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Brunetti brings together a luscious array of everything Italian in an enticing caffé space – a Gelateria, Cioccolateria, Pasticceria and more.

163 Tanglin Road
#01-35 Tanglin Mall
Singapore 247933

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09:00am - 08:00pm

09:00am - 08:00pm

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4 Course Dinner at only $88 nett per couple! 🥗Starter - Sautéed Portobello Mushroom, Garden Salad with balsamic vinegar.
🥦Soup - Creamy Brocolli Spinach Soup.
🍴Choose a main course;
Pan Seared Sea Bass or Oven Baked Chicken Thigh or Rack of Lamb.
🍰Cake of the day, served with coffee or tea.

Overall the dinner was quite enjoyable, and I really like the soup and the mains. The cakes are pretty and it will sure impress your date. Major plus point is the reasonable price. Dinner is on from now till 14 February.

Brunetti started in the year 1985 when Brunetti started trading along the Faraday Street in Australia. Over the years, Brunetti expanded around Melbourne, Australia and in 2011 opened its first international location in Tanglin Mall, Singapore.
Tanglin Mall is strategically located at the junction of Tanglin Road & Grange Road. It's near Hotel Jen Tanglin!

Thanks @singaporefoodlisting for the invitation and @brunettisg & @tanglinmallsg for having us!

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Honestly forgot the name of this dish, but it was a seafood pizza (~23). Pretty disappointing as it tasted fishy and slightly one dimensional, with not much substance or additional flavour. Only saving point was the crust which was thin, crispy and to my liking. Probably won’t be back unless to try something else like their desserts


Finally made a proper visit to @brunettisg for the first time recently! (I’ve been to Brunetti once before as a child and had cake but can’t remember much.)

Brunetti is a Melbourne chain that’s opened an outlet in Tanglin Mall for as long as I can remember.

For local cafe standards, the food here is decently priced for what you get. It does get a little busy and on our trip down we found it to be a little under-staffed. I think there’s no service charge, so help yourself to the water! Also I think there was some misunderstanding over the phone as to whether we could use the @entertainersg app on the weekend, but when we were at the restaurant, we heard another customer using it but oh well, the food isn’t too expensive so we aren’t that disappointed 🤷🏻‍♀️

The scrambled eggs at Brunetti is the dry variety (don’t expect something soft and runny), and there’s a lot of truffle and a considerable amount of pepper mixed into the eggs (not that I’m complaining!). The salad was fresh and had lots of vinaigrette. As for the toast, it was quite normal, could be served hotter and crisper, but it was a generous amount.

On the whole, a filling breakfast that’s reasonably priced. It didn’t really leave that much of an impression on me but if you’re looking for a simple, quick breakfast that will leave you feeling full and not out of pocket, Brunetti is a safe bet! It’s also a pretty family-friendly place with a fuss-free, straightforward menu and there’s plenty of fanciful cakes and gelato on display.

More food pics and reviews on and

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The food is nothing to write home about - extremely average: no special innovation, not memorable flavours - but the menu offers a decent selection of bistro-type dishes: pastas, salads, pizzas, fish&chips, one burger, sandwiches. Friendly staff, whose main task is to bring the dishes and drinks to your table after you have ordered and paid at the cashier.

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Heard a bit about Brunetti and how impressive the cakes are in Australia, so knowing that there is a branch here in Singapore, I decided to check out what they have on offer!

The Pear and Cheese Crumble ($10++) comes as a surprisingly delicious baked dessert to me because I'm usually not a big fan of American-style cheesecakes as they can get pretty cloying. While the cream cheese flavour is strong with this cake, it is not heavy. Pairing up with poached pear gives the cake slightly sweet notes to the cake along with the blackberry jam. The base of the cake is done with chocolate chip biscuits, but I did not really get an impression of that while having this. Topped with a blackberry to finish, this cake is such a joy to eat along with some tea or coffee, although the steep price point might leave some feeling skeptical before ordering. 🤔


@$8.50 per cup of 2 scoops (use entertainer app 1for1)

I am a sucker for ice cream.


Eating gelato just reminds me of my trip to Italy where I would go store to store to eat different gelato.

So many flavours, not enough money, not enough stomach space