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The 𝙍𝙞𝙗𝙚𝙮𝙚 𝙗𝙤𝙬𝙡 (~$17) was pretty good, hitting all the right spots with the well seasoned generous portion of Angus sirloin, though I can’t say the same about the eggs.,,.. 😟

Ig @goodfomood

This originally dinner-exclusive menu is SPRMRKT's new vegetable-forward creations. And this adds to their existing menu of café-style favourites, available for orders through their newly launched online ordering site E-SPRMRKT at website: e.sprmrkt.com.sg.
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Pictured are:
* Crab - with burnt corn, pomegranate, sriracha mayo, sea salt
* Hamachi ($32) - Grilled Hamachi collar, capers, burnt butter, anchovy
* Mackerel - with tamarind, coconut sugar, buttered kale, tomato salsa
* Heirloom Baby Carrots ($26) - with mustard seeds, charred leeks, pressed tofu, halloumi cheese
* Ginger Calamansi (spiked) - with calamansi, ginger, mint, sugar, soda, gin
* Pomegranate Lemon (spiked) - pomegranate, lemon, sugar, soda, vodka
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The fishes and seafood were fresh and tasty, but the heirloom carrots became the highlight of the meal. Will share in detail about that and some main courses in my next post.

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Been awhile since I’ve had this! Revelry is a quaint neighbourhood cafe that has thrived over the years. They specialise in Belgian waffles, which are quite distinct from the run-of-the-mill buttermilk waffles you find at other places! Their Good Ol’ Spiced Apple waffles ($14+) are my favourite for dessert. The waffles are crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside, with a savoury tinge that complements the toppings. Apples are stewed in cinnamon & sugar, yielding a satisfying syrupy crunch. I always ask to change the usual vanilla ice cream to coconut - adds a whole other dimension!

I would have loved to redeem the Burpple Beyond deals here, but since I am just buying this for myself, it was a better idea to order a Medium size healthy food for me.

Of course, the advantage of getting customised açaí bowls was that I got to choose my own combination of fruits and supplements. I would, however, recommend getting the açaí and chia pudding as the base, simply because it adds a lot more texture to the bowl on top of all the benefits that these superfoods would provide.

Salted caramel chocolate tart ($6.50)
Passionfruit meringue tart ($6.50)

Both really good, with the perfect mix of flavours. The crust is buttery and melts in your mouth!!
The passionfruit meringue is a good balance between sour and sweet :)
The salted caramel is a classic <3

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I’ve long held the impression that the food at every one of @vinceteng and @phaybulous’ casual dining establishments are discerningly prepared so they are refined and delicious even at the affordable price points.
Being creative, nimble and adaptable, they have recently added a few items to @punch.sg’s Takeaway Menu that will only be around for as long as F&B is disallowed from offering dine-in. And these are really worth getting your hands on.
My favourite of what I got to try would be the ‘PUNCH’ing Gloves, a burger built with the famous potato brioche buns from @burntends_sg. Between the two halves is a beautifully done medium-rare 120g beef patty upon which lies melted Brie cheese, and dressed with spicy tomato mayo & pickled onions. I enjoyed this burger very much for the bracing acidity from the plentiful onions as it gave as good as it got from the rich beefiness. The battle played out on my palate with a great deal of excitement but I proclaim myself the ultimate champion because guess who got to eat it 😌.
For pasta fans, the moreish and dry-style Grilled Tiger Prawns & Scallop Aglio Olio ($19) is sure to satisfy as the spaghetti is cooked with chilli, garlic, olive oil, toasted breadcrumbs for extra body and bite, and finished with parsley.
A cup of Bircher Muesli ($13) was included in one of the delivered bags too. How sweet of @vincteng and @phaybulous to sort out my breakfast for the next day. This lovely and healthy creation with soaked oats, grated apples, sliced mango, Greek yogurt and toasted coconut flakes has been in existence since the opening of their first cafe, The Plain that was located on Craig Road. It was a place I use to visit almost on a weekly basis at one stage.
You can view the full menu at @punch.sg’s link-in-bio and order all of the above via Grab.
But NOT the special PUNCH Fried Chicken. To secure yourself a box or more of this, you will need to WhatsApp: 83984300.
Theirs is not the thick-battered, crunchy kind of coating but more of a thin layer of crisp coating the juicy meat. Included in each set are fries, fried mantou, housemade pickles and spicy tomato mayo. You can pick the 2pc for $16 (Thigh & Drumstick) or 3pc for $21 (Thigh, Drumstick & Whole Wing). If you crave a little extra funky creaminess, there’s a Blue Cheese Dip you can pay $2 more for. And because #friedchicken is arguably best with #beer, why not grab a Little Creatures Pale or a Bright Ale ($8). Do note you’ll need to WhatsApp them a day in advance for the PUNCH Fried Chicken. Here’s the number again: 83984300.

