Recommended lists for Breakfast & Brunch

Recommended lists of Best Breakfast & Brunch in Singapore, 2018
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Breakfast & Brunch, Desserts, Cafes & Coffee Brunch Places To Hop! All day breakfast, egg Benedict, anything that can satisfy your brunch fix! 🍴
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Top 10 Places for Breakfast & Brunch

Top 10 places for Breakfast & Brunch

Latest Reviews for Breakfast & Brunch

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Breakfast & Brunch

They use a higher percentage of whole wheat, like in cookies and breads to keep GI levels moderate for a healthier diet.

They are really quite hidden, making breads and bakes with passion and soul. Well, up to us to ‘discover’ them and let you know, right?

It’s near Bras Basah MRT and the Art Museum.

Went on a pretty unfortunate day where we only had the option of a beef rice bowl..

It sure looks pretty.

Thought the cardamom grains were heavily reminiscent of the familiar briyani rice haha.

The beef was very salty.

While the tomato salsa was honestly spoilt :(


I only actually liked the cutely shaped pappadum.

Pretty excited for South Union Park’s menu revamp for how they had gone on a hiatus for three months. A very light-tasting, comforting and hearty pasta featuring tomato-base — the tomato-base is just about right; not overly tangy but still flavoursome. Handmade pasta here is still stellar — provides a good bite whilst done al-dente; excellent as always, while the chicken sausage gives a good, meaty bite whilst melding well with all else on the plate without dominating the other elements here. Yet another satisfying meal here; always a joy to eat here for how every dish is so well-executed — my favourite place to dine at as always!

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In addition, it is perfect for vegans! 🥗 Starting at $11.50+, you can choose from a wide range of Salad, Sandwiches, Pasta and their Lunch Specials. With so many options to choose from, there is something for everyone. .
Grilled Tofu and Avocado Salad at S$15.
Happy Monday Everyone! 🎉 .
Thanks phuayx for the review :) .
Where to dine?
Thyme @ Rochester
44 Rochester Park, Singapore 139248

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Milo Float. Seems about right. 😊
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Perfect combo of Blue cheese, William pear, walnut butter. There's no buns in this photo because I ordered bunless #lowcarb 😂

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Cooked With cherry tomatoes , garlic , white wine and chilli.
Generous of lobster meat, sauce taste really good, but the pasta overcooked.
Overall good dish. 💙
All pasta are made fresh daily in house.
@publico_sg currently have promotion for lunch set :
💕2 courses for $30.
From Antipasti, Bruschetta, Insalata, Zuppa, Primi/Pizza and Dolci.
💕3 courses for $35.
Choose one item from Antipasti, Bruschetta, Insalata, Zuppa, One item from Primi/Pizza and one item from Dolci. 💕
1 Nanson Road, Singapore.

Thank you @foodgemsg For bring me along.

Perhaps this dish should be renamed to ‘Spicy pasta’ instead, given that the spicy shrimp XO sauce stole the limelight away from the umami bonito flakes with its tinge of spice and vibrant reddish hues. Topped with a generous heap of bonito flakes, the pasta also came with an onsen egg and ebiko. Spaghetti noodles are used for this pasta dish, which is done to a slight al dente texture. As a huge fan of spicy food, I truly enjoyed this dish with its relentless spice that was also fragrant, aromatic! The tiny shrimps and bonito flakes supposedly contributed to the umami flavour (as the name suggests) but unfortunately was overshadowed by the intense and lingering spice! .

Though food here was enjoyable, I am sad to admit that I can’t say so for the service. It was indeed a challenge grabbing the staffs’ attention (also partly due to the weekend crowd) and furthermore, the cutleries provided weren’t clean. Despite requesting twice from the staff, it still wasn’t given to us even after our food arrived and hence I had to search on my own for a new set( being clueless since it was my first visit here too🌚). Thanks to @burpple beyond, I managed to clinch a 1-for-1 deal for the mains which more or less, did some compensation for the disappointing service .
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The #cubano was good, coming in a nicely toasted crisp bread (that sadly got a bit hard & tough as it cooled). There was generous amounts of flavourful pulled pork that went well with the juicy butter pickles, mustard & cheese. The #cheesesteak includes sliced beef brisket with molten cheese sauce. While tender and tasty, the beef didn’t really taste like beef (maybe cause we aren’t fans of brisket style) and it can get a bit jelat. The menu also states there are onions but sadly, we didn’t see / taste any onions in our sandwich. Do note it’s quite a big portion! Good for sharing 👍🏼
📍@parkbenchdeli, 179 Telok Ayer Street

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Sophisticated white decor and beautiful marble walls, the New York cake boutique is aesthetic and befitting of its elegant name. It was our first time there and it took us awhile to pick our cakes as we were spoilt for choice. Eventually, we decided on the signature mille crepes, green tea mille crepes and the gateau au chocolat. My favourite of the trio has got to be the signature mille crepe, a delicate cake built with layers of thin buttery crepe and sinful cream that was light and not overly sweet. The green tea version also had that same fragrant eggy flavours to it with a twist of green tea fusion. However, I felt that it was a bit too sweet and I wished the distinct bitterness of the tea shone through more. As for the last cake, it was dense and rich in indulgent chocolate with slices of nuts to give it that extra texture. Topped with smooth chocolate glaze to complete its look, it is one really good chocolate cake indeed. I look forward to trying their other flavours in the future, especially the earl grey mille crepe, an exclusive at the South Beach outlet. I find their special flavours every month an interesting and fun concept as well.

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There’s a new contender in the form of Mao Shan Wang Croissant ($5). .
It looks like a normal croissant on the outside, but break the flaky pastry to reveal the prize- the unmistakable smell of durian permeates as golden, luscious MSW paste oozes out. ..
The paste is generous- comparable to one medium sized durian piece.
But the #MSW probably overpowered everything else, including the buttery flaky croissant layers.
Put anything MSW or salted egg yolk into anything and SGreans will lap it up 😋

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This Aussie inspired cafe is one of the few places where the food actually speaks for itself. Love the option to pimp my breakfast! 😊

On my plate:
1) gluten free sourdough [$3]
2) wilted spinach [$5]
3) poached eggs [$6]
4) sautéed potatoes [$5]
5) house smoked ocean trout [$8]

The house smoked ocean trout is a must order!! Smoked to perception with the right consistency and texture. Definitely a far cry from the store bought ones. Particularly also enjoyed the gluten free toasts, which were more dense than the rye, pumpernickel and sourdough.