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Latest Reviews for Breakfast & Brunch

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Breakfast & Brunch

When a big group of us visited Morsels for lunch on Sunday, Chef-owner Petrina kindly brought out their newest creation at the end of our meal to let us have a taste.
Meet the “Duck Kut Teh”, which is available from yesterday until the 24th of February. The latest addition to Morsel’s rotating noodle of the week, it is an embodiment of her new direction in focusing on one meat each time.
What you get to enjoy here is soft, silky “mee sua” served in a delicate but flavourful broth made from red and green Sichuan peppercorns plus white pepper. Toppings include the starring meat of the week in two forms - as a whole duck thigh that’s been cooked in the same stock till very tender, and a crispy “cigar” stuffed with fragrant shredded duck meat. You can also find a few pieces of thick and bouncy beancurd skin prepared Sichuan-style in rose wine, vinegar and soya sauce in the bowl as well. As you can probably tell, there’s a wonderful mix of textures to excite the mouth with every bite. On the side is a very appetising dip of “kicap manis”, dark soya sauce, garlic and chilli padi. I loved splashing loads of it over the “mee sua”.
If you are a fan of duck, this would be a most ideal dish for you.

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Loved the food here! Best croissant I’ve had, the slight crisp outside contrasted the soft buttery inside very well. Matcha flavour was strong.

The smoked salmon squid ink sandwich was equally good — got it as it was one of the cheapest on the menu and was pleasantly surprised. Generous portions of salmon!

Wouldn’t mind eating this for all 3 meals 😋

Mocha was very strong and thick, but too overpriced. Ambience was very cosy and staff were very friendly though. Nice quiet location to study or meetup with friends.

Salmon poke bowl was very good! Loved the perfectly cooked half boiled egg and salmon was very fresh. The tofu zoodles were very light and “refreshing”, great vegetarian option. Very satisfied meal! Price range about $12-$20 here.

This sounds strong and stiff, with 4 shots of Ristretto espresso extracted over chilled Japanese Hokkaido milk.
But on the palate, it feels like a double shot, lacking the pronounced bitterness and acidity of arabica coffee beans, instead having a mild sweetness.
It's an Arabic word translated to mean 'worship' or 'obedience with submission to God'.
Invited tasting.
Kafe Utu
More details in profile & blog

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After a three-month hiatus, this hidden gem in Kembangan known for cafe fare that hits the spot is back! Visit on weekends to savour their newly revamped weekend brunch menu, including the Croque Madame ($22). It flaunts a buttery yet tangy Tomato Hollaindaise that Burppler Xing Wei Chua describes as "incredibly umami without being jelat (overpowering)". The comforting Oven Baked Eggs ($22) is a hit with the Burpple community as well.
Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua


Comes with choice of 2 sides (fries, wedges, butter rice, aglio olio, salad, coleslaw) Tasted normal, worth for the low price. Location good for big groups so wld recommend coming if that’s what ur looking for!

On their all day breakfast menu, eggs on garlic bread with smoked salmon! Eggs were translucent so was abit unsure when it first came, but tasted ok. Comes with 2 sides of salad & wedges. Worth for smoked salmon.

,am having Ham and Cheese Sandwhich and peppermint mocha.

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Im having an awesome SUB here! 😋😋😋
Although PAUL offers many types of sandwiches for takeaway, this Smoked Salmon Sandwich ($9.90) simply stole my heart! ❤
JUST LOOK at how generous they are with the amount of smoked salmon slices! 😍😍😍 U can be guaranteed a good mouthful of that smoky & savoury goodness in every bite!! Yup, that's all i need! ✔
Featuring sesame PAUL flûte laid with crunchy romaine lettuce, fresh juicy tomatoes & an entire stretch of soft smoked salmon, this really is my kind of sandwich! 💕💕 As my sandwich was freshly made, the exterior of my bread had a good crunch. Suggest to finish it off before it cools as it WILL get hard 😅
Really liked the sesame atop the bread which added some fragrance & nutty flavours! 👍🏻 The lemon cream cheese spread also added a citrusy zest that complemented the smoked salmon very well! 😋
Other sandwich choices include Salmon & Avocado ($9.90), Sesame Camembert ($7.80), Sandwich Dieppois (Tuna; $7.90), Viennois Dinde (Smoked turkey breast, $8.70) etc.. so spoilt for choice! 🤣

I’ve forgotten just how good Lady M’s mille crepes are. In fact, it’s actually been about 6 years since I last had anything from this establishment. But man, wolfing this down had me wondering why I’ve missed out on their desserts this long.

The Marron Mille Crepe, which comes at $9.50 per slice, is a testament to the adage that hard work pays off. Crepe pancakes, chantily cream, marron bits, painstakingly assembled layer by layer, gather to unleash one of the most satisfying textures you’ll ever get in a cake. I imagine constructing this dessert to be tedious, and it makes me appreciate it even more.

The only shortfalls to this were its steep pricing and that the flavour of the chestnut is too faint to discern. I didn’t get the unique sweetness of a chestnut. But otherwise, I really liked it. I’m planning a next visit as we speak! (8.1/10)


très mignon!
Chocolate ... very sweet!

☕️: Hot Chocolate - S$6.50
🍻: Ice Chocolate - S$7.00
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