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Scrambled Eggs

$10.80 · 9 Reviews

We had the breakfast burger which was really good - oozy, creamy scrambled eggs, grilled buns, bacon - all essential breakfast ingredients that went together really well. I had the avo on toast which was tasty but ordinary. The toast and avocado slices tasted a little plain and could use some more flavour. Smashed avo could be a better alternative!

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Dropped in with our niece for a bite on Saturday afternoon. It was full when arrived, so we had to wait for a few minutes for a table.
As per our S.O.P. (standard operating procedure), we ordered an assortment of items to share. One of these was the housemade potato hash ($7). Smothered in finely-grated cheese, it was extremely addictive - think rostï but in rectangular blocks and very, very crunchy. Portion is large as well so there’s plenty to go around if you are a group of 3 or 4.
Both of the burgers we chose came between medium-soft house-baked brioche buns and a side of potato chips. I preferred the scrambled eggs and bacon over the double cheese burger personally, but if you like your beef patties with a bit of a bite, theirs will suit you fine.
Xavier the owner kindly gave us a slice of their soon-to-be-launched cheesecake to taste. We loved it! It’s very rich, creamy and smooth, so it’s ideally enjoyed with a cup of coffee. Fortunately, Brawn & Brains’ coffee is one of Singapore’s best in my opinion. Their “Pen & Pencil” blend in cappuccino form is my go-to but I think a long black would be an even better complement for this cheesecake.

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Brawn & Brains’ signature fluffy scrambled eggs, crispy bacon rashers and red cheddar sandwiched between handmade brioche buns is the power breakfast of champions, although I found myself wishing for the bread to be less dense and the eggs to be more well-seasoned.

Taste: 3.5/5


Currently dreaming of this scrambled egg, bacon and cheese burger from @brawn_and_brains. The bread was soft with a large scrambled eggs serving, going very well with the bacon and cheese! Served with chips which complemented the burger in flavour, this was a very satisfying meal and I can’t wait to have this again!

I expected this to be light but this was literally quite heavy! The scrambled egg portion was huge! This was good though, I love how the scramble eggs had a creamy flavour and went well with the cheese. The bacon was a bit too salty but still quite ok.

This originally comes with poached eggs but so glad they let me switch because the scrambled eggs were so creamy and yummy! Swipe to see the yummy scrambled eggs 😍 The potato hash was crispy indeed but a bit soggy at the bottom so I liked the top few layers of it and the chorizo sausage was flavourful too. Even the salad was good with roasted sesame seeds on top giving the salad a unique fragrance and flavour 😋


From the popular Guillemard Road spot of the same name come this minimalistic, white-walled space along East Coast Road. Come for a late afternoon coffee run, and stay for dinner after. Options include an all-day breakfast, like the simple yet satisfying Scrambled Eggs ($10.80). You could also pick from the dinner menu exclusive to this outlet, with offerings such as the punchy Wafuu Aglio Olio with Tobiko, Pepperocini and Onsen Egg ($16.80).
Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua

Prices are steep for what you can essentially cook at home to the same standard, but it's worth the (very) occasional treat of a mound of fluffy, creamy scrambled eggs dusted with finely grated Parmesan. The side salad of baby spinach with a subtle dressing is surprisingly good too. No regrets adding on the sides of meaty pork bacon rashers($4.8) and the most beautifully fanned out slices of avocado($4.5) I've seen this side of Guillemard either. They also happen to make the best coffee(imo) in the neighbourhood.

Taste: 3.5/5


So beautiful it hurts but that’s not the best thing about the spread here. You can trust owners @eamesboy and @gpsywhite to make taste the priority. And that is how the Scrambled Eggs on Toast ($10.80+), and they use multi-grain bread, has the eggs cooked with butter and milk till a creamy, almost-runny softness. To finish, very finely-grated Parmesan and a dusting of paprika. The same paprika is trailed over my add-on order of avocado ($4.50+) which was sliced with such mind boggling precision I wouldn’t be surprised if a computer and laser were involved. Bacon and portobello were the other extras I asked for before sensibility caught up with me ($4.80+ and $4+ respectively). There were four slices of the smoky, crisped porky goodness and one hefty, juicy representative for the mushroom. Yes, I may have been a bit greedy.
A word of caution: Don’t get so distracted by capturing the aesthetics you let your food grow cold.