Now you can get food and beverages from SPRMRKT via the order link below and deliveries will be made across all of their three outlets. I had the opportunity to experience a few of the signature and new dishes from SPRMRKT’s all-day cafe menu for brunch this week, delivered directly to my home, and it is as good as dining in at the actual restaurant.

Pictured is the spread of food that includes a serving of Brussel Sprouts ($15), an excellent starter of charred Brussel sprouts with burnt corn and pomegranate in a sriracha mayo and Aburi Salmon Grain Bowl ($24) on a bed of organic Cambodian brown rice with tomatoes, avocado, poach egg over a ginger shoyu dressing. The ginger shoyu dressing is a smart way to give it an umami soya sauce flavour while ridding off any fishiness from the salmon. Additionally, the delivery also comes with the SPRMRKT Breakfast Platter ($28) and Tiramisu ($12). The former is the classic big breakfast served in most cafes and this version comes with a choice of two eggs, mixed mushrooms, two pork sausages with one being a chorizo, bacon, confit tomato, fresh greens and toast. The latter is the perfect ending to a meal with a tiramisu that’s made using a vanilla sponge that is soaked in cold brew coffee with mascarpone and cream. To wash it all done, finish with a bottle of cold brew which has been sweetened with honey.

During this period, if you wish to place a takeaway order, you can simply WhatsApp or call the respective SPRMRKT outlets in Dempsey Hill and Cluny Court before heading down to collect. For islandwide delivery, there is a delivery charge of $10. With just a few days left till 1 June, if you contact the outlets directly and place an order for takeaway or delivery, you get to enjoy a 15% off all ala carte items.
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📍SPRMRKT
8 Dempsey Hill, Unit 01-15A, Singapore 247696
https://e.sprmrkt.com.sg/

Now you can get food and beverages from SPRMRKT via the order link below and deliveries will be made across all of their three outlets. I had the opportunity to experience a few of the signature and new dishes from SPRMRKT’s all-day cafe menu for brunch this week, delivered directly to my home, and it is as good as dining in at the actual restaurant.

Pictured is the spread of food that includes a serving of Brussel Sprouts ($15), an excellent starter of charred Brussel sprouts with burnt corn and pomegranate in a sriracha mayo and Aburi Salmon Grain Bowl ($24) on a bed of organic Cambodian brown rice with tomatoes, avocado, poach egg over a ginger shoyu dressing. The ginger shoyu dressing is a smart way to give it an umami soya sauce flavour while ridding off any fishiness from the salmon. Additionally, the delivery also comes with the SPRMRKT Breakfast Platter ($28) and Tiramisu ($12). The former is the classic big breakfast served in most cafes and this version comes with a choice of two eggs, mixed mushrooms, two pork sausages with one being a chorizo, bacon, confit tomato, fresh greens and toast. The latter is the perfect ending to a meal with a tiramisu that’s made using a vanilla sponge that is soaked in cold brew coffee with mascarpone and cream. To wash it all done, finish with a bottle of cold brew which has been sweetened with honey.

During this period, if you wish to place a takeaway order, you can simply WhatsApp or call the respective SPRMRKT outlets in Dempsey Hill and Cluny Court before heading down to collect. For islandwide delivery, there is a delivery charge of $10. With just a few days left till 1 June, if you contact the outlets directly and place an order for takeaway or delivery, you get to enjoy a 15% off all ala carte items.
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📍SPRMRKT
8 Dempsey Hill, Unit 01-15A, Singapore 247696
https://e.sprmrkt.com.sg/

Being photogenic is one thing, but looking good in a paper box after sitting in the car is a whole new level. Beyoncé who?? I only know Merci Marcel’s 𝙁𝙧𝙚𝙣𝙘𝙝 𝙏𝙤𝙖𝙨𝙩 (~$17).
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Aside from looking pretty damn amazing, it’s crazy fluffy and airy, and dare I say: almost feathery-like. It’s more toward the bready side than the eggy side, so it went well with the well blended raspberry purée. 🍞
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Tbvh, it’s not the best French toast by itself ( @ronin.cafe PLEASE come back), but put it together with berries and the oh so heavenly light whipped cream and dAMNN she fine. 🤩
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And for how good the whipped cream was— so good I considered keeping the leftovers.

Ig @goodfomood