Breakfast in the CBD

Whether you’re at the mercy of heavy traffic or a wonky alarm clock, rushed mornings don’t have to equate to bad breakfasts. Here are five spots for the most important meal of the day, delivered to you in the CBD.

Baja Fresh Mexican Grill


For a big on flavour breakfast, look to Baja Fresh. The fast casual joint turns out consistently tasty Tex-Mex eats, including a hearty Bacon Breakfast Burrito ($10.95) in the morning. Expect a fat, rolled-up flour tortilla chock-full of bacon bits, scrambled eggs, cheese and Baja papas (Mexican-style fries and sausage).

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Jewel Coffee


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This one’s no stranger to CBD folks. If a croissant and coffee combo is what it takes to get you out of bed and into the grind, Jewel’s got you covered. Burppler Sheryl Lyx describes the Pain Au Chocolat ($3) as “flaky, buttery and best paired with a cup of Flat White ($6)!”

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Killiney Exchange

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What better than a cup of robust, local kopi for a morning pick-me-up? For a quintessentially Singaporean toast and eggs breakfast, enjoy Killiney’s Toast Set (from $5.10) with a piping-fresh cup of coffee delivered to you.

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Seed & Soil


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Prefer a healthier bite to eat? Consider Seed & Soil’s nutritious and very Instagrammable smoothie bowls topped with fruits, seeds and oats to go. Standouts include the creamy Acai Bowl (from $12.50) packed with antioxidants and the Raw Cacao Warrior (from $10.50), a cocoa powder and banana smoothie bowl clocking in under 200 calories for a light, feel-good breakfast.

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Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak (Adam Road Food Centre)


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There’s nothing like an invigorating plate of rich, aromatic nasi lemak and a spicy dollop of sambal to kickstart your morning. This nasi lemak stalwart delivers with stellar standards, especially if you order the Royal Flush ($4), which comes with a chicken wing, otah, fried egg, bergedil (fried potato patty), ikan bilis, basmati rice and their punchy sambal chili.

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