11/12 Stanley Street
Singapore 068731

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07:30am - 05:30pm

07:30am - 05:30pm

07:30am - 05:30pm

07:30am - 05:30pm

07:30am - 05:30pm

07:30am - 05:30pm

07:30am - 05:30pm

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From the Burpple community

A full breakfast meaning you should expecting a full portion. Coming with two free-range organic eggs that you could choose the cooking style, bacon, pork sausage, herbed roma tomato, vegetable rosti, portobello mushroom, house-made chorizo baked beans and your choice of bread; which I gotten the gluten-free toast.

I was really full after the meal but do enjoyed them.

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A masala chai with mixture of aromatic herbs and spices, a perfect cup for the day especially to those who don’t want coffee.

Berries compote, creme fraiche, maple syrup & vanilla ice cream.

French toast itself was slightly dry in some parts and too salty in others as the butter was unevenly spread. I prefer my french toast to be more eggy. Berries compote and vanilla ice cream went well with the french toast. Didn’t care much for the creme fraiche - it was slightly heavy and didn’t add much (except calories) taste wise.

Expensive french toast that was just okay.

Have always been intrigued by the pastries and bakes selection at Common Man Stan, but have not got quite the opportunity to head down there to give them a try until fairly recently and chanced upon these.

Coming in a portion of two pieces, these House-made Sausage Rolls work extremely well as a light breakfast treat or a mid-day light bite — being just bite-sized morsels or puff pastry with a chicken sausage within; flaky, crusty and buttery pastry that encases a savoury, peppery meatball-esque filling within, while the sesame seeds over the top helps to add a slight roast-y note that finishes it perfectly. Best paired with a hot Long Black at the side; works well for those who prefer having a savoury light bite with their cuppa rather than the usual sweets that other cafes usually seem to serve up.

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We ordered the Organic Eggs Benedict ($26), Turkish Common Man Breakfast ($27) and Cubanos Sandwich ($26). The order arrived fairly quickly and the food was really good! The Turkish breakfast was so beautifully plated and rich in flavor. The beef in the eggs benedict was also tender and melt-in-the-mouth. Highly recommended and good value for money (especially with the relatively higher price tag compared to other cafes)! :)

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I enjoyed the balance of flavours of the coffee and chocolate in this. The coffee was fragrant as well.