2 Tai Thong Crescent
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Singapore 347836

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10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm


10:00am - 09:00pm

10:00am - 09:00pm

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Porky egg waffle @ $16

Extensive menu, includes all day brunch, pastas, burgers, mains, salads, bites, etc., couldn't decide on what to get. In the end went with this and was not bad! Tasty meat and the waffle was done just nice. The egg could have been better seasoned though.

Will be back to try other items on the menu. And loved that the prices are nett.

Wifi and water available also.

An Asian twist of the classic Eggs Benedict, it comes with poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, fried spicy cauliflower, guacamole, and feta cheese, served on a bed of naan bread. The eggs were done well with a runny yolk, guacamole was creamy, and cauliflower was nicely battered and fried well. However, the cauliflower could have used a tad more seasoning. Although individually all the elements were decent, I personally did not think they work well together as a dish. The runny yolk was soaked up by the naan bread and fried cauliflower, making them soggy and cold towards the end, which I did not finish eating.
Would not order this again but it had enough potential for me to want to try something else from the menu on a next visit. The nice cafe environment also contributes.

As for the mushroom soup; perfectly creamy texture with the right amount of mushroom chunks. Flavourful and truffle oil is just right, not overpowering.

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Perfect for rainy afternoons, their Nutella Hot Chocolate ($6) was simply delish. My first time having the concoction, it seems to have taken the hot chocolate game to the next level for me due to the added fragrance of hazelnut. Smooth, steamy, and nutty, it was not thick or milky - did not feel like I downed a drinkable spread or chocolate milk so it is definitely a drink I see myself ordering again to warm up my belly.

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My new favourite way of eating cauliflower and broccoli, Fuel X’s Mentaiko Bro-Cauli Nuggets ($11) was just packed with flavour. Lightly breaded, the exterior of the golden-brown florets was crisp perfection - a great contrast to the tender insides. Sinful for sure and perhaps pushing things if you were to call it a healthier alternative to traditional nuggets, the creamy mentaiko sauce really leveled up the dish and gave the nuggets a savoury boost. Best eaten while hot, it was not overly greasy and the thin batter was well-seasoned too.

Keeping some of @fuelplussg’s bestsellers, their newest outlet at Tai Thong Crescent, @fuelxsg carries a pretty extensive menu - serving all-day brunch, coffee, mains, burgers, and dessert. 

For sweets, we got their Pump It Up Hotcake ($18) to share which reminded me a little of the fluffy fragrant pancakes at the good old golden arches. Despite looking thick and chunky, the banana hotcake was surprisingly moist and not too dense. Smothered with syrup (in a good way), the warm hotcake was also served with strawberries, nuts, and a scoop of ice cream. The berries offering a sweet-tartness while the bits of nuts added a nice crunch. As for the scoop of ice cream, we chose earl grey ice which really complemented the elements with a light uplifting scent of bergamot. Overall, it didn’t feel cloying but the flavour of the banana was certainly lacking.

A fusion of western and thai flavours. Definitely gives a kick to the tender chicken leg. I actually would prefer if the mash potatoes were sweet potato instead.

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