One of the items from the slightly revamped menu of Pacamara on the day menu, which features other interesting items such as Truffle Gnocchi (I will come back for that one day) and Matcha Pancakes; a twist to their Sticky Date Pancakes from the previous menu. The Creme Brûlée French Toast comes with Creme Brûlée Brioche Toast, Berry Compote, Fresh Berries, Hazelnuts, Marshmallows and Creme Brûlée ice-cream. Don't get me mistaken; I have always loved Pacamara for being able to deliver quality brunch fare and good coffee ever since their days as OZ Specialty Coffee, but the fusion items such as the Sticky Date Pancakes and this Creme Brûlée French Toast often feels too loosely linked — still delicious ignoring the fusion but often lacking on one element. The Creme Brûlée part seems rather non-existent here; the supposedly Creme Brûlée Brioche Toast carried a brilliant light fluffiness whilst toasted with crisps edges and carried a nice subtly sweet flavour for the bread but otherwise devoid of any relation with Creme Brûlée. Fresh berries and berry compote was a little bit on the sour side as it becomes a little stinging on the tastebuds after a while (it could have been the quality of the berries they have gotten though). Thankfully, everything got balanced with a good amount of sweetness from the torched marshmallows — soft, gooey and melts pillows of sweetness and the Creme Brûlée ice-cream which carried a subtle hint of torched sugar, though pretty much feels more vanilla-like. Texturally and taste-wise it's brilliant (apart from the berries) if one discounts the fact that it's supposed to come with a Creme Brûlée element, but I feel Pacamara does have to work on the flavours that they tried to recreate on a brunch dish for it more often than not lacks the element that they try intend to fuse it with.