon, avocado and melted cheese, $17.90. Hidden gem in the neighbourhood. We love how they take pride in plating their food so beautifully and Instagram-able! Nicely sliced avocado, neatly rolled smoked salmon into roses shape 🌹 , cut baby tomatoes, salads and that irresistible molten egg covered with melted cheese before oven-bake them to crispy edges! Beautiful and delicious Sunday brunch! .
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Always excited when the folks Brawn & Brains releases new items; wouldn't say my stomach is the most tolerant to milk teas but the one here is certainly one I would not mind having again risking it all — the green tea comes pretty rich and aromatic of the tea's predominant bitter undertones, ending off with just a light touch of sweetness that is also creamy; almost akin to that of their Cold Brew Coffee itself. A great alternative to have for those who would take up tea over coffee any day.


Curried chicken with arugula, onion, some sauce in toasted tortilla wrap with chips and add on avocado. Avocado is slightly expensive at $4.50 for slightly more than half of an avocado - as informed by the staff btw. I like how they slice the avocado thinly for you so it’s very easy to eat with the wrap.

Love the combination of Argula and onions with the refreshing sauce as it cuts through the “heaviness” of the curried chicken. Curried chicken reminds me of curry puff filling.

Portions are big. Chips are just normal chips - I rather have a side of greens (especially if it tasted as good as the greens in the wrap)

Flat white ($5.50) is good. I got the single origin (Papua New Guinea blend). Strong, full bodied, not acidic - just the way I like my coffee.

Staff are very friendly and the place is not big. I can imagine how crowded it will be on a weekend. I will definitely be back for the coffee and food.