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I absolutely love the pandan hotcakes here! Had thought that it was just more of the colour but the pandan flavour was actually so distinct and fragrant, and the hotcakes were sufficiently thick, fluffy and moist. You will definitely like this if you like ondeh ondeh too, which was what this reminded me of, with the combination of pandan, grated coconut and gula melaka syrup which is oh-so addictive 😍

No wonder everyone's been raving bout this mash, absolutely luxurious and buttery, i wouls say this is second to only Joel Ro but a fracture of its price. I could eat their mash as a main. Salmon was pretty nice and so was the special miso glaze on top.

Well, it only made sense that Brown Sugar came up with some sweets to make its name sound more legit. On those days whereby the weather out there was crazy hot and all that was needed was an air-conditioned eatery to spend the afternoon, this might be something good to go with a low-sugar hot beverage.

Consider getting their Strawberry Fairy Honey Toast (S$6.80) which included a stack of chunky toast cubes topped with homemade frothy cheese cream, strawberries, blueberries, Milo powder and honey drizzle. Not bad for a simple yet somewhat Instagrammable treat, plus for weekdays between 2.00pm and 6.00pm this would also come with a cup of coffee or tea.


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Available from around 11.30am onwards, one of the four main dishes of Brown Sugar was the Prawn Laksa Noodle (S$7.80), which was also claimed to be the Singapore classic.

The ingredients included some large prawns, fish cake, “tau pok” and half a boiled egg, and the dish was garnished with chopped Laksa leaves. I was quite pleased with the freshness of the prawns as indicated by its crisp to every bite, and it seemed that the “lemak” flavour was quite there too. I would be even happier if the gravy tasted less diluted to accentuate the soul of a good bowl of Laksa.


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Brown Sugar operates as early as 7.30am to nourish us with their rendition of traditional breakfast.

Their Classic Toast Set (S$4.80) was available in 9 possible combinations, and what I tried was their Crispy Brown Sugar Toast Set A2 which came with Kaya butter toast, a cup of coffee or tea and two half-boiled eggs. I admit that I did not do justice to the toast, as it had lost its crisp after neglecting it for 20 minutes or so, which probably also suggested that it should be eaten hot on the spot for the best experience. Coffee, on the other hand, tasted sweet and did not capture the aromatic essence of traditional local cuppa.

That said, if the price were halved using Burpple Beyond, this portion of breakfast could possibly position Brown Sugar on the competitive edge along this belt of food haven.


Feat. Earl grey lavender and white rabbit soft serves! Thankful for burpple beyond deals or no way we will spend this much on these!

You’ve got to try their signature éclair.

The mix of rose, raspberries and lychees truly makes for a delicate and well-balanced flavour contained in wonderful choux pastry.