Brawn & Brains Coffee (Guillemard)

2942 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
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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Thursday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Friday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Saturday:
09:30am - 06:00pm

Sunday:
09:30am - 06:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

Wednesday:
08:30am - 06:00pm

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A spot that I can say that I have been returning to every week, but it is still a rare occasion when I find myself sharing a main here instead of just having the pastries here — after all, there are mains such as the Curried Chicken Wrap and the Oven Baked Molten Eggs on Tortilla and Melted Cheese that I have been craving for, but there are always plans to have something else after the visit here.

Sounding like a rather simple dish that can be easily assembled by most in their kitchen, this also a dish that exemplifies the philosophy behind Brawn & Brains — their food always comes simple, but well-executed without being over-the-top; just straight up comforting brunch fare that warms the soul. The open face toast here comes with melted cheese over the top; stretchy and savoury, whilst complimenting the crusty and rustic slice of toast beneath it. Cherry tomatoes can be found hiding in the midst of the melted cheese — perhaps an attempt to use its zestiness to cut through the cheesiness and the carbs. Topped off with grilled bacon, the grilled bacon carries a hint of saltish flavour typical of cured meat, alongside an evident smokiness that I so ever love about their bacon here — absolutely sinful yet delicious; very few other establishments does their bacon this way. The Onsen Egg comes with a satisfying jiggle and a molten egg yolk; one could choose to dab it on the toast, or pair it with the garden salad if they so wish to that gives the salad a luscious texture and an eggy flavour, while the edamame is something that provides for a more wholesome feel for those with bigger appetites.

I think I have said enough over the years, but every visit that I have their mains and I would say that I have been neglecting their hot food offerings for quite a bit — the stuff here feels great to revisit for something I know will be satisfying, and especially rewarding to have after going around many other establishments be it cafes, bistro, restaurants and hawkers to just try what others have to offer. Reminds me that I have still yet to try the Fried Chicken Burger that is only available at their East Coast Road outlet!

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Headed to the favourite place yet again for the morning coffee and spied a familiar pastry with a different hue — not sure if this is one of their Christmas specials available for just a limited period, but the Raspberry Glaze & Pistachios Croissant’s pink-coloured aesthetic is something that is difficult to miss.

Pretty similar to their Earl Grey Croissant that I almost seemingly have every time that I am here, the Raspberry Glaze with Pistachios Croissant sees the basic croissant topped off with a sugary glaze and nuts — the raspberry glaze provides a slight tartness on top of the usual sweetness, while the pistachios help to add a slight saltish nuttiness that gives the croissant an interesting contrast of flavours. Yet another pastry that I am getting here — while it lasts, that is.

Amongst all the donuts that I’d tried of late, these were most reminiscent of old school bakery sugar donuts. Soft, fluffy, not as chewy as sourbombebakery and slightly bready. Nice, but I ask myself why am I paying $4+ for one instead of going to the neighbourhood bakery? 🤣 Cinnamon spice at least was more special.

Maybe I should have gotten the filled donuts instead. Cinnamon spice > Classic sugar.

💵: $17.90

🤔: Definitely a calorie bomb 🥴🥴🥴
Felt like the different components didn't come together that well, would recommend getting their taco over this

A rather decent brunch dish but there wasn’t anything special about it. The tortila below the eggs and the (very thinly) sliced bread were abit hard :( That aside, the eggs were cooked perfectly and fresh veggies were really fresh which I love! Portion is big as well and I shared this with a friend as we were both not very hungry - was just nice.

Ordered the iced latte (house blend with oat milk) for $5.50 and it was pretty good! Nice atmosphere here as well with lots of natural sunlight.

⭐️ 3.5/5

superrrr flakyy and gooodd 🤤the hazelnuts add a nice crunch!! but was lowkey disappointed that there wasn’t any filling

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