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  • Curated apparel & homeware
  • Raffles Hotel’s old school charm with a touch of minimalism
  • Galettes, crepes, sandwiches, bakes
  • Burnt Caramel Crepe, Salami & Potatoes Galette

328 North Bridge Road
#01-12 Raffles Hotel Arcade
Singapore 188719

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08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Ronin’s Frenchie - $19
Gather is popular for its galette but this time I picked something from the Breakfast Menu. Ronin’s Frenchie is Gather’s version of french toasts. Thick brioche slices with stewed apples slices in the middle. Topped with bacons and hazelnut butter. Bacon could be crisper but the flavours and big portion are worth the purchase already

Rolled in freshly-made soft crepes, I was smitten by how warm, sweet & comforting the fig jam was🥰 I did find the camembert quite meager but nevermind that, I’d totally re-order for the jam!! Couldn’t get enough of it.

The ricotta tart on the other hand was unfortunately dry & crumbly. Come for the crepe!

Salami & Potatoes Galette ($19)
Abit dry and nothing special in my opinion.

Went with the signature that was a galette stuffed with ham, gruyere, cheddar and an egg in the center. There's a saying "You eat with your eyes". It may looked a bit burnt and thin, but it was far from it. The outer layer was crisp while its inside maintained moist; and it was bigger and more hearty than the usual crepes. Not to mention that it was made with buckwheat flour and dusted with paprika powder for an added strong flavour. To complete my brunch, I had a latte to pair with it which was fragrant and full-bodied.

Was also happy to see Ronin’s French toast on the menu! Can’t quite put my finger on what’s different BUT I think this is still one of the best French toast. Still fluffy, eggy, with the delightful pairing with hazelnut butter, bacon and sweet braised apple.


A classic pairing of ham and cheese, this Off The Bone galette was pretty darn good! Crisp on the sides and we loved the combination of the gruyere/ cheddar, slightly salty ham & oozy yolk, dusted with paprika. While enjoyable, it’s not filling at all so yep a tad on the pricey side. Pair it with a good cuppa and you’ve got yourself a good tea break!