This is exactly what $60 affords you at The Botanist. This quaint set-up delivers what I would describe as one of the more exceptional brunches in Singapore. The fried brioche in the French Toast dish is on fleek, being superbly crisp. The ice cream and berries just makes the whole dish ideal for the gram. As if that isn't enough to win you over, the slow coked beef cheek with truffle mash was perfectly cooked with the beef being adequately tender for the lazy morning chewed. On top of that, the folks at The Botanist definitely meant it when they said truffle mash. My friends and I cleaned up every dollop of that truffle goodness and no, I'm not exaggerating. Having saved the best for last, the corn-fritters are definitely my favorite. In fact, it's been the only constant that I've had in all my past 5 visits here. It's almost on par with the corn fritters I've had in Melbourne and mind you, that says a lot. All in all, my friends and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this relatively new establishment. Ps- these 3 dishes are enough to fill up 4 average eaters.